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33's Anniversary Report

Grappling with the Yolanda pro

by ANGELA CELIS on January 22, 2016
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THE AQUINO administration faced many challenges during its term, many of which it was able to overcome. One of the biggest it faced however is the significant impact brought by natural calamities, such as when super typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines in 2013, practically wiping out several provinces in the Visayas.

Rosy outlook for Philippine ci

by Myla Iglesias on January 22, 2016
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MORE than a year after the Philippines regained aviation ratings upgrade from US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) the country has been competing fiercely in the US market.

Anti-poverty program needs ref

by ANGELA CELIS on January 22, 2016
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THE AQUINO administration declared the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), a conditional cash transfer (CCT) scheme that provides direct financial support to the country’s poorest families, as its key anti-poverty program at the start of its term.

Tourism growth bests regional,

by ROMINA CABRERA on January 22, 2016
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A GREATER support, awareness and appreciation for tourism initiatives, not only by the government but Filipinos themselves, have shaped the unprecedented growth of the industry for the last five years despite a multitude of problems.

Shifting gears from visitor ar

by ROMINA CABRERA on January 22, 2016
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AS THE Department of Tourism (DOT) is set to miss its visitor arrival target this year, the government is now setting its sights on bigger economic prospects of the industry despite hitting only half of its 10-million tourist goal in 2015.

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January 22, 2016
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Mondelēz International continues to put smiles on people’s faces through its delicious, globally-loved, and locally-made products. Formerly known as Kraft Foods, it aims to create delicious moments of joy not only through products like Oreo,  Toblerone and Tang, but also through the impact it is making in communities where it operates. 

Green developer eyes IT-BPM ma

January 22, 2016
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“We are bullish on the VisMin market given its fast paced growth in the past few years. We believe that Cebu, being a global hub in this part of the country, plays a major role in further lifting Central and Southern Philippines’ economy,”shares Angie de Villa – Lacson, ArthaLand’s president and CEO. 

Construction of ArthaLand’s fl

January 22, 2016
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THE CONSTRUCTION of ArthaLand’s premium-grade office project located at the corner of 5th Avenue and 30th Street in Bonifacio Global City is now in full swing. The flagship project is set to be delivered beginning the third quarter of 2017.

Tourism as a success story

by ROMINA CABRERA on January 22, 2016
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DESPITE being unable to hit its primary visitor arrival target, the overall growth of the tourism industry under the leadership of President Aquino is seen as a success story by both the public and private sectors.

Villar wants school field trip

January 22, 2016
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SEN. CYNTHIA VILLAR said school field trips should include farm tourism destinations in order to promote the career in agriculture as a worthwhile endeavor among the youth.

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Wyoming, we want our bells back!

By DAHLI ASPILLERA | July 26,2017
‘I uphold and stand for the entirety of President Duterte’s SONA... Also for his demand for the return of the Balangiga Bells whose fate I wrote about 22 years ago.’

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‘Assassination’

By DODY LACUNA | July 26, 2017
‘The possible assassination of the very popular Duterte by the CPP/NPA would likely lead to an intense civil unrest, with the military suddenly cracking down on leftist groups, the opposition and the media.’