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Philhealth to adjust premium contributions in formal sector

Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) held a consultation with stakeholders in Cagayan de Oro City on its proposed premium adjustment for CY 2019. In an interview with Dr. Francisco Soria Jr., vice president for Member Management Group, he said there will be no increase in the rate but instead increase …

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Poor transportation for farm produce now a problem: execs

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . East-Westbound Terminals and Public Market (EWTPM) officer-in-charge Jocelyn Q. Peñalosa on Wednesday raised concerns through the City Council’s Committee on Trade, Commerce and Industry on the reported “interlude” of transportation of farm goods from Cagayan de Oro City to Metro Manila. Earlier, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel …

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Lasureco greets govt takeover plan, pushes for debt condonation

Lanao del Sur Electric Cooperative (LASURECO) sees no problem in the government’s plan to take over after the Marawi tragedy. National Electrification Administration (NEA) Administrator Edgardo Masongsong earlier revealed there’s a proposed executive order submitted by the Office of the President to takeover LASURECO after a decision was made by …

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DA hopes good-quality coffees after 1st Caraga Cupping vies

By Erwin M. Mascarinas Correspondent . Department of Agriculture (DA) in Caraga Region is  now eyeing for an increase and better production of high quality coffee after 1st Caraga Cupping Competition was held and showcased top grade Robusta coffee on Sep. 6 here in Butuan City. “We just recently culminated …

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Power company, DENR, Surceco plant 4,000 mangroves in Bislig

Braving the tides and murky waters, AboitizPower and its partners recently planted 4,000 mangrove propagules in Tumanan, Bislig City in a bid to help protect marine species and preserve the community’s coastal area. Thirty “green warriors” from AboitizPower as well as partners from Surigao del Sur Electric Cooperative I (SURSECO …

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Solon asks government to order price freeze of basic supplies

Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao has asked the government to impose a freezing of prices of basic commodities in the areas damaged by typhoon Ompong. “Without such move would be tantamount to insensitivity to consumers and typhoon-victims”, he warned. In his statement last September 14, Casilao said that controlling the prices …

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Power firm grants financial assistance to HS students

Students from various public high schools in Maco, Compostela Valley got a much needed boost in their studies through the financial assistance program of AboitizPower subsidiary Therma Marine, Inc. (TMI). Close to 80 learners each received a financial grant on September 6, 2018, a project that was made possible through …

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