We have achieved significant socioeconomic progress over the last five years with the return of political and economic stability.
This first quarter growth was supported by strong household spending.
Price movements for major commodity groups remain unchanged.
Higher purchases of capital and consumer goods pushed imports to grow by 1.2 percent.
The program puts more emphasis on immediate priorities to be undertaken in three-year periods.
The growth in the manufacturing sector also increased the availability of jobs.
It is very important that affected families know about the situation and know how to access government programs that are already in place.
This project envision where we want the Philippines to be by 2040.
The Philippine Statistics Authority reported that total payments for imported goods increased by 30.8 percent in January 2016.
The acceleration in poverty reduction is likely the result of a faster increase in real incomes in the last three years.
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