1993 in the Philippines
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1993 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1993.
- President: Fidel Ramos
- Vice President: Joseph Estrada
- Senate President: Edgardo Angara
- House Speaker: Jose de Venecia, Jr.
- Chief Justice: Andres Narvasa
- February 1 – Home Cable was launched as second national cable television operator in the Philippines.
- April 15 - RJTV 29 was launched by Rajah Broadcasting Network (now Solar Television Network as 2nd Avenue) as the country's third UHF TV network.
- June 12-20 - The Philippines participated at the 1993 Southeast Asian Games.
- July 2- 266 people were killed after a pagoda sank in Bocaue, Bulacan due to overloading of the boat.
- October 31 - CTV 31 (Cinema Television) was launched by Radio Mindanao Network (now Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, Inc. and Solar Television Network as Jack City).
- November 27 – Grand Opening of SM City Cebu, the fourth SM Supermall in the Philippines and first SM Supermall in Visayas region.
- February 17 – AJ Perez, actor
- May 20 – Devon Seron
- August 17 - Axel Torres (born Alexander David Torres), actor and basketball player
- September 1 – Louise delos Reyes, actress
- September 29 – Teejay Marquez, actor
- October 9 – Sarah Lahbati, actress
- October 12 – Carl John Barrameda, actor
- October 27 – Kiefer Ravena, basketball player
- November 8 – Lauren Young, actress
- November 12 – EJ Jallorina, actor
Main article: 1993 in Philippine Television
- February 25: Mary Walter, 80, actress (born September 10, 1912)
- March 31: Chichay, 75, actress and comedienne (born January 21, 1918)
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