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Toyota Vios cup goes to Alabang

With three different drivers winning the first three races, the 2018 Toyota Vios Cup is set to thrill motor sports fans as its second leg goes to Filinvest, Alabang in Muntinlupa City today. Organized by the Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP), gearheads can expect an even more heart-pounding race with 46 …

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Belingon lifts Pinoy pride in ONE: Reign of Kings

Kevin Belingon banked on his solid stand-up game to deny two-division champion Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen any chance to use his ground skills en route to snatching the ONE interim bantamweight world title via unanimous decision in ONE: Reign of Kings late Friday night at the jam-packed Mall of Asia …

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Chinese aces grace VIVO Hoop Battle finals

Three star players from China gear up for a three-point shootout with Team Philippines in a featured event serving as one of the highlights of the VIVO HoopBattle 3×3 Championship Philippines Finals unfolding today at Market! Market! in Taguig City. Jason Song and Camel Luo (Luo Yongxuan), mainstays of China’s …

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Cone sees explosive reprisal from Beermen

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel aims to sustain its aggression against defending champion San Miguel Beer in Game 2 of the best-of-seven finals of Season 43 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup at 6:30 p.m. tonight, at the Araneta Coliseum. The Gin Kings are coming off a 127-99 rout of the Beermen …

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Clark Jets cruise past foes

The Clark Jets bagged the Globe Rugby Sevens Series National Development first leg title over the weekend at the Southern Plains in Calamba, Laguna. Led by Jovan Masalunga of the Philippine Volcanoes, The Clark Jets bested the Makati Chiefs (43-0), the Eagles RFC Colts (30-0), La Liga (24-5) and the …

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On BIR’s authority to cancel assessments

The BIR has issued Revenue Memorandum Order (RMO) No. 33-2018, which consolidates, clarifies and reiterates the existing policies and procedures in the issuance by the BIR of the Authority to Cancel Assessment (ATCA). To the layman, to be able to understand what an ATCA is, one has to talk about …

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Guam eyes more than 20k Filipino visitors

More visitors mean better business Guam, the closest US destination in the Pacific, targets to tally more than 20,000 Filipino visitors by the end of this year. That number is a fair jump from its yearly average of 19,000 that accounts for 6 percent of its visitor mix. “We can …

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BPI bullish on growth of OF investors

The number of Overseas Filipino (OF) remitters and their beneficiaries who are into investments has tripled since 2013. This is according to customer data from BPI Asset Management and Trust Corporation (BPI AMTC), the trust corporation that manages total assets of more than P570 billion from both institutional and individual …

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More Filipinos seen to go cashless – Visa

No cash? No problem The future of the Philippines to go cashless is “good,” payments system giant Visa said, noting more Filipinos are embracing digital payments. Stuart Tomlinson, Visa country manager for the Philippines and Guam, presented in a media briefing on Thursday its latest Visa Consumer Payment Attitudes Study …

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