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Roxas accepts resignation of LTFRB chair
Transportation and Communications Secretary Manuel Roxas II on Tuesday accepted the courtesy resignation of Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board chairman Nelson Laluces.
Acosta appointed adviser for environmental protection
Acosta is the second defeated party candidate to join Aquino's Cabinet, the other being Transportation Secretary Manuel Roxas II – Aquino's then running mate – who took the post after the resignation of his predecessor Jose de Jesus.
Higher light rail transit fares necessary, says Roxas
by Jeremiah F. de Guzman Transportation Secretary Manuel Roxas said a higher light rail transit fare is necessary to address operational failures in Metro Rail Transit 3.
PAL emergency plan up
“With or without strike, the contingency plan should be in place, ready to be deployed at moment's notice,” Transportation Secretary Manuel Roxas said in a statement Monday.
Island Express vessels grounded
Transport Secretary Manuel Roxas has directed Maritime Industry Authority to ensure that the Island Express' eight-vessel fleet is seaworthy.

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Manuel Roxas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manuel Acuña Roxas (January 1, 1892 – April 15, 1948) was the first president of the independent Third Republic of the Philippines and fifth president overall.
Mar Roxas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Manuel A. Roxas Elementary School - MARES
School information, updates, achievements on primary and intermediate education in Davao City.
Manuel Roxas - WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia
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