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Philippines: Wealthiest Nation on Earth?, Following Shambhalista's Dubai Philippine gold
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post Oct 28 2011, 09:24 PM
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QUOTE (seven4one @ Oct 23 2011, 02:58 PM) *
as analysis, Japan cannot transact to Muslim mindanao. I do not wonder why MILF did that to the soldiers, Why did the soldiers go to the area of MILF if they know they are going to be killed? Pnoy is still closing his eyes and mind that he can talk to MILF, para makapagtransact sila ng para sa kanila lang. Ang gusto ng Japan mabuksan uli ang accounts not the resources/golds in mindanao, para makuha nila ang sa kanila at makuha naman natin ang atin. Bakit hindi pa tulungan ni Pnoy ang lumalapit sa kanyang holders and signatories that matagal na syang aware sa mga ito.

Accdg to Erick San Juan, the US just used its ally Japan as the cover. And that the foreign powers wanted an immediate Cha cha to make legal a balkanized Mindanao starting with a MILF Moro substate. The secret agreement with the MILF is the reason Noynoy upon the advice of the Socdems or pro-globalist advisers is saying that the AFP should stay away from MILF territories. Which under the constitution is part of the Philippines or under the jurisdiction of Philippine laws and AFP is duty bound to secure or defend it and thus no need to ask for permissions from the rebel bandits. With the suspension of ARMM elections, PNoy had alienated the legitimate elected Muslim leaders in favor of appointing his designated OICs with the latter expected to receive gargantuan fundings. Perhaps in preparation for the victory they needed in the next coming election. With the Chacha in place, the foreign powers can buy our gold, gas and oil rich lands from their allied seccessionist puppet substates in MinSuPala or simply plunder via the Global Oligarch corporatocracy's favored Multinational Mining and Oil Corporations partnering with the Local oligarchies like the Ayala's Pilipinas Shell, MVP's Philex and Danding Cojuangco's Petron. All elites global and local would stand to benefit from a Balkanized or Somalized Philippines. While majority of Filipinos can't even afford to buy their own land.

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The agenda of the global oligarchy is to keep RP and diverse client-states into ‘weak states’ and ‘failed states’, so that eventually they can break up our nation and others into mini-states. Each mini-state will become private property of certain gigantic corporate groups, with their own corporate armies coming to their defense. The same oligarchs have already succeeded in fragmenting former Yugoslavia, and there’s no reason why they won’t proceed to bring such demonic successes to new levels such as to balkanize the Philippines.


Kung totoo ang mga ito, para pala tayong masisilaw sa konting ginto kapalit ay sa kanila na ang bundok na ginto.

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QUOTE (seven4one @ Oct 15 2011, 09:21 AM) *
Suddenly, Mrs. Marcos has been so quiet. But the rumor mill coming from some Marcos loyalists are boasting that this month of October will be a merry month not only for them but for all the Filipinos. The funds will allegedly be coming from the so called Asean-China Investment Fund, a private equity fund where it's unusual that the Swiss government will be involved together with the ADB(Asian Development Bank and the UOB(United Overseas Bank) are investors.



They think they can finance whatever they want. They go to China to start another illegal activities by unlawful use of the Assets of the Collateral Accounts. More and more country now are awakening and in due time everything will be put in place to help every nations. There are some foundations in China and I know that the hidden Royal Families there will not allow what they want. They think that the Elders in China want that to happen, they are very wrong about it. Pasensya na ngayon lang nakapag post ulit, busy lang masyado.

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post Oct 29 2011, 11:29 AM
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QUOTE (trismegistos @ Oct 28 2011, 10:24 PM) *
Accdg to Erick San Juan, the US just used its ally Japan as the cover. And that the foreign powers wanted an immediate Cha cha to make legal a balkanized Mindanao starting with a MILF Moro substate. The secret agreement with the MILF is the reason Noynoy upon the advice of the Socdems or pro-globalist advisers is saying that the AFP should stay away from MILF territories. Which under the constitution is part of the Philippines or under the jurisdiction of Philippine laws and AFP is duty bound to secure or defend it and thus no need to ask for permissions from the rebel bandits. With the suspension of ARMM elections, PNoy had alienated the legitimate elected Muslim leaders in favor of appointing his designated OICs with the latter expected to receive gargantuan fundings. Perhaps in preparation for the victory they needed in the next coming election. With the Chacha in place, the foreign powers can buy our gold, gas and oil rich lands from their allied seccessionist puppet substates in MinSuPala or simply plunder via the Global Oligarch corporatocracy's favored Multinational Mining and Oil Corporations partnering with the Local oligarchies like the Ayala's Pilipinas Shell, MVP's Philex and Danding Cojuangco's Petron. All elites global and local would stand to benefit from a Balkanized or Somalized Philippines. While majority of Filipinos can't even afford to buy their own land.

