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IMAGES of the burning Resorts World Hotel and the Grenfell Tower (in London) are grim reminders of one of the constant horrors we face today.
THE Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is not only the country’s central monetary authority. Over the years, it has also taken on a unique role of promoting appreciation of our country’s rich culture and history.
BASED on what I read in the papers and what I hear on air, I get the feeling that the greater majority of our population currently support President Duterte’s declaration of martial law in Mindanao.
THE President’s unorthodox diplomatic moves have once again drawn mixed reactions.
Veterans at the DFA are once more scratching their heads at the President’s “undiplomatic” pronouncements.
IN THE two previous articles, we reported on President Rody Duterte’s ambitious public infrastructure program by which this administration hopes to further accelerate the momentum of economic growth.
THE Duterte administration has rolled out a strategy of launching a massive infrastructure program, which his economic planners believe will be the linchpin to a sustained and inclusive growth.
OF HIS many personal traits, President Rody Duterte’s candor easily stands out. He admits to lack of knowledge of economics.
“I don't even understand those graphs,” he once told a gathering of fellow Bedans.
LAST year, I gave my own message to graduates. This time around, I yield my space to friends, mostly from social media, who wish to share their own advice.
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