Philippine President's daughter officially runs for vice president post

Philippine President's daughter officially runs for vice president post

The eldest daughter of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Sara Duterte-Carpio, filed her candidacy for vice president on November 13, according to the Commission on Elections of the Philippines.
COVID-19 remains complicated in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia

COVID-19 remains complicated in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia

Thailand on September 23 reported 13,256 new COVID-19 infections and 131 fatalities, raising the national counts to 1.52 million and 15,884, respectively.
AC Energy reaches 1,000MW milestone in key Vietnam market

AC Energy reaches 1,000MW milestone in key Vietnam market

Vietnam becomes AC Energy’s largest market to date outside of the Philippines with its Vietnam-based renewable energy projects reached 1,000 MW in operation and under construction, of which 637 MW is the attributable capacity.
Philippines suspends AstraZeneca vaccine for under 60s

Philippines suspends AstraZeneca vaccine for under 60s

The Philippine health department suspended Thursday the use of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab for people under 60 after reports of blood clots overseas, in a setback for the country's already slow vaccine rollout.
Over 5,000 flee homes as storm Dujuan hits southern Philippines

Over 5,000 flee homes as storm Dujuan hits southern Philippines

More than 5,000 people had to evacuate to temporary shelters in the southern Philippines as tropical storm Dujuan brought heavy rains, submerging dozens of villages, according to the country’s disaster risk reduction and management agency.
New COVID-19 cases reported in Thailand, Philippines

New COVID-19 cases reported in Thailand, Philippines

Thailand on February 19 recorded 130 new COVID-9 cases and one more death, according to the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA).
Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand report many new COVID-19 cases on Feb. 8

Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand report many new COVID-19 cases on Feb. 8

The COVID-19 pandemic has still developed complicatedly in Southeast Asia with many new infections and deaths reported in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand on February 8.
ADB provides 25 million USD to help Philippines purchase COVID-19 vaccines

ADB provides 25 million USD to help Philippines purchase COVID-19 vaccines

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) announced on February 1 that it has allocated 25 million USD to help the Philippine government purchase COVID-19 vaccines.
New COVID-19 cases in Thailand, Philippines stay high

New COVID-19 cases in Thailand, Philippines stay high

Hanoi - Thailand confirmed 802 new cases of coronavirus infection on January 29, with Samut Sakhon province still reporting hundreds of cases daily.
Philippines: thousands evacuate over serious flooding

Philippines: thousands evacuate over serious flooding

Nearly 10,000 people fled their homes in the northeastern Philippines as heavy rain across the country caused widespread and severe flooding, leaving at least eight people dead, authorities said on December 20.
At least 10 killed, 390,000 displaced as Typhoon Goni hits Philippines

At least 10 killed, 390,000 displaced as Typhoon Goni hits Philippines

At least 10 people were killed and three others went missing in the Philippines when Typhoon Goni, the strongest storm so far this year, hit Luzon island’s southern part on November 1, according to the country’s Office of Civil Defence (OCD).
Philippines evacuates people ahead of 2020’s strongest storm

Philippines evacuates people ahead of 2020’s strongest storm

Philippine authorities on October 31 ordered the evacuation of thousands of residents in the southern part of Luzon island as storm Goni, the world’s strongest this year, is approaching the country.
Over 240 Vietnamese citizens in repatriated from Philippines

Over 240 Vietnamese citizens in repatriated from Philippines

A flight arranged on October 9 by Vietnamese authorities, the Vietnamese Embassy in the Philippines and Vietjet Air brought home more than 240 Vietnamese citizens stranded there due to COVID-19.
More than 240 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Philippines

More than 240 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Philippines

More than 240 Vietnamese citizens in the Philippines were brought home on a flight operated by VietJet on September 6.
Philippines-based Ayala Corporation boosts investment in local energy market

Philippines-based Ayala Corporation boosts investment in local energy market

Ayala Corporation is turning to ambitions in the Vietnamese energy market after its expansion plans in Australia have been thwarted.
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