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Manila Water unit seeking to expand Boracay sewer network

2018-05-25 bworldonline
BORACAY Island Water Co., Inc. has given its assurance to complete the rehabilitation of the island’s main sewer network within four months, as the company offered its plan of upgrading and expanding the facilities as “a faster and more feasible” option.

 
Marikina, San Mateo, Rodriguez to experience weak water pressure

2018-05-18 newsinfo.inquirer.net
MAY 10, 2018 La Mesa Dam’s water level is reported critically low due to high demand but low supply of water. According to Manila Water, the extremely hot weather causes this predicament. INQUIRER PHOTO/ JAM STA ROSA

 
Crane falls, kills female septuagenarian in QC  

2018-05-18 newsinfo.inquirer.net
A 74-year-old woman died after a crane in a construction site at Barangay Old Balara, Quezon City, fell down on her Friday morning.

 
Ayala nets P7.7B

2018-05-12 business.inquirer.net
Conglomerate Ayala Corp. chalked up a net profit of P7.7 billion in the first quarter, 10 percent higher than the level in the previous year, led by robust earnings from its real estate and power businesses.

 
MWSS allays fears of water shortage in Metro Manila

2018-05-11 newsinfo.inquirer.net
La Mesa Dam’s water level is reported critically low due to high demand but low supply of water. INQUIRER PHOTO/ JAM STA ROSA

 
Ayala Q1 profits hit P7.7B

2018-05-11 bworldonline
THE real estate and power units of Ayala Corp. (AC) boosted its earnings for the first quarter of 2018, with net income attributable to the parent up 10% year-on-year.

 
Manila Water’s Rizal project to help augment dwindling supply

2018-05-10 newsinfo.inquirer.net
To address possible water interruptions due to dwindling water supply from the La Mesa Dam reservoir, water concessionaire Manila Water announced on Thursday that its Rizal Water Supply Improvement Project due to be finished this year would be tapped to augment the demand of water consumers.

 
Manila Water: Brace for service interruptions as La Mesa Dam hits critical level

2018-05-10 newsinfo.inquirer.net
Water concessionaire Manila Water warned on Thursday of possible service interruptions after La Mesa Dam’s water level dropped to a critical low of 72 meters.

 
Manila Water earnings jump 17% in 1st quarter

2018-05-09 bworldonline
AYALA-LED Manila Water Co., Inc. posted a 17% increase in first-quarter net income to P1.69 billion, with its Manila concession area mainly supporting the growth along with the expansion of its operating subsidiaries.

 
Manila Water net income rises 17% in Q1

2018-05-09 bworldonline
Manila Water Co., Inc. posted a 17% increase in first-quarter net income to P1.69 billion mainly coming the growth in its Manila concession area and the expansion of its operating subsidiaries.

 
Ayala water unit posts 17% profit growth

2018-05-09 business.inquirer.net
Manila Water Co. Inc. yesterday said its net income jumped 17 percent year-on-year in the first quarter this year to reach P1.69 billion as it saw growth across all its businesses.

 
Shares to decline amid weak investor sentiment

2018-05-06 bworldonline
LOCAL EQUITIES may continue to fall this week, as higher oil prices and faster inflation, among others, drag down investor sentiment.

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Manila Water wins right to operate Bulacan water district

2018-05-02 bworldonline
MANILA WATER Co., Inc. has won the right to operate the Bulacan water district, which is the site of the international airport being proposed by San Miguel Corp.

 
Manila Water awarded Balagtas water concession deal

2018-04-26 bworldonline
LISTED Manila Water Co. Inc. said it won the auction to develop the Balagtas Water District (BWD) in Bulacan.

 
Ayala expanding businesses overseas

2018-04-20 business.inquirer.net
Ayala Corp. CFO Teodoro Limcaoco, chair/CEO Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, president/COO Fernando Zobel de Ayala

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