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Hyundai Plans Ship Repair Yard at Subic Bay for Philippine Navy

The Maritime Executive 29 Jun 2022
Opened last May, the facility is now a homeport for Philippine Navy ships ... In March 2022, the Philippines reported that it had selected U.S.-based equity investment firm Cerberus Management Capital with Agila Naval to operate the southern portion of the site as a commercial shipyard.
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'The Manila Times 500 and the Next 500' rolls out

The Manila Times 29 Jun 2022
Euney Mata-Perez, Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines executive vice ... president; and Sheila Lobien, Lobien Realty Group chief executive officer write about investment reforms, the Philippine capital market and the country's real estate industry, respectively.
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Philippines’ infrastructure woes in focus as Marcos takes reins

Al Jazeera 29 Jun 2022
Manila, Philippines – As a young engineer in the early 1980s, Edgardo Perea worked on a project that he hoped would bring a reliable supply of clean water to households throughout Metro Manila ... In 1986, the Philippines People Power revolution led to the removal of dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
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This time it’s not different

Manila Bulletin 29 Jun 2022
Yet in the 1960s, Sri Lanka, Burma now Myanmar, and the Philippines were considered as the most promising developing countries ... Yes, the similarities between the Philippines and Sri Lanka are unmistakable particularly in our common failure to fully convert investment to capital stock ... It was once a big hurdle for the Philippines, too.
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Some CEOs aren't a fan of HR

The Manila Times 29 Jun 2022
Ernie Cecilia is the chairman of the Human Capital Committee and the Publication Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AmCham); chairman of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines' (ECOP's) TWG on Labor Policy and Social Issues; and past president of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).
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Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 0600 GMT, June 28

China.dot.org 28 Jun 2022
MANILA -- The Philippines' Davao City wants Chinese investors to take advantage of the bright business climate and the myriad business opportunities offered by the city, especially in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors ... (Philippines-Davao City-Chinese Investment).
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PCCI urges new Congress to prioritize internet bill

Manila Bulletin 28 Jun 2022
It can be recalled that in 2014, the Philippines’ average internet speed was 3.6 megabits per second (Mbps), an astounding 57.4 difference to Singapore’s 61 Mbps ... Despite being dubbed as the “Social Media Capital of the World”, Philippine internet was truly in a sorry state.” I am happy to note, however, that times have changed,” he said.
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CHED, partners kickstart SUC Fair 2022

Manila Bulletin 28 Jun 2022
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED), together with the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges National Capital Region, and the Philippine Normal UNiversity (PNU), on Tuesday, June 28, officially launched the four-day SUC Fair 2022 at the SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Music Hall.
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Philippines-China energy sharing dead in the water

Asiatimes 28 Jun 2022
“The lifting of the suspension places the service contractors under a legal obligation to put capital into the contract areas and hire Filipino engineers and technical workers,” the Philippine energy secretary said, calling on domestic and international investors to resume energy exploration activities in the disputed areas.
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Carvajal: The virtues of socialism

Sun Star 28 Jun 2022
In the mistaken belief that communism’s violent ways are also those of socialism, we have been dissuaded from questioning our neo-liberal capitalist economy that works principally for the welfare of the owners of land and capital and only incidentally for non-owners or workers.
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I flew out of what was once considered the worst airport in the world. Except ...

Business Insider 28 Jun 2022
Flying with Philippine Airlines via business class from Ninoy Aquino International Airport ... Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the main airport of Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Ninoy Aquino International Airport ... national carrier, Philippine Airlines (PAL).
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Antipolo’s International Shrine

Manila Bulletin 28 Jun 2022
With the approval of this petition, the International Shrine becomes the first of its kind in the Philippines and joins three other shrines in Asia in that exclusive list ... It is an honor to have one of them here in the Philippines at the city of Antipolo, also known as the Pilgrimage Capital of the country.
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Dr. Clarita Carlos, the nemesis of 'groupthink'

The Manila Times 28 Jun 2022
Clarita Reyes Carlos was a retired professor of political science at the University of the Philippines ... She has also issued statements that her focus will also be on climate change, much needed in the calamity capital of the world, which is the Philippines.
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DOH projects over 17K Covid-19 cases per day by end of July

Manila Bulletin 28 Jun 2022
The number of new Covid-19 cases per day in the Philippines could reach up to more than 17,000 by the end of July if the public’s compliance with the minimum public health standards will continue to decline, the Department of Health (DOH) said on Tuesday, June 28.
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BPI AMTC appoints new president and CEO

The Manila Times 27 Jun 2022
She has also held various leadership positions at the Fund Managers Association of the Philippines, Trust Officers Association of the Philippines, Capital Markets Development Committee of the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Market Governance Board of Philippine ...

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