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We get a closer glimpse at what the industrialist was like as a father.
 
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Praises pour in for the late, great businessman John Gokongwei Jr., from those who have worked closely with him to employees who had encountered him.
 
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John Gokongwei, Jr., once sold soap at the public market; he later became one of the Philippines' wealthiest individuals.
 
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The entrepreneur, industrialist, and philanthropist devoted much of his life to making Filipino lives better.
 
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And how much do the one-percenters really make?
 
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The fourth quarter GDP will have to grow by 6.7 percent in order to achieve the government’s 6 to 7 percent growth rate goal for 2019.
 
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Investing in bonds is like loaning your money to big corporations, which, in turn, promise to pay you interest every year for a certain period.
 
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There are days when getting out of bed and crawling to the office are a major effort.
 
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Want to see something scary? Check your savings account.
 
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How will the entry of the Ayala Group change the fundamental outlook of PHEN in terms of earnings and growth?
 
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He replaces Gilbert Sta Maria, who resigned just three months after his appointment.
 
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However, the Philippines also has one of the highest levels of income inequality.
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