Philippines Asia's Strongest Performing Economy

Nov 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Manila Bulletin

THE value of Philippine merchandise exports grew by 22.8% to $4.8 billion in September, 2012, higher than the $3.9 billion shipped out in the same month in 2011, making the country the strongest performer among Southeast and East Asian nations.

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This thread is about the Philippines. Show some respect.
you will find quite a few Indio Flipino posters on here, blaming Ethnic Chinese, who dominate their economy

and China for their lot in life...

Ethnic Chinese who were treated like second class citizens in the 1950s by these very same crybaby Filipinos...
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Don the American wrote:
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Garbage petty????? The country is being destroyed from it and you call it petty?
Excuse me, not the entire Philippines, only in Manila, Sir Amercano.
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Feb 1, 2013
 
Yes it is only in Subic and Manila you will find Filipina sruts and Filipino losers. If you go to the countryside you will find none or just a few of them.
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Dakilang Lahi wrote:
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It works both ways stupid.
how many chances will you need?

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Feb 1, 2013
 
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Yes it is only in Subic and Manila you will find Filipina sruts and Filipino losers. If you go to the countryside you will find none or just a few of them.
That's not true. While I support many things about the Philippines and your culture, blind national pride is a scourge.

I was stationed in the Philippines for a decade or so. I spent a great deal of time in rural areas, especially in the Visayas and ARMM. It never ceased to amaze me how often I was propositioned by Pinays and offered illegal deals by unscrupulous Pinoys. I have related this story before. While working in the ARMM, a local leader sought our assistance in dealing with ASG assclowns. During the meeting, at one of his resorts, he actually paraded naked teen girls before us in an attempt to entice my team. After dinner, I was shown to my room by one of his lackeys and found one of the teen girls waiting there for me. His lackey seemed genuinely confused by my request to send the girl on her way. It was not uncommon for them to use this tact to attempt extortion upon us. Our host was pretty dismayed the next morning when my team arrived unescorted and smiling. He needed leverage and was more than willing to abuse children to do it.

Scumbags are not limited to to red light districts. There are plenty of 'spas' and 'massage parlors' in barangays across the nation. They cater solely to Pinoys.
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how many chances will you need?
And for you, you have no more chance. You're a hopeless case...
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That's not true. While I support many things about the Philippines and your culture, blind national pride is a scourge.
I was stationed in the Philippines for a decade or so. I spent a great deal of time in rural areas, especially in the Visayas and ARMM. It never ceased to amaze me how often I was propositioned by Pinays and offered illegal deals by unscrupulous Pinoys. I have related this story before. While working in the ARMM, a local leader sought our assistance in dealing with ASG assclowns. During the meeting, at one of his resorts, he actually paraded naked teen girls before us in an attempt to entice my team. After dinner, I was shown to my room by one of his lackeys and found one of the teen girls waiting there for me. His lackey seemed genuinely confused by my request to send the girl on her way. It was not uncommon for them to use this tact to attempt extortion upon us. Our host was pretty dismayed the next morning when my team arrived unescorted and smiling. He needed leverage and was more than willing to abuse children to do it.
Scumbags are not limited to to red light districts. There are plenty of 'spas' and 'massage parlors' in barangays across the nation. They cater solely to Pinoys.
You seems to also have a master degree on spas and massage parlors in barangays across the nation. In PH, barangay is a "small barrio" ..and I wonder if they can afford to have massage parlors and the barrio people have money to spend for spas, etc.

lollllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll
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showing respect would just be a show.
respect is earned , not given.
You should do what you preach....lollllllllllllllllll lllllllllll
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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That's not true. While I support many things about the Philippines and your culture, blind national pride is a scourge.
I was stationed in the Philippines for a decade or so. I spent a great deal of time in rural areas, especially in the Visayas and ARMM. It never ceased to amaze me how often I was propositioned by Pinays and offered illegal deals by unscrupulous Pinoys. I have related this story before. While working in the ARMM, a local leader sought our assistance in dealing with ASG assclowns. During the meeting, at one of his resorts, he actually paraded naked teen girls before us in an attempt to entice my team. After dinner, I was shown to my room by one of his lackeys and found one of the teen girls waiting there for me. His lackey seemed genuinely confused by my request to send the girl on her way. It was not uncommon for them to use this tact to attempt extortion upon us. Our host was pretty dismayed the next morning when my team arrived unescorted and smiling. He needed leverage and was more than willing to abuse children to do it.
Scumbags are not limited to to red light districts. There are plenty of 'spas' and 'massage parlors' in barangays across the nation. They cater solely to Pinoys.
down the road is a school where 2 14yr olds have been plying the trade during recess i guess and servicing the local men.

no one seems too concerned about it.

