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2012 Awards Dinner: Washington SyCip

NEW YORK, November 8, 2012 — Washington SyCip — founder of SGV, the largest professional services firm in the Philippines — accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award at Asia Society's 2012 Awards Dinner. (4 min., 9 sec.)


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