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Duterte's new list of infrastructure projects features about 100, but he won't finish almost half of them during his term. Most construction activities are also expected to start by 2022, his last year in office.
From the economy to the country's standing in the world, here's how President Duterte and his administration fared in many areas in his first 3 years in office
The Philippines' 3rd major telecommunications player plans to start its commercial rollout by late 2020
Inflation felt by the poorest Filipino households hit 7.2% in 2018, and some regions still register double digits in December
Chavit Singson's Sear Telecom intends to spend a whopping P540 billion, and promises 100% national coverage and lightning speeds, should its bid be considered
Provisional 3rd telco winner Mislatel promises to blow away Smart and Globe with super fast internet and wide coverage – at a very hefty price
Filipinos are buying more expensive, smaller fish now compared to a decade ago, according to a survey by the Social Weather Stations
'This continuing inflation rate hike is racking up the prices of goods even higher, this might cause our micro-retail businesses to shut down', says Vicky Aguinaldo, President of the Philippine Association of Stores and Carinderia Owners
The Metro Manila Council and MMDA enforced new traffic policies regulating provincial buses and driver-only cars in EDSA. Are these working?
Which region had the highest inflation? Where did vegetable prices spike the most? Here's a look.
Only 12% of the 289,295 drugs cases at the lower courts are disposed of in 2017. A big problem is that courts just can't keep up.
Vegetable prices are soaring and a bottle of beer costs much more. Inflation rate in the ARMM is higher than the national average.