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    Philippines - population Population, total The value for Population, total in Philippines was 93,261,000 as of 2010. As the graph below shows, over the past 50 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 93,261,000 in 2010 and a minimum value of 26,010,300 in 1960. Definition: Total population...
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  • The hope in diminishing the poverty in the Philippines
     Thesis Statement: According to the Economists of the Philippines, poverty is worse in rural areas with 53 percent of families below the poverty line because job or economic opportunities have been scarce but the urban poor who are 23 percent of urban families suffer...
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  • History
    national rehabilitation can be achieved by: Feeding the hungry, healing the sick, caring for widows and orphans, waging war against inflation and unemployment (by increasing higher wages and production). Besides asking help from the International Monetary and Rehabilitation Bank, United Nations Relief...
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  • The Current Recession
    actually reduce the reserve requirement, but not enough to have a sizable impact. And so, the country was stricken to a decade of deflation, high unemployment, and slow growth. The Economic Recession is very similar in origin, but the policy response was different. Most modern day central banks have...
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  • Economics
    1.Health issues in the Philippines The Philippines have been struggling with some healthcare issues, one of the most noticeable being illegal drug use. There are a number of Filipinos who are said to be addicted to prohibited drugs. However, the Philippine government has concentrated on this issue and...
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  • Article; Philippine Economy
    Philippines Economy: Booming, But Poverty and Unemployment Remain Problematic Shortly after my piece on the Philippines' continuing structural economic vulnerabilities, which generated considerable controversy and heated discussions among experts and observers alike, the country’s stock markets...
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  • Social Isue
    Poverty Poverty is still the most critical social problem that needs to be addressed. Philippines' poverty line marks individuals earning less than 16,841 Peso a year. Based on the data from the National Statistical Coordination Board, more than one-quarter (26.5%) of the population falls below...
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  • Monetary Aggregate Targeting vs. Inflation Targeting: the Case of the Philippines
    monetary policy. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas or BSP is the central bank of the Republic of the Philippines. It was established on July 3, 1993 which it took over from the Central Bank of Philippines or CBP. The BSP enjoys fiscal and administrative autonomy from the national government in the pursuit...
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  • Impact of Population to the Philippines
    came out highlighting that the Philippines is already overpopulated and this is causing the economic woes of the country. A Policy Brief by the Philippine Center for Population and Development in 2010 categorically stated that “The rapid population growth in the Philippines over the last several decades...
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  • robbery incidence rate
    of time spent by victims, offenders, their families, and juries during court trials also take away from community productivity (Nash, 2005) The Philippines, being a developing country, is not exempted from occurrences of crimes. Newspapers and television news updates are loaded with all sorts of domestic...
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  • Grading System
    | |1. Poverty |Population growth |- Tulong sa Tao Program of the Aquino |Philippines have not been strong | | |Lack of individual |Administration; ...
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  • Latest Economic Problem of the Philippines
    Economic Problems of the Philippines Economic problems of the Philippines are very similar to those being battled by other underdeveloped and developing nations. After a long tryst with colonization, the nation is now grappling with increased imports and a mixed economy that is still to stabilize. ...
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  • Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions
    countries that differ in UA and I/C, namely France, Japan, the Philippines, and the United States of America. The relationship between satisfaction and turnover intentions was significantly stronger in the U.S. and France than in Japan and the Philippines, supporting the hypothesis that turnover intentions are...
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  • Title
    Economic crisis: Skyrocketing unemployment in Asia hits women and young people hardest Unemployed workers in China at a train station, waiting to return to their rural areas.  By Reihana Mohideen [Reihana Mohideen will be a featured guest at the World at a Crossroads conference, to be held in Sydney...
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  • Corruption
    The Philippines was one of the richest countries in Asia after the recovery from the World War II. However, the growth of the economy slowed down during Marcos’ reign due to economic mismanagement and political volatility. Because of the political instability during the time of former-president Corazon...
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  • Poverty
    RECOMMENDATION The World Bank suggests several solutions to combat poverty in the Philippines. 1. There is a need to have a strong focus on continued economic growth, driven by openness and macroeconomic stability. 2. Increased market access to the poor could be achieved by promoting tenancy, market-based...
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  • Term
    THE UNIVERSITY OF MANILA 2ND SEM SY 2013-2014 Poverty Causes, Constraints In The Philippines. TERM PAPER ON MVSLWW. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction …………………………………………………………………. I Definition of Terms …………………………………………………………. II Outline ………………………………………………………………………...
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  • economic problems
    Five economic problems and five social problems of the philippines? social: 1. lack of individualism. don't need to abandon social structures totally. 2. colonial mentality. royalty, status symbols, subservience 3. western influence. don' love their own 4. parinig system 5. authoritarian economic: ...
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  • Term Paper
    Aquino gov't falls short of jobs, spending targets JOBS NEEDED. While the Philippine economy enjoyed highs in 2012, millions of Filipinos are in search of decent jobs. Photo by AFP. MANILA, Philippines - The Aquino administration has fallen short of its employment generation target of a million per...
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  • Iceland Review
    since the end of 2010 it has recovered steadily, with growth averaging 2.5% per annum and unemployment falling to just below 5%. Macroeconomics Data of Iceland   | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | Unemployment Rate | 3.30% | 3.20% | 2.60% | 2.90% | 2.50% | Inflation Rate | 2.77% | 3.88% | 4.11%...
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