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The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) is marking its 19th year as a state-run agency mandated to administer the National Health Insurance Program (NHIP). It was on February 14, 1995 when then President Fidel V. Ramos signed into law Republic Act 7875 as amended, signaling the birth of a whole…

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THE Mazda 6 and the Ford Ranger Wildtrak were recently adjudged the Car of the Year – Philippines (COTY-P) and Truck of the Year – Philippines (TOTY-P), respectively, at the 2013-2014 Car of the Year Awards Night at the Filinvest Tent in Filinvest, Alabang. Mazda also won three other awards,…

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TODAY starts the Year of the Wooden Horse. The year 2014 would be the year of an “aggressive and rebellious  Horse,” according to London-based international feng shui expert Marites Allen. “It’s going to be a very challenging year because the elements of water and earth are missing in the charts,”…

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CHINESE new year celebrations will not be complete without the sumptuous food on the table. Here are the top ten favorite Chinese New Year food in the Philippines. 1. Tikoy TIKOY is the most popular treat during Lunar New Year festivities in the Philippines, as iconic as the Chinese New…

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New Year brings new beginnings to endless possibilities! Century Park Hotel welcomes everyone with treats perfect for a delightful 2014. Experience the merriment at the Atrium Lounge on January 30, 2014 at 7pm and on January 31 at 12noon as we welcome the Year of the Wood Horse! Witness the…

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EVEN the continuous rains could not dampen everyone’s spirit as many esteemed guests and valued clients helped inaugurate Maybank’s newest branch in Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. The CDO-Lapasan Branch is Maybank’s 78th branch in the Philippines, and the bank’s 2nd branch in the city. The morning’s festivities started with…

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A week after the Chinese New Year, LRI Design Plaza is sponsoring a free feng shui talk “ Harmony in Design”, with the much requested feng shui expert Dr. Andy Tan as speaker for the third time on February 8, 2014, at 1:30 pm. Andy Tan is a physician by…

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IT’S the economy, stupid.” The quote has often been credited to then United States presidential candidate Bill Clinton, who was seeking to unseat President George H.W. Bush in 1992. In truth, the catchy one-liner was crafted by Democratic Party strategist James Carville, who also helped incumbent President Barack Obama defeat…

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THE Philippine economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP) growth, is seen to moderate in 2014 and the years ahead. Projections said that the country’s GDP may grow above six percent next year, or within the government’s 6.5-percent to 7.5-percent target. Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s projected the Philippine…

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WHILE the Philippines is seen to lead its neighboring countries in terms of growth, attracting job-generating foreign direct investments (FDI) remains a challenge. According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad), investment flow in the Philippines increased for the past few years but the country is still…

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