Archive for the ‘Bam Aquino’ Category

02
Sep
Hans Sicat, president and CEO of Philippine Stock Exchange led the CEO Plenary Session with Joey Concepcion, president and CEO of RFM Corporation, Lorenzo Tan, president and CEO of Rizal Commercial Banking Corp., and Anthony Huang, president of SSI Group. Read more [...]

02
Sep
September 1, 2015 11:19 pm Manuel Roxas 2nd’s attempt to pressure the Iglesia ni Cristo to support him, by threatening, through “non-bailable” illegal detention cases, to put its entire leadership in jail, has not only obviously failed but also reaped dire consequences for him. Read more [...]

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28
Aug
The MMDA chairman said there is nothing much that could be done about our traffic gridlock in the next 15 years. The day after he said that, he went traipsing to Cebu supposedly to help with APEC meetings there but honestly, to campaign for his planned senatorial bid. Read more [...]

27
Aug
Rappler PLDT SME Nation's new batch of Filipino entrepreneurs Rappler Bam Aquino , and past MVP Grand Bossing awardees Cecilio Pedro (2013) and Amb. Alfredo Yao (2014) Read more [...]

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26
Aug
Uber Manila .MANILA, Philippines — Senator Bam Aquino filed a resolution seeking for an inquiry into the enforcement of the recently issued policy and programs by Transportation and Communications Secretary Emilio “Jun” Abaya on new smartphone application-based transportation system in the country such as Uber and GrabTaxi. Read more [...]

25
Aug
InterAksyon.comThe online news portal of TV5 MANILA - Senator Bam Aquino on Tuesday warned his partymate Transportation and Communications Secretary Emilio “Jun” Abaya that if he does not work to fully address the worsening traffic situation in Metro Manila, losses could reach P6 billion daily by 2030 from the current P2.4 billion.  Citing the study conducted by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Sen. Aquino thus filed a resolution seeking to review the existing Roadmap for Transport Infrastructure Development to formulate effective strategies and solutions to address the negative economic impact of the worsening traffic conditions in Metro Manila Read more [...]

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24
Aug
In 2011, a United Nations report declared internet access to be a basic human right, arguing that disconnecting individuals from the internet was a violation of human rights and international law. So: if internet access is a basic human right, shouldn’t Filipinos be more outraged with the quality—or lack—of service we get from our internet providers Read more [...]

24
Aug
InterAksyon.comThe online news portal of TV5 MANILA – Senator Bam Aquino on Monday said that it is high time for the government to invest in the building of a high-capacity fiber optic communication backbone like in other countries for speedier access to the Internet. Read more [...]

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24
Aug
MANILA – Senator Bam Aquino called on the government to update the current minimum fee threshold for balikbayan boxes. This comes after overseas Filipino workers expressed alarm over a Bureau of Customs (BOC) plan to toughen rules on the inspection of balikbayan boxes Read more [...]

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