Filipino caregivers complete pre-training in Japanese MANILA - Sixty Filipino caregivers completed Friday a pre-training course in Japanese ahead of their departure for Japan later this month under the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement.
What does JPEPA stand for?
JPEPA stands for Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement
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- Job Postings & Employment News
- Joint Protection Enterprise Network
- Journal of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition
- Joint Program Executive Office
- Joint Program Executive Office for the Joint Tactical Radio System ( US DoD)
- Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense (US DoD)
- Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (US DoD)
- Joint Program Executive Office for Individual Protection
- Joint Planning and Execution Process
- Japan-Peru Economic Partnership Agreement
- Journal of Planning Education and Research
- Joint Personnel Status and Casualty Report (US DoD)
- Jeevan Prakash Education Society (India)
- Job Placement Employment and Training
- Jobs Placement, Education and Training (Australia)
- Joint Planning and Execution Toolkit
- Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
- Journal of Public Economic Theory
- Japan Paper Exporters', Importers' Association
- James Publishing and Editing Tool (software)
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11 as the date for implementation of the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement, the two sides also informed each other in the notes that all necessary legal procedures have been completed.
MANILA, March 9 Kyodo The Philippine Senate committee that conducted a series of public hearings on the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement will recommend ''conditional concurrence'' of the controversial free trade agreement, the committee chairman said Sunday.
Miriam Santiago, chair of the Senate committee conducting a public hearing on the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement, said the Senate will likely send the treaty back to the executive for renegotiation because it is ''riddled with constitutional defects.
Since last month, the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee has been conducting weekly hearings on the strengths and weaknesses of the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement that has set off a fierce debate between the government and the accord's critics.