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Recto: Single-digit poverty rate may arrive sooner than expected

Manila Bulletin 23 Jul 2024
As food security remains a top priority of the government, Recto said the government will continue to intensify its efforts in managing inflation to shield Filipinos from high food prices ... Filipinos.
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PBBM’s vision to eradicate hunger ‘right on track’, says DSWD chief

Manila Bulletin 23 Jul 2024
PSA defines poverty incidence as the proportion of Filipino families whose incomes are insufficient to meet their minimum basic food and non-food needs, as determined by the poverty threshold.
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Tell it to SunStar: Going beyond empty rhetoric

Sun Star 23 Jul 2024
assured the Filipino public that rising prices, particularly the high cost of rice, severe hunger and food insecurity, and worsening poverty are not being ignored.
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Philippines now 'much stronger' than 2 years ago—PBBM

Manila Bulletin 23 Jul 2024
While the country is in a better position in terms of economy, the President recognized that high food and energy prices continue to burden Filipino families ... a hundred thousand jobs for Filipinos.
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Soaring rice prices in spark consumer concerns

The Manila Times 23 Jul 2024
Soaring rice prices in the Philippines have sparked public discontent, stoking fears of worsening food insecurity among low-income households as rice is the primary staple food of Filipino people.
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Philippine president orders shutdown of Chinese-run online gambling industry employing thousands

Asahi News 23 Jul 2024
In the worst confrontation, Chinese forces on motorboats repeatedly rammed and then boarded two Philippine navy boats on June 17 to prevent Filipino personnel from transferring food and other supplies ...
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Ultimate guide to 31 Asian markets in metro Phoenix

Azcentral 23 Jul 2024
Sure, I packed clothes and shoes, but what I was really concerned about in a new city, with a new job, living in a foreign house, was making sure that I could cook the food that would make me feel at home ... Both.Prepared Food ... Both.Food Court.
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Philippine president shuts down Chinese-run online gambling industry

Daily Breeze 23 Jul 2024
In the worst confrontation, Chinese forces on motorboats repeatedly rammed and then boarded two Philippine navy boats on June 17 to prevent Filipino personnel from transferring food and other supplies ...
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Focus

Manila Bulletin 23 Jul 2024
What good will the growth in gross domestic product (GDP) do if Filipino families continue to struggle putting food on the table because of high prices? I have always said that it is not enough for us ...
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Tell it to SunStar: Eviction notice to all Pogos

Sun Star 23 Jul 2024
By Manila 3rd District Rep. Joel Chua. The State of the Nation Address (Sona) is much like a report card. The President flexed his administration’s accomplishments ... If you noticed, the Sona started with the everyday survival concerns of Filipinos. food ... 1.
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31 Duval County restaurants fail inspection. See the reports

jacksonville.com 23 Jul 2024
These restaurants met all standards during their July 15-21 inspections and no violations were found.Beignets Caribbean Cafe, 4770 Barnes Rd #1, Jacksonville**Blu Diner Of Jax, 5868 Norwood Ave , ...
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PSA: Filipinos living in poverty fall to 10.9% in 2023

Manila Bulletin 22 Jul 2024
Poverty incidence is defined as the percentage of Filipino families whose incomes are insufficient to meet their basic food and non-food needs based on the poverty threshold.
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Fewer Pinoys now living in poverty, PSA survey indicates

Manila Standard 22 Jul 2024
... basic food and non-food needs in 2023 compared to two years earlier.
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Fewer poor Filipinos in 2023 – PSA

The Manila Times 22 Jul 2024
In 2023, 2.7 percent of Filipino families, or about 740,000 families, had incomes insufficient to meet even their basic food needs. This equates to about 4.3 percent of the population, or 4.84 million Filipinos, living below the food threshold.
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Poverty rate in Philippines declines to 15.5 pct in 2023

China.dot.org 22 Jul 2024
The estimated number of Filipinos whose income was insufficient to buy basic food was 4.84 million, lower than the 6.55 million in 2021.

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