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Cooperatives are the cutting edge for a sustainable future - CDA chief

In our fight against hunger and poverty, many actions has been formulated, many band- aid solutions were produced. Most are short- lived, if not, benefits only a few. 283 more words

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Assured to be Insured

It is said that without understanding the risk, we can never understand about why being insured is important. It is in this light that we are able to manage such risks, thus providing us a stressful and peaceful life. 205 more words

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New hotspot for future OFWs

Filipinos may have almost congested countries such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Hongkong, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Kuwait,and Italy as many still vie these places abroad as an answer to their poverty. 274 more words

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Where from? Where to?

Looking for a good read for the upcoming festive season, I was actually stunned to find a small number of very recent publications that broadly cover the essential questions of humanity: Where do we come from?  703 more words

Innovation

Biotechnology companies, whose U.S. shares soared Wednesday after Republican Donald Trump’s presidential election, may soon see another benefit: an uptick in biotech M&A. A potential influx of foreign cash and improved stock valuations under the Trump administration would likely boost dealmaking in the industry, which has been anemic ever since political rhetoric against high drug…

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One of the most interesting experiments in economics is known as the ultimatum game. It deftly gets at a fundamental truth of human nature — about how our deep emotional programming cause us to do things that, when viewed through the lens of rationality, just don’t make sense.

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List of Big Projects that Duterte Administration planned to build

Reposting: LOOK: List of Big Projects that Duterte Administration planned to build

BUILD,BUILD,BUILD!

Presidential Communications (Secretary Martin Andanar, Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade, Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Mark Villar, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia, Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella, and Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) President and CEO Vince Dizon held a press briefing at the New Executive Building in Malacañang on Thursday. 554 more words

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