LOL will be along soon to call all of us Americans pedos
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<quoted text>Visaya(LOL) is not an OFW....she is married to an american and has been here for years....and if she desire's getting into an intellectual conversation, she should come prepared.....
I'll do my best to be nice to you old man due to the SUPERBOWL 2013.

And I'm reminding you, you're the one married to a Filipina. In other words, your wife is married to you, an american who has been here for years.

Don't talk of "intellectual" conversation. You and your co stooges resort to personal attack when you lose the argument.....or perhaps you are suffering from symptoms of alzheimer due to old age.

If I were you, focus on something that makes you happy so you will not get cranky....
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Why? I exposed her duplicity. She demands that others behave better than she does. Now, you request the same.
It is incumbent upon the Philippines to rid themselves of the drain that is the OFW.
bitter pills about his questionable "triplicate" not only "duplicity" but faked claimed of 3 master degrees..lolllllllllllllllllll llllll

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You seems to also have a master degree on spas and massage parlors in barangays across the nation. In PH, barangay is a "small barrio" ..and I wonder if they can afford to have massage parlors and the barrio people have money to spend for spas, etc.
lollllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll
Thank you for explaining to the forum why it is you know little about your homeland.

You 'wonder' while I actually know. Anyone who has spent time on the Philippines knows that even the smallest barangay has members of the world's oldest profession.

She remains clueless.
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down the road is a school where 2 14yr olds have been plying the trade during recess i guess and servicing the local men.
no one seems too concerned about it.
LOL will be along soon to call all of us Americans pedos
Pedos...I did not say it, you say it yourself....
and how about you ...if you claim to be a good US citizen. COWARD!
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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Thank you for explaining to the forum why it is you know little about your homeland.
You 'wonder' while I actually know. Anyone who has spent time on the Philippines knows that even the smallest barangay has members of the world's oldest profession.
She remains clueless.
lol, name one barrio and I will surely verify it..smallest barangay..........pfffffffffff fffffffffffft

Now you're claiming you're man of the world and have been living in places with the world's oldest profession! What a pride!
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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Thank you for explaining to the forum why it is you know little about your homeland.
You 'wonder' while I actually know. Anyone who has spent time on the Philippines knows that even the smallest barangay has members of the world's oldest profession.
She remains clueless.
i am so close to having this defect hacked offline
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well done phillipines there is no crime in trying to earn money
every nation on earth needs wealth
if you hate money give it away
heressssssss kenny

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i am so close to having this defect hacked offline
How American of you -'hey heres someone that disagrees with us'-LETS KILL THEM hahahahhaa
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i am so close to having this defect hacked offline
loser on the loose. You really make me laugh......lolllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllll
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heressssssss kenny wrote:
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How American of you -'hey heres someone that disagrees with us'-LETS KILL THEM hahahahhaa
plenty of flips hacking their gov right now because they disagree.

i dont always disagree with her.

where did you read kill?
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Home > Business > Editor's Pick > Stellar economic growth at 6.6%
Stellar economic growth at 6.6%
Palace: Good governance means good economics
By Riza T. Olchondra, TJ Burgonio
Philippine Daily Inquirer
12:12 am | Friday, February 1st, 2013
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ECONOMIC TEAM President Aquino (right) predicts an impressive Philippine economic growth of more than 6 percent in a speech during the 40th anniversary of Neda on Tuesday. He is shown with (from left) former Neda Director General Cayetano Paderanga, Neda Deputy Director General Rolando Tungpalan and current Neda chief Arsenio Balisacan. Lyn Rillon

Living up to President Aquino’s advance information that the numbers would impress, the Philippine economy expanded 6.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012, lifting full-year growth to 6.6 percent.

The figures that government economists and statisticians announced Thursday beat their targets and analysts’ expectations.

Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Arsenio M. Balisacan said that on hindsight, the government’s 5- to 6-percent growth target for the past year seemed conservative.

Median forecasts from the World Bank and other institutions were 5.9 percent for the fourth quarter and 6.4 percent for the full year.

Compared with the latest available data from other Asean countries, the Philippines’ fourth quarter growth in gross domestic product (GDP), the value of goods produced and services rendered in a given period, was higher than Vietnam’s 5.4 percent and Singapore’s 1.1 percent.

China’s economy expanded by 7.8 percent in the last quarter. Other countries still do not have available data for the full year."

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