Business, Nation

Petron rolls back prices of gas products on Friday

2 Jan , 2015  

MANILA, Jan. 2 — Updated. On Friday, Jan 2, the Petron Corporation is seen to cut prices of its liquefied petroleum gas by P5.50 per kilogram and its AutoLPG brand by P3.07 per liter effective about 12:01 a.m. The price rollback reflects the drop in international contract prices of LPG for this month. Saudi Arabia’s […]


Business, News

What will happen if Casureco II can not pay P120-M security deposit?

1 Dec , 2014  

What will happen if Casureco II can not pay P120 million security deposit? This is not a time to speculate. Member- consumers of the electric cooperative very well know the dark consequence. There is the strong and certain possibility that three of the five power wholesale suppliers of the Camarines Sur II electric cooperative will […]

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Bicol News Now, Business, News

CamSur electric cooperative on the verge of power disconnection

14 Jan , 2014  

The proverbial “sword of Damocles” hangs over the lifeline of another electric cooperative in Bicol. This time, it is the Camarines Sur II electric cooperative (CAURECO II). Casureco II recently received the notice of disconnection from the Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC) that could be effected on Wednesday, January 15. The coop needs to pay […]


Business, News, Travel

10-Day Bishop Francisco Gainza Trade Fair Opens September 12

1 Sep , 2013  

The 10-day Bishop Francisco Gainza Trade Fair opens September 12, 2013 in Naga city. It will definitely place on spotlight marine wealth of Bicol. It will be housed a few meters from the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral. This time, the focus of the multi-sectoral event is the wealth of Bicol peninsula’s marine and aquatic resources. The […]

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Business, Global Pinoy, News

DTI-PSB Releases List of Erring Forwarders and Consolidators

17 Oct , 2012  

The Philippine Shippers’ Bureau (PSB) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on Friday (October 12, 2012), released a complete list of blacklisted Philippine agents and freight forwarders doing business in the country and elsewhere. The agency was effectively warning Overseas Foreign Workers and their consignees in the country not to do business with […]


Business, Environment

A Sweeping Look at Mining in the Philippines

9 Apr , 2011  

The prevailing Philippine mining laws grant the Department of Environment and Natural Resources the sole authority to approve large-scale mining. Neither the provincial or local governments enjoy the same authority. At last, the powers that be in the government showed the true color of their skins.


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