Philippines Asia's Strongest Performing Economy

Nov 23, 2012 Full story: Manila Bulletin 6,091

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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lol

San Francisco, CA

#1518 Feb 1, 2013
amc wrote:
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plenty of flips hacking their gov right now because they disagree.
i dont always disagree with her.
where did you read kill?
Disagreeing is a normal form of democracy...if not, the Phlippines will be run again by Dictatorship, which the Filipinos don't want that to happen again...

Hacking is a characteristic of a loser who can't accept defeat like dictatorship...lolllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll

Since: Apr 09

Olongapo City, Philippines

#1519 Feb 1, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Disagreeing is a normal form of democracy...if not, the Phlippines will be run again by Dictatorship, which the Filipinos don't want that to happen again...
Hacking is a characteristic of a loser who can't accept defeat like dictatorship...lolllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll
You make no sense at all.

Since: Feb 11

Nearer than you would like

#1520 Feb 1, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
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!
I truly feel sorry for you.

You seem intent on denying that the sex trade exists throughout the Philippines. That is an indication that you have broken from reality.

I pity you.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#1521 Feb 1, 2013
Don the American wrote:
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You make no sense at all.
This forum is slowly dying....bewilderment at Visaya's inadequacie's has it limits.....lol...
Martin Nuke

Cainta, Philippines

#1522 Feb 1, 2013
Massage parlors and girlie dance bars are banned in some barangays if you go to Quezon Avenue, Malate, Subic and Clarke there are lots of them but it you go to Antipolo for example you will not those kinds of places because it is banned by the Mayor. I am surprized that ARMM has a massage parlor considering that it is an Islamic State it is like saying that there is a massage parlor is Saudi or Dubai.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#1523 Feb 1, 2013
Especially since many of them, like young boys so much.....

Since: Apr 09

Olongapo City, Philippines

#1524 Feb 1, 2013
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
<quoted text>
I truly feel sorry for you.
You seem intent on denying that the sex trade exists throughout the Philippines. That is an indication that you have broken from reality.
I pity you.
I bet she has 100 cats in her house and a very sticky keyboard.
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#1525 Feb 1, 2013
Martin Nuke wrote:
Massage parlors and girlie dance bars are banned in some barangays if you go to Quezon Avenue, Malate, Subic and Clarke there are lots of them but it you go to Antipolo for example you will not those kinds of places because it is banned by the Mayor. I am surprized that ARMM has a massage parlor considering that it is an Islamic State it is like saying that there is a massage parlor is Saudi or Dubai.
you dont live a sheltered life martin, so i wonder why you dont know about these things and how it works.

naivete`isnt an excuse anymore with internet at your disposal.

even on nat geo they have a man making a fortune delivering wine to wealthy muslims for their parties. boys and girls. take your pick.

for eons muslims have abused boys as their #1 choice for sex until they marry and then they use their wives in the same fashion.

children disappear from the streets all over the world daily and end up in muslim nations.

religion; all religions,are the great firewalls that hypocrites hide behind. no exclusions.
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1527 Feb 2, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>This forum is slowly dying....bewilderment at Visaya's inadequacie's has it limits.....lol...
If you believe you're that smart, you should not depend on me? But of course, you can't because you're limited..right?
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1528 Feb 2, 2013
Don the American wrote:
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I bet she has 100 cats in her house and a very sticky keyboard.
You're talking of your white mom? Lollllllllllllllll
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1529 Feb 2, 2013
Martin Nuke wrote:
Massage parlors and girlie dance bars are banned in some barangays if you go to Quezon Avenue, Malate, Subic and Clarke there are lots of them but it you go to Antipolo for example you will not those kinds of places because it is banned by the Mayor. I am surprized that ARMM has a massage parlor considering that it is an Islamic State it is like saying that there is a massage parlor is Saudi or Dubai.
If ever there are ..they would ban children is it not?
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1530 Feb 2, 2013
Don the American wrote:
<quoted text>
You make no sense at all.
Might be due to your limited sense...
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1531 Feb 2, 2013
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
<quoted text>
I truly feel sorry for you.
You seem intent on denying that the sex trade exists throughout the Philippines. That is an indication that you have broken from reality.
I pity you.
If somebody brags of his wide knowledge on the existence of sex trade throughout the Philippines, it's speak loud for that person.

