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PN 2004-02: Bottleneck to Growth: Inadequate Infrastructure

For a country to become more competitive in today's emerging world environment and be able to capture new markets and investments, it has to have efficient infrastructure in place. This has been the experience of many rapidly developing countries in East Asia which invested heavily in power, telecommunications, transportation and the like. How about the Philippines? Are we at par? This Policy Notes will answer this question.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Authors Keywords
Llanto, Gilberto M.; infrastructure; infrastructure development; infrastructure investments; official development assistance (ODA);
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