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Manila Runs Dry As Water Utility Scrambles To Maintain Supply

Customers of Manila Water Company, Inc, a water utility which is part of Philippine business conglomerate Ayala Corp., are faced with more supply shortages...
Singapore, Makati, Bangkok: Highest cost of living in Southeast Asia

The 2018 Cost of Living Index compiled by crowd-sourced global database Numbeo ranked Singapore, Makati and Bangkok as the three cities with the highest...
Philippines halts war on drugs to “clean up” corrupt police

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a suspension of his controversial anti-drugs campaign and promised to clean up the police force in the wake of...
“Philippine construction industry needs to catch up”: Robinsons Land Corp.

Investvine talked to Frederick D. Go, President and COO of Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), one of the Philippines’ largest real estate developers and operator...
President Aquino: For cities to get smart, climate change strategy needed

In a series of interviews with public and private sector officials on the challenges and opportunities for the Philippines in moving towards a smarter...
Quezon City aims to open super-tall tower by 2019

The Philippines, in a bid to join the race of nations building the world’s tallest man-made structures, is planning to open the world’s second-tallest...
“A young, diverse and dynamic city”: Quezon City’s mayor speaks out

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...
‘Need enabling environment where SMEs can thrive and grow’

Investvine's Imran Saddique caught up with Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” A. Aquino IV, a former youth leader and world-renowned social entrepreneur and youngest senator...
Office rents: More non-BPO businesses favour the Philippines

While business process outsourcing (BPO) will continue to drive the office space sector, non-BPO operations like front office, regional headquarters, and brick and mortar...
Indian IT firm plans new BPO centers in the Philippines

Tech Mahindra, an information technology-business process outsourcing company based in India is expanding its footprint in the Philippines on the back of bright prospects...
Half of Manila under water, airport shut down

A second day of heavy rain in Manila and the island of Luzon caused the floods in the Philippine capital to worsen. Half of...
Reaching out for excellence

Dr. Reynaldo Vea, President of Mapúa Institute of Technology
Journalist killed in the Philippines

On August 1, a journalist was shot and killed in General Santos City in the Philippines. According to the police, an unidentified gunman entered...
Japan yakuza: How about your mafia magazines, ASEAN?

Every business needs to have a handle on communication with their employees, even organized crime syndicates, it now appears. Japanese media has reported that...
ASEAN: As safe as we think?

Recent news of the mysterious death of British writer and movie producer Joseph Lang has sent chills through expat communities in the region. The...
Philippines’ Ayala takes first step into healthcare

Ayala Land, the Philippine real estate giant under the Ayala group of companies, has announced that it will make its first venture into healthcare...
Philippines gets first semiconductor lab

In an effort to cut costs for the Philippines’ emerging semiconductor and electronics industries, the government has launched the country’s first laboratory to conduct...
The unspoken daemons of the Philippine elections

President Aquino has engendered a lot of sympathy in the Philippines. However, poverty levels are stagnating and job creation remains a debilitating problem due to a lack of labour-intensive industries.