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Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says Hanjin workers will be receiving separation pay, and will be profiled to see if they can get jobs in government projects
(UPDATED) Debt watcher Moody's says the loan exposure of 5 Philippine banks is a credit negative and will drive credit costs higher
Jessica Ditto, the White House Deputy Director of Communications, says reports that Ivanka Trump 'is under consideration are false'
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas says the total exposure caused by the bankruptcy of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines is only 0.24% of all loans in the country's banking system
(UPDATED) Former RCBC branch manager Maia Deguito is sentenced to 4 to 7 years in prison for each of the 8 counts of money laundering in connection with the 2016 Bangladesh Bank heist
Growth of the world economy is expected to slow to 2.9% this year, and 2.8% in 2020, slightly below the previous forecast
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva will serve as interim president upon Kim's February 1 departure
The anti-graft court says the right of the prosecution to make amendments is still valid since the defendants have not yet been arraigned
Here are the operating hours of Philippine banks this holiday season
She can't believe Tyra Banks' reaction to her viral pageant walk either
The so-called TIPS system will allow consumers and businesses across the 19-nation euro area to send and receive money in mere seconds, without the usual lags associated with online and real-world transactions
German prosecutors raid several Deutsche Bank offices in the Frankfurt area over suspicions of money laundering based on revelations from the 2016 'Panama Papers' data leak
Under President Duterte's watch, we've gone down the global Doing Business ranking by 25 notches all in all – by far the largest decline in ASEAN
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The Philippine government rejects the findings, as Philippine finance and trade officials urge the World Bank to correct the 'inaccurate and understated findings'
(UPDATED) The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor warns that Israel's planned 'evacuation by force' of the village could constitute a war crime
The inability to act today would mean irreparable damage to the lives of millions of Asians living in extremely climate-vulnerable regions
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China is the single largest bilateral financier of infrastructure in Africa, exceeding the combined total of the African Development Bank (ADB), the EU, International Finance Corporation, the WB and the G8 countries
According to the report, the number of poor worldwide is still 'unacceptably high,' while the fruits of economic growth are 'shared unevenly across regions and countries'
The upcoming Jewish neighborhood is the first to be constructed in 20 years
The world economy is still growing but faces an 'unprecedented' combination of threats, the International Monetary Fund warns during an annual meeting with the World Bank
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva says the funds could be used for reconstruction and the country's disaster resilience efforts
Joko Widodo's offbeat reference to the wildly popular show draw applause from the audience attending the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Bali
If becoming an upper-middle income country was hard enough – it took us more than 3 decades to do that – becoming a high-income country (like Singapore or South Korea today) will be harder still
World Bank education specialist Javier Luque says teachers' salaries should be similar to other professions that require the same level of training and dedication
World Bank Senior Economist Rong Quan says high inflation is hitting the poor harder as food and transport account for two-thirds of their expenses
The World Bank says the Philippines' growth trajectory is positive but lower than expected
The BSP survey, which covered 114 major banks, also reveals the eagerness of top executives in adopting financial technology as part of their business strategy
A report by the cybersecurity firm FireEye says the newly identified group dubbed APT38 is the source of cyberattacks on global banks that has netted 'hundreds of millions' of dollars
There should also be an exit exams, says World Bank senior education specialist Javier Luque in a forum organized by the Philippine Business for Education
The banks, once merged would have an asset base of P932.7 billion
The Philippines is aiming to roar along with Asian tigers by 2040. To do this, the country needs to triple the gross domestic product per capita in two decades.
The Asian Development Bank says it revised its outlook due to the weak agriculture sector, high inflation, and continued global monetary tightening
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The fate of Khan al-Ahmar has drawn international concern, with European countries calling on Israel not to move ahead with plans to demolish it
(4th UPDATE) Police identifies the gunman as 29-year-old Omar Perez. He is not immediately determined to have any connection to the bank.
'The rights of the Palestinian people are not for sale,' says a member of PLO's executive committee
The garage with a fleet of women mechanics also has a nail salon for its predominantly female customers
The Sandiganbayan's 2nd Division backtracks on its December 2017 ruling that further hearings should be held before it enforces the Supreme Court's decision
The company asked US banks to share information about customers such as account balances and where purchases were made in order to develop new features on Messenger, the Wall Street Journal reports
The latest bankers and executives jailed are accused of causing losses of more than $257 million in an elaborate lending scheme involving Vietnam's Construction Bank (VNCB)
Tiaong Rural Bank, Inc. is the 6th problmatic bank to be shut down this year
Police arrive at the conclusion after reviewing CCTV footage
This is the second robbery in the city this year
World Bank education specialist Takiko Igarashi says the Alternative Learning System currently has low participation and passing rates
In its 2017 audit report, the Commission on Audit documents at least 268 Landbank automated teller machines 'continuously out of cash'
Housed in Taguig, the Good Food Grocer feeds families in informal settlements and children in day care centers