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Recent external disturbances and the Philippine economy

Romeo M. Bautista

Recent external disturbances and the Philippine economy

by Romeo M. Bautista

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Published in [ ] : Institute of Economic Development and Research, School of Economics, University of the Philippines, 1977 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Romeo M. Bautista.
SeriesDiscussion paper - Institute of Economic Development and Research, School of Economics, University of the Philippines ; no. 77-5
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/4765 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination88 p. ; 28 cm.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4446440M
LC Control Number79108391

  Pro administration and the Opposition like wise as to say on the recent development in the Philippine Economy. High Economic growth was basically a shocked to all of us. The increase in Gross Domestic Product Of % for the first quarter indicates that the Philippines are really picking its way up. (READ: How a Fed rate hike impacts the Philippine economy) Last month, the Philippine peso hit P$1 intraday, and the Philippine Stock Exchange .

  Its strength lies mostly in its young English speaking work force. The main drive are the BPO/Call centers (the country is the world epicenter of call centers). Next to it is the remittances send by overseas Filipino workers. The money provided by. The Philippine currency (peso) was affected by both external and internal factors. The steady depreciation of the peso up to early October was a reflection of a strong U.S. dollar against some major regional currencies. The heightened political risks arising from.

Foreword Over the past decade, attention was focused on Asia as the fastest growing region in the world. Then, in , many of these fast-growing economies, seemingly without warning, turned around and faced economic collapse as a result of financial and currency crises that spread all over Asia as well as other emerging markets in the world. Economic problems in the Philippines include high unemployment and the concentration of wealth in a small number of wealthy families. Although the Philippine economy grew substantially in the early s, lingering poverty remains another economic problem in the country.


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