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    #481
    definitely

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    #482
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    Ok lang yan basta hindi LP nakaupo

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    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    actually namumurahan pa ako sa 46 per diesel kasi yun rent a car sa europe pumapatak P91 / liter sa conversion and I ran almost like 5000Km from amstermdam to germany to austria to budapest, prague back to germany and amsterdam lol. so how much I spent, 100K sa fuel lol. pero ok lang kasi pag nag-euro rail ako mas matinde yan

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    so what's my take on this, if people on the other side of the world are used to P91 / liter fuel, then our government is boasting economic growth then dun na patungo talaga ang fuel cost, maybe it will normalize at P75/liter.
    Okay lang yan kung kaparehas din tayo kita ng mga taga Europe, e kaso hindi e. Pagtabihin mo engr from Europe at engr na Pinoy in terms of salary bracket, milya milya ng difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    yep

    train law meets global inflation

    yan ang nangyari sa PH
    kaya nga ako last November nag MUX na lang dahil alam ko talaga na ang fuel papalo ng more than P50 and I believe it will stay there for a year or so.

    parang financial crisis 2008, diba nga inabutan tayo nuon dito sa tsikot noon time na yun, takot tayo lahat kasi parang walang humpay ang pagtaas ng fuel. then other tsikoteers sold all there expeds, f150s, explorers, bmws panic sell lahat.

    malamang ngaun na-experience ng henerasyon na ito, lahat makukuryente na bumile pa ng crv, rav4, cx5, subarus. dami kasi mga bata gusto speed eh, eh di ngaun pano mo pa pagmalaki subaru mo now that mag P65 na gas. mayabang nga car mo, commute ka naman

    eto *uls ang kinatatakot, everytime tumataas ang fuel ng ganyan, some industry is bound to fall. in 2008 it was the subprime housing sector.

    ako sa tingen it will be an area in technology, a lot of people will get laid off. is it call center, or outsourcing? pede, tsk tsk


    pero alam mo uls I think ang babagsak is the transpo sector, those people who invested their money on cars, cars for uber, cars for uv express etc etc. I think they will go down. the P2P will flourish and of course the upcoming light rail sa bgc


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    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    kaya nga ako last November nag MUX na lang dahil alam ko talaga na ang fuel papalo ng more than P50 and I believe it will stay there for a year or so.

    parang financial crisis 2008, diba nga inabutan tayo nuon dito sa tsikot noon time na yun, takot tayo lahat kasi parang walang humpay ang pagtaas ng fuel. then other tsikoteers sold all there expeds, f150s, explorers, bmws panic sell lahat.

    malamang ngaun na-experience ng henerasyon na ito, lahat makukuryente na bumile pa ng crv, rav4, cx5, subarus. dami kasi mga bata gusto speed eh, eh di ngaun pano mo pa pagmalaki subaru mo now that mag P65 na gas. mayabang nga car mo, commute ka naman

    eto *uls ang kinatatakot, everytime tumataas ang fuel ng ganyan, some industry is bound to fall. in 2008 it was the subprime housing sector.

    ako sa tingen it will be an area in technology, a lot of people will get laid off. is it call center, or outsourcing? pede, tsk tsk


    pero alam mo uls I think ang babagsak is the transpo sector, those people who invested their money on cars, cars for uber, cars for uv express etc etc. I think they will go down. the P2P will flourish and of course the upcoming light rail sa bgc


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    I doubt if matatamaan ang technology... mataas naman palitan ng dolyar and dolyar ang income nila... also, mura i.t sa pinas compared sa labas... one of the ceo shared his view sa lay-off nung 2008, he said it should be the timing of holding the employees and not letting go kasi the u.s market that time naghahanap ng mas mura na sasalo sa i.t nila which is either india or philippines pano pag may demand eh ni release mo yung tao mo, kaya eventually after a year kinuha ulit yung na laid off...


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    I know you want the best for the economy. But really?!, a nuclear power plant in a red zone place like Sulu? There is something wrong with this on so many levels. Sana huwag niyo na ituloy pag-planning dyan, hanap kayo ibang lugar kung gusto niyo sana.

    And never forget the brilliant Bataan nuclear fiasco.

    PH considering nuclear energy plant in Sulu >> Manila Bulletin News

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    #487
    ^ Dapat gawin ay iyong german model & concentrate on renewable energy. They had a surplus of it that they had to pay their customers to consume the darn thing






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    inflation data for May will come out June 6

    could be around 5%

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    4.6% inflation rate is below forecast, so that's a sign of hope.

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