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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Google Alert - Philippines News

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Philippines Imposes Currency-Forward Caps to Restrain Peso Surge
The peso is the best performer in Asia after the Korean won this year, as Philippine growth exceeding 7 percent last quarter lured investors seeking better returns amid interest rates near zero and monetary easing in Europe, the U.S. and Japan ...
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Storm leaves 6 dead in central Philippines
Huffington Post
MANILA, Philippines — A late season storm has left at least six people dead in separate incidents in the central Philippines but has spared a southern region that was devastated by a typhoon that killed more than 1,000 people weeks earlier. The ...
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Philippines to acquire helicopters, trucks in bid to modernize military
Washington Post
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine's defense chief says the government has signed separate contracts worth 163 billion pesos (about $39 million) with Italian and South Korean companies to supply helicopters and trucks as part of efforts to modernize ...
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Philippines Reports Budget Deficit in November as Spending Rises
The Philippines is on the verge of its first investment- grade credit rating as President Benigno Aquino bolsters tax collection and oversees a resurgence in growth. Standard & Poor's last week raised the country's rating outlook to positive and said ...
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video of Aussie kidnapped in Philippines
Sydney Morning Herald
An Australian man held hostage by militants in the southern Philippines for more than a year has appeared in a video as proof that he is alive. Warren Richard Rodwell said on the video that he is being held in isolation. He said he understands there ...
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Australian Kidnapped in Philippines Seen on Video
Wall Street Journal
Associated Press. MANILA, Philippines—An Australian man held hostage by militants in southern Philippine jungles for more than a year has appeared in a video looking thin and haggard as proof that he is alive while negotiations for his release drag on.
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Philippines Air Asia opens more doors for OFWs, tourists to Taiwan
TAIPEI — Philippines' AirAsia is opening more doors for overseas Filipino workers as well as local and foreign tourists starting this holiday season by offering low cost flights to Singapore and Taiwan from Clark, Pampanga. Maan Hontiveros ...
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Storm Wukong leaves six dead in Philippines
The West Australian
MANILA (AFP) - Tropical Storm Wukong left six people dead and two missing as it cut through the central Philippines, following devastating Typhoon Bopha that killed hundreds earlier this month, officials said Thursday. The toll from the latest storm ...
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The West Australian
Video released of Australian kidnapped in Philippines
ABC Online
Australian Warren Rodwell, who was kidnapped by Muslim militants in the Philippines more than a year ago, has appeared in a video in which he says he holds "no hope" of being released. Mr Rodwell, a former soldier from Sydney, was seized from his home ...
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