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Porsche Philippines organizes its first cars and coffee gathering

A few weekends ago, Porsche Philippines organized “cars and coffee” gathering inside its EDSA, Greenhills showroom with the motoring media. Together with the brand new Porsche cars on sale inside the showroom, on display were three highly collectible and classic first generation Porsche 911 and 912 sports cars carefully curated for the event. Present during […]

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Cops on motorbikes vs hoodlums on motorbikes

Hoodlums who attack in pairs aboard motorcycles, colloquially known as “riding in tandem,” may soon meet their match in Quezon City cops. The city’s police force has received 150 new motorbikes from the local government to patrol the streets against these hoodlums. The city government on Wednesday turned over the bikes, as well as 485 […]

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Marcos Hi-way PUJs rerouted due to LRT-2 works

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) implemented starting October 18 a traffic rerouting scheme for public utility jeepneys (PUJs) plying Marcos Highway to help ease congestion in the area where two malls are located and construction of a rail extension project is in progress. Jeepneys going to Antipolo City and Cainta in Rizal province will […]

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Toyota invests P5.2B in CARS program

Market leader Toyota Motor Philippines Corp. (TMP) has invested P5.2 billion so far in its commitment to the government’s CARS program, noting that such investment will help drive the goal of “advancing Philippine manufacturing.” In a statement on Wednesday, TMP said it initially invested P3.2 billion in June last year to comply with the requirements […]

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DOF: Fuel marking to generate P20-billion additional revenues

The fuel marking system to be implemented early next year as part of the first tax reform package will generate P20 billion in additional revenues for the government and combat oil smuggling, Department of Finance officials said. Commissioner Isidro S. Lapeña told reporters recently that the DOF-attached Bureau of Customs had already created a technical […]

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MPIC invests P2.5B to add lanes to NLEX

Infrastructure giant Metro Pacific Investments Corp. spent around P2.5 billion to add lanes in the North Luzon Expressway, a move it said was aimed at improving traffic flow and reducing road congestion. The plan involved the addition of 64 lane kilometers between the Bulacan and Pampanga portions of the NLEx. It was led by Metro […]

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2017 United States Grand Prix: Hamilton favored to win it all in Austin

The United States Formula 1 Grand Prix P has been won by Lewis Hamilton three times when he was driving for Mercedes AMG. The Brit also won the inaugural race while driving for McLaren back in 2012. Hamilton even clinched the drivers title twice with Austin playing a pivotal role in his title battle, in […]

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Four ferocious Ford Focuses heading to SEMA

Ford always goes all out at SEMA, and for the 2017 show, it is promising the biggest stand of any original equipment manufacturer.

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Schumacher’s Ferrari F1 world championship car to go under the hammer

Are you a Ferrari F1 fan? A die-hard Michael Schumacher supporter? A high-end collector? Do you have around $4,000,000.00 to spare? If you said yes, to any of those, especially the last one, then Sotheby’s, in cooperation with Ferrari has something for you. To celebrate Ferrari’s 70 years in Grand Prix racing, the Scuderia has […]

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MMDA lifts number coding for Monday transport strike

In its bid to help the riding public on the first day of the transport strike, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has lifted the number coding for Monday. In an advisory posted on its social media accounts, the MMDA said: “UVVRP is lifted tomorrow, October 16, 2017, for all private and public vehicles to help the riding public […]

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Oct 18, 2017

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Oct 11, 2017

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