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Myanmar's telecommunications industry, citing the high cost of entry and a competitive landscape that heavily favored locals...Pangilinan said he expected that the two nationwide telecom licenses being bid out by the Myanmar government would be "
Pangilinan has given up his position as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Philex Mining Corp., the firm told the Philippine Stock Exchange on Thursday...Austin Jr., an engineer and Philex's incumbent president and chief operating officer.
Pangilinan, said its earnings grew by over a tenth last year on higher service revenues from its wireless, line and business process outsourcing businesses. P35.5 billion in 2012, up by 12 percent from P31.7 billion it posted a year previous...The
Conchita Carpio Morales’ crucial attention is called anew: Motion filed almost a year ago before the Ombudsman remains unacted which urged to suspend postmaster general Maria Josefina Mendoza Dela Cruz, other PHLpost top officials
Quezon City on Thursday in protest against its order permitting Philex Mining Corp. to resume operations in its Padcal facility. About a dozen protesters belonging to the Kalikasan People's Network for the Environment threw mud at tarpaulins with the
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Total billed volume stood at 579.4 million cubic meters, up 39 percent. Manila Water's main source of incomethe east zone concessionaccounted for the bulk or 427.3 million cubic meters of the billed volume, up 4 percent. Contributing to the
JGS Airport Consortium Inc.to pursue and bid for the expansion and rehabilitation of the country's second largest international gateway. Metro Pacific and JG Summit will have a 33 percent stake in the consortium and an airport operator partner have
PhilippinesPhilex Petroleum Corp., led by businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan, posted a net loss of P1.09 billion last year, a reversal of the P537 million net income it registered in 2011. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday,
The deal trims the economic interest of infrastructure holding firm Metro Pacific Investments Corp. Holdings, by 16 percentage points to 25.24 percent, said a joint statement disclosed by the two local companies to the Philippine Stock Exchange on