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   Pemberton deported, flown out of PH  2020/09/13 01:55:22 Inquirer News Info
MANILA, Philippines --- After six years of detention at Camp Aguinaldo, convicted killer US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton is now deported. Pemberton left the country on Sunday morning, Bureau of Immigration spokesperson Dana Sandoval said. He was flown out by an American military aircraft which took off from tbe Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 9:14 a.m. "Pemberton has successfully been deported, military plane left at exactly 9:14 this morning," Sandoval told INQUIRER.net in a text message. gsg … Keep on reading: Pemberton deported, flown out of PH
   PH gets 4,935 new COVID-19 cases; total tally now at 257,863  2020/09/12 08:20:48 Inquirer News Info
MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippines has logged 4,935 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections, bringing the total number of cases to 257,863. As of 4 p.m. on Saturday, the Department of Health (DOH) data showed 66,455 active COVID-19 cases nationwide. The health department also recorded 658 people who were able to recover from the disease, bringing the total tally of recoveries to 187,116. The DOH also reported 186 new COVID-19 deaths. This pushes the total number of fatalities in the country to 4,292. The respiratory disease first emerged in Wuhan City, China's Hubei province in late 2019. For most people, the COVID-19 causes mild symptoms but it can cause severe… Keep on reading: PH gets 4,935 new COVID-19 cases; total tally now at 257,863
   PH, China defense chiefs agree not to rock the boat in South China Sea  2020/09/11 13:05:33 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines--The defense leaders of the Philippines and China have agreed to keep peace and stability in the South China Sea, the Department of National Defense said. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana met with his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, on Sept. 11 (Friday) in Camp Aguinaldo to discuss several issues related to defense relations between the two countries. The two defense chiefs discussed how to avoid misunderstanding and resolve differences peacefully in disputed waters, the DND statement said. The early conclusion of talks on the code of conduct in the South China Sea was also discussed. Arbitral ruling… Keep on reading: PH, China defense chiefs agree not to rock the boat in South China Sea
   PH readies repatriation of bodies of 2 Filipinos killed in Abu Dhabi gas blast  2020/09/10 08:18:22 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines --- The remains of two Filipinos killed in a gas leak explosion in a restaurant in Abu Dhabi are now being readied for repatriation, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday. DFA said local authorities have already cleared the release of the remains of the two Filipinos. Earlier, Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn Quintana said the cadavers of the deceased Filipinos could not be released yet pending the completion of the investigation into the blast. "Embassy officials and regional representatives from DFA and DOLE (Department of Labor and Employment) are working closely with the families for the acceptance of the remains," the DFA said … Keep on reading: PH readies repatriation of bodies of 2 Filipinos killed in Abu Dhabi gas blast
   Over 180,000 displaced OFWs repatriated by PH gov’t  2020/09/09 09:12:42 Inquirer News Info
MANILA, Philippines --- Over 180,000 overseas Filipino workers have been repatriated and were given assistance by the government as the coronavirus disease pandemic triggered the displacement of Filipino employees abroad. Data from DOLE showed there are a total of 189,289 OFWs who were flown back to the country and given aid as of September 8. The data were submitted by the department to the House committee on appropriations during a budget hearing on Wednesday. According to DOLE, a total of P2.499 billion has been disbursed to 243,880 OFWs under the Abot Kamay ang Pagtulong (AKAP) program to provide them assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. Under this initiative, OFWs whose e… Keep on reading: Over 180,000 displaced OFWs repatriated by PH gov’t
   PH readies repatriation of bodies of 2 Filipinos killed in Abu Dhabi gas blast  2020/09/10 08:18:22 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines --- The remains of two Filipinos killed in a gas leak explosion in a restaurant in Abu Dhabi are now being readied for repatriation, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday. DFA said local authorities have already cleared the release of the remains of the two Filipinos. Earlier, Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn Quintana said the cadavers of the deceased Filipinos could not be released yet pending the completion of the investigation into the blast. "Embassy officials and regional representatives from DFA and DOLE (Department of Labor and Employment) are working closely with the families for the acceptance of the remains," the DFA said … Keep on reading: PH readies repatriation of bodies of 2 Filipinos killed in Abu Dhabi gas blast
   Over 180,000 displaced OFWs repatriated by PH gov’t  2020/09/09 09:12:42 Inquirer News Info
MANILA, Philippines --- Over 180,000 overseas Filipino workers have been repatriated and were given assistance by the government as the coronavirus disease pandemic triggered the displacement of Filipino employees abroad. Data from DOLE showed there are a total of 189,289 OFWs who were flown back to the country and given aid as of September 8. The data were submitted by the department to the House committee on appropriations during a budget hearing on Wednesday. According to DOLE, a total of P2.499 billion has been disbursed to 243,880 OFWs under the Abot Kamay ang Pagtulong (AKAP) program to provide them assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. Under this initiative, OFWs whose e… Keep on reading: Over 180,000 displaced OFWs repatriated by PH gov’t
   PH to go for less expensive COVID-19 vaccine once available  2020/09/07 16:08:25 Inquirer Global NAtion
