Tag: people economics

Short-Term Investments, Long-Term Adverse Effects

March 11, 2024

Economic cha-cha advocates insist that more FDI will spur more economic development. However, more does not necessarily mean better and the short- and long-term impacts of unregulated foreign investment can be more damaging than the projected benefits.

Is the Philippine economy too strict?— Debunking the foreign direct investment myth

February 15, 2024

There are already numerous laws allowing 100% foreign ownership in most of the economy including manufacturing, trade, banking, telecommunications, most of transport and power, and even in mining and renewable energy sources.  The economy is now among the most open economies in the region.

For the People? | The State of Philippine ICT

October 22, 2021

The first session is on October 23, 2-430 PM and will tackle one of the sectors which the whole world turned to in an unprecedented way during the pandemic — information and communications technology (ICT). Register now so we can send you the webinar link soon! https://forms.gle/euzY2ttfCbQTUHrM6

Tila hindi kabilang ang mga konsyumer sa ‘Greater Many’ ng DA Sec? — SUKI Network

May 11, 2021

Sabi ni agriculture secretary William Dar, binabalanse ng Department of Agriculture ang mga patakaran sa sektor, at para daw sa ‘greater good of the greater many’. Pero ayon sa SUKI Network, tila hindi kasali sa ‘greater good’ na binabanggit ng upisyal ang mga tagapaghatid ng pagkain natin – magsasaka, magbibigas, magbababoy, magmamanok; at lalung-lalo hindi […]

People’s Review of SDG 4 (Presentations)

November 28, 2017

The Philippine education system has long been affecting the youth sector’s future. Came the biggest economic crisis, the pandemic and government’s weak response strengthen education system’s existing crisis.