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Economics and feng shui forum slated

/ 06:41 AM January 18, 2012

THE Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) and Cebu Business Club (CBC) will bring back CBC executive director Fernando Fajardo and University of San Carlos economics professor and feng shui consultant Marites Allen for another round of discussion on what to expect in the year of the Water Dragon for the Views and Prospects 2012 on Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Casino Español de Cebu.

Fajardo will discuss what caused the slowdown of the economy in 2011 and where the economy is heading this year.

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He will also discuss what the government should do to propel economic growth.

Marites Allen, president and chief executive officer of World of Feng Shui (WOFS) Philippines, will bring her expertise in the use of feng shui in business to the participants.

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Allen will give a general outlook for the Year of the Water Dragon in line with business/wealth, relationship, health, career, education, stock markets, remedies, cures and enhancers.

Last year, the MCCI, in partnership with CBC, organized Views and Prospects forum on the lessons of the previous year and opportunities of the new year in the aspect of economics and feng shui.

Views and Prospects 2012 is chaired by Carmel de Pio-Salvador.

Interested participants may call the MCCI Secretariat at 420-2232 and 420-2252 or the CBC Secretariat at 253-4411 and 253-4427.

The registration fee is P600 for MCCI and CBC members and P700 for nonmembers. The fee includes buffet snacks.

Those who register on or before Jan. 20 will get a discounted rate of P500.

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