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Philippines and Trade Policy

Philippines
  • Capital: Manila
  • Population: 99900177
  • Size: 300000.0 Km2

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Is LandBank EO138 ready?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The recent reforms and development in the financial market necessitate the reexamination of the role of Land Bank of the Philippines. This issue argues that LBP should focus on its development function and give up its commercial and i...
Urban water pricing: the Metro Manila and Metro Cebu cases
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
Water resource management in many major urban centers has failed to provide an economically efficient, socially equitable, and environmentally sustainable de- velopment, distribution and use of water resources. In the greater M...
Addressing the European Union's (EU) widening dilemma the APEC way
P.S. Intal, Jr / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1997
The idea of an Asia-Europe Meeting or ASEM may have been born in part as Europe's reaction to the Asia-Pacific Economic Co- operation (APEC) and the possibility of being left out of the booming East Asia region. It may also have been ...
Revisiting RP's Hybrid Rice Program
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2004 the International Year of the Rice (IYR). The IYR is a venue to promote improved production and development of sustainable rice-based systems that will contribute to environmental cons...
Services: today's most prolific industry
G.O. Pasadilla / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
If agriculture has historically been the engine of economic growth of the Philippines, it looks like a new engine is driving it these days—services. Services is where the real growth is actually coming as this issue’s bann...
Proposed RP-US free trade deal: issues and challenges
E.M. Medalla; J.D. Balboa / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
This article examines the politico-strategic motivations of the Bush Administration’s efforts to foster free trade agreements (FTAs) to a number of countries, including the Philippines. These motives include the US interest in a...
Cross-border trade in higher education: what are our chances?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2006
It is estimated that by year 2025, foreign student enrollees will reach eight million, four times more than what it is today based on the statistics of various international organizations. This growth in cross- border higher education...
Call Center: a Sunrise Industry?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2006
The call center industry is one of the country’s bright prospects in the area of business process outsourcing (BPO). It started in year 2000 and became a significant activity in the services sector. In 2004, the country captured...
E-commerce in the Philippines: a preliminary stocktaking
G.O. Pasadilla; A. Lacson / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2006
With the rapid advancement in information and communication technology (ICT) and the equally rapid spread of the Internet, a new system has emerged to revolutionize international trade and business--e-commerce. E-commerce has definite...
Exchange is no change
Peter Lee U / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
With the continuing and seemingly unabated increase in the prices of oil and oil products, the clamor for government to do something to alleviate the situation has escalated. Amidst this clamor, the proposal to create a National Oil E...
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