Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, December 6) — The Philippines will import at least 295,000 metric tons (MT) of non-basmati white rice from India this December, as it seeks alternatives to traditional rice-exporting countries Thailand and Vietnam amid rising grain prices, the head of the National Food Authority (NFA) told lawmakers on Wednesday.
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BEIJING, China — A Hong Kong court on Monday gave Chinese property giant Evergrande until the end of January to put together a restructuring plan, offering the embattled firm much-needed breathing room as it teeters on the brink of bankruptcy.
On November 23, 2023, the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) affirmed and signed a Joint Statement, to wit:
MANILA, Philippines — After more than three years of battle, the world has moved past the acute phase of the pandemic. However, the lingering effects of COVID-19 continue to pose challenges, particularly in the realm of health and well-being.
PARIS, France — Climate change is already shaving billions off the world's economy, with developing countries hardest hit, according to a new report published Tuesday ahead of COP28 climate negotiations.
Press Release - Opening Statement of Senator Risa Hontiveros during the Committee on Foreign Relations Hearing discussing International Labour Organization Convention No. 190 or the Convention Concerning
Naimbag nga malem sa ating Committee Chair, Senator Imee Marcos, to our Majority Leader Joel Villanueva at sa lahat ng mga kasamang kong Senador, Senador Robin Padilla, sa mga union leaders partikular sa mga representatives ng Global Unions, at sa lahat ng mga bisita at resource speakers na nandito ngayon.
MANILA, Philippines — Health professionals from Southeast Asia stressed that health should be at the core of climate change discussions as the warming of the planet poses imminent and severe threats to human well-being.