President Rodrigo Duterte assured governors and mayors that his administration was willing to provide sovereign guarantee to their loan projects as long as these would be for the development of provinces, towns and cities.
Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez
The public wanted a big fish and Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez delivered a monster.
President Rodrigo Duterte speaks fondly of his childhood buddy’s, Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez, hotel business that he admits to wanting to get into the lodging business himself.
Former environment Secretary Gina Lopez knew the odds were against her in winning the war against mining companies.
President Rodrigo Duterte may be the boss of Cabinet officials, but he appears to lack the resolve to rally them together and stop them from bickering, Politiko fans said.
Oh how we miss the good old days of the Aquino administration when the turf war only involved two camps: Balay and Samar.
President Rodrigo Duterte has reaffirmed his support for Environment Secretary Gina Lopez and her campaign to make the Philippines mining free in the face of resistance from Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez and Executive Secretary Salvador…
President Rodrigo Duterte will have the final say on the closure and suspension of mining companies in the country amid the simmering feud between Environment Secretary Gina Lopez and Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez.
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez has accused Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez of plotting to “usurp” the powers of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez gave Environment Secretary Gina Lopez a subtle put-down to remind her of her precarious place in Cabinet of President Rodrigo Duterte.
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It was one of his biggest campaign promises but President Rodrigo Duterte came to a rude awakening when he realized that President Benigno Aquino was right all along in vetoing the P2,000 increase in pension benefits of the Social Security…
President Rodrigo Duterte’s relentless use of profanities and criticism of other countries could put the Philippines’ access to foreign aid and the viability of Philippine exports at risk, Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez has admitted.