What Philippines must do to grow

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The Philippines: How can we contribute towards its progress?
According to Business World, The Joint Foreign Chambers submitted a paper to President Aquino entitled, “Arangkada Philippines 2010: A Business Perspective”  The JFC pointed out that the nation must focus on the following industries:

  • agribusiness;
  • information technology and business process outsourcing;
  • creative industries;
  • infrastructure;
  • manufacturing and logistics;
  • mining;
  • and tourism, medical travel and retirement.

Click the links to read the full report.

A must read.

Cocoy Dayao

Cocoy is the Chief Technology Officer of Lab Rats Technica, a Digital Consulting company that specialises in DevOps, iOS, and Web Apps, E-Commerce sites, Cybersecurity and Social Media consulting. He is a technology enthusiast, political junkie and social observer who enjoys a good cup of coffee, comic books, and tweets as @cocoy on twitter.

Cocoy is also the Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of the ProPinoy Project.

Cocoy considers himself to be Liberal.

  • mario taporco

    cocoy,

    With so much informations and words to translate, and all these concoctions that is being presented to the people of The Philippines, would it be more pleasant for everyone to understand if,…[…]

    Would it be much simplier if words are disseminated, so that an ordinary citizen can easily understand what is being said, or presented here.

    O kya! mga 50millions of Filipinos will be lost in 2030 in literacy; literally.

    “I’m still not finish reading these links of articles…, Whewww! lots to read.” 😉

    • mario taporco

      Ooops! correction,

      “…if words are dessiminated,…”

      should be: …if words are “less” dessiminated,…

      mario,

    • cocoy

      Yep. I understand that there is too much information and not enough “analysis.” We’re working on it. hehe. 😉

  • mario taporco

    cocoy,

    With so much informations and words to translate, and all these concoctions that is being presented to the people of The Philippines, would it be more pleasant for everyone to understand if,…[…]

    Would it be much simplier if words are disseminated, so that an ordinary citizen can easily understand what is being said, or presented here.

    O kya! mga 50millions of Filipinos will be lost in 2030 in literacy; literally.

    “I’m still not finish reading these links of articles…, Whewww! lots to read.” 😉

    • mario taporco

      Ooops! correction,

      “…if words are dessiminated,…”

      should be: …if words are “less” dessiminated,…

      mario,

    • cocoy

      Yep. I understand that there is too much information and not enough “analysis.” We’re working on it. hehe. 😉