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    Here is another statistic that will depress us: our neighbor Vietnam has about 70,000 cell sites to serve a contiguous land area and population roughly comparable to ours. by Alex Magno

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    Nothing obsesses Donald Trump more than the hefty trade surplus China enjoys over the US. by Alex Magno

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    So far, world oil prices have held steady. That is good news. In our case, oil prices have been a major driver of inflation. by Alex Magno

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    After nine weeks of sustained oil price increases, consumers were treated to a refreshing rollback yesterday. by Alex Magno

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    The carnival has come to town. The registration of candidates for next May’s elections has opened. by Alex Magno

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    In the latest Charter change initiative to shift to a federal system of government, public scrutiny has shifted from substance to motive. by Ana Marie Pamintuan

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    On Nov. 7, the DICT will designate a third telecommunications (telco) player. by Alex Magno

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    Rice prices continue to go up. The other day when I bought my month’s supply of 50 kilos, there were also fewer varieties of commercial rice to choose from at my usual outlet. Some folks must be holding on to their stocks. by Ana Marie Pamintuan

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    "It’s the economy, stupid!” by Alex Magno

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    Fractions are not easy to learn. by Jose Ramon T. Villarin S.J.

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    There are many reasons why old-style electric cooperatives, the transmission company and mainstream power generators dislike the “minigrid” concept introduced by Solar Para sa Bayan. by Alex Magno

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    The Xevera townships in Mabalacat and Bacolor are not just massive housing projects. They are now communities. by Alex Magno

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    There ought to be a law that will make it illegal and punishable for government officials to make announcements or trial runs of projects and policies that affect public convenience and conveyance when the necessary logistics or related support system has not been completed, done without public consultation and a minimum three months of public information campaign. by Cito Beltran

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    Other world leaders would kill to have approval ratings in the 70s in their midterm. by Ana Marie Pamintuan

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    Conspiracy theories are difficult to prove. They are even more difficult to disprove. As a consequence, they tend to linger. by Alex Magno

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    It is premature to make conclusions and interpretations on the latest order of arrest issued by the Regional Trial Court of Makati City, Branch 150. by Jose C. Sison

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    In a couple of months, it would be interesting to see what happens to the career of Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 150 Judge Elmo Alameda. by Ana Marie Pamintuan

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    If it does not create a monopoly, House Bill 8179 should be just fine. by Alex Magno

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    A Masbate native who is now a blue-collar worker in Manila says communist rebels have a strong presence in his home province. by Ana Marie Pamintuan

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    Most analysts are expecting the BSP to raise interest rates one more time later this week by a hefty 50 basis points. by Alex Magno

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  • What we're watching: Netflix rom-coms

    Netflix's content push has included a slew of romantic comedy movies released at the same time they've become hard to find in theaters. Senior News Editor Richard Lawler takes a look at three of them and explains which ones could be worth your time.

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  • What I learned by bringing down LinkedIn.com

    GUEST: Three years ago, I joined LinkedIn as a 22-year-old fresh out of college after graduating with a computer science degree. Sometime in my last year at school, a recruiter reached out to me on my LinkedIn profile for something called Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). I had no clue what that entailed, but I decided to […]

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