TRIP outlines over 4,000 infrastructure projects worth P3.6 trillion to be completed by 2020
The ASEAN region faces the challenge of improving safety for road users, with most road deaths involving the most common mode of transport: 2- or 3-wheeler vehicles
The classic real-time strategy favorite will now be playable in 4K resolution
For the US State Department, money laundering remains a serious concern in the Philippines due to its 'international narcotics trade,' corruption, and weak laws
A risk consultant says tax reform is urgently needed to generate revenue for increased spending while the country waits for major infrastructure projects
The Philippines' shrinking current account surplus is the main reason why the peso has fallen to more than P50 to the US dollar, according to a risk consultant
In response, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says his department 'will look into' creating a CARS-type incentives program for electronics
The new counterterrorism chief is using an inclusive government approach that aims to eliminate the root causes of terrorism.
Could Twitter be the next major acquisition target?
The Financial Inclusion Steering Committee's tall order is to provide more people, especially those in far-flung areas, access to financial services
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas cites better coordination among banks, government agencies, and the private sector for the surge in microfinance loans
With reports of cheating in the overseas polls, Bongbong Marcos' camp shifts their focus from campaigning to protecting his votes
Presidential bet Grace Poe's messaging now includes peace and order – the core of Rodrigo Duterte's campaign. She also limits engagements with the media.
'Long-term sustainability would require transforming the way we build our cities and integrating cycling, as well as walking, into our transport planning processes'
For the dark horse of the 2010 elections, it’s all about trust. If Binay wants to win again in May, he needs the people who know him best to help sell his name – and vision – to the masses.
Car and car parts manufacturers in the country can begin applying for the CARS program on January 15
Among the households that reported they run short of money for basic necessities, 94% borrow to cover costs, a new World Bank survey shows
Elton John urges Ukraine to seek ways to promote the rights of those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT)
Sanctions could be lifted only if the Minsk peace deal is fully implemented, and if Donetsk, Lugansk, and Crimea 'are back in Ukraine,' says Arseniy Yatsenyuk
(3RD UPDATE) Domingo's resignation is still under consideration, says Palace Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr
Delegates from APEC member economies are in Cebu City to discuss ways to reform policies and help each other achieve inclusive growth
Lacking the volume necessary to join the new automotive incentives program, Isuzu hopes the government will eventually relax its requirements
Toyota urged PEZA to encourage more investments in parts manufacturing to make participation in the new CARS program easier
Looking at the presidency, Jejomar Binay allows what seasoned campaign strategists call the 'komite de pakialam' to make major decisions for him
Analysts use geo-location data from around 4,000 entries a month to map attacks like assassinations and large-scale bomb attacks
Buhari, a former army general, has been Nigeria's president since May 29 and has made ending Boko Haram's six-year insurgency the top priority for his administration
President Benigno Aquino III shares his administration’s accomplishments in the areas of banking and manufacturing, and the Philippines' APEC hosting this year that will show how much more the country can offer
Some say the Comprehensive Automotive Resources Strategy program is not enough for the country to compete with other ASEAN countries
Philippine trade officials forecast that the new automotive industry plan will generate an estimated P300 billion in economic activity
The Philippines must push ASEAN to draft a binding Code of Conduct without Chinese participation
Design your life before adopting any kind of investing strategy
If the carnage of Manila in 1945 did not happen, we would have had a very different Philippines today. Our momentum ran out and the other nations in Asia eventually surpassed it.
I am surprised at the apparent knee-jerk reactions from the Binay camp. Wrong messages, reckless responses, and contradictory mouthpieces – a far cry from the savvy strategies they had smoothly implemented since 2009.
The data intelligence company says Xiaomi is now the 5th largest smartphone manufacturer
Health Secretary Enrique Ona says the vaccine should significantly contribute to the Philippines achieving its Global Strategy for Dengue Prevention and Control Goals by 2020
The Country Partnership Strategy will focus on the Philippines’ goal of inclusive growth
What may yet come back to haunt the Aquino administration is the lack of a thought-through China strategy. Its policy towards China appears to be haphazard.
'Rightly or wrongly, we need them for the balance of power. The reality is we cannot hack it alone.'
Hearthstone takes a well-known gaming franchise, turns it into an accessible and friendly card game that requires very little investment to get a lot of fun
A poll shows US Internet users are more worried about computer hacking and identity theft than online privacy and tracking by marketers
The World Bank is aiming to save $400 million over 3 years in an overhaul of the poverty-fighting institution, an AFP source says
The strategy of Team PNoy has been consistent since the very start: use President Aquino's popularity to make the senatorial slate win
A senatorial candidate of a rival party picked up the 'nanay' branding after Hontiveros rejected it
Survey data shows that global smartphone sales soared in 2012, taking a huge slice of a mobile market that was otherwise flat
Blizzard Entertainment opens up pre-orders for its new game with a new cinematic and a reveal of the game's release date
The financing strategy between the World Bank and Philippine government outlines the priorities between 2013 and 2016
President Aquino scores high marks for fighting corruption but is warned against a 'simplistic approach' to inclusive growth
A new strategy focused on Asia will bring more troops to the region over the next decade, says Defense Secretary Leon Panetta
Facebook strikes a US$550-M deal with Microsoft for hundreds of AOL patents
The intense focus of the impeachment court on the '45 properties' is good news for the defense, who wanted to raise questions on the complaint since day 1