• Hghgh
    Philippines from 1981-1986 under the Interim Batasang Pambansa and the Regular Batasang Pambansa. One of the Philippines' business leaders and leading technocrats, he served as Finance Minister from 1970 during the Marcos regime and also through election became Prime Minister in 1981. He concurrently was...
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  • Thesis on History
    to Marcos. The American company has resisted revealing the exact amount of the bribe, insisting that this was “ proprietary information.” Philippine authorities estimate the commission to be in the vicinity of US$80 million. According to one in formant, Marcos revived 95 percent of the commission...
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  • The Presidents
    Food The Philippines Tagalog Quizzes Filipino Americans Famous Filipinos Privacy Notice Related Pages Summary to the Arrival of the Spaniards English - Spanish - Tagalog Dictionary Tagalog-English Dictionary Filipino Presidents - Biography and...
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  • The Political Economy of Corruption: A Philippine Illustration
    The Political Economy of Corruption: A Philippine Illustration Abstract This research paper explores the nature, causes, and consequences of corruption as it pertains to entire regimes. Grand corruption is modeled as a type of unproductive rent-seeking at the highest levels of government...
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  • Science
    Ferriols, "Early History of Veterinary Science in the Philippine Islands," NRCP, ibid., pp. 334-337; M.V. del Rosario, "Chemistry in the Pre-American Regime," NRCP, op. cit., bulletin No. 5, pp. 359-362. (43) Eduardo Quisumbing, "Development of Science in the Philippines...
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  • Journey
    , relative to Taiwan and the Philippines In this paper, I focus on identifying and explaining the relative level of corruption in Korea rather than regime types of corruption. Although different regime types of corruption and their impact on development is an important area of study, it is beyond the...
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  • Corruption
    corruption may be highest in the least avaricious regime. The theory is illustrated with a stylized account of corruption in three Philippine administrations, from 1973-1998. Policy implications are discussed, including the role of the economist in making corruption less attractive. Keywords...
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  • Human Rights Still Not Upheld in the Philippines
    scruples against using false information, vilification, kidnapping and summary execution against civilians is now in the process of enjoying rehabilitation by the Arroyo regime as potentially effective against the illegal drugs trade after the scandal implicating the Department of Justice and even...
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  • 123 asdadas
    a long period of time, Philippine land was owned by the private sectors. This started during the Spanish regime when the land was primarily owned by the large landlords and the friars. The Philippine farmers found it hard to acquire lan Premium 1435 Words 6 Pages Reaction Paper...
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  • Tuna
    Top Four Non-Spanish Canned Tuna Branded-Processing Firms Ecuador Tuna Production Summary (Whole Round), 2009 Ecuador Export and Market Access Regimes Overview of Philippines Canned Tuna Processors, 2010 Overview of Korean Canned Tuna Processors, 2010 Overview of Indonesia’s Tuna Canning Operations...
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  • El Fili Chapters 11-20
    this Points of Note: The University of Santo Tomas during the Spanish regime was situated in Intramuros (Walled City) near the Colegio de San Juan de Letran today. It was only during the American regime that UST was relocated to Espanya, Manila. Almost all of the schools back then were located in...
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  • the woman who had two navels
    with two navels", is an image of a man's struggle to maintain their sanity under harsh circumstances. Joaquin clearly enterprise his journalistic style through putting his subjects in an actual situation of the country during colonization period of Spanish and American regime It is written in a casual...
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  • Ok Lang
    time. What they have written can compare with some of the best works in the world. RESEARCH PROBLEM 1. What is the importance of the Japanese influence in the Philippine Literature? 2. Why did the Japanese wanted to erase the English language during their regime? 3. What is the...
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  • Characteristics of a National Hero
    hero was made by the Philippine Legislature, composed of duly elected Filipino representatives of the Philippine Legislature, then enjoying self-rule under the American colonial regime. He, too, should be considered a genuine choice of the Filipinos as a national hero despite the objection of the...
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  • Noli Me Tangere
    150pxNoli me Tangere, original cover original cover Author José Rizal Country Philippines (first printing in Berlin) Language Spanish Genre(s) novel Publisher Publication date 1887 Media type Print Followed by El filibusterismo Noli Me Tangere is a Spanish-language novel by...
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  • Philippine Society and Revolution
    representatives were accommodated in the Philippine Commission, the leading legislative and executive organ of the regime. This was headed by the American governor-general and included other American officials. When in 1907 they declared the first national elections for the puppet Philippine Assembly in...
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  • Sin Tax Bill
    proposal becomes law. • House Bill No. 5727 calls for the pegging of retail prices to inflation and implementing a unified tax rate as opposed to the current multitier regime. • Citing a World Bank report titled “Sustaining Growth in Uncertain Times,” a quarterly update on the Philippines issued in...
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  • Batas Militar
    was actually impressed by his intelligence and how he managed to deceive the Filipinos and even the Americans. Impressed I may be, I could not help but be mad at him for he brought a lot of misery and problem to the country. No class was spared from his iron hands. Those who leaned onto him...
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  • Dfdfdf
    refugees In a notable humanitarian act, Quezón, in cooperation with United States High Commissioner Paul V. McNutt, facilitated the entry into the Philippines of Jewish refugees fleeing fascist regimes in Europe. Quezón was also instrumental in promoting a project to resettle the refugees in...
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  • Notes
    took up arms 1905 American forces put down the insurrection U.S. administration more progressive 1934 Congress passed the Philippine Independence Law 10-year transition to sovereignty. WWII broke out and Japan conquered the islands. U.S. forces returned in 1944 and defeated with the help of...
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