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INQToday: Marcos explores options to make PH investor-friendly; Cha-cha considered

/ 07:17 PM December 15, 2023

Marcos in Tokyo to attend 50th anniversary of Asean-Japan summit

President Bongbong Marcos is in Tokyo for the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-Japan relations.

Marcos explores options to make PH investor-friendly; Cha-cha considered

President Bongbong Marcos says the government is studying ways to make the country friendlier to investors, which may include amending the 1987 Constitution.


During an ambush interview at Muntinlupa city, Marcos was asked about the push in the House of Representatives to amend the Constitution.


China is ‘converting South China Sea into a lake of China,’ says Teodoro

Defense Secretary Gibo Teodoro says China is attempting to convert the entire South China Sea into its own lake.

To back his statement, Teodoro noted China’s use of massive coast guard vessels while navigating Philippine waters is a testament to its attempt to enforce domestic presence in the whole South China Sea.

Teodoro on MSU blast: It is not failure of PNP, AFP intelligence

Defense Secretary Gibo Teodoro downplays the “failure of intelligence” allegations against the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police in connection with the Mindanao State University bombing.

Marcos eyeing to sign 2024 budget bill before Christmas

President Bongbong Marcos says he is ready to sign the 2024 national budget before Christmas.

The President said he is waiting for the bicameral committee to put its final touches on the report.

Cases of respiratory infection rising; health precautions pushed

Health Secretary Ted Herbosa says cases of acute respiratory infection, including COVID-19, increased during the Christmas season.

Herbosa, however, pointed out that COVID-19 is now just “one of the many illnesses” that cause acute respiratory infection, which could be contracted during social gatherings.

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TAGS: Bongbong Marcos, Cha-cha, charter change, COVID-19, Gibo Teodoro, Japan, Marawi, MSU bombing, Ted Herbosa, West Philippine Sea

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