Despite global risks, iinflation remains manageable, and will fall within the target range by yearend, says outgoing BSP chief Amando Tetangco Jr
The Office of the Vice President signs a memorandum of agreement with Maynilad and local water providers to ensure water supply for housing sites in Norzagaray, Pandi, and Bocaue
'I have proposed that it should be done by private [sector]. It should be done in the next 10 months or so,' the transportation secretary says
Once a new Civil Aeronautics Board resolution becomes effective, domestic flights need to be deplaned by the 3rd hour and international flights by the 4th hour
While the measure would raise fuel prices, it could have the same effect on traffic as the sin tax has had on health says the Action for Economic Reforms Group
Out of 1,944 NCR accountants who filed income tax returns in 2014, 214 declared zero income tax, says the DOF and BIR
Administration candidate Mar Roxas, an investment banker before entering politics, outlines his economic plans to sustain the Philippines' economic growth before the country's top business leaders and executives
'It's not a question of whether we should lift the Bank Secrecy Law. It's a matter of when we're going to do it,' says the presidential candidate
If elected, Grace Poe says Constitutional amendment will be part of her agenda during her first month in office
(UPDATED) In a dialogue with the Makati Business Club, she names at least 3 agencies where she will not keep President Aquino's appointees
The Tax Management Association of the Philippines urges employees to wear black to work and post photos on the online protest on October 30, to force Malacañang to take a second look at the proposed lower income tax rates
A short term traffic solution is to appoint a 'traffic czar' devoted to fixing road congestion, the Management Association of the Philippines says
Part 2: Complying with the BIR is becoming more and more difficult and costly. Do they not consider the time spent and costs incurred by taxpayers just to comply with tons of regulations they issue almost every month?
Part 1: How are we supposed to comply when nobody seems to understand the scope and implications of the new regulations BIR is imposing?
The Management Association of the Philippines says President Benigno Aquino III should be allowed to finish his term to deliver on his economic promises
But the business group calls for a ‘limited’ implementation of Section 71 of EPIRA to avoid any abuse
The finance secretary says the agency prefers to revisit the whole tax structure than go for a ‘disruptive’ piece-meal approach
President Aquino’s 5th State of the Nation Address earns raves, rants from business groups and a former Cabinet official
As President Aquino delivers his 5th SONA on July 28, businessmen say their top 3 wishes are improved competitiveness, increased foreign direct investments, and more jobs
Business groups reaffirm their support for the immediate implementation of the RH law as the SC prepares to rule on it
Less than two years before the regional integration, most Philippine colleges and universities are still wary of internationalization
Big businesses have a stake in the pork barrel scandal, but where do they stand?
The Southeast Asia economic bloc wants to preserve the competitiveness of the exports sector of each of member economies
There is a very real stigma against persons with mental problems, especially here in the Philippines
Banks must encourage overseas Filipinos to save, not just send money home
The 7 sunrise sectors in the next two years include BPO, construction and real estate
A businessman shares his encounters with the late Secretary of Interior and Local Government Jesse Robredo
Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago is likely to stay in the Philippines until next year; departure for The Hague still unknown.
I am not saying ALL mining is bad. Yes, it has a role to play in our society. But the current mining situation in the Philippines cannot continue as it is