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Real reason why biz sector gave Duterte excellent rating despite bad press

A few days ago, President Duterte commemorated his first year in office.
In the past year, Philippine media tried so hard to put the President in a bad light. They gave so much focus on the government's war on drugs making it seem like it was the only thing that Duterte was doing.

Despite the constant bad press, Duterte remained very popular. His public trust and rating remain high. The general public remained very supportive of the President and his administration's policies.

Media blitzes launched by the yellow propaganda machinery didn't inflict real damage to Duterte's stature.

I hate to break it to the Yellow Zombies, but Duterte is still the most popular (not to mention most powerful) President we ever had.

Contrary to what yellow media want the public to believe, President Duterte actually did a pretty good job in handling our economy.

Here's an explanation from Edwin Jamora aka Reyna Elena, one of the top Filipino bloggers in the country today.

So, sino sa mga Yellowturds ang mga nag-nga-nga-ngawa na nagtakbuhan na mga foreign investors palabas nang Pinas?!

Raise your right singit! Mga simbergwenza!

The latest business news!

1.) Foreign direct investments at 17% increase to $1.56 billion in the first three months of 2017!

2.) Business confidence level in the Philippines rose to 43 percent in the second quarter of 2017 from 39 percent in the first quarter, indicating investments in 2017 may reach record high!

3.) Consumer confidence also improved for the second quarter of 2017, climbing to a double-digit record high of 13 percent from 8.7 percent in the first quarter!

4.) Increased investor confidence in the Philippines is reflected by the 41 percent rise in the number of companies and organizations from the international community that visited the country from July to December 2016.

5.) Unemployment rate dropped to 5.7 percent in April 2017 from 6.6 percent in January.

6.) Net inflow of FDIs in 2016 reached $7.93 billion, up 41 percent from $5.64 billion generated in 2015.

7.) Trade Department said the foreign investments level in the second semester of 2016 almost doubled compared with the first semester, “a clear indication of the growing foreign investor confidence in the country’s sound economic policies and attractive business environment.”

8.) Presidential visits resulted in several investments agreements and letter of intents among businessmen amounting to $37 billion, $18 billion in official development assistance loans and $4.3 billion worth of trade.

9.) Total pledged investments with the Board of Investments in January to May 2017 increased 25 percent to P174.47 billion from P139.34 billion year-on-year.

10.) The approved investments came from 218 projects with an estimated 51,847 additional jobs to be created. Top sectors include real estate activities, mostly mass housing projects worth P68.74 billion; construction and/or public private partnership projects at P48.47 billion; renewable/power projects at P28.31 billion; and manufacturing at P15.75 billion.

So pano na kayo mga destabilizers?! Pano na mga pekeng local mainstream media? Every crap you write bounces back at ya'h!

Ayaw nyong maniwala sa President naten eh. Natandaan nyo nung nawala lang sya dahil sa sobrang pagod nagpapahinga lang?

He died and after 3 days, he rose again.


Take that yellow zombies!

Real reason why biz sector gave Duterte excellent rating despite bad press Real reason why biz sector gave Duterte excellent rating despite bad press Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 11:26:00 AM Rating: 5

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