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PIA Press Release
Friday, January 27, 2012


Cebuano News: Aquino gipangunahan ang Arangkada Philippines Forum

ni Susil D. Ragas

SURIGAO CITY, Enero 27 (PIA) -– Gipangunahan ni Pangulong Benigno S. Aquino III ang Arangkada (accelerate) Philippines Forum kagahapong adlawa, Huwebes didto sa Grand Ballroom sa Mariott Hotel, Pasay City.

Ang Arangkada Philippines usa ka papel sa komprehensibong adbokasiya nga naghatag og rekomendasyon nga miresulta sa pagkamugna sa US$75 bilyones dolyares nga bag-ong langyaw’ng puhunan, 10 milyon nga mga trabaho ug mosobra sa P1-trilyon ka pesos nga buhis alang sa ekonomiya sa Pilipinas sulod karon nga dekada.

Gipasiugdahan sa Joint Foreign Chambers, ang Arangkada Philipines mibanabana nga, aron makab-ot kini nga mga resulta, ang nasod kinahanglan mopokus sa paspas nga kalamboan sa Seven Big Winner Sectors nga mao ang agribusiness, business process outsourcing, creative industries, infrasture, manufacturing and logistics, mining and tourism.

Sa iyang mensahe, ang Pangulo miingon nga bisan kining pito ka mga sector parte sa iyang plataporma niadtong kampanya Presidensyal 2010, ang iyang panggobyerno magapokus sa tulo – agribusiness, imprastruktura ug turismo – diin makabenipisyo niini ang katawhang Filipino.

“The Joint Foreign Chambers of the Philippines (JFCP), acting in solidarity with our agenda of national transformation, has graciously conducted a study on how to accelerate investments and economic growth, and create jobs in the country,” ang Pangulo miingon.

“The Arangkada study mentioned seven promising sectors. Some in the audience may recall that these same seven sectors were part of my platform during the 2010 election campaign. They represent the global competitive advantage of the Philippines. They are primary areas of growth that can create millions of jobs for our economy and potentially change the tragic paradigm of poverty afflicting too many of our citizens,” sa iyang pagpasabot.

Ang Pangulo mitumbok nga ang pagpokus ngadto sa kalamboan sa nasangpit nga tulo ka mga sektor nahisubay sa adbokasiya sa iyang pangagamhanan nga “ equitable progress and inclusive growth.”

“The driving principle behind my government has always been equitable progress and inclusive growth, and we believe that the success of these three sectors-- tourism, infrastructure, and agriculture-- redound to the benefit of the common Filipino,” ang Pangulo miingon.

“They offer immediate opportunities to those in the margins: those who live in poverty; who are in the rural areas; who, by a systemic neglect of their dignity, have been disallowed more active participation in the national economy. These are the same people who are being targeted by our investments in social services such as education, health, and community development,” siya midugang.

Ang Pangulo mipadayag og paglaom nga pinaagi niining sumbanan sa paglambo, ang mga Filipino maka “reap the profits of our efforts and become skilled, healthy, empowered individuals.”

“They will be the ones to spur the entire economy forward-- consumers who will allow businesses to thrive; experts who will fuel the growth of BPO companies; award-winners in our creative industries; not only production-line workers, but also engineers and managers,” matud pa sa Pangulo. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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