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Manila FAME April 2018 Posts P386M in Sales

The Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions reported P385.6 million in total sales for the recently concluded Manila FAME show, the country’s premier lifestyle and design event, held last April 19-21 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila. Export deals were valued at P326.8 million with local sales at P58.7 million across Manila FAME […].....»»

Category: newsSource: metrocebu metrocebuMay 16th, 2018

URC net income slides further in Q1 2018

MANILA, Philippines – Gokongwei-led food manufacturer Universal Robina Corporation (URC)  saw its recent slide in net income continue in the 1st quarter of 2018, as a weak peso and inflation took a toll on domestic sales. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) on Monday, April 30, URC reported ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 30th, 2018

Goldberg leads WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2018 inductees

MANILA, Philippines – Who's next? They are. The newest batch of professional wrestling icons were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in a ceremony on Friday, April 6 (Saturday, April 7 in the Philippines). The class of 2018 is led by Goldberg, a powerhouse who took the wrestling world by ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 7th, 2018

The Script gears up for 4th PH visit

  The Script, the Irish band known for its anthemic heartbreak songs that fuse pop-rock and rap, will hold a concert on April 14, 2018 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, according to local promoter Midas Promotions. The coming show---the group's fourth in Manila---is part of it's "Freedom Child" world tour, which was launched in support of its fifth studio album of the same title (call 4702222). Led by singer and former "The Voice UK" coach Danny O'Donoghue, The Script is behind such hits as "The Man Who Can't Be Moved," "Breakeven," "Hall of Fame" and "Superheroes," and has sold over 29 million albums worldwide.---ALLAN POLICARPIO...Keep on reading: The Script gears up for 4th PH visit.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2017

CLI reservation sales up 86% to P8.54B in 2018

CEBU Landmasters, Inc. (CLI) said on Monday it generated P8.54 billion in reservation sales for full-year 2018, exceeding the P4.58 billion it registered in 2017 by 86 percent. In a…READ The post CLI reservation sales up 86% to P8.54B in 2018 appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJan 14th, 2019

Car sales drop 16% on inflation, tax hikes

Automobile sales plunged in 2018 as tax increases and higher-than-expected inflation dashed the “cautious optimism” offered by carmakers at the start of the year. The 16-percent drop to 357,410 units —…READ The post Car sales drop 16% on inflation, tax hikes appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJan 14th, 2019

LIST: Airlines seat sale in January 2019

MANILA, Philippines – Planning to snag your dream get-away this year? Book a flight soon as several airlines are opening the year by holding seat sales this January. BDO also has a travel sale that includes several airlines. (READ:  Plan your 13 long weekends in 2018 ) Here are the airlines offering cheaper fares this month: Philippine Airlines Flag carrier Philippine Airlines has ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2019

PCSO: Partial 2018 revenue hits P59.4B | The Manila Times Online

THE Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) ended 2018 with a bang as it reported partial sales of P59.4 billion, excluding the revenue from Small Town Lottery (STL) for the monthREAD The post PC.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJan 10th, 2019

PCSO: Partial 2018 revenue hits P59.4B

THE Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) ended 2018 with a bang as it reported partial sales of P59.4 billion, excluding the revenue from Small Town Lottery (STL) for the month…READ The post PCSO: Partial 2018 revenue hits P59.4B appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsJan 10th, 2019

Shinya Aoki excited to fight for ONE lightweight belt vs Eduard Folayang in hometown Japan

MANILA, Philippines---Shinya Aoki waited more than two years to have a crack at the ONE World lightweight championship that he once owned. The Japanese fighter reigned as the promotion's lightweight champion from April 2013 to November 2016 before losing the strap to Eduard Folayang via technical knockout. Hell bent on regaining that he held for more than three years, Aoki (42-8) went on a 3-1 stomp on the next four fights after his loss to Folayang including three straight victories in 2018. And it's after those victories that Aoki finally got a chance at the title he once owned against the very same fighter who defeated him. Aoki will be facing Folayang in the main even...Keep on reading: Shinya Aoki excited to fight for ONE lightweight belt vs Eduard Folayang in hometown Japan.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2019

