By Doris C. Dumlao
After consolidating power during the recent mid-term elections, now is the time for President Aquino to “sink his teeth” into substantial reforms to raise the productivity and efficiency of the economy, according to a research report by British banking giant HSBC.
By Paolo G. Montecillo
The fate of Clark International Airport will be left in the hands of President Aquino, who will have to decide if the government should develop two major airports in Luzon or focus its efforts on just one.
By Rafael Castillo M.D.
DURING THE awarding ceremonies for the Healthy Lifestyle Exemplars given by the H&L (Health & Lifestyle) magazine on its 10th anniversary last week, I mentioned in my opening remarks that vices like smoking is a “form of corruption that squanders one’s health and wellness. And anyone who walks the straight path or ‘daang matuwid’ should stay away from it.”