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Kung totoo ang mga ito, para pala tayong masisilaw sa konting ginto kapalit ay sa kanila na ang bundok na ginto.


Someone is creating a war here in Mindanao in my own opinion. I hope my opinion is not correct.

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post Oct 29 2011, 09:21 PM
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Below is the main content of the the communication from BSP dated Oct. 25, 2011:

1. Inasmuch as the subject is Philippine gold and treasures, we suggest that you get in touch with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Per DENR administartive Order No. 2002-04 dated 22 January 2002, all matters pertaining to "hidden treasures" are undertaken and supervised by the DENR.
2. Section 2, of DAO No. 2002-04 covers the "disposition of recovered hideden treasures or things value hoarded in secret/undisclosed places prior to the effectivity of thgese rules and regulations. This includes the transport and/or sale of hoarded gold bars, gold coins, platinum, silver, nickel bobbits, jewelries, gemstones, etc. or the so called Yama$hita treasures".
3. After securing the necessary DENR clearance, the subject gold may be sold to the BSP following existing policies and procedures as stated in the "Guidelines-BSP Gold Buying Program" http://www.bsp.gov.ph/bspnotes/bspgold.asp


Well, I never though it was the responsibility of the DENR.

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Occupy Wallstreet, a cointelpro? Chemtrails, Aluminum toxicity, nanobacteria, HHO plasma, Comet Elenin and the Binary twin of the Sun, etc
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post Nov 5 2011, 01:59 AM
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QUOTE (azaz1 @ Oct 29 2011, 10:21 PM) *
Below is the main content of the the communication from BSP dated Oct. 25, 2011:

1. Inasmuch as the subject is Philippine gold and treasures, we suggest that you get in touch with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Per DENR administartive Order No. 2002-04 dated 22 January 2002, all matters pertaining to "hidden treasures" are undertaken and supervised by the DENR.
2. Section 2, of DAO No. 2002-04 covers the "disposition of recovered hideden treasures or things value hoarded in secret/undisclosed places prior to the effectivity of thgese rules and regulations. This includes the transport and/or sale of hoarded gold bars, gold coins, platinum, silver, nickel bobbits, jewelries, gemstones, etc. or the so called Yama$hita treasures".
3. After securing the necessary DENR clearance, the subject gold may be sold to the BSP following existing policies and procedures as stated in the "Guidelines-BSP Gold Buying Program" http://www.bsp.gov.ph/bspnotes/bspgold.asp


Well, I never though it was the responsibility of the DENR.


Why DENR? uhmmmmmmm........
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QUOTE (mchristopher2010 @ Oct 29 2011, 11:29 AM) *
Someone is creating a war here in Mindanao in my own opinion. I hope my opinion is not correct.

M


Chinese?

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post Nov 14 2011, 08:18 PM
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What I imagined upon reading BSP procedure was holder, with his bullion, going to DENR Counter 1, for registration, Counter 2, for weighing, Counter 3, for assaying, Counter 4 for assessing, etc, ...Counter "n" for approval, then to BSP Counter 1, for another registration, etc, etc... Is the government unprepared to handle such treasures? Yes, it is unprepared. It even lacks enthusiasm. It needed more than a month for the BSP to come up with a standard copy-paste procedure to send by email. I was expecting a response within hours. I do not know if holders welcome that kind of reply and procedure, and drag their bullion from one government agency to the other. Their silence may mean "No". I proposed that government come up with a specialized bureau or task force instead but no response. Maybe, we have really been adapted to being destitute and mendicant that we are now too sick to recognize and take a medicine in hand.

