World Business Inquiries

Questioning business opportunities in a world that is currently in sharp decline due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. The answer from entrepreneurs and business people is very simple. They answered, all will be beautiful in its time

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BREAKING: NGCP to donate P1-billion for COVID-19 response

BREAKING: NGCP to donate P1-billion for COVID-19 response

MANILA, Philippines — The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines plans to donate P1 billion in goods and cash to support health workers who are in the frontline in the fight to contain the coronavirus disease. The amount will be coursed through the Office of the...

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DBM to directly remit gov’t share of workers’ GSIS fees starting April

Beginning April and amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the government’s 12-percent share in its personnel’s monthly Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) contributions will be directly remitted by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to the state-run pension...

BREAKING: NGCP to donate P1-billion for COVID-19 response

MANILA, Philippines — The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines plans to donate P1 billion in goods and cash to support health workers who are in the frontline in the fight to contain the coronavirus disease. The amount will be coursed through the Office of the...

San Miguel readies P500M for purchase of PPEs for frontliners wherever supply’s available

The country’s largest conglomerate on Monday (March 30) said it will tap its global network of suppliers to procure personal protective equipment that it will donate to frontliners in the ongoing fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In a statement, San...

LGUs in need of loans for COVID-19 measures assured of online process convenience

The Department of Finance (DOF) has made it easier for local governments, tied up with COVID-19 quarantine enforcement, to borrow money. The DOF’s Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF) last March 23 issued Memorandum Circular No. 7-2020, which allowed the agency...

Treasury rejects T-bill bids as rates go ‘over the roof’

Bid rates for T-bills went “over the roof”, prompting rejection by the Bureau of Treasury on Monday (March 30). The rate surge came as Luzon entered the third week of a one-month enhanced community quarantine meant to stop COVID-19 transmission by keeping people at...