Saturday, April 17, 2021
By: Philstar.com MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has approved over P3.3 billion worth of loans under a facility to assist micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) dealing with the impact of COVID-19 pandemic. Trade Secretary Ramon...
By: Philippine News Agency MANILA – With 70 percent of its customers in its latest UK stores now being locals, homegrown restaurant brand Jollibee is further expanding its reach to local European customers by growing to 50 stores in that continent...
By: Retail In Asia The growing reliance on technology became much more apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic. As retailers and consumer brands sought to stay connected with consumers who were seeking to reduce time in stores due to safety concerns,...
By INQUIRER.net Major malls announced on Sunday revised operating hours shortly after the government placed the so-called NCR Plus bubble under a modified enhanced community quarantine, which will be in effect from April 12 to 30. The NCR Plus bubble is...
By: Manila Bulletin There is no denying that the global fashion and retail industry, much like other industries, depends on the power of the internet to keep its businesses afloat during the pandemic. While there has been a sizeable decline...
By Manila Bulletin PayMaya is leading the way as the online payment gateway of choice for businesses of all types and sizes in the Philippines. Through its easy-to-use and accessible online payment gateway solution PayMaya Checkout, it has enabled faster...
By Philippine News Agency Restrictive measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) have affected economies worldwide. National Economic and Development Authority Acting Secretary Karl Kendrick Chua cited Republic Act 11534, or the Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives...
By: philstar.com MANILA, Philippines — The economy can be expected to remain resilient despite  the renewed surge in the number of COVID-19 infections, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez said yesterday. Addressing the 2nd Philippines-Singapore Business and Investment Summit, Dominguez said the country...
By: Manila Bulletin As people continue to take extra precautions and strictly abide by health guidelines, the country’s number one fast-food chain strengthens its commitment to bring joy to its customers—not only through its great-tasting and well-loved offerings but also...
By: Philippine News Agency MANILA – AllHome Corp., the pioneering one-stop-shop home store in the Philippines, reported Friday a slight decline in net income reaching about PHP1 billion last year from PHP1.05 billion in 2019 amid the challenges of the pandemic. Its...
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