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    • PURPOSE OF THE FORUM • Observe third anniversary of the Arangkada Philippines Project (TAPP) launch in December 2010 • Release and discuss third assessment of Arangkada • Assemble public and private sector Arangkada experts to energize our advocacies of more reforms for more jobs Arangkada Press Launch with the Joint Foreign Chambers and the Department of Trade and Industry www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • INTERACTIVE FORUM Send questions & comments: • SMS: via InfoTXT • Twitter: @arangkadaPH, #arangkada • Live discussion: www.arangkadaphlippines.com/live • Facebook: facebook.com/arangkadaphilippines • E-mail: forum@arangkadaphilippines.com • Handwritten note: Form inside your forum kit If we can’t answer today, we will do so after the Forum. www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • FORUM PROGRAM Welcoming and Opening Remarks, and Message from the US Government Presentation of the Forum’s Purpose and Explanation of the Assessment • Mr. John D. Forbes: Senior Advisor, AmCham-TAPP Presentation of the Arangkada Lifetime Achievement Award • Mr. Shameem Qurashi: President, PAMURI Part 1: Growing Too Slow • Dr. Roberto F. de Ocampo: Vice-Chairman, MBC; former Finance Secretary Part 2: Becoming More Competitive • Mr. Guillermo M. Luz: Private Sector Co-Chair, NCC www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • Part 3: High Job-Creating Sectors • Dr. Rogier van den Brink: Senior Economist, World Bank Philippines Panel Discussion • Moderator: Mr. Coco Alcuaz, ABS-CBN • Panelists: Dr. van den Brink, Mr. Roberto Batungbacal, Ms. Aileen Clemente, and Mr. Philip Soliven Keynote Speech on Strengthening the Rule of Law • Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P.A. Sereno Part 4: Justice, Governance, and Education Panel Discussion • Moderator: David Celdran, Senior Anchor Reporter, ABS-CBN • Panelists: Dr. de Jesus, Atty. Marcelo, and Ms. Nuesa LUNCHEON www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • Part 3: Infrastructure • Sec. Rogelio L. Singson: Secretary, Department of Public Works and Highways Panel Discussion • Moderator: Maria Ressa, CEO and Executive Editor, Rappler • Panelists: Sec. Singson, Atty. Austria, Mr. Carlos, and Dr. Chalmers Keynote Speech on Achieving Inclusive Growth • Arsenio M. Balisacan: Secretary of Socioeconomic Planning Concluding Remarks • Mr. Rhicke Jennings: President, AmCham END OF PROGRAM JFC Press Conference www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • ARANGKADA ACTIVITIES • About 150 advocacy dialogue meetings with senior government and other officials • Online presence: www.arangkadaphilippines.com (over 325,000 hits from 85,000 unique visitors in 169 countries) • Workshops (on Big Winner Sectors and Legislation) and three Arangkada Anniversary Fora • Partnership with National Competitiveness Council • Cooperation with Philippine Business Groups — Legislative Priorities, Memo to President, Letters on major business and economic reforms • Three Arangkada Anniversary Assessments • News clips www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • PART 1 GROWING TOO SLOW Average real GDP growth rates, by decades, ASEAN-6, 1960-2013 www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • Real GDP growth rates, ASEAN-6, 1990-2013 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Philippines Thailand Vietnam -5% -10% Indonesia Malaysia Singapore 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 -15% Sources: World Bank; 2012 data - Country statistics offices (Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam); Media releases (Indonesia and Thailand) and author's estimates (Malaysia) www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • Net FDI among the ASEAN-6 from 1990-2012, in Bn US$ 60 50 40 Singapore Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Vietnam Philippines 30 20 10 0 -10 Source: UNCTAD; 2012 data - Global Investment Trends Monitor 23 Jan 2013 www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • ESTIMATED… US$75 BILLION IN FDI 10 MILLION JOBS US$ TRILLION TAX REVENUE …FROM 2010-2020 IF RECOMMENDATIONS ARE IMPLEMENTED www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • Changes in 15 PH International Competitiveness Rankings, 2008-2013 12 Expon. (Deteriorated Rankings) 10 8 No. of Rankings Expon. (Improved Rankings ) 6 4 2 0 2008 Improved Rankings 3 Deteriorated Rankings 5 Stable Rankings 4 Unreleased 3 2009 2 10 1 2 2010 6 6 1 2 2011 5 6 0 4 2012 7 3 2 3 2013 9 1 2 3
    • 2013 COMPETITIVENESS RANKINGS Improved Rankings: 9 Stable Rankings: 1 Deteriorated Rankings: 2 Not Yet Released: 3 www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • BIG WINNER SECTORS • Agribusiness • Business Process Outsourcing • Creative Industries • Infrastructure • • • • • Policy Airports Power Roads & Rails Seaports • Telecommunications • Water • Manufacturing & Logistics • Mining • Tourism, Medical Travel, and Retirement www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • GENERAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT • Business costs • Environment & Natural Disasters • Foreign Equity & Professionals • Governance • Judicial • Labor • • • • • Legislation Local Governance Macroeconomic Policy Security Social Services • Education • Health & Population • Poverty www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • ASSESSMENT SUMMARY 2013 - 73% 2013 2011 2012 2012 - 65% 2011 - 51%
    • ASSESSMENT SUMMARY www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • ASSESSMENT SUMMARY www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Active Recommendations vs Dormant Recommendations www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • SAMPLE SECTION SUMMARY www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • SAMPLE RECOMMENDATION Source: Part 3: Big Winner Sectors (Airports), p.92. www.arangkadaphilippines.com
    • BOHOL EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS
    • LOCATION OF MUNICIPALITIES FOR BOAT DONATIONS
    • Website: www.arangkadaphilippines.com Twitter: @arangkadaPH Facebook: Fb.com/arangkadaphilippines arangkada@arangkadaphilippines.com