10 can’t-miss moments in sports for 2019

2018 is already in the books. Now, we look forward to the next chapters we’re all about to read in 2019. Laban Azkals in AFC Asian Cup – January The Azkals will enter historic grounds as early as January as they play for the first time in the AFC Asian Cup in 2019. Their ticket was booked after crushing Tajikistan in a 2-1 home victory early in 2018. With a world-renowned mentored on their side in Sven-Goran Eriksson and veteran national players, the Azkals will travel to the United Arab Emirates for the continental showdown. The Azkals kick off their 2019 AFC Cup Campaign on January 7th against South Korea, followed by a match against China PR on January 11th, before closing out the Group Stage on January 16th against Kyrgyzstan.  Newest season of the oldest professional league in Asia – January After just roughly a month of break from basketball action, the oldest professional league in Asia is back. The PBA will be kicking off its 44th season on January 13 with San Miguel defending its Philippine Cup title. Aside from that, marquee rookies such as CJ Perez, Robert Bolick, and Paul Desiderio are all set to play their first professional games with their respective teams. Up next on Pacman’s list – January The Filipinos will be treated to quality boxing as early as January 19 when Manny Pacquiao defends his WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Championship against challenger American Adrien Broner. After two years of fighting outside the US, Pacquiao will be back in Las Vegas to defend his title against a tough challenger in Broner. Just like old times, Freddie Roach will be back in Pacquiao's corner, this time serving as a consultant. Fanning the flames for a place in FIBA World Cup 2019 – February For the Philippines to be back in the FIBA World Cup, these are the things that need to happen: we must sweep out last two games then Japan must lose at least one of its last two games – giving us the third spot in Group F. Alternatively, we can pin our hopes on China winding up in the top four of its group – giving Groups E and F four berths apiece. Gilas Pilipinas begins its trek through that long and winding road away from home up against Qatar. All teams are teams-to-beat in UAAP 81 Volleyball – February The exciting and highly entertaining collegiate volleyball league is back on February 16. Things to watch out for? La Salle's bid for their fourth consecutive title, Ateneo's face post-Tai Bundit era, UP's confident aura coming off two major preseason championships, and UST's game-changing rookies. Eaglets-Bullpups Finals rematch or not – March Without a doubt, Ateneo and NU, the very same two teams that battled in the Finals last year, are the favorites to go all the way back to the champipnship round in the ongoing season. After all, the Blue Eaglets still have 7-foot-1, 16-year-old Kai Sotto and the Bullpups boast of the deepest roster in all of high school. After the first round of eliminations, however, it’s also clear that RJ Abarrientos-led FEU-Diliman and Joem Sabandal-fronted Adamson have other plans. For sure, something’s gotta give. Alab Pilipinas’ shot at history – April In the almost decade-long history of the Asean Basketball League, no team has won back-to-back championships. Alab Pilipinas is here to change that with the Puerto Rican pair of Renaldo Balkman and PJ Ramos showing the way alongside two-time Local MVP Ray Parks Jr. No doubt, this is the most talented team in franchise history and as such, nothing but a second straight title will be an acceptable outcome. The NCAA is five years away from its centennial celebration – July The first collegiate league in the country is approaching rarified air. Set to open its milestone mark 95th Season, the same old intensity is to be expected in the NCAA. The protagonists, however, may very well be different as all of last year’s Final Four teams will now be missing their main men – Robert Bolick for San Beda, CJ Perez for LPU, Bong Quinto for Letran, and Prince Eze for Perpetual. Is the UAAP 82 Basketball crown Katipunan’s to keep – September In Season 82, all teams will be seeking to nip the dynasty that the Ateneo Blue Eagles are trying to build. After going for back-two-back last season, all eyes will still be on them as their enter the season with an intact core. However, just like Season 81 it will not be a walk in the park with all contenders striving to match their caliber through massive recruitment, coach changes, and tough training camps. Filipino hospitality in SEA Games 2019 – November For the first time since 2005, the SEA Games will be played in Manila. That means that, at long last, our regional neighbors will yet again experience that world-renowned warmth of the Philippines and its people. Make no mistake, however, the Filipinos are all set to go all-out and dominate the medal tally – whether that be basketball in Manila or athletics and aquatics in Clark......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 31st, 2018

