Philippine Economy and Politics

Philippine Economy and Politics None

  • Title: Philippine Economy and Politics
  • Author: Jose Maria Sison Julieta De Lima
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  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
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    Economy of the Philippines The Philippines is primarily considered a newly industrialized country, which has an economy in transition from one based on agriculture to one based on services and manufacturing Primary exports include semiconductors and electronic products, transport equipment, garments, copper products, petroleum products, coconut oil, and fruits. Philippines Economy GDP, Inflation, CPI and Interest Rate Sep , Philippines Economic Outlook September , The economy should have kicked into a higher gear in the third quarter, following a meager second quarter turnout Merchandise export growth picked up in July on stronger foreign sales of agricultural and manufacturing goods, and despite a continued slowdown in electronics shipments. Philippines Economy Population, GDP, Inflation, Business The Philippines economic freedom score is making its economy the th freest in the Index Its overall score has decreased by . points, with drops in scores for monetary freedom, The Economy Of Philippines WorldAtlas Philippines Economy Asian Development Bank Philippine inflation rates forecasted at .% in and .% in ADO Per capita GDP growth for the Philippines is expected at . in and ADB Report Economic indicators for the Philippines Comparative economic forecasts for Southeast Asian countries Philippines Economy , CIA World Factbook The economy has been relatively resilient to global economic shocks due to less exposure to troubled international securities, lower dependence on exports, relatively resilient domestic consumption, large remittances from about million overseas Filipino workers and migrants, and a rapidly expanding services industry. Rising Star Philippine Economy Slips, Seen as Pivotal The Philippine economy grew . percent last year, down from . percent in and . percent a year earlier Inflation dented consumption in late , while factory investors stayed away for All About the Economic Problems of the Philippines Apr , Philippines economy largely depends on the remittances from the Filipinos residing overseas and investing in the homeland More than million Filipinos are currently living abroad Philippines has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in Asia, with an annual GDP growth rate of .% in . How competitive is the Philippine economy today In overall competitiveness, the Philippines is only better than Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar today We have been overtaken by Vietnam and Indonesia in most competitive indicators in the last two years This is not to say that the Philippines did not improve We did, especially between the years

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    About “Jose Maria Sison Julieta De Lima

    • Jose Maria Sison Julieta De Lima

      Prof Jose Maria Sison is a Filipino patriot, a proletarian revolutionary and internationalist He is a Filipino statesman, known for his experience in and knowledge of the people s democratic government and revolutionary forces in the Philippines He is sometimes consulted by high officials of foreign governments and by presidents, senators, congressmen and local officials of the Philippine reactionary government concerning peace negotiations with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines NDFP and related matters He is recognized as the leader of the Filipino people s movement for national liberation and democracy in the last 50 years The celebration of this coincides with that of the 40th anniversaries of the Communist Party of the Philippines CPP and the New People s Army NPA.After the destruction of the armed revolutionary movement in the early 1950s in the Philippines, he was chiefly responsible for the resurgence of the anti imperialist and anti feudal mass movement in the Philippines since 1959 He was the founding Chairman of the Central Committee of the CPP, 1968 77 He is one of the world s leading authorities on the theory and practice of Marxism Leninism and Maoism, on revolutionary movements in Asia and on the international communist movement He has been a recognized poet since 1962 and awardee of the Southeast Asia WRITE Award for poetry, 1986.

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    • A comprehensive feature of the Philippine Politics and economy as a whole depicting the semicolonial and semifeudal character of the Philippines.

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