By Fernando Fajardo
Many people would rank Cebu, particularly Metro Cebu, as the second most prosperous and dynamic growth center in the country after Metro Manila. This may not be true anymore if we look at the many fast-growing centers in Calabarzon and Central Luzon today.
A South Korean business group expressed interest in investing in theinvestment, Rep. Benhur Salimbangon of Cebu’s 4th district said yesterday. He said the group inspected the proposed route and toured the province to determine whether they would conduct a full-blown feasibility study. Salimbangon, who accompanied the group as they paid a courtesy call on Cebu [...]
By Maila Ager
Instead of amending the Constitution, Congress may simply pass economic laws that can provide “better investment climate” that Charter change seeks to achieve, Senator Franklin Drilon said on Thursday.
By Nestor P. Burgos Jr.
The head of a financial investment firm accused of defrauding hundreds of investors in Iloilo with billions of pesos has promised to pay all his obligations but denied he ran a scam.
CEBU’S robust economy and improvement of the country’s investment grade status has made more local entrepreneurs to try and position themselves as early as now for the expected boom two to three years from now.
A REAL estate company is set to start building the first tower of its first condominium project in Cebu City in the second quarter this year.
By Cris Evert B. Lato
The rising cost of space and labor in China and Vietnam is reopening doors for the Philippines’ manufacturing sector as companies are looking at the possibility of moving to Cebu, where the economic landscape is friendlier to foreign direct investments (FDIs).
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
To sustain economic growth and make sure it benefits the poor, the government will focus on infrastructure, creating jobs and human capital development this year, said Cabinet secretary for economic planning.
Gov. Amado Espino Jr. said he will not allow “obstructionists” to prevent him from pursuing projects that will bring in more investments and generate more jobs for Pangasinan people.
A FILIPINO-owned firm specializing in beauty products and services will invest at least P9 million for three new outlets in the middle of the year.
By Stephen Norries A. Padilla
“Why are prices of merchandise up during the holiday season?” Teacher Milynda Castro asked her Grade 4 pupils.
WITH the continued rise in demand for power around the country including Cebu, Aboitiz group will pour in at least P170 billion in investments within the next four year for added generation capacity.
By Nancy C. Carvajal
Another investment scam has been uncovered.