Latest version of Adidas Ultraboost available in February

THE ADIDAS Ultraboost 21 is set for a Philippine launch on Feb. 4 and will retail for P9,500. THE LATEST version of the adidas Ultraboost shoe line will be available in the…

Alsons allots P6.54 billion for four projects

By Angelica Y. Yang ALCANTARA-LED Alsons Consolidated Resources, Inc. (ACR) has earmarked around P6.54 billion as capital expenditures (capex) for four projects under development, including three hydro plants, the listed firm said…

NBA licensed merchandise in Decathlon stores soon

NATIONAL Basketball Association (NBA) licensed merchandise will soon be available in Decathlon stores in the country after the French sporting goods retailer was recently named an official licensee of the United States-based…

Converge expects 55% household coverage by 2025

By Arjay L. Balinbin, Senior Reporter LISTED fiber internet provider Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. is aiming to cover more than half of the country’s households by 2025, its top official said. “We…

Paris Men’s Fashion Week: Fashion interpreting our new lives

1 of 5 PARIS Men’s Fashion Week has just ended, and Paris Couture Week is about to start. In a changed and changing world, the world’s fashion capitals have had to adjust…

Carmakers call for gov’t support on local assembly

By Jenina P. Ibanez, Reporter A CAR industry group is urging the government to support local assembly after another manufacturer stopped its Philippine production. Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc.…

‘Worst is over’ but FDI flows seen to remain low

A test tube labeled with the coronavirus is seen in front of US dollar, yuan and pound banknotes, in this illustration taken on March 1, 2020. — REUTERS/DADO RUVIC By Luz Wendy…

NEDA board approves updated economic blueprint for next 2 years

The government will release the updated Philippine Development Plan on Feb. 4. — PHILIPPINE STAR/MICHAEL VARCAS THE NATIONAL Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board, chaired by President Rodrigo R. Duterte, has approved…

Q4 and full-year 2020 GDP forecast

THE Philippines’ gross domestic product (GDP) likely contracted slower in the fourth quarter due to a pickup in economic activity as lockdown restrictions were further eased and higher consumer spending during the…

GDP likely contracted by 8.5% in Q4

Consumer spending likely increased in the fourth quarter, as Filipinos spent more during the holiday season. — PHILIPPINE STAR/MICHAEL VARCAS By Beatrice M. Laforga, Reporter THE Philippines’ gross domestic product (GDP) likely…

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