Monthly Archives: November 2011

How Gloria almost got away!

By Perry Diaz IF NOT for Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary Leila de Lima’s insistence to see the official Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) from the Supreme Court issued on November 15, 2011,

WB cuts PH growth forecast

 MANILA — The World Bank has revised downward its economic growth forecast for the Philippines this year and in 2012 mostly because of global uncertainties and weak investments. 
 In its East

Tanduay eyes US market

MANILA – Encouraged by continued expressions of interest in the product, Tanduay Holdings, Inc. is considering penetrating the rich US market as a major component of its expansion program. The company is now

Time of reckoning has come

By Val G. Abelgas IN PHYSICSs, there is a law called “Newton’s third law” or the “law of action and reaction” which basically states that “for every action, there is an equal

Super Committee on US deficit reduction

By Frank Wenceslao PAMUSA has broadened its support network with US-Pinoy volunteers with economic development experience in developed and developing countries whose ideas and recommendations on U.S. deficit reduction I’ve summarized and

‘Aquinorroyo’ Conspiracy?

By Perry Diaz ON November 15, 2011, the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) that would prevent the Department of Justice in enforcing its watch list order (WLO) against former