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    B. Industry and Competitor Analysis 4.7 Industry Situation The airline industry in the Philippines is continuously growing. In the past years, the Philippine Airline Industry consists of many independent airline companies, but because of the mergers and acquisitions, there are 4 major domestic low-cost carriers in the Philippines, namely Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Zestair Philippines, and Philippines AirAsia. Low-cost Carriers (LCC) are the carriers that have the highest demand in the Philippines as it accounts for 67% of total domestic market. Most of the Low-cost Carriers have international routes and almost all has domestic routes. Philippine Airlines has the most combined (domestic and international) routes out of all of…

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    SHOULD MAYOR RODRIGO DUTERTE BE THE RIGHT PRESIDENT FOR THE PHILIPPINES? INTRODUCTION Definition Our country and all of the Filipino people need Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte because our country is in a dire situation and would never be able to move forward unless a good leader takes it’s in charge and we all know that Mayor Duterte is a great leader because of his platform. In Philippines, corruption is endemic in all levels of government, including in the barangays but he also focus on…

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    and train a strong naval base. The U.S military was not given consent to take over the Philippines, but the Manifest Destiny ideology led McKinley and his army to to believe that this was the only logical action that could be taken. McKinley established his imperialistic views by saying, “[…] we could not leave them to themselves - they were unfit for self-government - and they would soon have anarchy and misrule over there worse than Spain’s was; and (4) that there was nothing left for us to do…

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    and being deprived of the opportunity for social mobility in a third-world country became the push to embark on a transnational endeavor to an unfamiliar country. According to Yen Le Espiritu’s historical novel Home Bound: Filipino American Lives across Culture, Communities and Countries, “For many Filipino migrants to the United States, migration is attractive not so much because of the promise of lucrative jobs or unlimited mobility but because of the differential between their potential…

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    In the Philippines, finding food in most areas has never been a true issue due to the diverse geography of the area and large waters. There are three seasons in the Philippines: a rainy monsoon season, which is followed by moderate temperatures, and finally a season of dry conditions. The rainy monsoon season begins in May or June and ends in October. Although this monsoon season can be damaging, it is necessary in order to grow crops such as rice. Next, the moderate temperatures last until late…

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    severe cutbacks in its usage in agriculture and consequently a cutback in the amount of food produced. As a member of the Filipino Youth Association and an avid Filipino community activist with a deep rooted Filipino background, I have always felt one with the Filipino culture. Which is why I chose to study the Filipino community around where I live in order to see how the drought has affected my brothers and sisters. The Philippines is a tropical country, lying near the equator, and subject to…

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    I find it easier and more comfortable to be around the friends that I’ve made here in Thailand than those that I’ve made in the Philippines. I think it’s due to the fact that I grew up and spent more time with my friends here. (I. Amurao, personal communication, 10 December 2014) Paulo showed the opposite sentiments, however, when he said that he is still adjusting to making friends in Thailand, at the same time still feeling close to friends he had left behind in the Philippines. It was…

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    America’s Benevolent Exploits in the Philippines The Spanish-American war was a result of Spain oppressing Cuba. America, a country who embraced their relatively new freedom, wanted to step in to show that they were willing to lend a helping hand in pursuit of Cuba’s independence. This went relatively well for Cuba, who did achieve independence eventually, but it also started the Philippine-American war which was a much less pretty situation. The Philippine-American war tested America’s ability…

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    In “Be American,” Carlos Bulosan reveals the lack of choice a Filipino had at the time through the story of someone’s cousin, Consorcio, and his struggle to gain citizenship in America. Bulosan’s short story shares this idea of no choice with a political cartoon known as “What Will He Do,” which depicts President McKinley deciding whether or not to keep the Philippines or “send them to Spain” while the globe watches for his decision. Through the visual of President McKinley making a decision for…

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    This investigation resulted in a thirty- nine- page report by HRW that condemned the Philippine government for failing to protect children who are forced by poverty to work in small-scale gold mines and refocused international attention to the exploitation of child labor in the Philippines. (2016). they also took statistics and the number of children that are in the child labor is very outrageous. People need to open their eyes because that’s a lot of children working in these poor conditions…

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