Top sports headliners in the year that was

From the FIFA World Cup to the NBA, the PBA to the UAAP and NCAA, the Asian Games to Manny Pacquiao, volleyball to MMA, the past 12 months truly was a great year for Filipino sports fans.   Here are some of the most memorable sports headliners that bannered the year that was.    San Miguel Corporation dominates PBA San Miguel Corporation owned 2018. For the first time in the history of the Asia’s first professional basketball league one company dominated all three conferences of the PBA. The San Miguel Beermen annexed their fourth straight Philippine Cup title against sister team Magnolia last May, while Ginebra rode on undersized do-it-all forward Justin Brownlee to the Commissioner's Cup title at the expense of San Miguel last August. Then it was Magnolia's time to shine in December. The Hotshots dismantled Alaska in six games to complete SMC’s domination of PBA 2018. Outside of basketball, SMC also made its presence felt in volleyball as Petron bagged the Grand Prix, Challenge Cup (beach volleyball) and the All-Filipino Conference in the Philippine Superliga.   Kai Sotto stands tall as Ateneo takes title vs NU Kai Sotto became a household name in 2018 as the 7'1" wunderkind showed off in the UAAP Season 80 juniors' basketball tournament. The eventual Finals MVP was a beast in Game 1 of the Finals against the NU Bullpups, tallying a triple-double of 22 points, 16 rebounds, and 11 blocks in the 86-70 win, the first of its kind since 2003. Ateneo finished the season almost unscathed at 16-1, with their lone loss in Game 2 of the series, a very chippy one to say the least. In Game 3, Sotto came up clutch, scoring the go-ahead basket, 60-58, with about 30 seconds left as Ateneo came away with the 63-58 win to take the title.  SJ Belangel, Joaqui Manuel, Dave Ildefonso and Jason Credo, and coach Joe Silva all appeared in their last games for the Blue Eaglets.   DLSU completes three-peat; NU dethrones Ateneo  The UAAP Season 80 volleyball tournament was filled with lasting memories that will surely be remembered for a long time. Numerous upsets in the eliminations, great games, and much more were the name of the game for the women's tournament. However, a long-time rivalry was rekindled when two-time defending champs De La Salle Lady Spikers met 29-time title holders FEU Lady Tamaraws for all the marbles last May. Kim Kianna Dy, Majoy Baron, and Dawn Macandili all ended their careers on a high note as they swept graduating Bernadeth Pons and the Lady Tamaraws in two straight games to win their third straight title. Graduating libero Macandili was named Finals MVP for the first and final time in her collegiate career.  Behind their magnificent floor defense and some stellar play from Finals MVP Bryan Bagunas, the NU Bulldogs also swept three-time defending champions Ateneo Blue Eagles to reclaim a title they last enjoyed in Season 76. Espejo, a five-time UAAP MVP, had an awesome performance for the world's record books, scoring a record-55 points to force the FEU Tamaraws to a do-or-die Final Four. The Blue Eagle legend had played his last, and has since suited up for a semi-pro team in Japan's topflight volleyball league.   Alab fends off Mono Vampire to claim ABL title San Miguel-backed Alab Pilipinas were such a glorious sight to see in the eighth season of the Asean Basketball League (ABL) last March. Coached by perennial fan favorite Jimmy Alapag in his very first season, the trio of Renaldo Balkman, Justin Brownlee, and Local and Finals MVP Bobby Ray Parks to their first title in home soil. Alab faced Thailand-based Mono Vampire, who were led by Mike Singletary, towering Sam Deguara, Fil-Am Jason Brickman and Pinoy Paul Zamar. In the very same day as the coronation of the UAAP volleyball championships, Alab took home the crown in a rousing 102-92 victory in Sta. Rosa, much to the delight of the home crowd. Balkman, the league's Defensive Player of the Year led Alab in scoring with 32, while Brownlee added 24 of his own. Parks added 13 markers. The two imports played in the PBA for the Commissioner's Cup, where Balkman (San Miguel) and Brownlee (Ginebra) would face each other in the Finals.   (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) Warriors send LeBron packing to Los Angeles The Golden St. Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers locked horns in the NBA Finals for the fourth straight season after the two teams were pushed to the brink in the Conference Finals. Both teams were down 3-2 and won Game 7 on the road to win their respective conferences, with both teams banking on experience to forge another bout in the championship series. Game 1 was undoubtedly the most exciting game in the series as LeBron James had an epic performance of 51 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assists.  