President Elpidio Quirino April 17, 1948 – December 30, 1953
Increased economic aid from the United States. Restoration of peace and order.
Total economic mobilization.
Supported the establishments of several industrial plants and projects at strategic points all over the country, thereby mobilizing its economic resources and ushering in an era of industrialization. Burgos irrigation project in Zambales. Hydroelectric project in Lanao. The cement factory in Bacnotan and La Union.
Other new and necessary industries which provided employment to thousands.
Amnesty for the Huks President Quirino took off where President Roxas left with regards to the Huk problem. He negotiated with Luis Taruc in Malacanang
The result of this negotiation was granting Amnesty for the Huks.
Social Justice Program President Quirino established the Presidential Action Committee on Social Amelioration (PACSA). This agency provided protection for Huk victims and to all those who were caught between fighting.
It also provided food, medicine, clothes and jobs for the unemployed.
Improvement of Economy President Quirino launched and Economic Mobilization Program to industrialize the country and give more jobs to the Filipinos. Built more irrigation systems and farm-to-market roads to help the farmers. Labor relations also improved with him signing of the Magna Carta of Labor and the Minimum Wage Law.
Increased tariff rates in order to earn more dollars.
Economic Relations with the United States President Quirino and G. William Foster of the United States signed the Quirino-Foster Agreement which implemented the recommendations of the Bell Mission. Under this agreement, the United States and the Philippines would cooperate to delop the economy of the nation.
The United States would provide funds and technology while the Philippines would supply manpower.