A Philippines Peso note is seen in this picture illustration June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration The Philippines remains under a "gray" list of countries under increased monitoring for money laundering and terrorism financing risks, despite some progress in implementing measures against
A Brewdog promotion which said customers could win “solid gold” beer cans was misleading, the advertising watchdog has found. The Scottish brewer offered shoppers the chance to find a gold can hidden in cases sold from its online store. But some winners
The Bank of England’s new chief economist has warned that UK inflation is likely to hit or surpass 5% by early next year. Huw Pill told the Financial Times that the Bank would have a “live” decision to make at its
PHILIPPINE STAR/ MICHAEL VARCAS By Luz Wendy T. Noble, Reporter The Philippines expects to narrow its budget deficit, with the government having raised tax collections as of end-September amid a coronavirus pandemic, according to its Finance chief. "We are confident that
The Philippine economy is expected to grow by 4.3% this year -- slower than originally expected -- due to recurring coronavirus infection surges in the region, according to the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO). AMRO's latest estimate published on Friday
The Commission on Higher Education is considering reopening physical classes in low-risk areas by January, according to its chairman. Face-to-face classes would depend on the vaccination rate, Chairman Prospero E. de Vera III told a televised news briefing on Friday.