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Optimism in the country’s businesses fell to 80% from 84% in the previous quarter but the Philippines still ranks as the second most optimistic country of the 37 surveyed in the latest Grant Thornton International Business Report
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The SWS survey results show that Filipinos are at their most optimistic in over a year, with 41% of respondents expecting their quality of life to improve, and 31% expecting the economy to get better
(UPDATED) Nine out of ten Filipinos say they will greet the new year with 'hope' rather than 'fear'
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Together with the complainers, the most toxic company we can find ourselves in are those who wallow in unwarranted pessimism and cynicism
Helen Mary Labao holds 3 day jobs but loves every minute of it. She is welcoming the new year with passion, productivity, and a promise of a better tomorrow.
While the 73% rating is 'very good,' it is down from a 2011 rating that gauged public satisfaction with LGUs
A business survey showed that an overwhelming 80% of Philippine business plan to increase salaries of existing employees in the next 12 months, instead of hiring new ones