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MANILA — The public is expected to monitor the wealth of President Benigno Aquino III considering that his predecessor, Read more

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Remittances from overseas Filipino workers climbed to $19.76 billion last year.

MANILA — The Philippines ranks as the fourth biggest recipient of remittances worldwide with an estimated $21.3-billion inflow this year, a new World Bank (WB) study showed.

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President Benigno Aquino III (l.) with predecessor Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo during his inauguration as 15th president of the Philippines.

MANILA — The public is expected to monitor the wealth of President Benigno Aquino III considering that his predecessor, former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, had earned as much as P76 million during her nine years at Malacañang.

MANILA — The electronics industry is expecting exports to hit $50 billion in six years and investments to reach $2 billion in 2011 from only $1 billion this year.
“We will double up in the coming years. We have finished the roadmap and we will hit $50 billion in exports by 2016,” Semiconductors and Electronics Industry of the Philippines (SEIPI) President Ernesto Santiago said in an interview with reporters.

MANILA — The Philippines is eyeing China, Malaysia and Middle Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar as new market for its banana exports, Agriculture Undersecretary for special concerns Berna Romulo-Puyat said yesterday.

MANILA — The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) clarified reports that the agency failed to liquidate some P27 million in cash advances.
OWWA chief Carmelita Dimzon said the report on the unliquidated cash advances was based on a Commission on Audit (COA) report done in 2009, and that her office had already submitted an updated liquidation statement.

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