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    The local government of Manila launched Monday morning the “Bagong Maynila Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS)” at the Manila City Hall. Lawyer Paul Vega, chief of the Manila Business Permits and Licenses Office (BPLO), said that Manilenos now only have to go through three steps in just one window to apply for a business […]

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Coleen Garcia may bagong tattoo

  MULING ibinalandra ni Coleen Garcia ang maputi at makinis niyang pigi sa Instagram, kamakailan. May dahilan naman siya at hindi ‘yung tipong gusto lang niyang paglawayin ang mga lalaking patay na patay sa kanya. Yes, may bagong tattoo na ipinalagay ang aktres sa maselang bahaging iyon ng kanyang katawan at proud lamang siyang i-update […]

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Coffee could soon be extinct

  RESEARCHERS from the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens in the United Kingdom warn that wild spe­cies of coffee may soon go extinct. Sixty percent of these wild species is threatened by climate change, deforestation, diseases and drought. They are vital for developing coffee crop production to support the global demand for coffee. Arabica, the most […]

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Concerned lang ang mister mo

  ANG column na ito ay ginawa para sa mga taong may suliranin sa buhay na gusto ng agarang solusyon! Walang maliit o malaking problema, lahat dito, pantay-pantay! Huwag niyo nga lang seseryosohin kasi hindi lahat ng mababasa niyo dito totoo! Good vibes lang! Simulan na natin! *  *  * Hi Alex, May kaibigan ako […]

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In pursuit of banking excellence

  THE Bankers Institute of the Philippines (BAIPHIL), one of the country’s leading organizations dedicated to the pursuit of banking excellence, celebrated another milestone last week with the induction of BAIPHIL’s officers and committee chairpersons for 2019-2020. BAIPHIL supports the banking industry through continuing education, research, and information exchange while upholding the values of good […]

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What the people hope to hear today

  THE nation will tune today to hear what President Duterte has to stay in his annual State of the Nation Address (SONA). It is officially an address to the two chambers of Congress – the Senate and the House of Representatives – sitting in joint session at the start of the new 18th Congress. […]

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