However, JR Smith's blunder at the end of regulation became the lasting image of that game, as he dribbled out the clock with the score tied at 107-all. The defending champions rode the surge and took the opening game, 124-114. Stephen Curry's brillant performance throughout the series was overshadowed by Kevin Durant's dagger in Game 3, a few feet away from the spot where he launched the go-ahead three in Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals. Durant was named as the Bill Russell Finals MVP after norming 28.8 ppg, 10.8 rpg, and 7.5 apg in the four-game sweep, demolishing the Cavs 108-85 in the series finale last June. It would also be the last game LeBron James had in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform, as he bolted for the Los Angeles Lakers almost a month later.   (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) France rules 2018 FIFA World Cup The most-coveted title of the beautiful game returned to France after two decades. The youthful French squad celebrated their conquest soaked in a downpour in Moscow after a 4-2 victory over first-time finalist Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup last July. Teenager Kylian Mbappe stood out in the French team composed of a bunch of 25 and under players. Speed, strength and youth became France’s biggest asset during the quadrennial football spectacle watched by almost 3.5 billion viewers around the world.  The 19-year-old migrant scored one of the four goals in the championship match to become the second teen to score a goal in the Finals after the legendary Pele back in 1958. France defeated Belgium in the semifinal, 1-0, while Croatia outlasted the favored Russians in penalty shootout, 4-3 (2-2). The French team also displayed diversity, with players born of migrant parents including Alphonse Areola, whose parents are both Filipinos working in France.   Pac on top, The Filipino Flash returns The most-celebrated Filipino athlete continued make the headlines this year. Manny Pacquaio stripped Lucas Matthysse of his WBA welterweight world championship belt with a seventh round technical knockout win in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in July. Pacquiao split with long-time trainer Freddie Roach during his build up for the Matthysse bout back in April but confirmed their partnership once again for the 40-year old boxer’s title defense against Adrien Broner next year. Nonito Donaire Jr. announced that he would be going back down to super bantamweight after a loss to Carl Frampton in April for the interim WBO Featherweight belt and would be taking part in the World Boxing Super Series' super bantamweight tournament.  Matched up in the quarterfinal round against Ryan Burnett back in November, Donaire scored what many consider an upset, winning via TKO after the Irishman suffered a back injury to snatch the WBA (Super) Bantamweight World Championship.  Up next for Donaire will be WBO Super Bantamweight World Champion Zolani Tete of South Africa in the semifinals.           Pinay power in the Asian Games   The Philippines participated in the 18th Asian Games held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia that ran from August 18 to September 2. A total of 272 athletes that participated in 31 sports represented the country in the quadrennial meet with Jordan Clarkson of the Cleveland Cavaliers and medalist Margielyn Didal marching as flagbearers in the opening and closing ceremonies, respectively. Rio Olympian Hidilyn Diaz gave the PHI its first gold medal in women’s -53 kg. weightlifting. Five days after Diaz’s victory, the trio of Yuka Saso, Bianca Pagdanganan and Lois Kaye Go accounted for the women’s golf team mint. Saso also bagged the individual gold. In Palembang, Didal rolled her way into winning the women’s street skateboard gold. The celebrated men’s basketball team started out strong after routing Kazakhstan but lost by two-points to China in the group stage. The Gilas Pilipinas squad advanced in the quarterfinals but bowed down to South Korea by nine points eventually settling for a fifth spot in the classification phase after wins over Japan and Syria. The PHI finished with a 4-2-15 gold-silver-bronze haul and landed at 19th spot, three places higher that its 2014 finish in Incheon, South Korea.      