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    Quote Originally Posted by madball View Post
    Good read. Aside from those external loans and grants, government securities issuances, and the bond repurchase agreement with BSP, the Philippine government has also sourced financing from GOCCs and tax revenues. There's already enough cash available for a meaningful pandemic response, however, the government isn't spending fast enough to counter the economic fallout of covid-19. Its current socio-economic recovery plan remains unsound as conflicting stimulus bills are being pushed.
    I hope the mega loans include subsidized vax for all filipinos....AND National ID system with biometrics lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    I hope the mega loans include subsidized vax for all filipinos....AND National ID system with biometrics lol.
    Meron talaga biometrics iris scan daw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Meron talaga biometrics iris scan daw.


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    I was hoping a finger scan.. use our phones using their app with a registered number and go thru immigration with just our phones. Just like some banking apps.

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    ?Recovery slowest in Philippines? | Philstar.com


    Economic recovery in the Philippines will likely be among the slowest in Asia because of prolonged lockdowns and the continued rise in the number of cases of the coronavirus disease 2019, according to London-based Capital Economics.

    In a recent research brief, Capital Economics said high-frequency data such as mobility data from Google and Apple and daily figures on tourism arrivals and electricity usage suggest that recovery is much faster in China, Taiwan and Vietnam but will be slowest in the Philippines, Indonesia and India.

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    #2287
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    we can believe them, or we can prove them wrong.

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    well i totally expect PH economic recovery will be freaking slow

    the longest and most debilitating lockdown in whole effin world

    tapos mabagal sobra ang release ng stimulus money
    Last edited by uls; June 21st, 2020 at 07:42 PM.

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    #2289
    kahit naka GCQ na di parin...

    malayo pa sa normal


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    EastWest Bank not for sale, says Filinvest

    So the rumor isn't true afterall....

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