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QUOTE (trismegistos @ Oct 28 2011, 09:24 PM) *
Accdg to Erick San Juan, the US just used its ally Japan as the cover. And that the foreign powers wanted an immediate Cha cha to make legal a balkanized Mindanao starting with a MILF Moro substate. The secret agreement with the MILF is the reason Noynoy upon the advice of the Socdems or pro-globalist advisers is saying that the AFP should stay away from MILF territories. Which under the constitution is part of the Philippines or under the jurisdiction of Philippine laws and AFP is duty bound to secure or defend it and thus no need to ask for permissions from the rebel bandits. With the suspension of ARMM elections, PNoy had alienated the legitimate elected Muslim leaders in favor of appointing his designated OICs with the latter expected to receive gargantuan fundings. Perhaps in preparation for the victory they needed in the next coming election. With the Chacha in place, the foreign powers can buy our gold, gas and oil rich lands from their allied seccessionist puppet substates in MinSuPala or simply plunder via the Global Oligarch corporatocracy's favored Multinational Mining and Oil Corporations partnering with the Local oligarchies like the Ayala's Pilipinas Shell, MVP's Philex and Danding Cojuangco's Petron. All elites global and local would stand to benefit from a Balkanized or Somalized Philippines. While majority of Filipinos can't even afford to buy their own land.

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Kung totoo ang mga ito, para pala tayong masisilaw sa konting ginto kapalit ay sa kanila na ang bundok na ginto.



Ano kaya ang opinion ni San Juan kay GMA ng tangkain nitong makipag kasundo kay Bush na kanila na 90% ng accounts at 10% kay GMA no'ng 2006?

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PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (MarketWatch) — It is no longer a question of whether the euro will collapse; it is only a question of when.

Regardless of what officials on both sides of the pond have been saying for public consumption, in private many agree with the banks and the financial markets that the euro’s time is limited.

It is a matter of politics and economics. Unless there is a common economic policy and a central government powerful enough to enforce it, you can’t have a common currency.

That the euro has been around for more than a dozen years is nothing short of amazing. However, the recent spate of crises among euro zone countries tells me that the euro has just about run out of string.

Protestations of the pols in Europe notwithstanding, for the euro to work as a common currency, the individual countries that agreed to be in the euro zone would have to yield their sovereignty to an entity I would call the United States of Europe. ( See my column of Oct. 4. )

This supranational institution would have to have enough money to help its troubled member nations to adjust their policies to conform to the euro zone’s regulations. A European version of the International Monetary Fund, an EMF, would be helpful as well.

All countries in the euro zone would have to stand jointly behind each member government’s debt. And their governments would be told how much they could spend each year.
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Some would have to deal with austerity and reform, while others would have to agree to finance any rescue. This would be required of a group of countries with disparate cultures who have fought each other many times over the years.

If you think the euro can survive these conditions and prerequisites, I have a bridge I would like to sell you. In other words, the euro is a goner, so let’s focus on how its end will unfold.

Each member country will switch back to the currency it was using when it joined the euro zone. The amount of currency in circulation allotted to these nations will be based on the ratio to the euro when the country joined, plus growth and inflation since then relative to the other euro zone members.

Using purchasing power parity, the markets will eventually determine the exchange rate for each country’s currency compared with the outgoing euro and, more importantly, to all the other countries around the globe.

It will be hit or miss at first, but these currencies will settle at the right exchange rate — provided they are allowed to float.

Debits and credits previously denominated in euros will simply switch to individual currencies. Some will gain in value, some will lose, but whatever the case, there is absolutely no reason why banks, the markets, and investors cannot survive.

As long as they are properly hedged (which many are doing as we speak), there need not be any bank runs or failures.

