Philippines Morning News For February 28

Philippines Morning News For February 28

SSPC opens $51-M facility in Clark for production of latest multimedia cards SFA SEMICON Philippines Corp. (SSPC) opened its $51-million manufacturing facility in Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga yesterday, where it plans to start producing the latest version of embedded multimedia cards (eMMC) found in tablets, smartphones, and GPS tracking systems. — BusinessWorld Online Full-year budget […]

Indonesia Morning News For February 27

Indonesia Morning News For February 27

Chinese Aid Building Indonesia, But at What Cost? When Australia reduced its foreign aid to Indonesia by 40 per cent in 2015, Indonesia’s Foreign Ministry responded that ‘Indonesia… is no longer a country that needs aid for development’. — AEC News Today Indonesia’s Go-Jek raises $1.5 billion as ride-hailing market heats up: sources Indonesia’s Go-Jek […]

Philippines Morning News For February 27

Philippines Morning News For February 27

Uber for doctors, medicine takes off as tech moves healthcare Filipinos can now call a doctor and have medicine delivered with just a few taps on their mobile device, as tech startups meet demand to move health services in the country. — ABS-CBN Duterte says PH to get 5,000 firearms from a ‘friendly country’ President […]

Indonesia Morning News For February 26

Indonesia Morning News For February 26

Indonesia says US biodiesel decision kills chance of fair trade The US’ recent decision to add anti-dumping duties on biodiesel from Indonesia is preventing Indonesia’s exporters from trading in the US market, Pradnyawati, director of trade security at Indonesia’s Trade Ministry, told Arab News. — Arab News Fear and horror among Indonesia’s LGBT community as […]

Philippines Morning News For February 26

Philippines Morning News For February 26

‘Bank Secrecy Law should exempt public officials’ Public officials should be exempted from coverage of the Bank Secrecy Law to effectively fight corruption, Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Carlos Zarate, said on Sunday. — The Manila Times 5 tourists intercepted at NAIA for carrying P2.4 million Bureau of Customs (BOC) agents intercepted 5 tourists at the […]

Indonesia Morning News For October 4

Indonesia Morning News For October 4

Grab expands service to 75 Indonesian cities as Go-Jek looks beyond country Grab Indonesia is expanding its services to 75 cities across Indonesia including Banda Aceh and Jayapura – claiming to be the first mobile platform available from Aceh to Papua, the company said in a statement today. — Deal Street Asia Copper price jumps […]

Philippines Morning News For October 4

Philippines Morning News For October 4

UnionBank has lock-card feature to secure client accounts Card fraud remains one of the biggest concerns faced by cardholders and banking institutions today. As Filipinos become more dependent on banking for many of their financial needs—cash safety, shopping transactions, bill payments and the like—scammers are presented with more opportunities to carry out malicious activities targeting […]

Indonesia Morning News For October 3

Indonesia Morning News For October 3

Indonesian foreign tourist arrivals grow nearly 26% in first 8 months The number of foreign holidaymakers visiting Indonesia from January to August expanded 25.68% to 9.25 million people in a year, national statistics bureau announced here on Monday, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. — The Sun Daily Indonesia to give more allocations in tackling poverty, […]

Philippines Morning News For October 3

Philippines Morning News For October 3

NFA collects P11.86-million fines from erring grains retailers The National Food Authority (NFA) collected P11.86 million in fines and enforcement fees from 1,758 grains sellers who violated the country’s grains business laws in January to August. — Business Mirror Asian factories rev up in September ahead of year-end spending spree Factories in Asia’s largest economies […]

Indonesia Morning News For October 2

Indonesia Morning News For October 2

Indonesia’s manufacturing PMI down to 50.4 in September The Nikkei Indonesia Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index, or PMI, fell slightly to 50.4 in September from 50.7 in August. — Nikkei Asian Review Exclusive: Indonesia startup M Cash Integrasi sets IPO price band, receives strong anchor book Indonesia’s second e-commerce startup to go public, digital kiosk service […]

Philippines Morning News For October 2

Philippines Morning News For October 2

Philippines manufacturing PMI inches up in September The Nikkei Philippines Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index, or PMI, edged up in September, indicating the continued subdued growth of the manufacturing economy. — Nikkei Asian Review Senate probes Globe, PLDT on extra fee for paper billings THE Senate is set to look into the additional fee being imposed […]

Indonesia Morning News For September 29

Indonesia Morning News For September 29

The Indonesian Wall and Floor Tile Market is Projected to Reach USD 12.7 Billion by 2021: Ken Research The Indonesia tiles industry will be driven by government investment in infrastructure development of airports and residential settlements. The Indonesian Wall and Floor Tile Market are expected to touch triple its size in 2016 by the end […]

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