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Inclusive?

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Inclusive growth is the latest buzzword. We have heard many convoluted explanations of this elusive phenomenon. Most explanations eloquently describe the outcome but miss the origin of the problem.

Posted: July 21st, 2014 in Columnists,Inquirer Columns,Inquirer Features | Read More »

Trip of a lifetime to Silicon Valley

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The farthest Laurence Arguelles had ever gone was Baguio City, on a field trip of his class at the Bataan Peninsula State University (BSPU). This year he went way beyond the horizon and landed stateside, specifically Silicon Valley, which just happens to be the dream destination of science and technology buffs like him.

Posted: July 7th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Electronics accounted for 20% of import bill

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Semiconductor and electronic products were the country’s second-largest imports in April next to fuel and lubricants, accounting for $1.03 billion or 20 percent of the total import bill for the month, according to the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Inc. (Seipi).

Posted: June 27th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Electronics remain PH top export

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Electronic products continued to be the country’s top export in April, accounting for about 40 percent of the country’s total export receipts, according to the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Inc. (Seipi).

Posted: June 11th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Electronics dominated export receipts in March

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Electronic products remained the country’s top export in March, as they accounted for 41 percent of the country’s total export receipts, the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Inc. (Seipi) said.

Posted: May 12th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

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