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SUZUKI Philippines has been a long-time player in the country’s motoring industry. Suzuki motorcycles were made available in the country in 1959 when Rufino D. Antonio and Associates Inc., handled its nationwide distribution. In July 10, 1975, a joint venture between Suzuki Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan) and Rufino D. Antonio…

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THROUGH HARI Foundation Inc. (HFI), the official representative of the Hyundai brand in the Philippines, the carmaker has been undertaking its unique kind of CSR by making the youth conscious on the need to face the challenges of climate change. Maria Fe Perez-Agudo, president and chief executive officer of Hyundai…

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WITH the domestic car sales expected to undergo a surge in the next few years, with some quarters projecting 500,000 units by 2020, market leader Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) is taking steps to assure that its service and maintenance personnel can meet its standards. But beyond training its pool…

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As liberalization ushers in foreign competition, sluggards are bound to shape up “Liberalization is net positive for the industry, as it compels local banks to shape up under such competitive business climate.” OPENING up the banking industry has begun ushering foreign lenders into the country, and the competition is expected…

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Brisk demand braces PH real estate industry for Asean integration THE Philippine real estate industry is strong on all fronts – residential, commercial, and industrial – and leaders are betting it will take some time before price bubbles develop and burst. In tip-top shape, the sector stands to benefit from…

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FOR an economy that has been growing at an annual average of 6.3 percent (2010-2014), demand for electric power is expectedly hard to match with adequate supply. The imbalance becomes even starker if economic growth steps up to 7 to 8 percent as forecast for the next two years (2016…

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IT has been more than two decades since the internet invaded Philippine cyberspace, and today Filipinos are among the world’s pace setters in demand growth with which telecom providers are finding hard to catch up. Who could have expected that online social media service Twitter would generate more than 25…

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The Manila Times has produced distinguished editorial cartoonists who drew comic strips depicting the political landscape of the times and the social issues faced by Filipinos. One of its exceptional cartoonists was Severino “Nonoy” Marcelo. Marcelo was born in Malabon City in 1939 and graduated from the Institute of Arts…

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SPARKING and spiking, volleybelles Alyssa Valdez and Rachel Anne Daquis rose to the fame of being the triumphant face of the Philippines’ premiere collegiate leagues and the epitome of discipline. The “Phenom” Valdez stunned the local sports world with her prowess as she played hard for the Ateneo de Manila…

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