One thing is for sure: The euro is not, as one wag put it, the “Hotel California.” You can check out any time you want — and you can always leave.
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post Nov 29 2011, 12:03 AM
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Ang tanong ano ang nagyari at nalulubog sa utang ang bawat bansa

Ang alam nating mayayamang bansa gaya ng US, Japan, mga bansa sa Europe

Ngayon ay baon sa utang, ano ang nagyari sa IMF at World Bank

Hindi kaya dahil ang perang ginagalaw nila noon, ngayon ay naka sarado na. embarassedlaugh.gif


ang fulfillment ng mga prophecies sa Revelation ay maaring nagaganap na

Ngunit ang lahat ng ito ay para sa ikabubuti ng sambayanang Pilipino.

sa mga susunod na taon, Pilipinas na ang kaiinggitan ng buong mundo.

Walang Pilipino ang maghihirap

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post Nov 29 2011, 12:40 AM
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Maging OK na sana ang lahat sa 2012

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Hanggat naka freeze ang mga accounts tuloy tuloy nitong hihigupin ang pera ng buong mundo

By principle, lahat ng perang i-print ng central bank or ng federal ay kailangan bumalik para mabura sa sytem,

ang mga accounts na ito ay para mga Pilipino. Gagamitin hindi lang sa loob ng Pilipinas, pati na rin buong universe, gaya ng pagminina sa Mars. eek.gif

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In the Future, ang bagong pera ng Pilipinas na may back up ng gold bullion ang magiging pera ng buong mundo.

Ang Pilipinas ang magiging sentro ng buong mundo

Kaya nga tayo tinaguriang "Pearl of the Orient" umpisa pa lang.

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It's at the door ready to come in. But it won't be given to a people arrogantly ignorant, irresponsible and indifferent. We must change. Contrition is what God demands. Humility, the eight letter word KEY to Wisdom is also the KEY to all Wealth.

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BIR forcing Gold Traders to Smuggling?

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BIR sues gold trader in P2.7-B tax case
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The glitter of gold on Thursday led the taxman to another trader selling the yellow metal whose prices in the world market have soared over the past few years.

A gold trader based in Guadalupe, Cebu City, was charged in the Department of Justice with evading taxes amounting to P2.7 billion.

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said Junrie Tenorio, who was on the list of traders selling gold to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, was accused by the central bank of selling P3.95 billion worth of gold from 2005 to 2009, but he did not file any income tax.

Tenorio is the sixth gold trader whom the BIR has charged with tax evasion since April. The gold traders allegedly have a total tax deficiency of P8.25 billion.

The BIR estimated Tenorio’s income tax deficiency for the five-year period at P2.7 billion, inclusive of surcharges and interests.

The gold trader is facing five counts of attempted tax evasion, 15 counts of failure to file quarterly income tax returns and five counts of failure to file annual income tax returns.

Office supplies

The BIR also filed charges of tax evasion against Avelino Aw-yong, an Iloilo City-based wholesaler and retailer of office supplies and equipment.

Aw-yong is the owner of Iloilo Izeem Commercial, which counts different government agencies, offices, schools, universities and other private institutions as its customers.

The BIR said Aw-yong declared sales of only P5.87 million in 2009 and P6.39 million in 2010, but third-party information showed that he received income payments of P20.33 million in 2009 and P23.43 million in 2010.

The BIR computed Aw-yong’s total income tax deficiency for 2009 and 2010 at P18.12 million, inclusive of surcharge and interest.

Tenorio and Aw-yong were both charged with violating Sections No. 254 and No. 255 of the National Internal Revenue Code.

The penalty for violating Section 254 is a fine of P30,000 to P100,000 and imprisonment of 2 to 4 years, while the penalty for violating Section 255 is a fine of at least P10,000 and imprisonment of one to 10 years.

Other gold traders

In April, the BIR filed tax evasion charges against four gold traders identified as Sylvia Chua Cantoria of Caloocan City, Diomedita Canonigo of Parañaque City, and Ronald Castro and Felonila Caluag, both of Meycauayan, Bulacan province.

They allegedly owed the government about P4.76 billion in taxes from gold sales between 2005 and 2009.

Castro and Caluag have gold trading businesses in Marilao, Bulacan; Cantoria in Trece Martires, Cavite province; and Canonigo in Talisay, Cebu province.

Virgilio Ipapo Ocampo, a Bulacan-based gold trader, was also charged in November with failing to pay more than P804 million in income taxes from 2005 to 2008. With a report from Inquirer Research




BSP gold buy down 76% due to smuggling
By Kristine L. Alave
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Where has the bulk of the gold gone?

