• 1)What Micro Environmental Factors Affected the Introduction and Re-Launch of the Toyota Prius? How Well Has Toyota Dealt with These Factors?
    III. FOREIGN AFFAIRS * Anti-Huk Policy – This policy is for nationalism, peace and order in foreign affairs especially with Japan. Elpidio R. Quirino I. POLITICAL * Fireside Chats Program – The weekly report about President Quirino’s activities to the public through radio programs...
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  • E Quirino And Magsaysay
    heroes and every hero has his own epoch." – E. Quirino Elpidio R. Quirino First term: April 17, 1948-December 30, 1949 (succeeded) Second term: December 30,1949-December 30, 1953 (elected) November 16, 1890 – February 29, 1956 Elpidio Rivera Quirino Accomplishments/Achievements: 1. The establishment...
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  • Philippine Culture
    government. The Philippines achieved full independence on July 4, 1946. Manuel A. Roxas y Acuña was elected its first president, succeeded by Elpidio Quirino (1948–1953), Ramón Magsaysay (1953–1957), Carlos P. García (1957–1961), Diosdado Macapagal (1961–1965), and Ferdinand E. Marcos (1965–1986). Geographical...
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  • Term Paper Literature
    Quezon City Polytechnic University 673 Quirino Highway, San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City The difference between Japanese period and the rebirth of freedom A term paper submitted to : Mr. Abraham Culong Language Department , Quezon City Polytechnic University A partial fullfilment...
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  • History of Alicia Bohol Philippines
    an audience with President Elpidio Quirino, then seeking reelection, lobbying to create Batuanan into a municipality with a pledge that the people thereat will deliver a solid vote for the liberal Party candidates in the 1949 national elections. Thus, President Elpidio Quirino, during his stopover in Dumaguete...
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  • Phil Hist
    Air Base and Subic Bay Naval Base, in exchange for military base The Hukbalahap Problem The Roxas administration and that of his successor, Elpidio Quirino, were faced with the Hukbalahap problem The Hukbalahap (short for Hukbo ng Bayan Laban sa Hapon) was founded early in 1942 as an anti-Japanese...
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  • Jose Rizal
      TILAMSIK NG LIWANAG ni Esperanza Gatbonton National Commission for Culture and the Arts  TILAMSIK NG LIWANAG © 00 National Commission for Culture and the Arts First Edition, 00 First Printing, 006 Published by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Text: Esperanza...
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  • Sample Sona
    Official Gazette PH Elpidio Quirino, Third State of the Nation Address, January 22, 1951 Published: January 22, 1951. Latest update: June 1, 2012. “The State of the Nation” Message to Congress of His Excellency Elpidio Quirino President of the Philippines [January 22, 1951] MR. PRESIDENT...
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  • Wetyrghfdt
    (Restored) | | 5 | | | Manuel Roxas (1892-1948) | May 28, 1946 | April 15, 1948 | Liberal | Elpidio Quirino | 3 | | | | | | | | | | | | Third Republic | | 6 | | | Elpidio Quirino (1890-1956) | April 17, 1948 | December 30, 1953 | | vacant | | | | | | | | | | | Fernando...
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  • Post-War Administration, Marcos Administration and Post-Edsa Administration
    April 15, 1948 while giving his speech at the Clark Air Force base. He died at the age of 56. And He was succeeded by his vice president, Elpidio Quirino. Elpidio Quirino during his term poverty was present. And because of inflation salary of people cannot come across with the expenses of the people. Farmlands...
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  • Elpidio
     Elpidio QuirinoElpidio Quirino was a political leader and the 6th president of the Philippines. He was born in Vigan, Ilocos Sur on November 16, 1890. After finishing his law studies at the University of the Philippines in 1915 he hurdled the Bar examinations that same year. He began his public service...
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  • A Dozen and One Philippine Presidents
    President, Elpidio Quirino, took over. Quirino managed to retain the presidency after clobbering Laurel in the disreputable election of 1949. Aside from breaking the back of the Huk movement with the aid of a ferocious military machinery and the suspension of the writ of Habeas Corpus, the Quirino administration ...
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  • light rail transit names studies
    of malate church. Quirino LRT Station, also known as Quirino Avenue Station , is a station on the Manila LRT (LRT-1). Like all other LRT-1 stations, Quirino Avenue station is above-ground. The station serves Malate in Manila and is located at the meeting point of Taft Avenue, Quirino Avenue and San Andres...
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  • Gjhd
    to have an integrated national planning.     | Elpidio Quirino | 1953 | Placido L. Mapa | Under his tenure, the Rice Economic Board was set up, making the rice industry the first commodity to have an integrated national planning.     | Elpidio Quirino | 1953-1955 | Salvador Araneta | as later named...
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  • Elpidio Quirino
    promise. Elpidio Quirino supported the establishments of several industrial plants and projects at strategic points all over the country, thereby mobilizing its economic resources and ushering in an era of industrialization. For the improvement of the economy, president Quirino launched an Economic...
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  • Jhiyoh
    Nations Charter when it was founded in 1946. He was the Philippines' Secretary (Minister from 1973 to 1984) of Foreign Affairs under President Elpidio Quirino from 1950 to 1952, under President Diosdado Macapagal from 1963 to 1964 and under President Ferdinand Marcos from 1968 to 1984. In his career...
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  • Ramon Magsaysay
    Philippines 3rd President of the Third Republic | In office 30 December 1953 – 17 March 1957 | Vice President | Carlos P. García | Preceded by | Elpidio Quirino | Succeeded by | Carlos P. García | Secretary of National Defense | In office 1 January 1954 – 14 May 1954 | President | Himself | Preceded...
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  • Presidents of the Philippines
    19441 Second Republic 3. Jose P. Laurel (1943 - 1945) 4. Sergio Osmena (1944 - 1946) Third Republic 5. Manuel Roxas (1946 - 1948) 6. Elpidio Quirino (1948 - 1953) 7. Ramon Magsaysay (1953 - 1957) 8. Carlos P. Garcia (1957 - 1961) 9. Diosdado Macapagal (1961 - 1965) 10. Ferdinand Marcos (1965...
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  • Work
    THIRD REPUBLIC   (1946-1948) President: Manuel L. Roxas (Died of a heart attack) (1946-1948) Vice-President: Elpidio R. Quirino     (1948-1953) President: Elpidio R. Quirino (Assumed the remaining term & re-elected) (1949-1953) Vice-President: Fernando H. Lopez     (1953-1957) President:...
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  • History of Philippine Broadcasting
    Judge Antonio Quirino bought 70 percent of BEC and acquired the franchise indirectly. He changed the name of the television station from BEC to ABS, which stands for Alto Broadcasting System, after the new owners, Aleli and Antonio. Lindenberg served as the general manager. Judge Quirino introduced the...
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