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PH scientists bat for national industrialization

PH scientists bat for national industrialization

The National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines tackled the challenge of industrialization in its 2018 Luzon Regional Scientific Meeting.

Employment, economy, and tourism news in this week’s Trending Klipps


Jobs, economy, politics, and tourism – discover this week’s headlines only here at Trending Klipps!

Duterte finally signs EO banning contractual labor
Survey shows spike in number of jobless Filipinos


The Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey for the first quarter of 2018 said around 10.9 million Filipino adults were jobless.

Du30 brings home investments from China with four more stories for this week!


Watch Trending Klipps and discover the issues that shaped Philippines’ history for this week!

Election period for 2018 village, youth council polls begin

Barangay and SK Election

The Commission on Election (COMELEC) formally announced on April 14 the start of barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan election period.

BIR hits highest tax collection, Du30 strengthens friendly ties to China, and more exciting stories for this week!


Before you take your break this week, you deserve to know the stories that defined the headlines. Take a short break and watch this week’s recap!

Fast Facts on the Boao Forum for Asia 2018


The Boao Forum for Asia 2018 came at a time when the Philippines’ relationship with China was at a delicate balance.

PH ranked 54th in global transparency survey, spice up your weekend with these big headlines!


Craving for the top stories of April’s first week? Here’s a sneak peek: Philippines ranked 54th in the World Justice survey for transparency. Speaking of politics, the Philippines’ Commission on Election will hold a simulation for the upcoming village polls, while the Senate of the Philippines is planning to transfer to Taguig!

Palace dismisses fear of rice shortage, NFA pitches reservation plan


Malacañang said that rice supply is still at a normal level; thus, silencing fear of shortage. NFA, on its part, proposes a rice reserve system.