From aerospace and energy companies to the closing bells at the New York Stock Exchange, Chairman Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. focused on wooing the international business community to invest in the Philippines during his working visit to the United States.
This, while the Marcos government continued to be without a “little president” in the Philippines after Malacañang revealed that no new executive secretary had been chosen by the president to replace lawyer Vic Rodriguez.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has pointed out that recently approved rate increases for public utility vehicles (PUVs) will take effect October 3, 2022, but to deter some operators and drivers from imposing rate increases prematurely. .
The House approved the bill postponing the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections, and joined the Senate in approving the proposed SIM card registration bill.
These are some of the best stories from this Tuesday afternoon, September 20, 2022.
- From the palace
PBBM on a working visit to the United States
- PH links with South Korea, Norway
- Pinoy victim of road rage in the United States
- Farewell, Queen Elizabeth II
- Warning to irresponsible fathers
- Decongest the metropolis
- PH Covid-19 Update
- Laguesma confirmed
- Earthquake in Taiwan, typhoon in Japan
- Vhong Navarro rape case
- Quick Approval of SSS Salary Loan
- National identification system
- ‘Angat Buhay’
- New mining engineers
- New architects
- Weather update
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