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Megacity Economy: How Seven Types of Global Cities Stack Up

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Megacity Economy: How Seven Types of Global Cities Stack Up

Post by Mr S » March 9th, 2017, 4:18 pm

And...once again The Philippines (Metro Manila) isn't even considered or an afterthought. As I've mentioned numerous times, The Philippines is going nowhere it takes 2 steps forward, 1 step back and it's been doing this for generations. It doesn't matter who the leader is, it's genetic and culturally inept and this way of functioning is interbred into the general populous, the ones that don't subscribe move to other countries and don't go back) Don't fall for the fake local economic news about it's supposed future economic success and great investment potential and other BS! I've been living here for 10+ years now and this country hasn't done jack shit other than built more malls, restaurants and condos/prefabricated cookie cutter concrete monstrosity looking square houses that will crack and shatter during the next 7+ earthquake. (while providing minimal infrastructure support or upgrade to provide for any supposed economic boom they keep saying is and continuing to occur :roll: :lol: ) Individuals who are pro PI for investment purposes or business opportunities, you have been forewarned once again...over and out...

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