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Hope for the poor?
Friday, 05.30.2014, 01:20am

All eyes are on Manila as about 600 delegates from 30 countries converge here today for the 23rd World Economic Forum (WEF) to discuss how the rapid East Asian economic growth could distribute its benefits more equitably among its 600 million people.

 

Too much’ politics foils Yolanda rehab
Friday, 05.30.2014, 01:10am
SURVIVORS of Typhoon Yolanda are bearing the brunt of “too much” politics that has been hampering rehabilitation efforts in severely hit areas in Eastern Visayas, an international relief agency said.
Big banks March bad loans ratio down at 2.16%
Thursday, 05.29.2014, 02:06am
THE country’s biggest banks managed to keep their bad loans ratio lower at the end of March compared with last year even with a recorded increase in lending, thanks to robust provisioning and prudent lending practices.
‘They were my mentors’
Tuesday, 04.29.2014, 09:11pm
In yesterday’s papers, Janet Lim-Napoles, primary suspect in the P10-billion PDAF scam, insisted that she was not the brains behind it and pointed instead to another.
Her lawyer, Bruce Rivera,  said “she is not the most guilty.” That being the case, she can qualify as a state witness, Rivera added.
Electric companies’ P20-B highway robbery thwarted
Sunday, 03.30.2014, 07:22pm
There were two big news stories in the past two days affecting the lives of millions of Filipinos in Metro Manila and adjacent towns, but which, surprisingly or unsurprisingly, were buried in the inside pages of mainstream newspapers and reported only as in-the-meantime items. Except for this paper, that is. It bannered this news, for which I’m proud to be part of it.
Liars all
Tuesday, 01.28.2014, 09:20pm
He is not the epitome of intelligence and good public service but his story about the breakfast meeting is revealing of Malacañang’s methods under Aquino.
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