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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flopapedia?

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Will it be in Taglish?

Maybe they will have a version in 'crazy' for Crsytal and lol.
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not until they use tricycles and jeepneys for transportation. lollll.
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"PH stocks breach 6,500
for first time in history
By Doris C. Dumlao, Philippine Daily Inquirer

The local stock index closed above 6,500 for the first time on Wednesday as cash-awashed investors chased yields and bet on the country's good macroeconomic prospects. 3 hours ago"
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#1980
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
Will it be in Taglish?
Maybe they will have a version in 'crazy' for Crsytal and lol.
Hello Mockingbird master of none! Shame on your own craziness!
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Don the American wrote:
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You should that way you can have your own version of the facts because real truth is just too embarrassing to Filipino's.
Your embarrasing lies are your greatest talent!
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ALI nets record high P9.04B in 2012, up 27%
By Doris C. Dumlao
Philippine Daily Inquirer
2:13 pm | Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
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"MANILA, Philippines–Local property giant Ayala Land Inc. grew its net profit last year by 27 percent to a record-high P9.04 billion, exceeding market expectations, as all business segments sustained growth and enhanced operating margins.

“This is the third consecutive year that we achieved record growth and this is attributed to the exceptional performance of our key businesses since we launched our 5-10-15 strategic plan,” ALI president Antonino Aquino said in a press statement. "
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Philippines to spend $45 million for airport upgrade

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Terminal 1 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport: For upgrade. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine government has released $45 million to spruce up its newest airport terminal in a bid to boost tourism.

Budget Secretary Florencio Abad said Tuesday that the completion and upgrade of Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport will ease traffic on the 32-year-old Terminal 1.

Terminal 3, which opened in 2008, is already operating over its capacity, with 13.8 million passengers last year, more than 800,000 over its capacity. Once it is upgraded, it will handle more international flights, easing the load on Terminal 1, which is solely for international flights.

Originally designed for 4.5 million passengers yearly, Terminal 1 handled 8.2 million passengers last year, up from 7.8 million in 2011. A majority of the passengers at the airport’s Terminal 2 are domestic passengers. "

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In other 'news', Manny Pacquiao did not get knocked out, the sun rises from the west, the Easter Bunny is real and God will provide!

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Philippines to spend $45 million for airport upgrade
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Terminal 1 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport: For upgrade. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine government has released $45 million to spruce up its newest airport terminal in a bid to boost tourism.
Budget Secretary Florencio Abad said Tuesday that the completion and upgrade of Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport will ease traffic on the 32-year-old Terminal 1.
Terminal 3, which opened in 2008, is already operating over its capacity, with 13.8 million passengers last year, more than 800,000 over its capacity. Once it is upgraded, it will handle more international flights, easing the load on Terminal 1, which is solely for international flights.
Originally designed for 4.5 million passengers yearly, Terminal 1 handled 8.2 million passengers last year, up from 7.8 million in 2011. A majority of the passengers at the airport’s Terminal 2 are domestic passengers. "
45 million on a five year old facility that they still haven't paid for and are embroiled in lawsuits over? Brilliant.
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45 million on a five year old facility that they still haven't paid for and are embroiled in lawsuits over? Brilliant.
Post your source...if ever there are lawsuits then the justice system in PH is working....if the 45 million is a debt as you're saying, then it's a debt to be paid.

But the plan to spend 45 million dollars to improve the airports means jobs and more revenues for the government when it will increase the arrivals of tourists. Brilliant move of the government.

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lol wrote:
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Post your source...if ever there are lawsuits then the justice system in PH is working....if the 45 million is a debt as you're saying, then it's a debt to be paid.
But the plan to spend 45 million dollars to improve the airports means jobs and more revenues for the government when it will increase the arrivals of tourists. Brilliant move of the government.
If you don't know what is going on with Fraport AG then you have just told the board about how little you know.

It is anything but 'brilliant' to have to improve a five year old building. Poor planning...corruption...it's the Filipino way, di ba?

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lol wrote:
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Post your source...if ever there are lawsuits then the justice system in PH is working....if the 45 million is a debt as you're saying, then it's a debt to be paid.
But the plan to spend 45 million dollars to improve the airports means jobs and more revenues for the government when it will increase the arrivals of tourists. Brilliant move of the government.
Post source???? Don't you ever read the news or do you read it and forget it. Don't know how to Google? Hell it's one of the corruption charges against Arroyo for extortion of the German Company Fraport.

Christ you have a short memory.
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Post source???? Don't you ever read the news or do you read it and forget it. Don't know how to Google? Hell it's one of the corruption charges against Arroyo for extortion of the German Company Fraport.
Christ you have a short memory.
Just post it and don't question me. Better if you can post the latest news about it. If you can't substantiate whatever you're saying of things in the past, better keep your mouth shut. lolllllllllll

As I said, if it's a debt it will be paid. There is a "justice sytem" to follow it through.
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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If you don't know what is going on with Fraport AG then you have just told the board about how little you know.
It is anything but 'brilliant' to have to improve a five year old building. Poor planning...corruption...it's the Filipino way, di ba?
Whatever, but I'm interested to hear the latest news about this. But if they are found guilty of corruption, they'll pay for it , di ba?

Corruption is not only Filipinos...even in your country, don't tell me it's free from corruption and poor planning.

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ROTFLMAO! She is not interested in learning the truth but demanded a source?

When confronted with facts that destroy her opinion, she does the Filipino two step. Thanks for showing us all how ignorantly you choose to live.
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ROTFLMAO! She is not interested in learning the truth but demanded a source?
When confronted with facts that destroy her opinion, she does the Filipino two step. Thanks for showing us all how ignorantly you choose to live.
Thank you for showing your stooge's act of not being able to substantiate your own subject. That's act of being irresponsible for your own action. Ignorance of the law like what you're doing now, excuses no one.
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Just post it and don't question me. Better if you can post the latest news about it. If you can't substantiate whatever you're saying of things in the past, better keep your mouth shut. lolllllllllll
As I said, if it's a debt it will be paid. There is a "justice sytem" to follow it through.
You have no problem copying and pasting articles but look up something that everyone in the Philippines knows about like the corruption surrounding the airport and your suddenly incapable using Google.

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Thank you for showing your stooge's act of not being able to substantiate your own subject. That's act of being irresponsible for your own action. Ignorance of the law like what you're doing now, excuses no one.
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Wow. I pity you.

You demand a source. I provided one. You hate being proven wrong. Your life is sad. Mine is very happy.

Carry on.

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You have no problem copying and pasting articles but look up something that everyone in the Philippines knows about like the corruption surrounding the airport and your suddenly incapable using Google.
How can anyone deny the blatant corruption that surrounds them in daily life? Malaysia is tackling corruption while the Philippines is still way behind. Philippine society seems to like being stuck in a time-warp, while other Asian countries are moving on.

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