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Maalaala Mo Kaya (Tinapay) Replay September 3, 2011

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Maalaala Mo Kaya (Tinapay) Replay September 3, 2011
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Maalaala Mo Kaya (Tinapay) Replay September 3, 2011
rrrMaalaala Mo Kaya (Tagalog for: “Would you remember?/Remembering”) is a Filipino drama program which was first aired in 1991 and has since been the longest-running drama anthology on Philippine television.rrIt is named after the song Maalaala Mo Kaya by Constancio de Guzman, which is also the show’s theme song. The show uses the cover version performed by Dulce. In recent years, it also uses the cover version by Carol Banawa in the closing credits. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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Dollar weaker in Asia as Obama, Abe hold talks 

TOKYO – The dollar weakened in Asia on Thursday with traders eyeing a visit by US President Barack Obama to Japan hoping for some progress on stalled talks over a Pacific-wide free-trade zone.
The greenback changed hands at ¥102.34 in Tokyo midday trading, down from ¥102.50 in New York Wednesday.
The euro bought $1.3819 and ¥141.49, against $1.3816 and ¥141.61 in new York, where the single currency won support from an upbeat report on eurozone business activity.
Obama, who arrived in Tokyo Wednesday on the first leg of a four-nation tour, held talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Thursday morning. Among the top items on his agenda was moving ahead on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
Talks over the proposed pact – which encompasses 12 nations including the US and Japan – have been held up as Tokyo and Washington lock horns over key details, including Japanese tariffs on agricultural products.
Top negotiators from both sides have spent days seeking a breakthrough over the dispute, which will entail painful political choices that could inflame anti-free trade advocates on both sides of the Pacific.
Japanese economy minister Akira Amari was scheduled to hold a news conference Thursday afternoon in Tokyo following the summit, with some local media reporting the two countries may strike a deal.
But Osamu Takashima, chief FX strategist at Citi Bank Japan, said any impact on currency markets could be limited.
"It is unclear how much the market would respond over the short term, as hedge funds and others are substantially reducing their risk tolerance," Takashima said.
On Wednesday, Wall Street saw a sell-off after US new-home sales dived 14.5 percent in March from a year earlier, the second successive month of slower sales.
The euro was steady against the dollar after Markit Economics said its Eurozone Composite Purchasing Managers Index for April, a leading indicator of manufacturing and services activity, jumped to its highest reading since May 2011. – Agence France-Presse

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