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Winston Conrad Padojinog

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University of Asia and the Pacific

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University of Asia and the Pacific

Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center

Pasig City, Metro Manila,1605

Philippines

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Dean (2010-2015)

School of Management at the University of Asia


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Advocacy Archives - Earthlingorgeous

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Winston Padojinog, President of the University of Asia and The Pacific


SBDMC - Archive

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Winston Conrad Padojinog, an economist with the University of Asia and Pacific, said barriers in the Philippines include the high costs of electricity and inter-island shipping; red tape and "unofficial" expenses; weak legal protection of intellectual property rights; and the frequent intervention of the judiciary as well as the slow pace of judicial decisions.
Padojinog said the Philippines" advantage was its deep pool of labor and its available land; telecommunication facilities and the air and sea transport infrastructure already in place. "(On the other hand,) Taiwan"s shortage of skilled workers and of available land for industrial use; the high cost of low-end manufacturing; and over-weighted portfolio pf investments in mainland China were driving offshore investments," he added.


iloilophilippines.org

Lilia De Lima of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority, Prof. Winston Conrad Padojinog of the University of Asia and the Pacific, Arch.


ASIAN STOCK FOCUS: Philippine Ppty Stks On The Rise | Space industry news

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Winston B. Padojinog, an economist at University of Asia and the Pacific, told a local newspaper that increased demand for top-grade commercial offices will drive vacancy this year down to 15% of available space from nearly 35% in 1999.


YEHEY!News

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Winston Padojinog, economic professor of the University of Asia and the Pacific, predicted that arrivals could even hit 2.6 million, resulting in tourism revenues of $2.26 billion or P126.5 billion for the Philippines this year.


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