Tag Archives: San Miguel Corporation

Renaldo Balkman (photo by Peter Paul Baltazar)

Renaldo Balkman ‘logically’ fit for SMB

Renaldo Balkman’s lifetime ban is lifted although there is no clear picture as of yet on where he will play. Unless the unthinkable happens, the safest presumption right now is to see him land on one of the San Miguel Corporation squads.

SMC Don’t Beat Around The Bush!

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), its member Nuclear Free Bataan Movement (NFBM) and the people of Limay, Bataan told SMC Global Power Holdings Corp. to stop avoiding the real issue and refrain from misleading the people in what is actually happening in the ground.

Press Conference

Climate Justice Group Condemns San Miguel Corporation and Petron, Demands Closure of the Petron Coal Plant in Limay, Bataan

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), the largest climate justice group in the Philippines, calls for the urgent cessation of the operations and construction of the existing coal-fired power plants in Limay, Bataan owned by San Miguel Corporation and Petron due to incessant reported environmental and health cases.

Groups to DENR: Suspend Coal-Fired Power Plant Operations in Limay, Bataan now

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) urged the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to issue a total suspension of the operations of the coal-fired power plants owned by San Miguel Corporation and Petron in Limay, Bataan after several reports revealed the environmental and health violations committed by the said establishments.

Climate Justice Group Condemns San Miguel Corporation and Petron, Demands Closure of The Petron Coal Plant in Limay, Bataan

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), the largest climate justice group in the Philippines, calls for the urgent cessation of the operations and construction of the existing coal-fired power plants in Limay, Bataan owned by San Miguel Corporation and Petron due to incessant reported environmental and health cases.

Calabarzon industrial workers and farmers merge ranks to demand return of coco levy funds

LAGUNA. As the “Martsa ng Magsasaka” enters its fourth day, they were welcomed by labor unions from the Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino – Southern Tagalog chapter (BMP-ST), who hosted a program at Calamba to express their solidarity with the coco farmers.

Coco Levy Funds Issue: Group Asks Candidates to Stop ‘Washing Their Dirty Hands’

PARTYLIST coalition Sanlakas called out all candidates vying for national positions to cease finger-pointing and politicking for “all of them are liable in varying degrees” for the much-delayed release of the 93 billion peso coco levy funds to the coconut farmers.”.

Telcos view: San Miguel’s control of 700 MHz spectrum seen as ‘anti-competitive’

Local telecommunications companies have described as ‘anti-competition’ San Miguel Corporation’s hold over the entire 700 MHz band, reiterating calls for the frequency to be equitably distributed in a transparent manner among existing operators and new entrants.

ITU urges utilization of 700 MHz frequency to help bridge the digital divide

The ITU believes that using the 694-790 MHz frequency for mobile broadband will go a long way in enabling the bridging of the digital divide worldwide, and will benefit handsets, supply chain, roaming, rural coverage, and other aspects of mobile communications.