The Department of Energy and the Department of Finance are making some statements and moves to help curb the effects of rising oil prices.
The Department of Energy has asked the Senate and House of Representatives for the power to suspend excise tax on fuel.
The DOF announced no more increases for automobiles, warns consumers of profiteers
Nissan Philippines posted positive growth in 2018 with 40% growth, securing its spot as one of the leading brands in the Philippines.
We looked back at how the TRAIN law affected fuel prices last year and compared it to the 2017 data.
Better to ready your pockets and plan your budget wisely this year.
The Association of Vehicle importers and Distributors, Inc. reports decline for the first half of 2018, pointing fingers to TRAIN Law and expensive fuel.
Hyundai PH remains unbothered though.
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Find out how the excise tax affected your favorite car brand.
Only the Navara pickup truck and the NV350 Urvan Cargo retained or dropped their prices.
A couple of Japanese car brands increase their prices.
The excise tax might actually work in your favor in some cars.
Ford, Kia, and Mitsubishi star in this week’s price update.
Fret not about excise tax as Subaru Forester is offering the Forester at its 2017 prices.
Some brands increased/decreased prices, while others stayed the same.
Visayas and Mindanao prices are to follow.
Take note, though, that fuel price adjustments in the world market also affect its local retail value.
Go on. Take your pick.