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POWER CRISIS to stall Mindanao economic growth by DURIAN POST on Apr 15, 2013A former director general of the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) said that the power problem in southern Philippines is expected to drag down the economy, which is projected to grow by 6 percent to 7 percent this year. “What is h...



CTO announces Graduated Fix Tax deadline by Official Website of the City Government of Tacloban on Apr 14, 2013TACLOBAN CITY – A reminder for businessmen in the City to settle payment of their Graduated Fix Tax or Business Tax for the second quarter was issued anew by the City Treasurer’s Office (CTO). According to the Treasurer’s Office, since the dead...



Ungab: Upgrade to lower interests, trigger invest influx by DURIAN POST on Apr 13, 2013THE investment grade status granted by Fitch Ratings to the Philippines is a landmark achievement of the current Aquino administrationin its continuing effort to improve the economy of the country and win the fight against poverty. This was the asses...



Banana Fiber from Sto. Tomas: Export hit to Japan. by Hello from Davao. on Apr 13, 2013The aftermath of Typhoon Pablo last December 2012, has greatly affected the area to a point of zero production. Yet, latest development in the banana industry have brought another high yielding income source for banana growers in Sto. Tomas, Davao de...



Strange Combination: Ekonomiya at Palda by on Apr 8, 2013Totoo kaya na mas maganda raw ang ekonomiya ay mas maikli ang suot na mga palda ng babae, at pag pangit ang ekonomiya ay mas mahaba naman ang suot nilang Continue reading →...



For Catanduanes, Is it Quo Vadis, Abaca? by CBANGA360 on Apr 8, 2013We are late posting in here the good news about abaca in the Bicol region where once again last year, the indigenous plant top-ranked production in the country. But it seems, whatever encouraging news the accompanying piece brought forward may just b...



OFWs and BPOs: The World’s Beer Industry by Definitely Filipino on Apr 7, 2013We are a weird country. From an economic standpoint, we have what is perhaps the strangest GDP concentration in the world, backed by a unique, yet strong, growth premise quite unseen anywhere else. Fitch recently upgraded our credit status to Investm...



Uptrend in Inflation Continues in Bicol Region by CBANGA360 on Apr 5, 2013Annual inflation rate in the Bicol Region continued its uptrend in February gaining 0.3 percentage point over the January 2013 level. The year-on-year change came in at 3.4 percent, posting a five-month high in February primarily due to the double-di...



MALACANANG: Big oil players not spared on smuggling probe by DURIAN POST on Apr 4, 2013Malacanang Wednesday said that whether big or small oil players, they will not be spared in the investigation being conducted to curb smuggling in the country. “The BOC (Bureau of Customs), the DOF (Dept. of Finance), they are ‘color blin...



Short Term Financial Options Gain Popularity Over the Long Term Ones by Kabuddy Blog on Apr 3, 2013The need for cash can emerge at any point of time in a business, without any kind of prior notice. This is why an unperturbed cash flow is really important for the consistent development of a business. However, often it so happens that the businesses...