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  • IMAX bullish on China market
    by racosta on July 18, 2019 at 10:40 am

    Growing demand by Chinese consumers for quality content and a better watching experience is boosting the local premium film screening market, which should lead to more robust growth of the sector, an industry insider said. The post IMAX bullish on China market appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • Indonesia prepares cross border e-commerce regulation
    by racosta on July 18, 2019 at 10:33 am

    To prevent an excess of imported goods from inundating the domestic market, the Indonesian government is preparing a regulation on cross-border trade through e-commerce platforms. The post Indonesia prepares cross border e-commerce regulation appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • Healthway Medical wins 7th straight Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand award
    by kgabaldon on July 18, 2019 at 10:14 am

    Healthway Medical, the country’s most trusted and preferred multi-specialty clinic, bagged its 7th straight Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand Award during awarding ceremonies held recently in Pasig City. Healthway won the award under the Ambulatory/Multi-Specialty Clinic category. This recent accolade further reinforces Healthway Medical’s image as a healthcare leader that provides […]

  • ‘Hot money’ outflow hits fourth straight month in June
    by racosta on July 18, 2019 at 9:21 am

    Short term portfolio investments continued their exodus from the Philippine financial system for the fourth consecutive month in June as fund managers cashed in on their assets and sent home earnings from stock market and fixed income investments during the period. The post ‘Hot money’ outflow hits fourth straight month in June appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • The Biggest Gathering of Transport and Logistics Industry Kicks off this July
    by ilucas on July 18, 2019 at 8:33 am

    The only event that brings together all the stakeholders of the transport and logistics industry in one venue this coming July 24 – 26 happening at SMX Convention Centre, Pasay City, Manila. Four related shows will be occupying more than 9,000 sqm of exhibition spae with more than 300 exhibitors and expecting beyond 10,000 buyers […] The post The Biggest Gathering of Transport and […]

  • LG launches world’s first capsule-type beer brewing machine
    by hniitsu on July 18, 2019 at 7:43 am

    LG Electronics announced on Tuesday the commercial launch of the world’s first capsule-type automated beer maker in line with the growing home-brewing trend. The post LG launches world’s first capsule-type beer brewing machine appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • Review law allowing rice imports? No!, says Dominguez
    by racosta on July 18, 2019 at 7:22 am

    An emphatic “No.” Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III gave this reply when reporters asked him what he thought about a social media post by outgoing Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Pinol relaying appeals made by farmers and farm cooperatives for the government to review the Rice Tariffication Act, which allowed the unrestricted importation of rice provided duties were paid in a […]

  • Villar home improvement retail chain going public
    by racosta on July 18, 2019 at 6:56 am

    Tycoon Manuel Villar Jr.-led home improvement retailer AllHome Corp. is planning a P20.7 billion stock market debut this coming September, potentially launching its first initial public offering (IPO) in the local market this year. The post Villar home improvement retail chain going public appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • Andrew Tan raises stake in rehabilitated Boracay
    by hniitsu on July 18, 2019 at 6:06 am

    Real estate tycoon Andrew Tan is raising his stake in newly-rehabilitated Boracay Island with the opening of the 442-room three-tower Belmont Hotel inside its Boracay Newcoast estate by next month. The post Andrew Tan raises stake in rehabilitated Boracay appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • Japan’s trade curbs will impact global industry—Seoul official
    by hniitsu on July 18, 2019 at 5:41 am

    Japan’s recent decision to impose tighter restrictions on exports to South Korea of key materials for the semiconductors and display industries will take a toll on the global tech industry, Seoul’s government official said Wednesday.  The post Japan’s trade curbs will impact global industry—Seoul official appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]

  • ICTSI bags port deal in Rio de Janeiro
    by jvicente on July 18, 2019 at 5:05 am

    Razon group-led port operator ICTSI bagged a new deal to take over the port container terminal concession Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The post ICTSI bags port deal in Rio de Janeiro appeared first on Inquirer Business. […]