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Mar 21st
Home Sections I2D2-International Debt & Development
I2D2-International Debt & Development

This section is devoted to solving the economic problems of the Philippines. It will feature the discussion of fundamental structural reforms in the homeland's fiscal policies, especially in the matter of settling its foreign debts. It will carry proposals for the "reinvention" of the Philippine economy into an endeavor of the people, by the people and for the people.

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1 The I2D2 and New EEA Proposals Sent Again to PGMA Bobby Reyes 3146
2 Democrats Equally to Blame for Sad State of American Economy Bobby Reyes 2876
3 American Economy Not As Bad as It Looks: U.S. Congress Must Share Blame, If Any, with President Bush Bobby Reyes 2927
4 For All Its Ills, Warts and All, the United States Is Still the Engine that Drives the World Economy Bobby Reyes 3289
5 The United States, Unlike the Philippines, Will Never Become an “IOUgoslavia” (Part I) Bobby Reyes 3483
6 The Arroyo Dispensation Continues with Its “Irrational Exuberance,” as It Keeps Borrowing More Bobby Reyes 2301
7 Jobs Cannot Be Created by Press Releases Alone Bobby Reyes 2756
8 The Filipino Version of the “Irrational Exuberance”? Bobby Reyes 2746
9 The “Strong” Philippine Peso Is a Temporary, If Not a Manipulated, Mirage Bobby Reyes 7180
10 Enjoy the Turkey and All the Trimmings Today and Prepare for a Recession Tomorrow Bobby M. Reyes 3093
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