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Providing an enabling environment at the crossroads of digital transformation

July 16,2018
Thank you Association of Philippine Correspondent Bank Officers (APCB) for the opportunity to speak and share the BSP’s initiatives.  ACPB President Arthur Vincent Chung, members, key players and stakeholders in correspondent banking, ladies and gentlemen, Good morning.  
 

Singapore revamps river quays

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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SINGAPORE - Water. For years, Singapore has taken a utilitarian view of it. Great for shipping, good for rinsing semiconductors. But for fun? No way.

And the best tourists in the w

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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LONDON - The best tourists in the world are the Japanese, followed by Americans and the Swiss, a survey based on views from hoteliers across Europe said Wednesday.

Fairytale Opulence of Cardiff

January 10, 2014
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WALES - Right in the middle of the bustling, cosmopolitan city of Cardiff, Wales, stands the massive 2000 year old Cardiff Castle. Each time I’ve passed through this city I’ve been drawn to walk by, admiring the long walls where various stone animals lounge; lions and jackals and bears, that peer down at me as I walk by. This year, I made a special point of visiting inside of the castle, allowing myself enough time to take a leisurely walking tour of the entire site including the lavish castle lodgings.

Colorado resorts wary of mari

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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DENVER - Colorado ski resorts and the state Tourism Office have chosen not to embrace out-of-state visitors who have come to buy legalized cannabis, creating an opportunity for a handful of small firms that are catering to marijuana tourists.

Ethiopia wants to attract tour

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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ADDIS ABABA - Ethiopia hopes to exploit growing business ties with China, India and Turkey to attract middle class visitors from those countries and boost its largely untapped tourism sector.

High-end global restaurants s

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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Chef Matteo Boglione, at the newly opened Le Cirque Signature in Mumbai, says that when he was getting started at the offshoot of one of New York’s elite restaurants he was told repeatedly: “We want more vegetables”.

Montmartre vintner bottles a b

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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PARIS - The famous hill of Montmartre, Paris’ bohemian enclave of artists, cafes and cabarets, is well known for its Sacre Coeur church, its spectacular views, and a flurry of tourists.

Emirates SkyCargo ends 2013 st

by Reuters on January 10, 2014
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DUBAI, U.A.E.,– Emirates SkyCargo, one of the largest and most progressive air cargo operators globally, has achieved another successful year with major milestones over the past twelve months. 

Cavite is next BPO hub

by ALBERT CASTRO on January 09, 2014
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Cavite is poised to be the next BPO hub mega-Manila if you ask property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle Philippines. 

Major Homes launches first mob

January 09, 2014
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Noted for its innovative “Space” condormitel developments, property developer Major Homes has  delivered the first mobile model unit in the country.

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Tomodachi Tangle

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By BERNARD KARGANILLA | July 19,2018
‘Jose Rizal’s life is serialized as a Japanese manga (comics).’

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The Departure Lounge

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By PHILIP S. CHUA | July 19, 2018
‘Growing old is a great privilege denied many. Let us relish every second we have left.’