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Language:Tagalog (Filipino dialect) is the National Language.
The American occupation was responsible for teaching the English Language.
The Philippines is currently the third largest English speaking country in the world.
Currency: Peso (Php).
Notes are issued in denominations of P5, P10, P20, P50, P100, P500, and P1000.
Coins are issued for (centavos), 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, p1, p5.
Foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks, hotels and authorized exchanged dealers.
Outside of Manila payments are preferably made in pesos.
Major Travelers Checks is widely accepted.
Major Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club) can be used to pay for most goods and services.
Bank Hours Banks are open 9am-3pm Mon-Fri (except public holidays).
Shop Hours Most shops operate 10am-7.30pm daily (except public holidays)
Time: Local time is GMT plus 8 hours.
Business English is the language used.
Sexual equality is more widespread in the Philippines than in other Asian countries.
Make sure you have business cards.
Source of Information: Department of Tourism, Philippines
Start your children on the road to business success by teaching them the basics of running their own lemonade stand. An actual stand isn’t necessary, you can bring out a small table and chairs for the kids too. If it is a hot and sunny day, provide a beach umbrella for the kids and their customers to get out of the sun. Lemonade Stand
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