MANILA, Philippines --- President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Friday said government is considering the possibility of granting P20,000 worth of incentive for qualified government employees in the executive branch.
In a statement late Wednesday, Marcos said the Department of Foreign Affairs is in coordination with their counterparts in Iran, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia for updates, while the Department of Migrant Workers is in constant communication with the fam...
President Marcos was “on top of his game” during the recently concluded Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, and many world leaders have expressed interest to come to the Philippines to boost their ties with the country, according to Manila’s envo...
President says no need to forgive people behind dad’s ouster in 1986 Saying he never blamed anyone for the ouster of his father, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said he is not one to take things personally as he returned to Hawaii for the first time since their exile to the island-state over three decades ago. […]
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UNSATISFIED with the country’s internet speed, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. is now pushing for a new partnership with United States-based tech firm Starlink to improve online accessibility for Filipinos.
President Marcos is seeking a partnership with US technology giant Starlink to address concerns over the slow internet connection in the Philippines, and to allow the country to cope with the demands of the digital age.
President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Sunday (Philippines time) tasked Philippine government officials to ensure that the relief efforts for the victims of the powerful earthquake in Mindanao will not be hampered.
Leaders seek to ease tensions, ‘strategize’ PH role, way forward in disputed waters President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was scheduled to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in San Francisco on Thursday afternoon (Friday in Manila) to discuss ways to ease tensions in the West […]
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A Filipino diplomat in the United States said there is a “positive momentum” in the relationship between the Philippines and the US under the administration of President Marcos. “Since the President has assumed office, we have seen positive momentum in terms of our engagement with the U.S. in all aspects of our relations, especially in […]
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