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gFVvbYtrRU MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippines would opt to buy a less expensive vaccine for COVID-19 regardless of which country it came from, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday. "As I said, it's there. I think it's Moderna. It's a US company, I think they are ready by September. I told them to hurry up. Sinovac, China is also ready," Duterte said in a taped address, speaking partly in Filipino. "Whoever [produces it], it's all the same. Whoever makes it first and gives it to use cheap, that's where we'll go. They know that we don't have enough money. If it's too expensive, we will go for the less expensive ones," he added. Previously,… Keep on reading: PH to go for less expensive COVID-19 vaccine once available
   PH, China optimistic of reaching trade targets  2020/09/04 20:10:18 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines --- Despite disputes over overlapping maritime claims in the South China Sea and the deadly coronavirus disease pandemic, the Philippines and China are determined to meet their trade targets this year, the ambassadors from both countries said on Friday. "Despite the disruption in the early part of the year, things are picking up now and, hopefully, we'll be able to equal if not surpass trade performance last year," Philippine Ambassador Jose Santiago "Chito" Santa Romana told a radio interview. Santa Romana said there was growing demand not only for Philippine bananas but for other tropical fruits such as pineapples, avocados, and young coconuts, as the Chinese … Keep on reading: PH, China optimistic of reaching trade targets
   Insider Sells Parker Hannifin's Shares  2020/09/04 11:30:00 Benzinga
A Form 4 filing filed with the SEC on Friday, September 4 showed that Exec VP Finance & & CFO Suever Catherine A sold 1,745 shares of Parker …
   Charles Schwab’s stock-picking chief told us why a COVID-19 vaccine would trigger a mass exit from tech stocks — and pinpoints 3 companies that would benefit instead (RTX, PH, VFC)  2020/08/17 12:02:00 Business Insider
Large-cap tech stocks have benefited from a demand surge amid the pandemic. Some on Wall Street, including Charles Schwab's Bill McMahon, believe a vaccine will be the catalyst that drives investors away from tech. McMahon listed two sectors and three stocks that he believes would benefit most from demand shifts caused by a vaccine. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Since the coronavirus pandemic began, investors have rushed into tech stocks — so much so that 74% of fund managers in a July Bank of America survey said that being long on tech was the most crowded trade — the highest percentage since the survey began in 2013. Demand for large-cap tech stocks has indeed risen to such extreme heights that just three companies — Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon — now collectively make up about 17% of the S&P 500. But some on Wall Street are starting to question how long the demand surge will last, and what the catalyst might be to knock big tech down a peg.
   PH nominated in 2020 World Travel Awards  2020/08/16 21:22:51 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippines has been nominated in five categories, including Asia's leading beach and dive destinations, in the 2020 World Travel Awards (WTA Asia). Cebu was also nominated as Asia's leading wedding destination, while Intramuros, Manila's Walled City, was nominated Asia's leading tourist attraction. The Department of Tourism (DOT) is also a nominee in Asia's leading tourist board category. The Tourism Promotions Board, DOT's marketing arm, has called on netizens to register and cast their votes on the WTA website. The voting, which is open to tourism industry professionals and consumers, will conclude on Sept. 24. ---Jerome Aning… Keep on reading: PH nominated in 2020 World Travel Awards
   This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter  2020/08/16 17:00:00 Zero Hedge
This Is What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In The Second Quarter Tyler Durden Sun, 08/16/2020 - 13:00 In addition to the widely publicized changes in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, where as we previously reported Warren Buffett dumped a material amount of his bank holdings in addition to completely selling out of airlines, while making his first ever foray into precious metals with a new $ 563MM stake in Barrick Gold , there were other quite notable changes in hedge fund portfolios during Q2 as disclosed in the barrage of 13Fs filed on Friday. As Bloomberg recaps, the 13F filings show that even more hedge funds leaned in to the stay-at-home trade amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Of note, Home Depot was a top new buy for Balyasny Asset Management, while Pershing Square Capital Management and Adage Capital Partners boosted stakes in Lowe’s. Coatue Management boosted its stakes in Peloton and Zoom Video Communications. Netflix was one notable exception as Appaloosa, D1 Capital Partners and Viking Global Investors cut their stakes.
   ‘Not just Russia’: DOH says PH in talks with 16 COVID-19 vaccine makers  2020/08/14 04:38:14 Inquirer News Info
MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippines is not solely relying on Russia for a coronavirus disease (COVID-19 vaccine) as it has already engaged at least 16 vaccine makers worldwide, the Department of Health (DOH) said Friday. "We already have about 16 vaccine manufacturers na may different stages na tayo ng pakikipag-usap. Ito ay through our bilateral partners," Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said in an online media forum. The Philippines will conduct Phase 3 of clinical trials of Russia's Sputnik-V vaccine from October 2020 to March 2021. The human testing phase will be funded by the Russian government and will be done simultaneously in Manila and Moscow. READ: … Keep on reading: ‘Not just Russia’: DOH says PH in talks with 16 COVID-19 vaccine makers
   Bello denies PH easing ban on deployment of nurses abroad  2020/08/14 04:17:33 Inquirer Global NAtion
MANILA, Philippines --- Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Friday belied reports that the Philippine government has eased the overseas deployment ban on Filipino nurses, saying this is "totally untrue." In a statement, Bello warned the public that any overseas deployment of nurses is "deemed illegal" unless expressly authorized by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POAE). "Our attention was called on reports that the government has relaxed the restrictions on the deployment of nurses abroad," the labor chief said."This is totally untrue. The ban imposed on the deployment of nurses stays." Bello reiterated that the overseas deployment ban on nurses is pursuant… Keep on reading: Bello denies PH easing ban on deployment of nurses abroad

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