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Tanduay Distillers Inc. tigil-operasyon para makaiwas sa inspeksyon ng DoLE, Samahan ng mga kontraktwal ginigipit!

Cabuyao, Laguna – Kinukundena ng Pagkakaisa ng Manggagawa sa Timog Katagalugan – Kilusang Mayo Uno (PAMANTIK-KMU) ang naganap na pagtigil ng operasyon at forced leave ngayong umaga ng Abril 24 na magtutuloy umano hanggang Abril 28 sa Tanduay Distiller Inc. 519 more words


Popular Support - the Secret of China Silencing ASEAN Opposition

Four ASEAN members Malaysia, Vietnam, Brunei and the Philippines are contending claimants against China in the South China Sea.

Among them, Malaysia is comparatively quite a strong nation but has never been vocal in protesting against what China has done in the South China Sea, even China’s large-scale land reclamation in building quite a few artificial islands. 1,009 more words

Workers gear-up for Labor Day, stage coordinated protests against contractualization, low wages

A week and a half left before Labor Day, workers from various factories in Southern Tagalog launch intensified protests to register the growing discontent of the peoplefor the U.S.-Aquino regime’s labor policies, primarily contractualization and low wages, and call for Aquino’s ouster. 414 more words


Workers intensify plight against contractualization, Calls for P16,000 National Minimum Wage

STA. ROSA CITY, LAGUNA – To intensify the sector’s call for higher wages and better living conditions, workers led by the Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines – Southern Tagalog (MWAP-ST) conducted a forum last April 19, tackling the issues of contractualization and the need for a P16,000 National Minimum Wage. 433 more words


Todays Tidbit 22.04.2015

China’s actions have caused unease among its Southeast Asian neighbors such as Vietnam and the Philippines, which also claim some of this area. Disputes have raised concerns among countries that use the sea lanes for trade and commerce, as well as tensions related to the possibility of military action. 49 more words


Philippines supports Japan’s bid to boost military by changing pacifist constitution

By Raissa Robles
South China Morning Post

Benigno Aquino and Shinzo Abe during the Philippine leader’s visit to Japan last June. Photo: Reuters

Manila supports Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s move to amend his country’s post-second world war constitution. 323 more words