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DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 1-a: Can the Philippines Improve its International Competitiveness?

How can the Philippines achieve its objective in becoming a tiger economy at the turn of the century? How can it sharpen its competitive edge? Dr. Ponciano Intal, analyzes these issues and recommends some logical moves the government can take in three critical areas: industrial relations, trade and production and infrastructure investment. These moves are believed to spearhead the country into the mainstream of global competition.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Intal, Ponciano Jr. S.; competition; trade sector; industrial relations; infrastructure; competition policy; competitiveness; infrastructure development;
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