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A look into the new wave of online shopping
by/Therese Reyes May 31, 2016

What’s next for e-commerce in the Philippines?

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Internet connection in convenience stores?
Jun 30, 2016
Bags for fish, meat needed
July 19, 2016 By Jeandie O. Galolo

Soon, you may have to find an alternative way to bring fish and meat home after the Mandaue City Government announced stricter implementation of City Ordinance 12-2010-562 or the Plastic Bag Prohibition Ordinance, an order that has been met with a mix of support and opposition

Malls - etc.

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Top 5 Largest Malls in the Philippines - Updated 2016

Feb 12, 2016

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10 Largest Malls

May 24, 2014
(2014 Edition)

SM Supermalls

Mainpage with e.g. Mall locator

owned by SM Prime Holdings, is a chain of shopping malls in the Philippines, comprising around 55 malls located across the country.

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SM Mall of Asia - SM MOA

 a shopping mall in Bay City, Pasay, near the SM Central Business Park, the Manila Bay, and the southern end of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA).
Owned and developed by SM Prime Holdings, the largest mall chain owner and developer in the Philippines, it has a land area of 42 hectares, a gross floor area of approximately 406,962 square metres, and attracts a daily average foot traffic of about 200,000 people

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SM Seaside City Cebu

Guide for Real Estate, Shopping, Restaurants and Nightlife.
The fourth largest mall in the world!

Where to go and what to do in SM Seaside City Cebu.

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Abreeza Mall

a large shopping mall complex located at J.P. Laurel Avenue, Bajada in Davao City

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PARKMALL
Cebu's 'PET FRIENDLIEST' Shopping MALL

It’s an idea that has become extremely popular where families can shop, meet other pet lovers and bond with their pets.
It can be noisy at times with maybe an occasional dogfight but nothing serious. One never really knows from one week to the next what type of pets we will see while out shopping…. Could be dogs, cats, birds, snakes, mice, talking parrots, rabbits, exotic animals like iguanas, bearded dragons, etc. making it the most diverse pet gathering in Cebu and the country.

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Sari-sari store - etc.

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Sari-sari store

A sari-sari store is a convenience store found in the Philippines. The word sari-sari is Tagalog meaning "variety". Such stores form an important economic and social location in a Filipino community. It is present in almost all neighborhoods, sometimes even in every street. Most sari-sari stores are privately owned shops and are operated inside the shopkeeper's house.

Empowering Sari-Sari Stores

The Sari-Sari Stores are vital assets in the local economy. We perceive these small business people as "heroes" of the Micro-economy at the grassroots of our society

Look also HERE - Magna Kultura Foundation has been organizing outreach seminar programs designed to educate retail store owners and store-keepers with basic business skills. Most of the vendors are “un-schooled” in business enterprise management.

 and The Filipino Sari-Sari Store
by/Hazel Jean Malapit

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Sari Sari stores - examples - etc.

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Markets - stalls

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Muni Market

At MUNI, we encourage people to think critically, to ask questions about the things they buy, the food they eat, the way they get around, and make changes in their lifestyle to live more mindfully everyday.
MUNI comes from the Filipino word “muni-muni“, which means to think, ponder, muse, or reflect.

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Palengke

a type of public market and usually composed of several dozen stalls arranged in rows under a shared roof. Management is usually by the local governmental units whose jurisdiction encompasses the physical location of the markets.

Carbon Market: A Hundred Years of Trading
The oldest and largest public market in Cebu City - Carbon Market - is a vibrant conglomeration of all types of vendors and goods. The market has also become a major tourist destination, mainly because it offers choices of inexpensive souvenirs and is easily accessible as it is located in the downtown area of Cebu City

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Sitangkai, Tawi Tawi

A few floating market, One of the liveliest but least known of them is the one kilometer marine causeway at Sitangkai, Tawi-Tawi.

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Market in Angeles City

Chicken, Fish, Vegetables. A Sunday morning walk through the market. Uploaded on Nov 20, 2011

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The Danao Public Market

a great place to shop for almost anything. The market has, fish, fruit, vegetables, tools, pots and pans, clothing, shoes, live animals, snacks, full meals, and a variety of services. By/Peter White Apr 3, 2015

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Market at Palompon

Uploaded Mar 28, 2009 by/Nancy A.
I visited this market on a Sunday morning -- what a rich place!

