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Philippines starts work on new $3-billion government center

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The Philippines has kicked off construction work for a new government district in New Clark City, a planned community under development in Capas, Tarlac...
Reopening of US naval base in Philippines could fuel South China Sea row

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The Philippine government on July 16 announced that it will revive a US-built deep-water naval base in Subic Bay, marking the return of military...
“A young, diverse and dynamic city”: Quezon City’s mayor speaks out

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Investvine’s Imran Saddique sat down with Herbert Bautista, a popular actor-turned-politician who on July 1, 2010 became mayor of Quezon City in a landslide...
Half of Manila under water, airport shut down

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A second day of heavy rain in Manila and the island of Luzon caused the floods in the Philippine capital to worsen. Half of...
God in the Philippines

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Of all the amazing things to see and experience on a trip to the Philippines, one of the best kept secrets is the abundance...
Philippines seeks natural gas investors

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The Philippines is on the outlook for substantial investments into the country's natural gas sector, with the Department of Energy pursuing talks with natural...
Philippines eyes $2b from health tourism

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The Philippines wants to position itself as an inexpensive medical tourism destination and has set the income target from this sector to $2 billion...
Filipino tribe invites tourism investors

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The indigenous Filipino people of the Aytas, who live in scattered, isolated communities in mountainous parts of the island of Luzon, want to open...
Filipinos feel food insecure

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The percentage of Filipinos who consider themselves food insecure increased nationwide, a survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS), a public opinion polling...
Luzon on the Java trail

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The Philippines and Indonesia at times seem to be tethered to the same wagon. Both countries sit just above or below investment-worthy credit ratings and are forecast to maintain a GDP growth rate of at least 5 per cent annually during the following decade.
Philippine Floods

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Strong monsoon rains that inundated over half of Manila on August 8 had no significant impact on the Philippine’s export industry, a statement released...