Archive for the ‘Bam Aquino’ Category

24
Apr
While Big Data are here to stay, they do not mean the end of official statistics. Read more [...]

24
Apr
MANILA, Philippines—Senator Bam Aquino is calling an investigation into reported slow Internet speed in the country compared to other Southeast Asian nations. According to Asean DNA, the Philippines (3.6 megabytes per second) lags behind Laos (4.0 Mbps), Indonesia (4.1 Mbps), Myanmar and Brunei (4.9 Mbps), Malaysia (5.5 Mbps) and Cambodia (5.7 Mbps). Read more [...]

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24
Apr
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23
Apr
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima met with Janet Lim-Napoles for five hours at the Ospital ng Makati last Monday night. Napoles signed a statement at the end of the interview Read more [...]

23
Apr
MANILA, Philippines — Senator Bam Aquino is calling for an investigation to find out why other Southeast Asian nations enjoy faster and cheaper Internet speed while the Philippines bear the brunt of slow connection. Read more [...]

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22
Apr
As anyone who’s gone outside the Philippines will tell you, our local Internet connection speeds are so pitifully slow, we might as well still be using dial-up. Or maybe we are and we just don’t know it Read more [...]

22
Apr
Senator Bam Aquino wants to look into how the Philippines' slow and expensive Internet connection affects the ease of doing business 'NETIZENS UNHAPPY.' Citing this infographic, Senator Bam Aquino calls for an investigation into the slow and expensive internet connection in the Philippines. Courtesy: https://www.facebook.com/ASEANDNA MANILA, Philippines – “Do we always have to pay a steep price for slow and sometimes unreliable Internet connection?” Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV voiced the complaint of Filipino netizens, calling on the Senate to investigate the “slow, expensive” Internet connection in the Philippines provided by telecommunication companies. Read more [...]

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13
Apr
Filipino steelmakers want legislation prescribing stiffer penalties on manufacturers of substandard products and better enforcement of customs regulations to curtail rampant smuggling of inferior steel products principally from China. The steelmakers, represented by the Philippine Iron and Steel Institute (PISI), presented a detailed package of legislative and administrative measures needed to protect Filipino consumers from substandard products before the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship Read more [...]

12
Apr
Philippine Daily Inquirer 8:18 am | Saturday, April 12th, 2014 Sen. Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV MANILA, Philippines—Get the kids off those gadgets a bit this summer and let them play real-life Streetfood Tycoon. Read more [...]

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