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(Speech delivered before the faculty and students of Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand, on August 14, 2014 on the occasion of its 80th Founding Anniversary.) I have accepted your invitation to speak before you today with great trepidation. And as I walk the halls of this revered and proud institution,…

JOAQUIN ‘CHINO‘ ROCES

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HE would have chosen to be a caretaker of their family cattle farm in Bukidnon and enjoyed obscurity rather than to suffer the consequences of being a media man in midst of colonialism and authoritarianism. Joaquin “Chino” P. Roces never imagined that he would inherit the management of the family-owned…

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WHEN the martial law regime closed it down in 1972, The Manila Times had been for 27 years our country’s No. 1 daily. The Times’ editors, writers, reporters and staff members became founders, top editors, reporters and columnists of the new Philippine dailies founded with the approval of martial law…

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(An updated article from The Manila Times’ 104th anniversary published on October 11, 2001, written by Lifestyle and Entertainment Editor Tessa Mauricio-Arriola) WE decided to embark on a journey to the past, in search of reasons why this paper has stood the test of time. We found some of the…

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The oldest English newspaper in the Philippines, The Manila Times has a reputation of fairness and delivering news according to the best principles of journalism. It took many great people to accomplish such a feat, and as the publication reaches its 116th anniversary, it is only fitting to acknowledge some…

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THE Philippine banking industry is one of the most complex and challenging beats to cover. Covering events in the sector promptly and accurately does not only benefit the banking industry but also the whole economy. As part of the 116th anniversary of the country’s oldest newspaper The Manila Times, we…

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WHAT is now The Manila Times’ weekly motoring section was not, until 2010, the paper’s “official” motoring section. Fast Times started life as a monthly supplement publication for The Times’ weekly motoring section, originally coming out on the third Friday of every month to add more motor sports news to…

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IN this fast-changing world of technology, the latest innovation is only as good as the next invention. This is a fact in the car industry where new technology is a must whether for safety, usefulness, entertainment or simply pure innovations. According to the website howstuffworks, there are five future car…

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SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) give invaluable contributions to the growth of the Philippine economy. They stimulate domestic demand through innovation, job creation and competition, making them a driving force behind a resilient national economy and a stable society. Technology plays a big role in sustaining this growth. Major telecommunication…

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