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Poor farmers!

As Christmas rapidly approaches and Christmas wishes fill the air, the loudest we don’t hear are those that sound like “I need a job!” “I want a better job!” “Where will I find work?” “The economy grew at 6.9 percent but Vietnam beat us at 7.5. Is my future in Vietnam?”

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In cooperation with the Zambales Provincial Government, the Publishers Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PAPI) holds its 22nd National Press Congress, mandated under Presidential Proclamation No. 1187, on December 1-3, this year at the Balin Sambali Conference facility in Iba, Zambales. It will have “Towards a Stronger Media and Tourism Partnership for Socio-economic Development.” for its theme.

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Aided by constant rains as with the intensified campaign on using better seed varieties, the country is projected to see a record rice harvest of about 19.4 million metric tons for 2017, according to Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol.

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The country’s rice consumption may have slightly decreased, but rice wastage remains literally on the plate of millions of Filipinos.

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Last week, media outlets reported a World Bank study which praised the Philippines’ governance framework with respect to migrant workers. The report of the World Bank Group which was contained in their 2017 study entitled, “Migration to Opportunity: Overcoming Barriers to Labor Mobility in Southeast Asia” considered the Philippines as a model for policies concerning overseas workers.

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Nabawasan ang bilang ng mga Romblomanon na naghihirap ayon sa huling pag-aaral ng Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

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