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    Re: sinasabi ni Roque

    yes syempre nakita na nila ung q2 gdp data before na-release sa public this morning

    kahapon palang alam na ng gobyerno gaano kasama ang numero
    Last edited by uls; August 6th, 2020 at 11:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    Re: sinasabi ni Roque

    yes syempre nakita na nila ung q2 gdp data before na-release sa public this morning

    kahapon palang alam na ng gobyerno gaano kasama ang numero
    they will easily find excuse.
    to the tune of comparison.....
    kung yun america nga, singapore na top countries recession din. lahat tinamaan ng lintek na p**** pandemic na veerus na yan. how can you expect na tataas gdp naten mga p**** kung gusto niyo mag rebolusyon do it now, hinde niyo talaga ako kilala mga p****.

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    ^^^

    what was that all about?

    --

    the day before gdp data release Roque said the economy cannot handle another extended lockdown

    syempre alam na nila ung negative 16.5% contraction before the data was released to the public

    yun lang

    dunno what that post above is about

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    High unemployment, little consumer spending, high rate of store closure, companies holding off investment because of lack of business activity... if these last more than months, it becomes a depression...




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    basically there's a big f**king hole in the economy right now

    gov't spending has to fill that hole... where the hell is the stimulus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    ^^^

    what was that all about?

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    the day before gdp data release Roque said the economy cannot handle another extended lockdown

    syempre alam na nila ung negative 16.5% contraction before the data was released to the public

    yun lang

    dunno what that post above is about
    It means dutiti govt doesn't own up their mistakes and responsibility.

    Lagi sinasabi eh hinde lang tayo ang ganyan buong mundo which is correct pero it's time to lay down their plans for recovery. Kaso puro buong mundo ya ayon kahit mayaman na country.

    Deflecting the issue.


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    Crush just told me that they had to let go of an entire DEPARTMENT. Wow, so nauna lang pala company namin. It's a tough job to deliver the news pero samin ganyan din the head of our division ang nakikipag usap sa employees.

    My BFF who was an expat returned to Manila last week and she told me that she is also nanganganib of losing her job. Why? Because before the china virus, our company had a natural 10% attrition rate, but now NOBODY is resigning (except me LOL) so now they have to let go of 10% of employees.

    I wonder how many more job cuts in the following months

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    #2739
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    basically there's a big f**king hole in the economy right now

    gov't spending has to fill that hole... where the hell is the stimulus?

    Like this?

    Indonesia Bets on $100 Billion State Spend to Revive Growth




    Their GDP drop in not as bad as the PH... considering their covid response was even slower and later than the PH
    Last edited by Monseratto; August 7th, 2020 at 07:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Like this?
    yes

    gov't needs to SPEND


    Their GDP drop in not as bad as the PH... considering their covid response was even slower and later than the PH
    coz their lockdown wasn't as crippling and debilitating as ours

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