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Optimism is soaring that the Philippines is finally becoming an Asian tiger economy, but critics caution a tiny elite that has long dominated is amassing most of the new wealth while the poor miss out. President Benigno Aquino has overseen some of
He is that one man in the entire bunch of people who can turn things around. This budget can be described as Budget in Motion' and did not bring in any surprises or changes in order to gain the confidence of investors, thus creating a continuity of
Pravin Gordhan 's Budget was consistent with government's move to inclusive growth, analysts said on Wednesday. "I think that the budget is another boost and confirmation of government's commitment to the National Development Plan. This is positive,"
Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia on Wednesday said the 12th Five Year Plan lays emphasis not merely on economic development but on inclusive growth to bring more poor and marginalised citizens under its ambit. "The one point
Management of stats must be improved for economic growth Balisacan February 6, 2013 5:50pm As relevant statistical information measuring the country's economic performance can be used to help the country attain inclusive growth and development, the
As part of a social protection programme, in 2005 India launched a plan that promised 100 days of employment annually to adult members of rural households. Photograph: Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP The Asian Development Bank traditionally has invested in
Cabinet official said last week. "It will require more than six years of high growth rate to provide enough employment opportunities for many people in the country. But I think the important thing is we've started, we're building the foundation,"
President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said 'inclusive growth' should not be a mere slogan but a fundamental driving force for sustainable development. Mukherjee presented the CII-ITC Sustainability Awards 2012 at a function at Vigyan Bhavan here on
PhilippinesThe lack of workers with appropriate skills set is still a major challenge for the Philippines and the government must sort out this problem through its education program, the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) said over
Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte, in an interview on dzRB radio, said: We're still focusing on job generation and inclusive growth... The (task) is to continue making that growth inclusive, not just wait for it to trickle down. She said