Environment Secretary Ramon Paje on Thursday said that “substantial smuggling” of gold out of the Philippines could explain the dwindling number of traders selling the yellow metal to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Paje said gold purchases of the BSP from small-scale miners, who accounted for three-fifths of the country’s gold production, declined 76 percent to 1,722 kilograms in the third quarter from 7,166 kg a year ago.

“In terms of value, it went down from P12.32 billion in 2010 to P3.55 billion for the same period in 2011,” said a report from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

Paje suspected that the precious metal was being smuggled out of the country because sellers wanted to avoid the 2-percent excise and the 5-percent withholding taxes imposed by the BSP.

He said the traders also wanted to take advantage of gold’s high prices in overseas markets.

Ports, private planes

“We are very concerned about this drop. We suspect that there is smuggling,” he said at a press briefing Thursday.

Paje said the precious metal could be smuggled out of the country through ports or private planes.

Only the BSP, he said, was mandated to buy the output of small gold miners.

The price of gold has been increasing over the past months as developed economies face financial instability and mounting debts.

Compared with currencies and other commodities, gold is seen as a stable and safe haven for investors.

Record high

Gold hit a record high of $1,900 an ounce in August, when the US government was formulating a way out of its debt crisis.

On Thursday, gold was selling for $1,735 an ounce, according to the London Metal Exchange.

In a text message, Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo of the BSP said the drop in the central bank’s gold purchases in the third quarter “was reportedly caused by the collection of the 2-percent excise tax and the 5-percent withholding tax from the gold sellers to the BSP.”

Asked if there was not enough gold to buy, Guinigundo replied “Yes.”

The decline in the BSP’s gold-buying activity comes at a time when central banks worldwide are stepping up gold purchases to boost their reserves.

Countries diversify

Central banks, especially those in emerging economies, have accelerated gold purchases in recent months to diversify growing foreign exchange reserves, with official sector gold purchases in the third quarter surging over five-fold from a year ago to 148.4 tons, according to the World Gold Council.

Data from the International Monetary Fund showed the BSP’s gold holdings fell the most so far this year among central banks, with Mexico, Russia and Thailand as the biggest buyers.

Paje said gold smuggling was a form of economic sabotage as it was affecting the country’s foreign reserves.

Subsistence miners

He dismissed the idea that miners were hoarding gold, noting that they must sell it immediately to take advantage of the high prices.

Most of the gold miners are subsistence miners, who need to sell their find quickly, Paje said.

The major gold-producing areas include Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Compostela Valley and the Caraga region.

Paje urged the customs and law enforcement officials to look into the matter, noting that this involves organized crime.

Selling gold abroad is a complex operation as miners need traders and buyers along the way, said the environment secretary.

King of metals

Gold remains the king of Philippine metals in terms of value, if not volume, according to the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB). It accounts for about half of the earnings of the mining sector.

Gold production declined slightly from January to September this year, but the metal’s value rose by 3 percent to P50.5 billion.

In the first nine months of the year, the gold volume was 25,249 kg, down 14 percent from the 29,401 kg a year ago.

According to the MGB’s third quarter report, the country’s overall production value rose 15 percent to P90.02 billion from P78.58 billion in the same period in 2010. Prices of silver, copper and nickel also went up.

Silver production was up 9 percent to 32,951 kg, and earnings grew 178 percent to P2.2 billion. With a report from Reuters

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Was that you Sir Trismegistos (above)? Are you in Switzerland?

Anyway, still waiting for a workable scheme from the government. I believe we have readers here with the government.

By the way, lately I was able to visit the biggest Catholic church in Asia which is the Taal Basilica in the province of Batangas. It is really huge. What surprised me was the famous "All-Seeing Eye Pyramid" symbol of the Iluminati at the topmost part of its altar. Anyone here who can explain why that symbol reigns over that basilica?

