We’ve been contacted by a company running a trial for a new mobile remittance service. The system will enable quick instant, mobile money transfers, from the UK to the Philippines via Globe GCash.
Filipinos who regularly send money to friends and family in the Philippines are needed to trial out the new service before the end of the year (31 Dec 2010). All participants will be given an incentive payment of £10.
If you’re interested, please contact us ASAP.
According to ABS-CBN Europe, a British Filipina witnessed the attack on Prince Charles’ car.
Jenalyn Masilungan, who joined the march against increased tuition fees, said, “We’re not protesting against Prince Charles because he’s done nothing wrong to us. He has no say in what the government does. And I think it shouldn’t have got so out of hand with Prince Charles. That was the big story. No one cared about the protest, everyone cared about the attack on Prince Charles.”
Read the full article: Brit-Pinay witnesses attack against Prince Charles (ABS-CBN Europe)
On 4thought.TV, Filipino nurses Rex and Cathie Cortes share why Christmas carols mean so much to them. Catch it on Channel 4, Friday 24 December at 7.55pm.
Watch Cathie Cortes on 4thought.tv through 4oD.
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In the post-recession world, the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program ranked Manila as no. 9 on the 30 Most Dynamic Cities in the World. Surprised? Anyone who’s been to Manila recently won’t have failed to notice the construction boom so perhaps there’s something to this.
“Talk about relying on overseas capital: The Philippines depends so heavily on remittances from far-flung Filipino workers that a 7 percent boost in mailed cash this year dramatically improved the country’s economic projections for 2010. Healthy tourism and demand for IT products helped Manila crack the top ten in Brookings’ rankings for the first time.”
Source: The Atlantic – 30 Most Dynamic Cities in the World