latest from Cebu Business
THE planned entry of Swedish furniture-maker Ikea in the Philippines is seen to challenge the ingenuity of local home furnishings’ players, who are now enjoying brisk sales in the domestic front.
FILIPINO entrepreneurs planning to tap the Chinese market are advised to become digitally-ready as e-commerce in China has become part of their lifestyle.
THE Bankers’ Association of the Philippines (BAP) reelected its president Nestor V. Tan for another term.
DEPARTMENT of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon M. Lopez and Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Secretary Eliseo M. Rio Jr.
PHILAB Holdings Corp. disclosed that its board has approved the acquisition of 67 percent equity in local pharmaceutical firm Sydenham Laboratories Inc. (SLI).
ASIA United Bank (AUB) and its subsidiaries ended 2017 with P2.8 billion net income, 23 percent higher than a year ago.
HOMEGROWN property developer Athecor Land is diversifying into condominium development as land in the city center becomes scarce.
ORGANIZERS of the China International Import Expo hope to woo Cebuano entrepreneurs into joining and expect their participation to reduce the trade deficit of the Philippines against China.
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