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Philippines welcomes score improvement on corruption perception index
MANILA (Xinhua) -- The Philippine government welcomed on Friday the improvement on the country's score on corruption perception index by the Transparency International.
Kung binubulsa lang ng pulitiko ang pera galing sa CCT di hindi siya lalabas sa ekonomiya. Gungg0ng.
Anong mali sa CCT? Gusto nga nating maramdaman ng mahihirap na tinutulungan sila ng gobyerno eh.
na maganda ang credit rating natin?
ke marcos, ke erap, ke fvr, o ke gluerya?
lahat ng maganda, credit natin sila.
lahat ng pangit, credit natin kay pnoy lol!
ako makapula.. maka marcos, maka erap (no more lol!), anti gluerya at di maka pnoy..
pero i give credit where credit is due..
di ako IPOKRITO..just accepting the truth and hailing what's good lang lol!
we're doing ok. it's not like I voted for PNoy or that I like his policies or that this was 100% due to his efforts (though after 2 years, could we stop crediting GMA? that's just retarded).
but how is this not good news?
one of the strongest criticism of the econolicies of the aquino admin is lack of pump primimg spending. the admin keeps underspending or delaying projects that will stimulate the economy.
for the GDP to grow this much is really good news-/ it means this is organic growth with pump priming mostly absent. organic growth strengthens thr core business forces. it is also being consistent with the impressive finacial reports that companies listed in the stock market have been releasing this quarter. the stock market has broken record highs at least 29 times this year alone.
these bits and pieces of facts and datajust form a complete whole on the positive econ prospects in the country.
actually, my achievements are big. i am able to change the lives of so many people. and if they all become successful, maging kapaki kapanibang sila sa lipunan, sa bayan natin. ayaw kong matulad sila sa mga katulad at kauri mo. walang ginawa kundi pumuna at bumato ng pangit kahit me magagandang nangyari sa pinas.. o sa mundo lol!
for a change.. MAGING MASAYA KA NAMAN KAHIT SA MALILIIT NA MAGANDANG BALITA. gaganda ang pananaw mo sa buhay. believe me.
Ito pare, matuto kang magbasa ng report ng NCSB. Wag kang ngawa ng ngawa. Ito ang benepisyo nakuha ng tao sa GDP.
The above expectations growth benefitted from a regime of benign inflation and drew from the revitalized Services sector, particularly from Trade and Other Services. It also got a big boost from manufacturing which has recovered some grounds that got eroded during the third and fourth quarters last year.
On the demand side, the growth came mainly from net exports and the robust Households spending.
With compensation of our overseas workers on the rebound, the Net Primary Income (NPI) grew by 4.0 percent pushing the GNI/GNP growth to 5.8 percent from 3.5 percent in 2011.
On a seasonally adjusted basis, GDP gained momentum growing by 2.5 percent in the first quarter of 2012 while GNI grew by a slower pace of 1.3 percent. With the growth of Poultry, Livestock, Corn, and Coconut including copra, the Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishery sector posted a turnaround growth of 2.5 percent in the first quarter from two consecutive quarters of decline. However, Industry slowed down to 2.2 percent growth from 3.3 percent in the previous quarter. But the Services sector accelerated to 2.6 percent from 1.3 percent in the previous quarter as all its subsectors recorded positive growth.
With projected population reaching 95.2 million, per capita GDP grew by 4.6 percent while Per capita GNI grew by 4.0 percent and per capita HFCE grew by 4.9 percent. Per capita HFCE has been growing robustly since the fourth quarter of 2010.
Hirap talaga sa mga Bitter Ocampo. Doomsday sayer pa rin.
and deciding to keep most of the policies and continuing with programs like CCT should be credited to the present administration. who ever said continuing something is not a decision?
What I am saying is it doesn't and hasn't made a difference in the lives of the people.
Good! i am for Marcos as well for as long as I can remember. I don't hate but really disappointed at those after him.
You are right at giving credit, but until this Pnoy gives real results... there isn't any I can give.