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this GDP growth that is organic in nature is an excelent foundation and a much stronger trigger for further growth when the country gets the expected credit rating upgrades.
top that off with (hopefully snd finally) pump priming activities from the aquino admin, then we can be poised for an economic take-off. the awuino admin should skew pimp priming activities that generates jobs as that will impact the reduction of poverty and hunger in the country.
these are excellent components for economic take off.
so? income inequality happened before. what are the figures here that allowed you to say that the inequality negated the positive effects of the GDP growth? in fact, how in the world would you even have this data? i had no clue inequality figures are already out. and to think you've even compared them with the growth figures - what was your methodology for the comparison, anyway?due to mainly inequitable distribution of income
This is the problem with you people... thinking that if one criticize they are not happy.
You help people but you don't open their eyes to the real score, keeping them in fantasy land.
I have helped and kept helping thousands already, but for them to sustain their success they have to understand and accept what is really happening to make your goals more achieveable.
So, where's the proof I was asking?
how are the effects of the CCT program anyway? are they good or bad? where are your figures? how did you compare them to the GDP growth rates?further made artificial by the CCT program (which is being admonished by many tax paying citizens)
wait, that's a good question: how would you even compare them to the GDP growth rates, to say anything like the effect of the GDP growth was negative overall.
im curious to know.
basta ako, para sa ikagaganda ng bayan I'LL SUPPORT IT. mabuti ang mga taong nakakaangat na, kawawa ang mga mahihirap kababayan natin na nasadlak sa hirap dahil sa kurakutan at walang kwentang mga pinuno natin. ako gusto kong gumanda talaga ang ekonomiya ng pinas, diyan ang mga kapamilya ko, kadugo.. sa pinas.
basta sa nakikita ko na maganda ang mga polisiya ni pnoy.. at di siya KURAKOT tulad ng mga nagdaang presidente.. support ako. kahit sino basta mapaganda ang bayan natin SUPPORT AKO. .pero i will forever have a soft spot on the original MARCOS. sa probinsiya non, batang bata pa ako pero naranasan ko kung gaano kaganda ang buhay non, kung gano katahimik at kasimple...
wait wait wait a second, how would you know that those delayed budgets were actually geared for real growth? have you looked at them and evaluated the impacts of all the possible projects?delayed releases of budgets that are actually geared for real growth...
a GDP "growth" of only 6.4%?!
other countries in the region are growing at a rate of eight to ten percent and we're already happy with just a small 6.4%?
also, maybe this Yellow regime can brag about this "growth" if the gap between the oligarchs and the rest of the population in terms of control of economic resources is not the current 98% oligarch-controlled (top 2% of the population) and the two percent being divided by the remaining 98% of the population.
Aquinomics: grabbing credit from previous regimes, pathetic economic planning.
most people cant grasp kung ano ang nangyayari sa bansa natin. or they're too busy to care.
i dont care kung ramdam ba agad ng mga tao ang epekto ng pagtaas ng gdp. ang opinion ko.. it is a piece of good news that needs to be hailed. it is just showing that we are on the right track. kaya masaya na tayo don. iba na lang ang tirahin mo hindi ang magandang balitang ito lol!
Same sentiments, that's why I am critical.basta ako, para sa ikagaganda ng bayan I'LL SUPPORT IT. mabuti ang mga taong nakakaangat na, kawawa ang mga mahihirap kababayan natin na nasadlak sa hirap dahil sa kurakutan at walang kwentang mga pinuno natin. ako gusto kong gumanda talaga ang ekonomiya ng pinas, diyan ang mga kapamilya ko, kadugo.. sa pinas.
Pero dito ka nagkakamali... i won't and will never believe na di sya corrupt.basta sa nakikita ko na maganda ang mga polisiya ni pnoy.. at di siya KURAKOT tulad ng mga nagdaang presidente.. support ako. kahit sino basta mapaganda ang bayan natin SUPPORT AKO. .pero i will forever have a soft spot on the original MARCOS. sa probinsiya non, batang bata pa ako pero naranasan ko kung gaano kaganda ang buhay non, kung gano katahimik at kasimple...
I have respect for Marcos as well... If anyone want's proof of his work, all they need is to look around. If they want to see his legacy, just see his children and what Ilocos is today.
Antalino mo talaga. Para kang si Budoy. Hahaha! Ito sinabi ng Transparency International o...
Transparency International-Philippines' official has attributed the improvement to the current administration's campaign against corruption.
Marunong ka ba magbasa? Binigyan na nga kita ng link.
GDP growth during the arroyo admin was a benign 4 to 5% except on election years. finally getting a 6.4% GDP growth on a non election year is a real achievement.
what the aquino govt should aim for is sutainable 8-9% for economic take off. but we won,t get there if we don't hit 6% then 7%. arroyo had 4-5% for crying out loud.