Don't pity me..pity yourself!
lol

San Francisco, CA

#1532 Feb 2, 2013
Going back to the topic:

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."

Congratulations to the Philippines!
Filmalay

Anonymous Proxy

#1533 Feb 2, 2013
It is projected that the Philippines, if it maintains at least 6 % growth in the coming years up to 2050 will be the 14th or 16th wealthiest country in the world.

The future Filipino generations are lucky to enjoy the sacrifices of all Filipinos worldwide.
crystal

Burnaby, Canada

#1534 Feb 2, 2013
Filmalay wrote:
It is projected that the Philippines, if it maintains at least 6 % growth in the coming years up to 2050 will be the 14th or 16th wealthiest country in the world.
The future Filipino generations are lucky to enjoy the sacrifices of all Filipinos worldwide.


How could they be lucky, if we have more people like Amalilio keep stealing and scamming Filipino people , how do we become one of the wealthy countries? This kind of Amalilio is a big problem in our Philippines society . You could just imagine, Philippines being called one of third world countries, poor, corrupt etc, but this guy like Amalilio and his partner groups come to Philippines and scammed our Filipino people? They go to other country to be slaved with their hard-earned money and then they only being scammed? What a shame!
Filmalay

United States

#1535 Feb 2, 2013
crystal wrote:
<quoted text>
How could they be lucky, if we have more people like Amalilio keep stealing and scamming Filipino people , how do we become one of the wealthy countries? This kind of Amalilio is a big problem in our Philippines society . You could just imagine, Philippines being called one of third world countries, poor, corrupt etc, but this guy like Amalilio and his partner groups come to Philippines and scammed our Filipino people? They go to other country to be slaved with their hard-earned money and then they only being scammed? What a shame!
The Philippine government added more years for kids to be educated and therefore Filipinos in the long run will be better informed and educated in the field of investing their money in established trading companies and not through the word of mouth or businesses founded under the bridge just like jueting where people do 'hukos pokus' with the numbers and determine who wins the pot for the day.

Anyways, Amalillo as we heard is related to Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman? If that is true, Sabah is now infested with Filipinos which means Sabah, in the near future will be the 81st province of the Philippines?

“China, follow Internat'l Law!”

Since: Jun 12

United States of America

#1537 Feb 3, 2013
http://business.inquirer.net/105479/ph-among-...

The Philippines among JP Morgan’s favored markets

JP Morgan has kept the Philippines among its favored stock markets this 2013.

“We’ve been overweight on the Philippines since 2009 and we have no intention of changing that view,” JP Morgan’s chief for Asian and emerging market equity Adrian Moet said in a briefing Friday.

“From the perspective of the international equity investor, the Philippines is delivering low currency risk, high economic growth and high (corporate) earnings growth and that’s a very attractive proposition particularly against a still quite troubled world,” said Moet, who flew in from Singapore to speak in a forum organized by JP Morgan for large institutional investors keen on Philippine equities.

For 2013, the Philippines joins Mexico, Turkey, Thailand and India among the countries where JP Morgan has an “overweight” rating.“Overweight” is a recommendation to accumulate stocks in excess of a benchmark index, usually the closely-tracked MSCI index.

“China, follow Internat'l Law!”

Since: Jun 12

United States of America

#1538 Feb 3, 2013
On the other hand, JP Morgan has an “underweight” recommendation on Brazil, Taiwan and South Korea. The investment firm has a “neutral” rating on China.

“China, follow Internat'l Law!”

Since: Jun 12

United States of America

#1539 Feb 3, 2013
JP Morgan: Philippines is one of top markets in 2013

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/313809/jp-morgan...

Global investment bank JP Morgan has picked the Philippines as one of its three most-favored stock markets for 2013, marking the fourth straight year that the local bourse is expected to outperform.

Lopez said JP Morgan had an “overweight” rating on Philippine equities for the last four years. An “overweight” rating refers to a recommendation to buy in excess of the prescribed weight in a closely followed index like MSCI Asia ex-Japan, which JP Morgan expects to rise by 15 percent next year.

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