Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pulse Asia: Poe, Sara Duterte, Bato, Tulfo join ‘Magic 12’ in 2019 Senate race survey

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Trade tensions are just one of the three biggest challenges for the global economy, IMF says

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The global economy faces three big challenges, said Tao Zhang, a deputy managing director for the International Monetary Fund.

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NEDA: Talk of overheating exaggerated, PH poised for further growth

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April 20, 2018 The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) allayed concerns about imminent risks of overheating, stressing that the country’s solid macroeconomic conditions and ongoing reforms make the economy disposed for sustained and even higher growth.

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These 11 countries could be the future of the global economy

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Chinese worker killed in mishap at Bataan power plant

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By: Greg Refraccion – @inquirerdotnet Inquirer, Apr 19, 2018 MARIVELES, BATAAN — A Chinese worker of a coal-fired power plant operated by the GN Power Corp. was killed by a steel beam that accidentally fell on his back on Wednesday in Alas-asin village here, police said.

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PH at a crossroads when it comes to fiscal incentives

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BY BEN KRITZ, TMT, Manila Times, Apr 19, 2018 IF we take the news reports from earlier this week at face value, we might draw the conclusion that a key part of the Philippine’s economic growth formula will be put in serious jeopardy once Congress starts deliberating on the second phase of the government’s comprehensive…

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Joblessness a blot on PHL’s growth lead

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By Melissa Luz T. Lopez, Businessworld, Apr 18, 2018 THE PHILIPPINES can be expected to lead growth across major Asian economies, except India, up to 2019, according to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report that nevertheless showed the country suffering the worst unemployment in Southeast Asia in the same years.

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Truck driver, run over by payloader, dies in Pangasinan

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By: Gabriel Cardinoza, Inquirer Northern Luzon, Apr 18, 2018 DAGUPAN CITY — A truck driver was killed on Tuesday night (April 17) after he was run over by a payloader in a quarry site at Tayug town in Pangasinan province, police said on Wednesday (April 18).

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China’s $1 billion white elephant

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Upswing in global growth won’t last forever; IMF says world must prepare now for leaner times ahead

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https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/04/1007502 While the world economy continues to show broad-based momentum, a new report released Tuesday by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is warning that there may be choppy seas ahead, caused by increasing protectionism or tit-for-tat trade wars.

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State-owned firms face overhaul

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Competition policy to separate commercial, regulatory functions of GOCCs By: Ben O. de Vera, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Apr 16, 2018 The government will rationalize the functions of state-run corporations such that they could no longer have commercial and regulatory mandates at the same time, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia said.

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Are you an OFW? Here are bad spending habits you need to break

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Know how to set financial goals, manage your income, and borrow money wisely by Don Kevin Hapal, Rappler, July 6, 2016 MANILA, Philippines – Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are often considered modern-day heroes. Their cash remittances help keep not only millions of families provided for, but also the Philippine economy afloat.

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Next generation digital experience: A new breed of client

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by Paud O’Keeffe, Aug 2017 While Generation X – or those born roughly between 1964 and 1980 – have adjusted to technological innovation and digital disruption, millennials are the ones actually propelling it. Most young people today will use online apps to shop for groceries, get a cab, read the news or find rental accommodation.

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The numbers behind China’s overseas development loan risks

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DoLE puts up 2 shelters for Pinoys in Kuwait

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BY WILLIAM DEPASUPIL, TMT, Manila Times, April 13, 2018 THE Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) will put up more shelter houses for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait waiting for their repatriation to the Philippines.

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NEDA: An island of earnest work in a storm of nasty politics

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Dominguez: Previous PH admins paved way for ‘golden age’ growth

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By: Ben O. de Vera, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Apr 13, 2018 CLARK FREEPORT ZONE-The “golden age of economic growth” being experienced by the Philippines was a result of reforms put in place by previous administrations, the head of the Duterte administration’s economic team acknowledged on Friday.

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These are five sticking points to a new Nafta deal

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Automation not a threat to Asian workers, says ADB

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Chief economist says new trade pacts will offset impact of US-China tariff fight by ZACH COLEMAN, Nikkei Asian Review deputy editor, Apr 12, 2018 A recent ADB report says, “The anxiety over automation is overblown.” © Reuters HONG KONG — Despite rising worries that artificial intelligence and robots will displace humans in a wide range…

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Gov’t announcement on uniforms triggers employee grievances

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Unions continue to rage against the ‘endo’ issue

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By Rene E. Ofreneo, Businessmirror – Apr 11, 2018 In 2017, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) issued Department Order No. 174, which tightened the rules on the registration of “legitimate” manpower agencies, now generally referred to as “service contractors”. Capitalization was increased to P5 million (from P3 million) and registration fee, from P25,000…

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Coal dead? Peak oil demand? Five takes on fossil fuels’ future

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By April 11, 2018 For all the buzz around wind, solar and electric cars, energy company executives had plenty to say Tuesday about the continuing role of fossil fuels and nuclear power at the Bloomberg New Energy Finance Future of Energy Summit.

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Robots will boost rather than destroy jobs, ADB says

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Here’s how technology is shaping the future of education

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China’s vast intercontinental building plan is gaining momentum

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18 Ways to be more positive at work

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Is personalized learning the future of education?

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2 patay sa bumagsak na construction crane sa Pasay City

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By: Alvin Barcelona, Inquirer, Apr 10, 2018 Nakilala na ang isa sa dalawang nasawi sa bumigay na crane sa bahagi ng Edsa sa Pasay City kaninang pasado ala-una ng tanghali.

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5 ways to promote a youth-friendly culture in the workplace

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India will take over from China to drive the third great wave of Asian growth – Deloitte

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