Red Lions roar, Blue Eagles soar San Beda University continued its mastery over the NCAA as it annexed its third straight title and 22nd overall. The Red Lions grabbed its 11th crown in 13 years at the expense of Lyceum of the Philippines University. It was one-sided championship series – just like in their Finals meeting last year – with the San Beda ripping the Pirates apart in Game One with LPU playing sans its best player in CJ Perez, who was banned for one game after failing to notify the league of his intention to join the PBA Draft. Perez returned in Game 2 but even his presence didn’t stop the Red Lions from painting the NCAA red once again. In probably one of the most memorable UAAP season in recent years, Ateneo de Manila University won its second straight crown. Ivorian tower and Rookie of the Year 6-foot-11 Ange Kouame made an immediate impact for the Blue Eagles complementing the already stacked Ateneo squad led by Finals MVP Thirdy Ravena. But the glory of Ateneo was overshadowed by the Cinderalla story of the team it vanquished in the Finals. Climbing up from the cellar in the past years, University of the Philippines made history by making it in the Finals for the first time since winning it all in 1986. But before their championship stint, the Fighting Maroons ended a two-decade Final Four drought. UP then shocked twice-to-beat Adamson University with both games decided by game-winners. Ateneo came in the series as the title favorites but overwhelming support from a very hungry UP community and underdogs fans backed the Fighting Maroons. But in the end, it was the Blue Eagles championship experience that prevailed.       Pinoys make wave in MMA Fighters under Team Lakay flexed their muscles in One Championship. Flyweight star Geje Eustaquio opened the year with an interim championship win over former champion Kairat Akhmetov in Manila back in January. Eustaquio then defeated two-time champion Adriano Moraes in Macau last July to become the undisputed ONE Flyweight World Champion.  Joshua Pacio earned the ONE Strawweight World Championship last September after a unanimous decision win over two-time champion Japanese Yoshitaka Naito. Kevin Belingon dropped former world title challenger Andrew Leone with a now-famous spinning back kick in April. He followed it up with a dominating win over then-two division world champion Martin Nguyen to capture the ONE Interim Bantamweight World Champion. Belingon ended the five-year reign and seven-year winning streak of of long-time bantamweight king Brazilian Bibiano Fernandes in November via split decision.  Eduard Folayang outclassed Singaporean contender Amir Khan at ONE: Conquest of Champions in Manila in early December to bag the ONE Lightweight World Championship for the second time in his storied career.  BRAVE Combat Federation Bantamweight World Champion Stephen Loman successfully defended his title twice in 2018.  Reigning ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon Vera needed only 64 seconds to knockout hard-hitting Italian challenger Mauro Cerilli in Manila early December to remain the king of the ONE Championship heavyweight kingdom.    Petron, Creamline rule respective club leagues Creamline claimed its breakthrough championship in the Premier Volleyball League by sweeping PayMaya in the Reinforced Conference Finals series last July. Alyssa Valdez finally ended a two-year title drought with the Cool Smashers' victory. Creamline opposite hitter Michele Gumabao was named Miss Globe-Philippines during the Binibining Pilipinas 2018 last March. Gumabao represented the country in the 2018 Miss Globe in Albania last October and won the Miss Social Media and Dream Girl awards while landing a spot in the Top 15.     The Cool Smashers completed a sweep of the PVL’s Season 2 after claiming the Open Conference crown at the expense of Ateneo-Motolite via an emphatic series sweep this month. In the Philippine Superliga, Petron reigned supreme in the Grand Prix after taking down archrival F2 Logistics last May. Petron extended its supremacy in the sands after the tandem of Sisi Rondina and Bernadethn Pons defeated Dhannylaine Demontano and Jackielyn Estoquia of Sta. Lucia in the Challenge Cup final last May. The Cargo Movers got its revenge in the Invitational Cup, toppling the Blaze Spikers in a series sweep last July. Petron wrapped the year with the All-Filipino Conference in its pocket. The Blaze Spikers won its first 14 games before dropping Game 2 of the Finals. Petron swept F2 Logistics in Game 3......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 30th, 2018

Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs

*Job Summary* Primary responsible in ensuring timely preparation of necessary documents of units such as Sales Invoicing/Warrant Invoicing/Internal Parts…From Indeed – Fri, 28 Dec 2018 03:51:50 GMT – View all Valenzuela jobs Source link link: Accounting Assistant – HBD – Valenzuela – Manila Jobs.....»»

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