Wednesday, June 01, 2005

BusinessWorld Stories

Buying limits relaxed

Malacañang has authorized the heads of government agencies and government-owned and-controlled corporations to approve purchases and contracts for projects and services of any amount, provided it is contracted through public bidding.

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TopStories
Buying limits relaxed

Corporate World
Gokongwei allots P585M to meet food company's packaging needs

Markets
Phisix soars on month-end window dressing

Banking & Finance
- 3-yr. T-bond rate falls
- Foreign banks' income down
- BPI in talks with buyer of P3-B bad loans

The Economy
Central bank likely to maintain rates despite wage hikes

The Nation
MILF peace talks in final stretch, both sides say

Focus
- Postponing grass-roots elections raises questions on RP democracy
- Sangguniang Kabataan: overaged young traditional politicians

Arts & Leisure
- Perseverance is a virtue
- Music, art and film: its French Spring in Manila
- Onstage -- By Juan Antonio Lanuza
"Madama Butterfly commits hara-kiri in Singapore"

I.T. Matters
RP losing software engineers, digital animators to India, Singapore

 

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I.T. Matters

- RP losing software engineers, digital animators to India, Singapore
- Sun revamps brand, stresses shared services
- Intel targets Southeast Asian Net cafés
- Taipei gives P4-M grant for grassroots e-trading thrust

Weekender

Section banner stories:
- Spa among the ashes
- For Latina Miss Universe hopefuls, the business of beauty hones an edge
- Marketing study reveals weakness in product pitch
- Philips makes inroads in diagnostic technology
- Camiguin's charms and attractions beckon
- Energizing Asia's power sector reform
- Plus Weekend Guide, Cinema and 'Stay In' features on books, music, games, hobbies and personality profiles

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- Monetary policies and economic growth
- Labor Standards and Self-Regulation in Business
- Bad governance, corruption and new taxes

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- Philippine eBanking: Line up or get online
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