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London restaurateur named ‘face of Filipina power ‘17’

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LONDON -- Local restaurateur Rowena Romulo, whose thriving Filipino heritage restaurant Romulo Café made it to Tatler Restaurant Guide 2018, was named this year’s face of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN).

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Jeepney modernization program draws cheers, jeers

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That dream became a reality in 2004. And since then, Marquises has been driving in the cities of Makati and Taguig without worrying by the end of the day that he has to work even harder so he could pay for the jeep’s amortization or rental, more commonly known as “boundary.”

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Filipino chefs around the world to star in new cookbook

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Filipino chefs, restaurateurs and food writers will be included in the forthcoming book The Migrant Filipino Kitchen, an anthology of personal stories and recipes from Filipino chefs around the world.

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Career opportunities continue to knock in PH

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When it comes to career opportunities and salaries in sectors such as accounting, finance, banking, human resources and IT, there will be “nothing but growth” for the Philippines in the coming year, says a recent survey by an international recruitment company.

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Tax reform bill will increase electric bills - Bayan Muna

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The Senate version of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) is generally the same with the House version of the tax reform bill and is still anti-poor, a solon warned on Sunday. Dec. 3.

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Women in Japan too exhausted to date, says survey

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Could some R & R be the answer to boosting Japan’s declining population?

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Farmers urged to shift to climate change-ready rice varieties

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The Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) has developed 14 climate change-ready varieties of rice that could help farmers withstand extreme weather conditions in the country, according to a multiawarded scientist.

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Largest ‘chickenjoy’ processing plant in PH opens

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A joint venture between American agribusiness giant Cargill and homegrown fast food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) has inaugurated a new poultry processing facility in Santo Tomas, Batangas, touted as the largest chicken processing facility in the country.

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Manufacturing expected to grow by 10% in 2018

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The manufacturing industry is expected to grow by more than 10 percent next year after hitting recently the highest quarterly growth in nearly a decade, said Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez.

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Honoring PH dairy farmers: Nueva Ecija buffalo cited in ‘Kalabaw Cup’

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SCIENCE CITY OF MUÑOZ -- Leonora was in Quezon town in Nueva Ecija province, some 30 kilometers away, unaware of the accolades she got last week from 500 farmers and dairy operators here.

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