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Filipino workers (OFWs) are thinking of returning to the Philippines for good due to its strong economy. The economy's upward trend has OFWs thinking twice whether they should stay in their current jobs abroad or find work or engage in business in
In a news release, Landbank president and chief executive officer Gilda Pico, said the bank has approved loans to around 709 returning OFWs as of the end of April this year. According to Pico, the OFWs borrowed money to fund their businesses in areas
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PhilippinesThe courts throwing out cases against former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo one after another will not jeopardize President Aquino's campaign to exact accountability from the allegedly corrupt Arroyo administration, according to a
Philippine government representatives and the OFWs' employers in Algeria) on the return of the four other victims, she said...She did not disclose the names of the victims, but said most of those killed were professionals, technical and highly-
President Benigno Aquino III welcomes home Virginia Tulagan Miranda, a household service worker at Dubai, United Arab Emirates during the Presidential Salubong at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 on Thursday...No less that President
PhilippinesTwo families from Ilocos Sur and Eastern Samar received the prestigious Model OFW Family of the Year Award (Mofya) from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (Owwa). The family of ship captain Manuel Gabornes of Lawaan, Eastern Samar,
He said, I love you' 5:31 am Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 The sun sets behind the minarets of a mosque in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The days won't be the same again for Jocelyn Santiago, wife of overseas Filipino truck driver Florentino Santiago, one of
Rasheed Abou-Alsamh, Arab News Staff Friday 5 March 2004 The massive spending of money by presidential candidates to woo voters during election campaign periods has become standard procedure in Philippine politics. Unfortunately, the misuse of public
27 pm Wednesday, July 4th, 2012 Manila, PhilippinesOverseas Workers Welfare Administration (Owwa) chief Carmelita Dimzon on Wednesday said her agency has already prepared some assistance to Glenn Costes to be given once he comes back to the country.