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@ pepponeskie Nawala kog pipila ka katuigan sa Istorya bro, residente naman diay ka diha? Hehehe. Great success story... Congrats! Ngutana ko nimo bi. Sa ...

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    Nawala kog pipila ka katuigan sa Istorya bro, residente naman diay ka diha?
    Hehehe. Great success story... Congrats!

    Ngutana ko nimo bi.
    Sa dihang niapas imong asawa ug pamilya after 7months, aha siya nanukad, sa pinas?
    Kon Pinas, dili ra kutihan ang IO?
    Salamat daan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toting View Post
    @pepponeskie
    Nawala kog pipila ka katuigan sa Istorya bro, residente naman diay ka diha?
    Hehehe. Great success story... Congrats!

    Ngutana ko nimo bi.
    Sa dihang niapas imong asawa ug pamilya after 7months, aha siya nanukad, sa pinas?
    Kon Pinas, dili ra kutihan ang IO?
    Salamat daan.
    salamat bai.

    Sa SG man to nanukad akong asawa pag apas niya, wala ra man sad ang IO sa sg.

    Kung sa atoa manukad, murag visa ug airport fee ra man tingale kailangan ana.

    asa naman d i ka karon?

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    No wonder ngano ganahan kaau ang mga asylum seekers mo anhi ug Norway...tungod d i ani.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-n...-idUSKBN18T283

    Factbox: Norway's $960 billion sovereign wealth fund

    (Reuters) - Norway’s $960 billion sovereign wealth fund is the world’s largest. Here are some facts about the fund:

    ** The fund invests the Norwegian state’s proceeds from oil and gas production for future generations. It was set up as a sovereign wealth fund in 1998. Since then its annual net real return on investment was 3.79 percent, below its 4 percent target.

    ** The fund has grown so large that it is two-and-a-half times the size of the Norwegian economy. Its size is equivalent to $185,000 for each man, woman and child in Norway.

    ** It is managed by a unit of the central bank, called Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM). It answers to the board of the central bank and the Norwegian parliament.

    ** It can invest in stocks, bonds and real estate abroad only. It owns on average 1.3 percent of global equities.

    ** To prevent the economy from overheating, Norwegian governments can only use a limited amount of the overall value of the fund.

    ** Until recently the so-called fiscal spending rule (“handlingsreglen”) was for an average of 4 percent of the fund’s value to be used for national budgets. It is now 3 percent, partly because the fund has grown so large but also out of concern that the future return on investment could become smaller.

    ** It also has an ethical mandate. It does not invest in companies that produce tobacco, nuclear weapons or anti-personnel landmines, among other criteria. So far some 66 companies have been excluded on ethical grounds.

    ** The fund’s biggest country holding at end-2016 was the United States (37.2 percent of the fund’s value), followed by Britain (9.1 percent) and Japan (8.3 percent).

    ** Its three biggest equity holdings were Apple, Nestle and Royal Dutch Shell as of March 31.

    ** Its three biggest government bond holdings as of March 31 were U.S. Treasuries ($67 billion), Japanese government bonds ($22 billion) and German government bonds ($13 billion).

    Sources: NBIM, Norges Bank, Statistics Norway

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepponeskie View Post
    No wonder ngano ganahan kaau ang mga asylum seekers mo anhi ug Norway...tungod d i ani.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-n...-idUSKBN18T283

    Factbox: Norway's $960 billion sovereign wealth fund

    (Reuters) - Norway’s $960 billion sovereign wealth fund is the world’s largest. Here are some facts about the fund:

    ** The fund invests the Norwegian state’s proceeds from oil and gas production for future generations. It was set up as a sovereign wealth fund in 1998. Since then its annual net real return on investment was 3.79 percent, below its 4 percent target.

    ** The fund has grown so large that it is two-and-a-half times the size of the Norwegian economy. Its size is equivalent to $185,000 for each man, woman and child in Norway.

    ** It is managed by a unit of the central bank, called Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM). It answers to the board of the central bank and the Norwegian parliament.

    ** It can invest in stocks, bonds and real estate abroad only. It owns on average 1.3 percent of global equities.

    ** To prevent the economy from overheating, Norwegian governments can only use a limited amount of the overall value of the fund.

    ** Until recently the so-called fiscal spending rule (“handlingsreglen”) was for an average of 4 percent of the fund’s value to be used for national budgets. It is now 3 percent, partly because the fund has grown so large but also out of concern that the future return on investment could become smaller.

    ** It also has an ethical mandate. It does not invest in companies that produce tobacco, nuclear weapons or anti-personnel landmines, among other criteria. So far some 66 companies have been excluded on ethical grounds.

    ** The fund’s biggest country holding at end-2016 was the United States (37.2 percent of the fund’s value), followed by Britain (9.1 percent) and Japan (8.3 percent).

    ** Its three biggest equity holdings were Apple, Nestle and Royal Dutch Shell as of March 31.

    ** Its three biggest government bond holdings as of March 31 were U.S. Treasuries ($67 billion), Japanese government bonds ($22 billion) and German government bonds ($13 billion).

    Sources: NBIM, Norges Bank, Statistics Norway
    Msta summer bai?
    Mga dgko rba ni cla ug mga ulo ahak!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pierced View Post
    Msta summer bai?
    Mga dgko rba ni cla ug mga ulo ahak!
    ok ra bai, pwerteng inita. kumusta dinha?

    mga dagku...pwerteng dagkua, ahhahaha

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    2.000 ledige oljejobber i Rogaland – må hente folk i utlandet

    https://sysla.no/2-000-ledige-oljejo...folk-utlandet/
    pierced likes this.

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    kumusta ang job hiring diri boss? dili ba lisud ang construction experience?

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    Pilay pinaka dako na sweldo mahatag dinhi sa mga companya? Maka dala ka pamilya dini? Og maka buhi ba ang sweldo usually ginahatag nila for 3 dependents with schooling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phattchoi View Post
    kumusta ang job hiring diri boss? dili ba lisud ang construction experience?
    Sa construction industry boss kay kung mag engineer ka, dapat sweto ka sa ilang standards...nya di sad kaayo widely used ang English sa construction. Pero kung CE ka nya sa oil and gas nga trabaho, ok kaau. daghan na jud hiring karong panahona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maccebu View Post
    Pilay pinaka dako na sweldo mahatag dinhi sa mga companya? Maka dala ka pamilya dini? Og maka buhi ba ang sweldo usually ginahatag nila for 3 dependents with schooling?
    depende sa imong trabaho boss...sa Oil and Gas, naay mo start ug sweldo 500k a year (usually mao na pinaka ubos). mga 3M na sa atoa a year, nya limpyo ka ana about 170K pesos. pero kuhaan pa na ug abang, depende asa ka nag puyo.

    Try to back read sa page 2, naay kwentada didto.
    Last edited by pepponeskie; 09-14-2018 at 01:48 PM.

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    ^ dakoa ana sweldoha oy. heheh sugod na bang bugnaw dha boss @pepponeskie ?

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