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The Inside Man

With less than 700 days in his presidency, President Pnoy's latest SONA still managed to promise a lot by way of infrastructure.


posted August 16, 2014 09:54 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

But with both the DAP and PDAF now declared unconstitutional, what happens to the long postponed projects for better roads and less floods?


posted August 04, 2014 19:23 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

Filipino drivers are not reputed to be expert lane changers nor are they adept in merging as they are in horn blowing, passing lane hogging and tailgating.


posted July 28, 2014 14:33 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

With millions of vehicles constantly, over time, subject to recalls, it is a wonder why consumers aren't in revolt...


posted July 14, 2014 15:14 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

He has the same pet peeves and prejudices, dreams and ambitions, just as most of us who muse and curse every time we drive on traffic clogged EDSA.


posted June 26, 2014 16:12 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

It was a heartbreaker as deals go, when Optimal, SMC's Infrastructure unit didn't win the 47.0km CALAX PPP due to a 'packaging' technicality.


posted June 17, 2014 12:13 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

A year the Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act was passed, now with a set of IRR, the Police are ready for its application starting tomorrow.


posted May 31, 2014 14:03 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

PPP and BOT; Proper perspective of the past.


posted May 27, 2014 17:43 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

Yes, cramming can deliver results, but if we didn't delay too long, we could have squeezed even more projects into the 6-year PNoy term.


posted May 06, 2014 17:47 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

Erap had spoken. The current City Fathers of Manila have given the three oil majors up to 2016 to vacate the Pandacan oil depot.


posted April 27, 2014 16:48 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →

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