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Promoting Philippine enterprise development

Andrea L. Santiago

Promoting Philippine enterprise development

by Andrea L. Santiago

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Published by C & E Pub. in [Quezon City] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Andrea L. Santiago
SeriesDe La Salle University centennial series -- 16
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 133 p. :
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25273715M
ISBN 109789719924043
LC Control Number2011308270

The Philippine Economy Development, Policies, and Challenges. administrator No comments. Economic Growth and Trade Philippines U.S. Agency for. "I recommend this book as a 'must read' for decision-makers, legislators, CEOs and for anyone who would want to have an in-depth view of the Philippine economy, its performance and its prospects. More importantly, it provides a clearer understanding of the need for policies and reforms that meet the challenges of s: 1.

Philippine Economy Development, Policies, and Challenges.   The Philippines is one of just four countries selected to join the PFG. The U.S. Government’s partnership with the Philippines supports the priorities of the Philippine Development Plan to achieve inclusive and resilient economic growth. It supports institutional reform at the national and local levels to mobilize domestic and foreign investment.

The Philippine Economy Development, Policies, and Challenges. in | Comments (0) Philippine Economy Development, Policies, and Challenges. The development and practice of school leadership in the Philippines is influenced by a rich history that has helped to shape policy and education in a diverse cultural landscape.


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