Typhoons

Bundles for the ‘ber’ months

Gloomy skies and rain showers have become common recently. It could be because of the typhoons that followed, or it might be because the next few months are around. But one thing is certain, summer is finally over. This type of weather undeniably calls for light layers and cozy clothing. …

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Micronesian countries urge Taiwan’s commitment to the UN

Leaders from several nations in the Pacific Islands have advised the United Nations General Assembly that Taiwan should be able to participate fully in the United Nations and the World Health Organization. China continues to oppose Taiwan’s commitment as an equal partner to the United Nations or WHO, but the …

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NEA Loans to Electricity Utilities Hit P455M in August

PHILSTAR The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has lent 19 Electricity Cooperatives (ECs) 455.29 million pesos for their investment projects (Capex) and plant restoration through the end of August. “Data from the NEA Accounts Management and Guarantee Department dated August 31, 2021 showed the bulk, or 380,293 million, of email declarations …

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Meggitt investors approve £ 6.3 billion US acquisition

British defense company Meggitt has moved one step closer to falling into foreign hands after shareholders gave the go-ahead for a £ 6.3 billion takeover by US corporation Parker Hannifin. The majority of investors voted for the deal at a general meeting of the group with 99.8 percent of the …

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