CAN OF SARDINES, INSTANT NOODLES – Now the Philippine symbols of poverty

FROM DRIED FISH TO GALUNGGONG AND NOW CANS OF SARDINES AND PACK OF INSTANT NOODLES BY ROGER M. BALANZA THE P8 daily wage increase proposed on the average by regional units in the country of the Tripartite Wage and Productivity Board (RTWPB) and pushed by the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) for government to adopt can hardly buy a can of sardines or a pack of instant noodles—-now the national symbols of poverty in the Philippines. A can of sardines now cost at the minimum of P15 while a pack of noodles is P10. Sardines and noodles throughout the … Continue reading CAN OF SARDINES, INSTANT NOODLES – Now the Philippine symbols of poverty

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