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Philippines Economy Profile 2012

Economy - overview
The economy weathered the 2008-09 global recession better than its regional peers due to minimal exposure to troubled international securities, lower dependence on exports, relatively resilient domestic consumption, large remittances from four- to five-million overseas Filipino workers, and a growing business process outsourcing industry.



Anything small can have or show a large growth by comparison  ..........

But it does not mean it is competitive in world terms  ..........

Sending your workers abroad to send money home is hardly an industrial process   ........

Although it would seem it is on an 'industrial' scale  .............     


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Post time 2012-9-20 01:16:54 |Display all floors
Do you think that China is doing a good job recently to comfort foreign investors ?

Who is next after Japan ?
It is indeed very practical that the party is  judge, legislator, head of the army, executor  and  publisher  all in one in China.

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Post time 2012-9-20 01:19:30 |Display all floors
South Korea ?

Vietnam ?

Philippines ?

Brunei ?

Malaysia ?

Or just one at a time ?
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Post time 2012-9-20 23:44:34 |Display all floors
China sooner or later would become an innovation oriented economy like US and Japan which means they too gonna build their factories elsewhere.

However the most important thing is consumption, what's the point of building a factory if there's lack of market for it? Factories are production not income but expenses which is why China is chosen because of its cheap labor and it is the "market" that allows these factories to remain there.

China has huge market and its local companies are getting better, in other words jobs are always available. If there's no income, no factories which is why it's good for Philippines but what about Japan, I'll let you guys think about it.

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Post time 2012-9-20 23:49:02 |Display all floors
I wonder if Chinese professional photographers will burn their Nikons, Canons, Olympus, Fuji and Sony's

in favor for some chunky and technologically outdated Soviet Zenit cameras ???

In some areas they (Japan) can't be beaten.
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Post time 2012-9-21 00:01:06 |Display all floors
In 2008 a Chinese company tried   " t o   c o p y "   a professional Japanese camera
(sounds familiar ?)

Patriot Aigo MZ-D clone
Posted in DSLR, Rumors | Wednesday, May 14th, 2008 | 4 Comments »
Chinese Engadget (quite trustworthy resource) has reported the rumors that Chinese manufacturer Patriot Aigo in cooperation with Carl Zeiss planning to roll out first China DSLR with Leica-M mount. What’s most interesting is that Engadget has illustrated this rumor with something looking just like Pentax MZ-D 2001 6Mp full-frame DSLR prototype with Patriot Aigo logo on it:

Take a look at this website and see for yourself.

h ttp://pentaxlife.c om/categories/dslr

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