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Henry Sy, Jr. forays into cement business

2018-01-11 bworldonline
COMPETITION in the cement industry is heating up with the entry of a start-up backed by the son of the country’s richest man Henry T. Sy, Sr., promising a revolutionary manufacturing process that will produce the world’s “strongest and greenest” cement. (34-0)

50 firms Shariah compliant – PSE

2018-01-10 beta.philstar
The latest count was a result of the screening conducted by IdealRatings Inc. based on the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Finance Institutions (AAOIFI) standards for Shariah compliance. (12-0)

Anchor Land ventures into urban bedspaces

2018-01-10 beta.philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Anchor Land is making its foray into the urban bed-spacing segment, targeting young employees who want to save time amid the worsening traffic in Metro Manila. (10-0)

Dennis Uy’s growing empire

2017-12-14 philstar
And what’s in a name? For Dennis Uy, the name can spell the difference between success and failure. (5-0)

Tax reform watch weighs on investor sentiment

2017-12-12 bworldonline
ANY OPTIMISM over the Philippines’ credit rating upgrade on Monday by Fitch Ratings evaporated yesterday, as investors awaiting Congress’ ratification of tax reforms made the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) end three days of gains. (20-0)

MPIC awards Cebu bridge project to Lopez-Consunji-led consortium

2017-12-04 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC), the tollways and infrastructure conglomerate chaired by tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan, has awarded the Cebu Link Joint Venture (CLJV) the contract to design and build the 8.5-kilometer Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) project in the province. (15-0)

Consunji, Lopez consortium bags P22.6B Cebu Cordova bridge project

2017-12-04 business.inquirer.net
A construction and engineering consortium formed by the Consunji, Lopez and Spain-based Acciona Construccion S.A. has bagged a P22.6-billion design and build contract for Metro Pacific group’s 8.5-kilometer bridge project that will connect Cebu City to the Municipality of Cordova in the island of Mactan. (16-0)

Coal tax unfair, discriminatory – Consunji

2017-11-29 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — The country’s largest coal producer has raised concerns on the proposed coal tax, saying the tax could unduly raise the cost of power in the country. (5-0)

Maynilad spending P10 B for sewerage upgrade

2017-11-28 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services Inc. is allocating P10 billion in the next five years to improve its sewerage system services. (11-0)

Maynilad eyes P4-B water treatment plant

2017-11-22 philstar
SYDNEY, Australia—Maynilad Water Services Inc. is looking to address a potential water shortage in Metro Manila should there be no substantial progress in the development of the Kaliwa dam project four years from now, a ranking official said. (11-0)

DM Consunji bags P3.5B worth of contracts in Q3

2017-11-12 bworldonline
DM CONSUNJI, Inc. secured contracts amounting to P3.5 billion in the third quarter, mostly to develop residential condominium projects. (5-0)

Maynilad builds new P6.75-B Putatan plant

2017-11-09 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services Inc. is building a P6.75-billion new water treatment plant in Muntinlupa aimed at enhancing water supply reliability in the southern part of Metro Manila. (11-0)

DMCI bottom line rises 19%

2017-11-08 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — DMCI Holdings Inc. posted a nine-month net income of P11.7 billion, up 19 percent on strong  contributions from coal, real estate, construction. (5-0)

DMCI earns P4.1 billion in 3rd quarter

2017-11-08 bworldonline
DIVERSIFIED ENGINEERING conglomerate DMCI Holdings, Inc. saw its net profit increase by nearly a fifth in the third quarter, mostly riding on the strength of its coal mining and power business. (5-0)

Property firms see dorm-type developments as next big thing

2017-10-08 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — Property companies are seeing dormitory-type developments or co-living spaces for young urban professionals as the next big thing in the sector which could become their new leg of growth, industry players told The STAR. (15-0)