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Since few years Manila is constantly expanding.
In the Makati district, cranes are working incessantly day and night to finish the many skyscrapers that will be used as offices for various international corporations.
Gifted with a young population and backed by $50 billion of revenue from remittances and outsourcing, the Philippines is getting an additional boost from Duterte’s $160 billion-infrastructure plan aimed at creating jobs.
The Philippines’ economy rose up in the third quarter of 2016, outperforming other Asian countries’ economic growth during the same period.
Meanwhile the President is cleaning out the city from drug dealers and users with his death squads.
Police estimate more than 3,600 suspected dealears and addicts have been killed more than 3,600 suspected drug dealers and addicts have been killed since Mr Duterte took office on 30 June.
The president said his crackdown on drug dealers and criminals will continue because he "cannot kill them all".
Despite this bloody policy, most Filipinos feel safer since President Duterte has come to power, and he still enjoys widespread support.

Since President Duterte is using the death squads, Shabu addicts are afraid to buy drug.
They call it "Duterte code", and no one, pusher or consumer, it is safer to survive to the President's new policy.
Since President Duterte is using the death squads, Shabu addicts are afraid to buy drug.
They call it "Duterte code", and no one, pusher or consumer, it is safer to survive to the President's new policy.
Poverty is also a major social problem in the Philippines. As of 2012, more than one-fourth of the Filipino population earns income below the poverty line of 16,841 pesos
Poverty is also a major social problem in the Philippines. As of 2012, more than one-fourth of the Filipino population earns income below the poverty line of 16,841 pesos
Gifted with a young population and backed by $50 billion of revenue from remittances and outsourcing, the Philippines is getting an additional boost from Duterte’s $160 billion-infrastructure plan aimed at creating jobs.
Gifted with a young population and backed by $50 billion of revenue from remittances and outsourcing, the Philippines is getting an additional boost from Duterte’s $160 billion-infrastructure plan aimed at creating jobs.
Manila Vice
Manila Vice
The Philippine economy grew by an impressive 7.8 per cent, putting it above China in terms of economic expansion.
The Philippine economy grew by an impressive 7.8 per cent, putting it above China in terms of economic expansion.
It is estimated that over seven million people make daily use of methamphetamine, commonly known as Shabu.
It is estimated that over seven million people make daily use of methamphetamine, commonly known as Shabu.
Manila Vice
Manila Vice
Manila Vice

In spite economic growth of the Philippines, the general wages are considered very low by most of them, who prefer a future abroad.

In spite economic growth of the Philippines, the general wages are considered very low by most of them, who prefer a future abroad.


For many people who suffer poverty in Manila, their income is less than the equivalent of .76 cents in the U.S. per day.


For many people who suffer poverty in Manila, their income is less than the equivalent of .76 cents in the U.S. per day.

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