Lower spending at odds with strong economy

Marriott, Cherie
November 2011
FinanceAsia;Nov2011, p50
The article informs that Philippines president Benigno S. Aquino has worked on eradicating corruption and graft by cutting down government expenditure. It mentions that promoting public-private partnerships might affect the country's economy. According to transportation secretary Manuel A. Roxas, infrastructure projects needs funds from public finances or official development assistance.


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