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|Title:||The 8% leap in the Philippines: rebalancing partnerships and leading Asian growth|
|Author:|| Barcelona Ricardo G
Villegas Bernardo M.
|Publisher:||Elcano Royal Institute / Fundación Real Instituto Elcano, 2017|
|Series/Date:||Analyses of the Elcano Royal Institute (ARI) No.65,2017 (06.06.17)|
|Source Origin:||Think Tanks, Professional/public/political organisation|
|Source Type:||Article - Blog/Journal/Series|
|Notes:||The Philippines continues to confound its critics. Prognoses of ‘political crises’ sinking the economy have become unfulfilled expectations. European diplomacy’s concern with alleged extra-judicial killings risks condemning EU firms to losing out on US$160 billion in infrastructure opportunities in 2016-22. But European firms could reverse this by committing to partnerships with Philippine firms. EU economic diplomacy could become more supportive by working with firms to promote their advanced technology, know-how and expertise.|
|Keywords:||Philippines Philippines - President Rodrigo Duterte - Economic situation - Relations between the European Union and the Philippines|
18.15.d - South-East Asia
18.15 - Asia - Pacific
|Geographic Indicators:||European Union|
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