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GIANT Miagao Farmers Market at Miagao Iloilo

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Seafood Markets

Manila & Dampa

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Different kinds of Fruit and Vegetables stalls - stores

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Street Market
Jun 24, 2016 by Peter White

On weekends a temporary market pops up in Liloan near the center of the town. Some vendors arrive near sunrise and are gone before noon.

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'Malatapay' livestock market in the Visayas
Oct 3, 2015

Tatay Gerry tries his luck in the largest livestock market in the Visayas region: Malatapay. He hopes to sell his only carabao so he can send money to his daughter who's the first member of their family to go to college. (Date aired: Sept. 19, 2015)

Palamig Business

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Palamig

During hot season, Palamig, coolers or most likely called samalamig is a thirst-quenchers that may contain gulaman jelly or any other pulps you can add on it and usually flavored with different drink powders or from a wide variety of fruit extracts.

Videos

How to start a 'palamig' business

One simple way to make money this summer is to sell cold drinks. How does one start a business selling "palamig"? Watch the video for more information! Mar 25, 2014

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How to start Palamig business. How to make Palamig by InJoy and Pinoyhowto. Jan 3, 2015

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Duty Free shopping

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Duty Free Philippines Corporation, DFPC

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TVC - Duty Free ng Bayan

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Consumers, Law and Rights - Etc.

Consumer Unions, Foundations, Associations - etc.

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BTRCB Bureau of Trade Regulation and Consumer protection, BTRCB

is committed to develop an environment where there exists an empowered and responsible consumer sector.

Consumer-related Laws in the Philippines
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7394
THE CONSUMER ACT OF THE PHILIPPINESLook RA 7394 as pdf  

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REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7394
THE CONSUMER ACT OF THE PHILIPPINES
by Nelsie Marketing

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An intro to the Consumer Act of the Philippines
Jun 19, 2015
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RA 7394 - Consumer Act of the Philippines by/ Nelsie Marketing
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The Consumer Act of the Philippines. Aug 23, 2015

Consumer Act of Philippines - Mobile applications (App)

Check out and search the entire Consumer Act of the Philippines. It is the policy of the State to protect the interests of the consumer, promote her general welfare and to establish standards of conduct for business and industry. The Act has the following objectives:

a) protection against hazards to health and safety;
b) protect against deceptive, unfair and unconscionable sales acts and practices;
c) provision of information and education to facilitate sound choice and the proper exercise of rights by the consumer;
d) provision of adequate rights and means of redress; and
e) involvement of consumer representatives in the formulation of social and economic policies.

CONSUMER PROTECTION

A Country Report by:
Assistant Director Jaime Lasaro L. Olmos
Bureau of Trade Regulation and Consumer Protection
Department of Trade and Industry

The Eight Basic Consumer Rights

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The Eight Basic Consumer Rights
Sep 2, 2015 by/Gregory Louis Magbanua
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RA - 7394 Know your consumer rights
Philippines UNCUT Oct 25, 2012
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How government protects consumers
Health A/sec Bernie Flores and Rod Marcelino discuss with Trade Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya how government protects consumers against unfair traders and below-standard or defective products. Oct 27, 2012

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SUPER Consumers’

stands for S-ustained, U-pbeat, P-rotected, E-mpowered and R-esponsible Consumers. It is envisioned to elevate the level of consciousness of consumers from mere simple consumers who are just concerned of their basic needs to a more conscious, socially-oriented, morally accountable, and empowered consumers.

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Why millennials are now the apple of advertisers' eyes

by Chris Schnabel 2:30 PM, September 13, 2016
As the combined spending power of millennials is projected to soar, the advertising world is coming up with ways to reach the younger consumers

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DTI monitors prices, quality of school supplies
May 27, 2016 By Ace June Rell S. Perez
WITH the resumption of classes drawing near, the regional office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) through its “Gabay sa Presyo ng School Supplies” campaign is doing a more stringent price monitoring on all office and school supply items in the market bent on achieving a zero Consumers’ Act violation record for this year.
Consumers can report overpricing retailers by calling DTI Direct 751-3330 or 0917-834-3330.

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Filipinos most confident consumers in Southeast Asia – poll
by/ Chrisee Dela Paz February 02, 2016

Vacations, gadgets, and out-of-home entertainment rank high on Filipinos' shopping lists

Magna Carta Magna Carta for Residential Electricity Consumers
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Consumers Union of the Philippines, CUP

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The NATIONAL CONSUMER AFFAIRS FOUNDATION, NCAF

IDEAL PARENTS & FAMILY FOUNDATION, IPFF

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