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ECCP to put up a Central Luzon chapter in Clark

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The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) held the founding event for putting up a chapter in Clark for the growing community of European investors in Central Luzon.

Flood Control Asia lectures about doing business in the PH with ease

Dr. Andreas Klippe

Flood Control Asia spoke as a guest lecturer at the National Defense College of the Philippines to talk about doing and handling business in the country with ease.

PH Officially Opens its first Eco-Airport in the province of Bohol

PH Officially Opens its first Eco-Airport in Bohol

The much-awaited Bohol-Panglao International Airport has finally opened making it the country’s first ever “eco-airport”.

Employment, economy, and tourism news in this week’s Trending Klipps


Jobs, economy, politics, and tourism – discover this week’s headlines only here at Trending Klipps!

Du30 brings home investments from China with four more stories for this week!


Watch Trending Klipps and discover the issues that shaped Philippines’ history for this week!

BIR hits highest tax collection, Du30 strengthens friendly ties to China, and more exciting stories for this week!


Before you take your break this week, you deserve to know the stories that defined the headlines. Take a short break and watch this week’s recap!

Fast Facts on the Boao Forum for Asia 2018


The Boao Forum for Asia 2018 came at a time when the Philippines’ relationship with China was at a delicate balance.

PH ranked 54th in global transparency survey, spice up your weekend with these big headlines!


Craving for the top stories of April’s first week? Here’s a sneak peek: Philippines ranked 54th in the World Justice survey for transparency. Speaking of politics, the Philippines’ Commission on Election will hold a simulation for the upcoming village polls, while the Senate of the Philippines is planning to transfer to Taguig!

‘Endo’ ban out of Malacañang’s control, corporations still prefer job contracting


Malacañang said it could not totally scrape ‘job contractualization’ since the said practice would be legal under the Labor Code.

PH gov’t to merge with private entities for NAIA rehabilitation


Super consortium’ details P350-billion plan to upgrade NAIA, China says to have ‘prudent’ oil exploration with PHL, As Facebook scandal mushrooms, Zuckerberg vows to ‘step up’, Binibini’s clueless answer to ‘Build, Build, Build’ question prompts DOTr campaign, the student who graduated with the help of a broom –all of this in this week’s Trending Klipps!