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Building a resilient economy

THE ANNOUNCEMENTS that Nokia, Wells Fargo, and Honda will be minimizing or shutting down their business operations in the Philippines have been met with...

Inquiries and the future for the Philippine youth

THE YOUTH are the torchbearers of the future. They not only hold our dreams in their hands, they also hold the means by which...

Improving the Philippine economic engine

A COUNTRY’S economy can be likened to a big engine. And just like an actual engine, it has to be fine-tuned, tweaked, or even...

An intergenerational response to climate change

THE ISSUE of our changing climate can be a matter of a few degrees — specifically, about 1.5 degrees Celsius.

REITs: Real Estate and Economic Development

IN OUR COUNTRY, the main tools of financial stability have traditionally been savings, usually through a bank account, and having a job. However, there...

Avoiding the loss of livestock during disasters

THE TAAL Volcano eruption has taken a terrible toll on the lives of our fellow Filipinos. The misery of being evacuated and relocated, perhaps...

Protecting our OFWs

WE ARE, indeed, living in interesting times. With tensions in the Middle East are escalating, our government aims to protect and extend services to...

Wishes for the New Year

WE HAVE a new year ahead of us, with new opportunities, beginnings, and second chances. Filipinos are big believers in starting the year right, and we...

The gift of dignity and just compensation

THE STRENGTH of an organization arises not just from its leaders, but also its people. Their passion and motivation are important factors; if the...

Rising to the challenge of making PH education world-class

BY NOW, more details about the PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) results for the Philippines have been bandied about in various media channels....

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