Dec 7, 2010
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- Emerging market demand for electronics, as well as fiscal stimulus measures
in the U.S., will support Philippine exports.
- Though unemployment will remain among the highest in the region, the robust
flow of remittances will keep consumer demand intact.
- A hefty public debt has prompted the government to change tack and seek
private-sector funding for infrastructure investment.
Growth Dynamics: Post-Stimulus Hangover
The Philippines underwent a stunning recovery in 2010, shooting back to its
precrisis GDP growth rate. After posting
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