The Philippines – A two sided economy | FT World

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The booming outsourcing sector has created jobs in the services sector for an educated middle class that is thriving. But not everyone is benefiting from the country’s economic growth. Lack of investment, training and manufacturing means there are few opportunities for those without a decent education. The FT’s Asia Editor, David Pilling, explores both sides of the Philippine economy.

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