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Daily Archives: February 25, 2018

PAL repatriates 1.2K OFWs from Kuwait

A total of 1,240 distressed Filipinos have so far been flown back home from Kuwait by flag carrier Philippine Airlines since President Rodrigo Duterte called for the repatriation of Overseas Filipino Workers suffering from maltreatment from their employers.

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Cybercriminals focus on cryptocurrencies

Information technology security firm Trend Micro Inc. said online schemes taking advantage of the hype around cryptocurrencies are on the rise. Digital currencies have become a hot investment and a valuable innovation in online commerce.

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CCP pushes ‘Huseng Batute’ project

Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) president Arsenio “Nick” Lizaso lauds the Huseng Batute project which was presented by Tanghalang Banyuhay of Valenzuela City in a program held at the Club Filipino in San Juan City.

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News spins threaten growth, says expert

Manufactured controversies are threatening the economic growth of the Philippines, a leading policy expert on global market warned on Wednesday.

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Mobile number portability bill gets Senate approval

Mobile phone users are close to maintaining their digital identity after the Senate recently approved on third and final reading a bill which will allow mobile users to switch between network providers without losing their phone number.

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Government NBP firmed up after NGCP, DICT pact

Eletricity network operator National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) have reached a mutual decision to move forward in relation to NGCP’s fiber optic capacity that will be made available to third parties in the implementation of the National Broadband Program (NBP).

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Ex-bank employee reveals miraculous healing

With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26).

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DND and military brass clear Bong Go

Almost everyone was riveted to their TV set last Monday when Special Assistant to the President Secretary Christopher “Bong” Go faced the Senators as he boldly denied intervening in the procurement of two new Navy ships under the military’s modernization program.

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Senatoriables for a powerhouse team

The famous thinker and philosopher Peirre Teilhard de Chardin once said that “The universe, as we know it, is a joint product of the observer and the observed.”

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Last call for the BSP

Teaser: The Philippines is one of the economically well-founded emerging markets countries – therefore it gives reason to raise more than an eyebrow when the monetary policy plays with fire.

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