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Cement firm launches initiatives to build a stronger Marawi city

Republic Cement launched “Mindanao”, a special line of cement to help ensure that supply is ready for the incoming construction requirements to rebuild Marawi. This was held during the “Kawiyagan-Biyaya ng Pagbabago” livelihood turnover activity, wherein the Aboitiz Foundation, together with Pilmico and Republic Cement, launched a number of sustainable ...

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25 NPA rebel returnees in Binuangan get Kabuhayan stores worth P200K

Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) awarded Kabuhayan Program to 25 former rebels in Binuangan town, Misamis Occidental with P246,564.30 worth of goods for its consumer store or “sari-sari” store business. The Kahugpungan sa Komonidad alang sa Panginabuhian (KKP) is a DOLE registered workers’ association, composed of rebel returnees who ...

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Oro council okays social acceptability of Brigada tower

City Council during its regular session Monday approved a resolution endorsing with social acceptability the establishment and operation of a 100- feet high Monopole Tower at Zone 10, Barangay Carmen by the Brigada Mass Media Corporation. The said resolution is, however, subject to the rules and regulations provided for under ...

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NGCP breaks ground on its M’nao-Visayas project

Testament to its commitment on October 19, to complete the Mindanao-Visayas Interconnection Project (MVIP) and realize a one Philippine grid in 2020, NGCP simultaneously breaks ground on the project’s cable terminal stations in the Municipality of Santander, Cebu, and Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte. The cable terminal stations serve as ...

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Duterte administration delivering on pledge to ‘shatter’ telco duopoly: Koko

Senate Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship Committee Chair Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Thursday said that the Duterte Administration was delivering on its commitment to “shatter” the country’s longstanding telecommunications duopoly, as he commended the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) for reaching ...

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Group calls on rice traders to comply SRP

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . Northern Mindanao officials of the Grain Retailers Confederation of the Philippines (Grecon) on Monday appealed to rice traders in the public market to comply with the implementation of the suggested retail price (SRP) on commercial rice. Grecon Normin president Helen Osin Fernandez said rice traders ...

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