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        Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association
        The ‘Big Four’ Japanese firms have posted a 59% sales growth
        If the large number of motorcycles on the road is not enough to convince you that the two-wheel industry is recovering at a stronger and faster pace than any other sectors, check this out: The Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA)
        Para makaiwas sila sa sakuna
        Ano kaya ang nangyari sa mga panukalang batas na inihain sa Kongreso para sa pagsasama ng educational modules on road safety para sa elementary students? Ilang taon ang nakararaan at tila wala pa rin naipapasa sa mga ito.Mabuti na lang at
        Big challenges await them amid the ongoing pandemic
        The Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA), an organization composed of the 'Big Four' Japanese motorbike manufacturers in the country, has inducted its new set of officers for 2021-2022.Atty. Clarence Guinto, regional director of the Land Transportation Office-National Capital
        Si Mang Danny ay tumatayong road safety ambassador ng MDPPA
        Totoo ba ang mga katagang "experience is the best teacher"? Kung ang buhay ni Danilo Cayabyab ang pag-uusapan, marahil ay sasang-ayon kayo sa kasabihang ito.Ilang taon na ang nakararaan nang magretiro si Mang Danny, ngayo'y 73-anyos na,
        Is your dream bike included in the list?
        The Motorcycle Development Participants Program Association (MDPPA) recently released its sales report for 2020. The figures showed a steep 29.4% decline in sales for 'The Big Four' Japanese motorcycle companies. The group is made up of Honda Philippines, Yamaha Motor Philippines,
        Find out which manufacturer lost out the most
        For the first time in seven years, the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA) reported negative sales growth in 2020, primarily due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The MDPPA is made up of 'The Big Four' Japanese motorcycle
        Hopefully, they will recover in the coming months
        Nothing escapes the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not even the local motorcycle industry, which had been enjoying phenomenal growth before the crisis struck.Top Bikes Philippines was able to obtain a copy of the industry report for the first half
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