MONTHLY inflation could finally return to target this month but monetary authorities will continue to remain hawkish given continued upside risks, analysts said.
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SAN FRANCISCO, United States — The US state of New Mexico filed a lawsuit Wednesday accusing Facebook and Instagram of being a "breeding ground" for predators who target children.
Last weekend, Minister of Armed Forces Sebastian Lecornu made a landmark visit to the Philippines, during which he met his counterpart, His Excellency Gilbert Teodoro.
MANILA, Philippines — The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $450-million (approximately P24.89 billion) loan to assist the Philippines in enhancing health policy reforms and improving access of Filipinos to treatments and services for Filipinos.
MANILA, Philippines — The torture prevention body of the United Nations should conduct an independent and thorough investigation into the policies and practices of the country’s security forces that lead to torture as well as the use of secret detention facilities, a human rights group said Wednesday.
MANILA, Philippines — Responding to the Filipinos’ growing interest in global investment opportunities, Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc. (Sun Life) has launched the Sun Dollar Maximizer (ProIncome) to provide clients with easy access to offshore structured investments.
La Trinidad, Benguet — Camp Major Bado Dangwa, the regional headquarters of the Cordillera police, was officially declared a drug-free workplace.