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IMF raises 2020 growth projection for PH to 6.3 percent

IMF raises 2020 growth projection for PH to 6.3 percent

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its 2020 growth projection for the Philippines to 6.3 percent. Thomas Helbling, mission chief of the IMF Article IV Consultation to the Philippines from November 5-18, 2019, said the IMF is bullish on the country's...

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Rents going down

Rents going down

DUBAI: Prices of real estate properties across the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are falling due to oversupply, real estate companies said, in what appears to be an opportune time for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) living with their families or friends to upgrade from...

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

What does The Filipino Times Awards look for? This has been the question of many individual nominees for the upcoming The Filipino Times Awards set to take place this coming November 8. As the award-giving body thrusts towards its fifth year, it has received over 600...

Broken relationships among OFW spouses now becoming a trend

Broken relationships among OFW spouses now becoming a trend

DUBAI: Did you know that broken relationships among OFW families have become almost all too common? Social Welfare Attaché Judith Yadan Bacwaden said that many Filipino families cannot survive the distance when one of the parents goes abroad to work. “Maraming ganyang...

Filipinos among most law-abiding UAE expats, Abu Dhabi Police reveal

Filipinos among most law-abiding UAE expats, Abu Dhabi Police reveal

ABU DHABI: Police officials revealed at a recent townhall meeting that Filipinos commit the least number of crimes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), indicating their utmost respect for the laws of the host country. “Filipinos commit the least (number of) crimes here...

World’s oldest pearl found in Abu Dhabi

Archeologists unearthed what is believed to be the world’s oldest pearl at the Marawah Island, off the Capital of the United Arab Emirates, Agence France Presse reported. The area from which the natural pearl was discovered was carbon dated 5800 to 5600 B.C. or the...

Emirates ID: Your passport to UAE’s world of conveniences

If there’s one thing that Filipinos and other expats must carry with them at all times, it’s the Emirates ID Card. Launched by the UAE Government around April 2006, the unified, all-purpose identity card is issued by the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship...

Meet the Filipinos who are part of the Expo 2020 team

DUBAI: Just a year away before the opening of Expo 2020 Dubai, activities at the site in Jebel Ali have reached fever pitch as construction now in full swing and more structures near completion each day. One can just imagine how busy and cacophonous the hard hat area...

Abu Dhabi announces no toll charges until January 1, 2020

Abu Dhabi's Department of Transport has announced that the new four toll gates which will open starting on 15 Oct 2019 will be free of charge until January 1, 2020. This move aims to provide residents more time to planned travel times and explore alternatives. The DoT...

Futuristic mobility trends transforming the UAE

The UAE is pioneering new futuristic mobility options which are slated to change the way we travel. The Filipino Times gives you a breakdown of the transportation technologies that will make your daily commute a breeze. From smart metro gates to paperless airport...

158 OFWs from UAE repatriated back in PH

Some 158 distressed Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) from the United Arab Emirates have arrived in the country, Sunday. The Department of Foreign Affairs welcomed 78 repatriated OFWs from Abu Dhabi and 84 workers from Dubai. “In line with President Rodrigo Duterte’s...

Remains of Filipina who died in Dubai heading home

The remains of Ma. Monica Manuel, an overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who died of cardiac arrest in Dubai last September 27, are now heading home, a relative confirmed to The Filipino Times. Her body left the Dubai International Airport on board an Emirates airlines...

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OFWs send home up to 40% more during Christmas

OFWs send home up to 40% more during Christmas

DUBAI: An average Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in the UAE sends up to Dh2,200 (Php30,000) to loved ones back home for Christmas, according to remittance company officials. “Usually maramihan at malakasan ang padala ng mga OFWs during December,” said Edwin Punzalan,...

Rents going down

Rents going down

DUBAI: Prices of real estate properties across the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are falling due to oversupply, real estate companies said, in what appears to be an opportune time for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) living with their families or friends to upgrade from...

Filipina in Hong Kong found hanging inside her employer’s flat

Filipina in Hong Kong found hanging inside her employer’s flat

A Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong died over the weekend after she hanged herself inside her employer’s flat. In a report by Hong Kong News, police identified the 37-year-old Filipina as “Elen” who worked at 11 Hoi Fai Road. The spokesman for Police Public...

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

The Filipino Times Awards: The essence of excellence

What does The Filipino Times Awards look for? This has been the question of many individual nominees for the upcoming The Filipino Times Awards set to take place this coming November 8. As the award-giving body thrusts towards its fifth year, it has received over 600...

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