A netizen's call to boycott businesses owned by the Villars is gaining ground on Twitter despite their move to woo millennials.
Senator Risa Hontiveros has opposed the Villars' possible takeover of Manila Water Company, Inc. and Maynilad Water Services, Inc. as the government reviews the supposed "onerous" provisions of their concession agreement.
The Villars are already making headway in their rumored takeover of Manila Water Company, Inc. and Maynilad Water Services, Inc., as one family member is in charge of reviewing their concession agreement with government.
Mining companies owned by the Villars and Zamoras have been operating in the Caraga region for years without a document required under Republic Act 8371 or the Indigenous People’s Rights Act, the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples…
President Rodrigo Duterte prefers the Villars to take control of water distribution instead of the Ayalas and Manuel V. Pangilinan, who own Metro Manila's water concessionaires.
The Villars must have been in such a rush to apply for a congressional franchise for their power company that they didn't think of hiring a lawyer, much less a proofreader, to check the bill.
Around 60 workers from the Villars’ Boracay Sands Hotel in Station 3 of the now-closed popular island destination have been transferred to their new hotel in Las Piñas on the Villar SIPAG compound, Senator Cynthia Villar said.