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TAPS PP 1999-35: This Thing Called Recovery

For the Philippine economy, 1998 turned out to be worse than most people, especially the pundits, expected. The slowdown was widely predicted to be mild. As is now well-recognized, the crisis in the Philippines was aggravated by the historically unprecedented collapse of agricultural output, thanks to El NiƱo, which was not a factor in 1991-92. A "mild recession" has been forecast -- without taking the weather into account. This paper traces the economic performance under the Estrada administration. In conjunction with the world scene, it also offers relevant factors observe during several crisis periods.

Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc.
Authors Keywords
Fabella, Raul V.; Asian financial crisis; Asian crisis; economic growth; economic reform;
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Published in 1999 and available in the TAPS Library or Downloaded 409 times since November 25, 2011
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