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  1. #1

    Thumbs up Ekonomiya ng Pilipinas

    sorry, hindi ko alam kung tamang section 2.

    Ano ang masasabi nyo ekonomiya ng ating bansa?

    pakihabaan naman ng mga answers,wala lang, interesado lang sa mga opinion nyo ukol dito.

  2. #2
    Wala akong alam sa economy natin e. But I believe that the only thing that keeps our economy alive are the OFW remittances. Kung di dahil sa mga yun, lugmok na talaga tayo lalo na't global recession nga, mahina rin ang import, export business.,etc. Hahahaha. At sabi nga ng ilang experts, the IT industry is the last industry standing today na halos di affected ng recession.

    Pagka graduate ko siguro mas marami na akong masasabi about the economy.haha

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by AnD2me View Post
    sorry, hindi ko alam kung tamang section 2.

    Ano ang masasabi nyo ekonomiya ng ating bansa?

    pakihabaan naman ng mga answers,wala lang, interesado lang sa mga opinion nyo ukol dito.
    kami ba gagawa ng assignment mo

  4. #4
    yep, i also think that our OFW remittances are what making our economy alive.

  5. #5
    Local manufacturers should improve the quality of their products to help the economy. Hindi puwedeng sabihin lang nila na tangkilikin ang gawang Pinoy. They have to prove to consumers that their product is worth buying. The same thing goes for Americans. Nagsasabi sila bumili daw ng American cars. But the problem is, American cars are of poor quality. Kaya karamihan ng mga tao ang binibili nila foreign cars.

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    The stock market has been resilient in the past few weeks considering the poor performance of Dow Jones and the reported 0.4% GDP growth rate in the first quarter of 2009. It is a good sign for us.

    There's still hope in our economy. It only needs proper management and good governance for our country.

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