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Bidding for 20-MW Ceneco requirement pushes through

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III The bidding for the Central Negros Electric Cooperative 20-megawatt base load power supply requirement for years 2021 to 2031 pushed through, acting general manager Danny Pondevilla said, contrary to a statement made by Power Watch

Capitol mulls reward for Cui’s assailants

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN       The giving of rewards to anybody who can provide information leading to the identification and arrest of those behind the killing of provincial consultant Mariano Antonio “Marton” Cui is being considered by the provincial government of

More financing options for MSMEs

Micro, small and medium enterprises continue gaining access to credit, partly through the establishment of credit surety funds, with about 15 additional CSFs expected to register until end-2021. In a virtual briefing, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor Benjamin Diokno said

Negros Oriental still ASF-free

Negros Oriental continues to remain free from the African swine fever even as President Rodrigo Duterte declared a state of calamity in the entire country Tuesday due to the outbreak of the highly-contagious viral infection that affects pigs. Dr. Alfonso

P80K in ‘shabu’ seized

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Operatives of the Bacolod City Police Office seized P80,000 worth of suspected shabu Monday and Tuesday in Bacolod. P/Lt. Liberty Indiape, BCPO spokesperson, said Mae Torres, 45, of Purok Santo Rosario in Brgy. Bata, was

‘Reopening of economy to boost employment’

Reopening of the economy and increased infrastructure spending are expected to further boost the country’s employment figures, which registered better results as of March 2021. The Philippine Statistics Authority reported that unemployment rate went down from 8.8 percent last February