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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! beerchug.gif
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QUOTE (tuwanwan @ Dec 24 2011, 11:06 AM) *
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! beerchug.gif

belated merry christmas sir tuwanwan. Still hoping to release the funds till now. the persons involve now is starting to deteriorating. lahat ng kumikilos ay nababawasan. the holder of the Land is now dead. i just cant get the situation now. its more complicated.
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QUOTE (seven4one @ Jan 20 2012, 10:02 AM) *
belated merry christmas sir tuwanwan. Still hoping to release the funds till now. the persons involve now is starting to deteriorating. lahat ng kumikilos ay nababawasan. the holder of the Land is now dead. i just cant get the situation now. its more complicated.


condolence sa pamilya nya

nakakalungkot at dahil sa kabuktutan ng mga kababayan natin ang mga taong tunay na kumikilos para sa bayan at hindi sa pansarili ay hindi nakita ang kanilang ipinaglalaban.

Umpisa pa lang ay magulo na ang sistema natin sa lupa, sa dami ng mga nagpapanggap ay lalong gumugulo.

Kaya nga pag tumakbo ang bagong sistema baka mas mauna pa ang development sa dagat bago sa lupa.

Panalagin na lang natin na ang 2012 ay simula na ng kaganapan
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Take a look at the article below
By 2050, the Philippines will leapfrog 27 places to become the world’s 16th largest economy.
HSBC surely knows something common people doesn’t know

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http://business.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/12/w...n-2050-will-be/

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(CNN) – The global research department of HSBC has released a report predicting the rise and fall of the world’s economies in the next 40 years.

The world’s top economy in 2050 will be China, followed by the United States. No surprises there – since China’s reforms in the 1980s, economists have said it’s not a question of if, but when, China’s collective economic might will top the U.S.

But among the smaller, developing nations, there are several surprises by HSBC prognosticators:

* By 2050, the Philippines will leapfrog 27 places to become the world’s 16th largest economy.

* Peru’s economy, growing by 5.5% each year, jumping 20 places to 26th place – ahead of Iran, Colombia and Switzerland. Other strong performers will be Egypt (up 15 places to 20th), Nigeria (up nine places to 37th), Turkey (up six spots to 12th), Malaysia (up 17 to 21st) and the Ukraine (up 19 to 45th).

* Japan’s working population will contract by a world-top 37% in 2050 – yet HSBC economists predict it will still be toward the top performing economies, dropping only one spot to the 4th largest economy. India will jump ahead of Japan to 3rd on the list.

* The big loser in the next 40 years will be advanced economies in Europe, HSBC predicts, who will see their place in the economic pecking order erode as working population dwindles and developing economies climb. Only five European nations will be in the top 20, compared to eight today. Biggest drop will be felt northern Europe: Denmark to 56th ( -29), Norway to 48th ( -22), Sweden to 38th (-20) and Finland to 57th (-19).

HSBC 2050 list of top economies (change in rank from 2010)

1) China (+2)

2) U.S. (-1)

3) India (+5)

4) Japan (-2)

5) Germany (-1)

6) UK (-1)

7) Brazil (+2)

8) Mexico (+5)

9) France (-3)

10) Canada (same)

11) Italy (-4)

12) Turkey (+6)

13) S. Korea (-2)

14) Spain (-2)

15) Russia (+2)

16) Philippines (+27)

17) Indonesia (+4)

18) Australia (-2)

19) Argentina (2)

20) Egypt (+15)

21) Malaysia (+17)

22) Saudi Arabia (+1)

23) Thailand (+6)

24) Netherlands (-9)

25) Poland (-1)

26) Peru (+20)

27) Iran (+7)

28) Colombia (+12)

29) Switzerland (-9)

30) Pakistan (+14)

“If we step away from the cyclicality, there are two ways economies can grow; either add more people to the production line via growth in the working population, or make each individual more productive,” the report says.

In other words, demographics – the size of your working population – along with the opportunities to flex that muscle help determine long-term economic trends. Big factors on the back half of that equation: Education opportunities, democratic governments or strong rule of law (a caveat that explains China and Saudi Arabia’s high placement).

“We openly admit that behind these projections we assume governments build on their recent progress and remain solely focused on increasing the living standards for their populations,” the report says. “Of course, this maybe an overly glossy way of viewing the world.”

Chief factors that may derail economies moving forward, the report says: War, energy consumption constraints, climate change, and growing barriers to population movement across borders.
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