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Senate Bill 1456 or the proposed Philippine Qualifications Framework Act aims to bring together labor market and education stakeholders to craft an integrated system that prevents job-skills mismatch
ASEAN civil society groups say that the protection of human rights in the region is 'inadequate'
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Region 10 or Northern Mindanao has the third highest production volume for poultry in the country and is the only one outside Luzon
The success in ASEAN is also limited largely due to lack of linkages to the wider economy
The Vice President says lower income tax rates will draw more foreign investments resulting in more jobs for the people and more revenues for the government
The poor stand to become poorer if they have no access to basic opportunities that middle and high income earners take for granted the Vice President says at the 2nd ASEAN Fixed Income Summit
Will a borderless economic community by yearend hurt or benefit microenterprises in the Philippines like Nanay Tess bagoong business?
Businessmen analysts and senior government officials weigh in on how the Philippines will fare once the ASEAN Economic Community comes into force in December and the challenges it has to address now
Experts say even the ASEAN integration should take the route of inclusive growth or else it will do more damage than good
Will the ASEAN integration and its promise of better opportunities keep highly skilled Filipinos from leaving the Philippines?
Founder Paco Magsaysay explains why his ice cream is so good and why he s got big dreams for ASEAN economic integration
In a social media led event called Blogged In: ASEAN youth from across Southeast Asia spread awareness about ASEAN integration
Acting health secretary Janet Garin is under fire for the agency’s revamp Senator Trillanes says Vice President Binay is in panic mode 18 years after the Ozone Disco fire owners and officials are sentenced to jail
ASEAN countries integrate economic policies but not policies that affected society such as how to stop global warming or protect the environment advocates say
What does ASEAN mean to any person out on the street in Makati right now? Probably zero AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes says
But it must address the weaknesses of some sectors such as manufacturing and agriculture and challenges in energy transport and infrastructure
But access to finance remains a daunting challenge
What seems clear is that there is significant interest in the potential of the ASEAN Economic Community and that if issues are addressed investors from Australia and other parts of the world will come
Filipino businessmen believe that while there s much to be done the Philippines can still play catch up and be ready for the AEC in 2015
The Asian Development Bank says economic ties in the region have remained resilient despite tensions
The Philippines strong economic growth is paving the way to the country s successful integration into the ASEAN by 2015
Former NSCB Secretary General Romulo Virola says there are more bad than good news in the Philippine economy