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PureFoods open to make tender offer to Ginebra shareholders

San Miguel PureFoods Co. Inc. will launch a tender offer to minority shareholders of Ginebra San Miguel, one of the companies to be consolidated into this company, if required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). (20-0)

Beermen eye fourth win in a row vs NLEX

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THE defending champions San Miguel Beermen, having an immaculate start so far in the PBA Philippine Cup, go for their fourth straight win when they take on the NLEX Road Warriors today in the main game at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City. (19-0)

NEDA evaluating SMC’s flood control project

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THE consortium of San Miguel Corp. and New San Jose Builders, Inc. has been given original proponent status for its proposed P399.66-billion Manila Bay flood control project. (19-0)

SMC food unit to conduct follow-on offering by Q2

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SAN MIGUEL Food and Beverage, Inc. (SMFBI) looks to conduct a follow-on offering by the second quarter of 2018 in order to meet the minimum public float of 15%. (23-0)

Lidl is first store in Spain to sell only free-range eggs

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GERMAN supermarket chain Lidl has become the first store in Spain to refuse to sell any produce from battery hens. (19-0)

Food trends for 2018: Bold and global flavors, grab-and-go meals, novel Pinoy cuisine

In 2018, there will be more ready-to-eat meal options for busy people, big and bold food combinations and flavors highlighting African, Moroccan and Indian influences, and artisanal sweet confections, while many Filipino dishes will go back to locally grown and indigenous ingredients. (19-0)

3rd party to do telecom sector study

The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) is tapping an independent body to conduct a study on the telecommunication industry. (28-1)

Philippines hopes for windfall as basketball comes home in 2023

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MORE THAN 40 years since hosting the biggest hoops event in the world, basketball is coming home to the Philippines after the country, together with Indonesia and Japan, secured hosting rights for the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup. (22-0)

Competition body zeroes in on 10 sectors in study

2018-01-17 bworldonline
THE PHILIPPINE COMPETITION COMMISSION (PCC) is embarking on a study of anti-competitive practices in 10 priority sectors that may touch on the impact of a contentious deal involving the country’s telecommunication duopoly. (28-0)

‘Abnormal flooding’ isolates 11 villages in Catanduanes town

Heavy rains eroded a mountainside in Progreso village in San Miguel town in Catanduanes province, rendering a portion of a national highway unpassable Wednesday morning. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS (19-0)

PH competition body to tap independent group to study telcos’ impact

The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) may soon find out the impact of the controversial telco deal that ate up what could have been the country’s third telco player, following an independent market study to be conducted this year. (28-0)

Reallocation of frequencies may require new legislation

2018-01-16 bworldonline
PLANS to reallocate mobile frequency may require legislation, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said, possibly prolonging the process of introducing a third player in the telecommunications industry. (28-1)

Blackwater, Phoenix look to sustain winning ascent

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THE Blackwater Elite and Phoenix Petroleum Fuel Masters, two teams currently on a roll in the PBA Philippine Cup, take on separate opponents today, looking to sustain their fine form and position themselves well in the race moving forward. (19-0)

No miracles in sight

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Just recently, Philippine Telegraph & Telephone Corp (PT&T) revealed that it is in an advanced stage of partnership discussions with a South Korean telecommunications company. (29-0)