Aspirations and Challenges for Economic and Social Development in the Philippines Toward 2030
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KeywordsPhilippines; ASEAN Economic Community (AEC); development puzzle; SWOT analysis; critical development constraints; balanced; rapid; sustainable; inclusive; and capital-intensive economic growth;
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