• Special Issues in Agriculture in the Philippines
    Special Issues in Agriculture Special Issues in Agriculture Edited by Eliseo R. Ponce PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Surian sa mga Pag-aaral Pangkaunlaran ng Pilipinas BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH Copyright 2004 by the Philippine Institute for Development...
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  • Economic Aspects of Agrarian Reform
    was meant to solve many socioeconomic issues in the country. Since feudal times and Spanish colonization, l... [pic]The Economy of the Philippines From microfinancing to macroeconomics, from agricultural reform to the development of integrated rail/road/sea transportation systems, the...
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  • A Dim Light at the End of the Tunnel
    A Dim Light at the End of the Tunnel I. Introduction The high inequality of land distribution in the Philippines goes back to the Spanish regime wherein most of the agricultural land was owned by the Friars. Through time, the Friars began to distribute the ownership of the lands to the powerful...
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  • Adic
    , by only about 1.22% from that of 2002. 5. NEW ISSUES AND FORCES THAT THE AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES The 21st Century brings new issues and forces that have been influencing the external and internal environment of agricultural cooperatives in the Philippines and worldwide. These forces...
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  • Water Pollution in the Philippines
    , or typhoid fever, the Department of Health stated. Most Filipinos are not aware of this issue, and if they were, most would not be able to afford connecting on a sewerage system. The next reason concerns the running off of agricultural waste. The Philippines is mainly an agricultural country...
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  • Wto and Its Negative Impact to the Philippine Economy
    as well that the Philippines is better off not joining WTO. The most important agreement of the Philippines in WTO is the Agreement on Agriculture (AOA). As one paper asserts, when “all economic activities related to agro-processing and supply of non-farm agricultural inputs are included, the...
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  • Open Academy for Philippine Agriculture
    Higher Agricultural Education Institutions in Asia CASE STUDY FOR THE PHILIPPINES: THE OPEN ACADEMY FOR PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURE1 Alexander G. Flor2 U.P. Open University 1. Introduction 1.1. Philippine Extension and the OPAPA: A Backgrounder In the past twenty years, the Philippine agricultural...
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  • Ivestagatory
    -features/16475-sona-2012-how-the-rich-is-getting-scandalously-richer-under-aquino-part-2-of-2.html ------------------------------------------------- Untended yard (This article was first published in print in issue 15 of the Philippine Collegian on 03 October 2012.) by Ronn Joshua C. Bautista...
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  • Debate on Wto
    sectors, trade balance, and begin with industrialization. Even agriculture, apparently an important sector of the Philippine economy, was put in danger by being subject to WTO’s unfair policies.[iii]Bernabe, Quinsaat, and Montemayor enumerated the various agricultural issues that continue to yoke...
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  • Course Title of Aec !
    extension in the context of changing Philippine agriculture 2. explain how agricultural extension function effectively and efficiently to achieve its goal of helping improve the level of living of families in rural areas; and 3. discuss prospects and opportunities for professional development and...
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  • Philippine Fruits Export Study
    Philippine Fruits Export Study QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS A Statistical Report and Research Paper By: Leah Angela Tan May 20, 2011 EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY The Bureau of Agricultural Statistics or BAS is an agency under the Department of Agriculture, which was started by government efforts...
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  • The Political Environment of the Philippines
    mainly targeted to technological and agricultural industries. This provides immediate potential for economic development in the nation. The legal system of the Philippines Spanish and Anglo-American law heavily influences the judicial system of the Philippines. The legal system is predominantly...
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  • Gmos in Philippine Agriculture: an Economic Analysis
    GMOS IN PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURE: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS POLICY PROBLEM: How to address the GMO (Genetically modified organism) issue, specifically in agriculture. POLICY ISSUE: Should the Philippines pursue the promotion of GMOs in agriculture? Ulysses J. Lustria Jr. 2006 1 I...
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  • Eo 79
    -impairing pollution; degradation and erosion of agricultural lands; siltation of rivers and farmlands. Over the course of the 20th century the forest cover of the Philippines dropped from 70% down to 20%. Based on an analysis of land use pattern maps and a road map an estimated 9.8 million ha of...
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  • History of Philippine Financial System
    into being after 23 years after Spanish Monarch Ferdinand VII decreed that a public bank was to be established in the Spanish colonized country of the Philippines. The bank began its operations in 1852 and was given the honor of being the first to issue paper money. In 1906 “First Agricultural Bank of...
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  • Situation of Economy of the Philippines (2013)
    throughout the country (DOST, 2012). Smarter Philippines project would help create more technology-related jobs for the Filipinos. DOST would even innovate for more advanced technologies to be used in the manufacturing and agricultural sector, such as technologies in handicraft making, fiber glass...
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  • AGRARIAN REPORT AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
    AGRARIAN REFORM AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT Susan Evangelista-Leones1 Frede Gumera Moreno2 ABSTRACT Landownership problem and control of resources remains as a political development issue in the Philippines. Agrarian reform is a necessary condition for agricultural...
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  • Cocconut Production
    FARMERS AND FARM WORKERS (2006). Print. UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 42 Faylon, Patricio S., Leah J. Buendia, and Gert-Jan Stads. "AGRICULTURAL R&D IN THE PHILIPPINES: POLICY, INVESTMENTS, AND INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE." Web. Guerrero, Sylvia H. "A REVIEW OF WELFARE ISSUES IN THE COCONUT INDUSTRY...
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  • Philippine Sugar Industry
    The Weak Agricultural Sector of the Philippines: Case Study on the Sugar Industry in Negros Occidental Trade Liberalization: Free Trade vs. Fair Trade In theory Trade Liberalization is supposed to bring about greater productivity and improve resource allocation which in effect stimulates economic...
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  • World Trade Organization
    Meeting which will be held in September in Cancun, Mexico. Very critical issues on the further liberalization of the agricultural sector, on the opening of the services sector under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), and negotiations on new issues of investment, competition...
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