The Philippines, through its new administration in June 2010, committed itself to achieving inclusive growth through transparent and responsive governance, massive infrastructure investment, increased competitiveness, improved access to financing, improved social services, a stable macroeconomic environment, ecological integrity, quality education, appropriate science and technology appropriations, and advanced peace process alongside improved national security.

In 2014, the Philippines continued efforts to meet its targets, despite  internal bottlenecks and external shocks that threatened its economic growth. The Socioeconomic Report 2014 provides details of the country’s socioeconomic performance during the middle years of the Aquino Administration, and identifies strategies to ensure that commitments will be met by 2016.

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