Sarangani plant to help rates fall P0.60/kWh in Mindanao

By CARMELITO Q. FRANCISCO, Contributor

AN estimated 60-centavo per kilowatt-hour (/kWh) reduction in rates is expected in General Santos City, Sarangani province and parts of South Cotabato by next year when Sarangani Energy Corp. (SEC) starts commercial operations of the first 105-megawatt (MW) unit of its coal-fired power plant. Read more about Sarangani plant to help rates fall P0.60/kWh in Mindanao

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Use More Stories When You Share Your Message

More Power! An Entrepreneur’s Road Map to SUCCESS By BOB BARE I’ll never forget one of the first times I gave an expert presentation. I was in front of a room of maybe 20-30 people, hoping to provide them with business-building advice that would motivate them to seek me out for additional help and services. […]

ICT industry offers top career opportunities but talent pool not sufficient

By ANTONIO L. COLINA IV, MindaNews

DAVAO City – The information communications technology (ICT) industry offers highly competitive career opportunities but only a limited number will land jobs because the talent pool may not match with the most in-demand and hard-to-fill jobs, an official of an IT organization said. Read more about ICT industry offers top career opportunities but talent pool not sufficient

ARMM offers duty-free importation incentives for regional investors

COTABATO City — The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) is offering duty-free importation of identified materials and equipment following the signing of a Joint Memorandum of Agreement (JMOA) between the Regional Economic Zone Authority (REZA)-ARMM and the Bureau of Customs in this city, Friday. Read more about ARMM offers duty-free importation incentives for regional investors

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Foreign Tourist Confidence

TRAVERSING THE TOURISM HI-WAY By PED QUIAMJOT POLITICIANS of major parties and aggrupation have declared their candidacy for national positions and for Congress in the 2016 Election. The leading candidates who come from the elite in power politics are without economic program of governance. No one have ever mentioned of any advocacy to review and […]

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The perils of a last-minute Comelec registrant

SPEAKING OUT By IGNACIO BUNYE Why do we always wait until the last day before we do some very important chores? Many students routinely cram for examinations. Many taxpayers file their returns close to deadline. And yes, many voters, as shown last week, had their biometrics taken during the proverbial “last two minutes”. The short […]

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PAO helps others while its lawyers are unpaid?

KAKAMPI MO ANG BATAS By ATTY. BATAS MAURICIO LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… For it is God’s will that by doing good you should silence the ignorant talk of foolish people…” (1 Peter 2:15, the Holy Bible). -ooo- PAO HELPS OTHERS WHILE ITS LAWYERS ARE UNPAID? I commend lawyer Persida Rueda Acosta, national chief of the Public […]

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