Miriam endorses MVP for president

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Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago yesterday endorsed business tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan as president in next year’s 2016 May elections. Speaking before employees of Maynilad, a water utility firm which Pangilinan ...

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Jollibee set to open first store in Canada

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Jollibee Foods Corp., the biggest fastfood chain in the Philippines, will open its first store in Canada this year. Jollibee chief finance officer Ysmael Baysa said in an interview ...

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PAL flies to New York in March 2015

5 years ago

Philippine Airlines is flying to the Big Apple, New York City, on March 15, 2015, marking the carrier’s much- awaited network expansion to the US east coast. In announcing ...

Canada Sees More Trade With Philippines

5 years ago

Canada is eyeing the Philippines as one of its top development and trade partners. In a press luncheon held recently in Manila, Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Reeder ...

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