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Developing countries have outpaced the Philippines.
Intelligence quotient or IQ, is often used as the standard of measuring smartness. It is the ability of a person to learn. A high IQ indicates that a person is intelligent and has an ability to learn things faster, while a low ...
 
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A cheesemaker from Davao, a sustainable living entrepreneur, and a mattress mogul are among the awardees.
There’s no shortage of Filipino ingenuity, and the world knows this well.One of our latest achievements? Making it big at the 4th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Women Entrepreneur Network (AWEN) awarding ceremony.On May 10, nine distinguished Filipino women were recognized ...
 
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Take a bow, Philippines.
As the Philippines wraps up the ASEAN Summit and prepares to turn over the chairmanship of ASEAN to Singapore this week, we sum up some of the lifestyle highlights of the gathering of 21 world leaders—from the venue to its gala dinner ...
 
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Lively quotes from some of the region’s top business leaders during a panel discussion at the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit.
Based on the Global Competitiveness Index 2017 to 2018 of the World Economic Forum, infrastructure in the ASEAN region still has a long way to tread to be at par with the world’s best. On average, nine of the 10 participating ASEAN ...
 
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Most of the richest people in each of the five original members of the regional grouping are self-made.
When it comes to Southeast Asia’s richest tycoons, more have built their wealth from the ground up rather than inherit it from past generations.In the infographic above, Entrepreneur Philippines compared the five richest businessmen of five original member-countries of the Association of ...
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