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A time of flux in China

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Even as I write this, the “umbrella revolution” in Hong Kong is continuing, with crowds still filling up the streets, the footage in CNN an eerie reminder of the scenes on Edsa, although most Chinese refer to another event: the student gathering at Tiananmen Square that ended in bloodshed.

Posted: October 1st, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Is President serious about term extension?

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President Aquino took off Sunday on a five-nation tour of Europe, leaving the home front in turmoil over whether he would seek another six-year term after the end of his administration next year.

Posted: September 15th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Third-poorest in Southeast Asia?

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From 2005 to 2010, the Philippines went from fifth-poorest to third-poorest country in Southeast Asia, as estimated by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) with a new “Asian regional poverty line” of $1.51/person/day (ppp, 2005 prices), as published in its August 2014 special report, “Poverty in Asia: A Deeper Look.”

Posted: September 13th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

The economy grew—so what?

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Betterment of economic wellbeing requires the pie to grow faster than the number of people it serves. In the past year, the Philippine population grew from 98.0 million to 99.7 million.

Posted: September 6th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Charter change: Why Beijing Would Love It

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The push to amend the Constitution is underway. The focus is on watering down and eventually nullifying the so-called nationalist provisions of the charter, which, proponents claim, constitute the central obstacle to sustained growth. The pro-charter change lobby in Congress derives its inspiration from economists such as Gerry Sicat, who, as head of the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) during the Marcos dictatorship, presided over one of the most disastrous periods in Philippine economic history, and Bernie Villegas, the free market ideologue who is the toast of the foreign business community.

Posted: August 30th, 2014 in Columns,Viewpoints | Read More »

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  • Zamboanga City passes ordinance banning pyrotechnics
  • Sulu brigade commander relieved over friendly fire that killed 6 soldiers
  • Customs files smuggling raps vs Batangas rice importer
  • CHR: Zamboanga City rehabilitation of siege victims not compliant with laws
  • Sports

  • Kiefer Ravena thanks ‘the real MVPs’, vows Ateneo comeback in UAAP 2015
  • Venus Williams out of China Open with viral illness
  • Asian Games: Indian boxer facing action over medal snub
  • Michael Phelps highly intoxicated during arrest
  • NU makes UAAP history, beats Ateneo, to face FEU in finals
  • Lifestyle

  • Don Moen returns to Manila for Oct. 17 concert
  • An essential rainy day supplement: Conzace
  • She prefers her ‘adobo’ dry, herbed, marinated in red wine vinegar
  • Malaysian student takes law in New Zealand through scholarship
  • Giant button gives mall goers a big surprise
  • Entertainment

  • Fil-Am gets standing ovation from ‘The Voice’ coaches
  • Critically acclaimed ‘Whiplash’ to screen in PH Oct. 15
  • Bollywood heartthrob Roshan warns fans against obsession
  • Luis Manzano’s Angel also his ‘first lady’
  • Richard Poon album launch
  • Business

  • PSEi retreats after Wall Street bloodbath
  • BIR to appeal local court ruling exempting Filipino ADB employees from income tax
  • 2 lawmakers want government takeover of ‘gensets’ to address power shortage
  • Angry Birds maker Rovio says up to 130 jobs to go
  • Asian stocks down on recovery, Ebola worries
  • Technology

  • CMO Mobile Summit returns for a second year
  • US firm says phone app spies on Hong Kong protesters
  • Microsoft skips Windows 9 to stress advances
  • Netizens blast sexy model for using cop connection to beat traffic violation
  • Palace backs prepaid SIM registration
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, October 2, 2014
  • We stand in Central
  • Questions
  • Political ferment in Hong Kong
  • Recto in a time of disenchantment
  • Global Nation

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  • Saudi Arabia: 2 million in Mecca for start of hajj
  • Philippine Army recognizes its Golan peacekeepers
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