Category Archives: Philippine Government

Advantages and Benefits in Joint Venture Projects with LGUs

In this my third write-up on “Public-Private Partnership for LGUs”, I wish to focus on the need and advantages by going into joint venture projects with local government units. In the wide spectrum of possibilities,  my favorite modality , as … Continue reading

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Business “bite size” Opportunities: PPP Projects for LGUs (part two)

Yesterday I wrote a short overview about the seminar I attended on “Public-Private Partnerships for LGUs“ organized by The Center for Global Best Practices, in collaboration with Forensic Solutions and International Chamber of Commerce. The objective of the seminar is … Continue reading

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Basic understanding of Public-Private Partnerships in the Philippines ( part one)

Yesterday, I attended one of the most informative seminars ever. Organized by Center for Global Best Practices, organized by its founder and president, Henry B. Aquende, a very kind, friendly and generous person.  The Center for Global Best Practices, in collaboration … Continue reading

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World’s Poor Health Cannot be Healed by Growth and Globalization

There is dangerous political threat facing the government, the world starts to believe in the same magic medicine – economic growth. When world leaders try to address the roots of terrorism, for example, they instinctively assume that prosperity and jobs … Continue reading

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Is there Hope for a “Culture of Excellence” in the Philippines?

If you want to excel in a particular field, you should perform and possess the talent or quality which is unusually good and so surpasses ordinary standards. For our Nation still has a long way to go, so as to … Continue reading

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A Call for Leadership vs. Abuse of Power and Authority

 Civil society for it to serve best its people with peace, order, and harmony necessarily requires good leadership and governance. In our day to day experience we depend on leaders from the very basic unit of society, the family, to … Continue reading

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WHAT IF THE “BANGKOK UNREST ” DRAG DOWN OUR ASEAN EMERGING MARKETS

IT’S that time of the year again, when Filipino businessmen, especially those of Chinese descent, visit their favorite geomancers or feng shui experts to know their fortunes in the Chinese New Year. This stated by Ms. Ma. Stella F. Arnaldo … Continue reading

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