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Banks welcome passage of Fist bill
CEBU banks on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, welcomed the signing into law of the Financial Institutions Strategic Transfer (Fist) Act that seeks to help banks and financial institutions dispose of non-performing assets (NPAs) brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.Romeo Comabig, ...
From 86 days ago
Aussie envoy: PH a ‘fantastic destination’ for Australians
CEBU is a prime destination for Australian travelers in post-pandemic travel.This was what Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Steven Robinson said as he remained optimistic that after widespread vaccination against Covid-19, the travel industry will rise up again.“Once we get ...
From 102 days ago
Cebu a priority area in Australia's vaccine aid
AUSTRALIA Ambassador to the Philippines Steven Robinson has assured that Cebu is one of the priority areas in the Philippines for the 500 million Australian dollars (AUD) in aid his country has committed in three years to support access to ...
From 106 days ago
SMC's Skyway Stage 3: A major boost to RP's economic recovery
When everything was at a standstill, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) pushed through and built the country's game-changing infrastructure, Skyway Stage 3, one of the largest and most ambitious infrastructure projects to date that provides a seamless link between North and ...
From 108 days ago
DOT issues stern warning, P10,000 fine on Plantation Bay Resort
THE Department of Tourism (DOT) in Central Visayas has issued a stern warning and a fine of P10,000 on Plantation Bay Resort and Spa over the response of its former resident shareholder to the online post of a mother who ...
From 130 days ago
Business leaders hope for better 2021, but risks loom
THE new Covid-19 strain has dampened the positive 2021 outlook of the business community that was gearing up for its road to recovery.As business leaders looked forward to the vaccination of the population, the new virus variant meant that enterprises ...
From 135 days ago
Tourism suffered badly in 2020
CEBU'S tourism sector had been dubbed an "industry superstar" in 2019.But a few months after, in March 2020, what was once the glory days of tourism and travel quickly vanished, crippling Cebu's local economy, displacing hundreds of thousands of workers ...
From 136 days ago
DTI inspects SRP of 'noche buena' goods
DTI inspects SRP of noche buena goods
From 177 days ago
Owwa owes Cebu hotels 'millions'
STILL reeling from the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, members of the Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Association of Cebu (HRRAC) need to overcome yet another hurdle — collecting full payments from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (Owwa) for the ...
From 183 days ago
Startups pitch contact tracing apps for Covid-19
TEN startups presented the contact tracing solutions they have developed to government officials and business owners in a pitch party organized by the Department of Trade and Industry Central Visayas (DTI 7) on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.As more digital solutions ...
From 229 days ago