• 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 activity...
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  • Moomoo
    at De La Salle University in Manila where he took up BS ECE from 1987 to 1991. He formally entered into public service in 1991 as a cadet in the Philippine Military Academy where he graduated Cum Laude in 1995, while earning a degree in BS Naval System Engineering. Other awards he received while in PMA...
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  • Effects of Climathe Change to the Agricultural Production in Minalabac, Camarines Sur
    Chapter I Introduction Philippines had been one of the blessed countries for having a good temperature and rich soils for flora and fauna in this world. As an archipelago, we are surrounded by water which makes our natural land to be rich in minerals and nutrients that is good for plants. With the...
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  • Undonesia
    note: data are in 2010 US dollars Population below poverty line 13.33% (2010) Labor force 116.5 million (2010 est.) Labor force - by occupation agriculture: 38.3%  industry: 12.8%  services: 48.9% (2010 est.) Unemployment, youth ages 15-24 total: 22.2%  male: 21.6%  female: 23% (2009) Investment...
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  • Eo 209
    Agri Laws and Regulations (EO No. 209) Philippine Department of Agriculture Republic of the Philippines MALACAÑANG Executive Order No. 209 GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE AVAILMENT BY COMMERCIAL FISHERS OF THE TAX AND DUTY EXEMPT IMPORTATION OF FISHING VESSELS, EQUIPMENT AND PARAPHERNALIA...
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  • Oye Oye
    Philippines Economy 2010 Page last updated on January 15, 2010 Economy - overview: The Philippines weathered the 2008-09 global recession better than its regional peers, due to lower dependence on exports and higher levels of domestic consumption, fueled by large remittances from four-to five-million...
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  • Economy of the Philippines
    A Complete Economic Analysis of the Philippines Kathy Wallace February 19, 2012 Regis University MSM661 Jim Zelenski Abstract The Philippines is one of eight countries that comprise Southeast Asia. A mass of thousands of islands, the country has been struggling to obtain true democracy...
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  • Human Rights Violation in the Philippines
    Human Rights Violation in the Philippines “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” Human rights describe equal rights and freedom for everybody by the fact of being...
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  • Essay
    1. The Issue Trade of vanilla evolves around the issue of quality. It is the key feature for the trade of this commodity. Although no particular dispute regarding vanilla have been raised in the framework of most multi-lateral organizations, an emerging trend of using alternative products to natural...
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  • Financial Statements
    Consolidating Economic Growth The year 1999 saw encouraging signs that most Asian economies affected by the financial crisis have swung back to growth. The Philippine economy displayed good macroeconomic performance in 1999, a turnaround from the economic slowdown which followed the 1997 crisis. While there was...
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  • Environmental Issue in the Philippines
    Conclusion : Environmental Issues in the Philippines The Philippines is prone to natural disasters, particularly typhoons, floods, landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and tsunamis, lying as it does astride the typhoon belt, in the active volcanic region known as the "Pacific Ring...
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  • Mining in the Philippines
    Mining in the Philippines Concerns and conflicts Report of a Fact-Finding Trip to the Philippines July-August 2006 Acknowledgments The Fact Finding Mission wishes to thank all those who took time to meet with us. The right to enjoy human rights and development is universal. We wish to encourage...
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  • case study
    Effects of Mining Operations In Lobo, Batangas Introduction Mining is a top and very controversial environmental issue in the Philippines today. It is increasingly becoming a divisive issue too. The government cite economic benefits as sufficient justification to support and encourage mining. The high...
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  • Poverty
    Reflections on Globaliza). I have recently revisited the development literature, both for personal reasons and out of professional necessity in my current consulting work at the Asian Development Banktion for an example of the syndrome). Indeed, I suppose I was somewhat unusual in that I made the transition...
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  • outline
    Poverty level in Phl unchanged since ’06 By Ted Torres (The Philippine Star)  MANILA, Philippines - The percentage of Filipinos living below the poverty line has remained almost unchanged in the past six years, according to the latest poverty data released by the National Statistical Coordination...
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  • Fullbright
    - 2014 PHILIPPINE FULBRIGHT STUDENT PROGRAM The objective of a Fulbright grant is to enable qualified Filipinos to pursue their graduate studies in their fields of interest in the United States and develop leaders who can contribute to promoting better understanding between the Philippines and the...
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  • Tour Guide
    The third biggest province in the whole Philippine Archipelago, derived its name from salt or “asin” in the vernacular. Owing to the rich and fine salt beds which were the prime source of livelihood for the province’s coastal towns, PanagASINan or “Pangasinan” which means “where salt is made” came to...
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  • Philippines and Vietnam Economy
    Republic of the Philippines TAGUIG CITY UNIVERSITY Gen. Santos Ave., Upper Bicutan, Taguig City COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Principles of Economy with Taxation and Agrarian Reforms Xeres Yvonne O. Quimora A Comparative Study Of Philippines and Vietnam’s ...
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  • Project
    Taxation and Agrarian Reform in the Philippines In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Principles of Economic W/ Taxation and Agrarian Reform Submitted to: Dr. Bienvenido M. Flores Professor Submitted by: Ehlla Mae P. Gerundio Irish Ann C. Cañoan Princess...
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  • Philippines' Anti-Poverty Program Through Peoples' Participation
    PHILIPPINES ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAM THROUGH PARTICIPATORY PLANNING Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School University of St. La Salle Bacolod City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements In: Rural Development Management Professor: Dr. Enrique Paderes, PhD. Greg C. Villanueva ...
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