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Philippines, China, Vietnam should draft rules on common fishing in Scarborough – Carpio

Philippines, China, Vietnam should draft rules on common fishing in Scarborough – Carpio

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:54 AM

The Philippines, Vietnam and China should set rules on common fishing in Scarborough Shoal, Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said Wednesday. “You cannot just [...]
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Philippines’ ousted Supreme Court chief lambastes Duterte

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

The ousted Philippine Supreme Court chief justice launched a blistering attack on President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday, calling him a “self-styled savior who is willing [...]
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Philippines to import rice through 2020 despite rising output minister

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

The Philippines’ paddy rice output is expected to rise to meet 95-96 per cent of the country’s annual requirement by 2020, from 93 percent last year, Agriculture [...]
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In the fight for gay marriage in the Philippines, Duterte could be an unlikely ally

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

On Tuesday, dozens of people with rainbow flags, scarves and banners gathered before the Supreme Court of the Philippines in Manila as justices considered a petition calling [...]
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Philippines suffers ‘one of the largest drops’ in digital competitiveness ranking

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

The Philippines’ digital edge significantly weakened compared with other economies as the Southeast Asian country continues to suffer from notoriously slow and [...]
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Philippines plans $1 billion samurai bond sale

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III previously said the samurai bond sale will happen sometime in the 3rd or 4th quarter of the year The government is planning to issue [...]
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Philippine top court rejects government’s move to recover Marcos wealth

21-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

The Philippine Supreme Court has rejected efforts to claim almost $1 billion in damages from the estate of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies, saying the [...]
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Over 600 offenders of city ordinances accosted in South of Manila

20-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

Personnel of the Southern Police District made rounds Monday night, June 18, in key cities to accost violators of city ordinances. Authorities apprehended over 600 [...]
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Philippines protects digital trading platform by implementing cybersecurity features

20-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

TradeNet is the digital trading platform of the Philippines that will eventually serve as the country’s link to the Asean Single Window gateway. Protection from [...]
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Philippines’ Duterte says no ‘justice’ for families of drugs war casualties

20-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

Outspoken Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday the families of people killed in his controversial war on drugs will not receive “justice”, [...]
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Philippines manufacturing fuels broader economic growth

20-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

Manufacturing has maintained its standing as a key growth driver for the Philippines, with rising domestic consumption and a series of major infrastructure projects lifting [...]
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Philippines irons out minor kinks in EFTA deal

20-Jun-2018 Intellasia | | 6:02 AM

The Philippines has addressed the problem which has prevented the country from implementing preferential tariffs for products originating in the European Free Trade [...]
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Philippine lawyer finds unlikely ally in Duterte in fight to legalise gay marriage

Philippine lawyer finds unlikely ally in Duterte in fight to legalise gay marriage

19-Jun-2018 Intellasia | The Guardian | 6:02 AM

In the Philippines, where Catholicism is dominant and divorce is still illegal, a young atheist, openly gay lawyer is leading a historic fight for same-sex marriage. Jesus [...]
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Philippine troops clash with remnants of defeated Islamist group

19-Jun-2018 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:02 AM

Philippine troops have clashed with remnants of a pro-Islamic State militant group that held a southern city for five months last year, the army said on Monday. Colonel Romeo [...]
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Australian nun who angered Duterte wins stay in deportation

19-Jun-2018 Intellasia | AFP News | 6:02 AM

An Australian nun ordered to leave the Philippines after angering President Rodrigo Duterte won a reprieve on Monday from imminent deportation but is still subject to [...]
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