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From GMA NETWORKS – https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nation/629014/marcos-era-a-golden-age-that-s-the-father-of-fake-news-says-lagman/story/
Rodrigo Duterte had said in August that a spokesperson for the Marcos family told him they were willing to return their ill-gotten wealth.
Former senator and vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos conceded there are “sporadic” talks about it, but both he and Imee said no agreement has yet been reached
Mique and her group believe these statements as an admission that the Marcos family does possess ill-gotten wealth.
“The fact that they are now offering to return a ‘portion’ of their wealth is already a clear admission that they have ill-gotten wealth in their possession,” she said
To this day, debate about the Marcos dictatorship—Supreme Court rulings, national laws, and historical research notwithstanding.
Now, says Mique, groups like Claimants 1081 are now trying to fight fake news by reaching out to the youth about what martial law was really like. — BM, GMA News
From ABS CBN – https://news.abs-cbn.com/business/09/21/17/the-best-of-times-data-debunk-marcoss-economic-golden-years
RISING PRICES, DWINDLING INCOMES
With less production, and with imports becoming more expensive due to a weaker peso, the supply of goods dwindled, driving up the prices of food, fuel, and other goods with large import content so much so that by 1984, inflation shot up to a record 50 percent.
People then found out that they could buy less with their income than they did in previous years.
By 1985, the last full year of the Marcos administration, the real wage rate for unskilled workers plummeted to 23.21 from 86.02 in 1966. The real wage rate for skilled workers, meanwhile, dropped from 112.9 to 35.55 in the same period.
This meant that if an unskilled worker had a wage of P100 in 1966, by 1985, that same wage would only allow him to buy the equivalent of P27 worth of goods. That was equivalent to a 73 percent decrease in real terms of the amount of goods and services.
From RAPPLER – https://www.rappler.com/views/imho/124682-marcos-economy-golden-age-philippines
This severe retrogression of Filipinos’ income per person – called “lost decades of development” – testifies to a truly dark era in our economic history. It took the country an entire generation to recover from the bad outcomes of the Marcos regime’s economic policies and management. Even with this data alone, it is difficult to understand why many people cling to the idea that the Marcos regime, taken as a whole, brought about the Philippine economy’s “golden age”.
Dilawan na ba agad? Heto pa galing sa Wikipedia. Baka pati wikipedia dilawan na din ha? Basa basa muna
From Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_history_of_the_Philippines
The GDP of the Philippines rose during the martial law, rising from P55 million to P19.3 billion in about 8 years. This growth was spurred by massive lending from commercial banks, accounting for about 62% percent of external debt. As a developing country, the Philippines during the martial law was one of the heaviest borrowers. These aggressive moves were seen by critics as a means of legitimizing martial law by purportedly enhancing the chances of the country in the global market. Much of the money was spent on pump-priming to improve infrastructure and promote tourism. However, despite the aggressive borrowing and spending policies, the Philippines lagged behind its Southeast Asia counterparts in GDP growth rate per capita. The country, in 1970–1980, only registered an average 3.4 percent growth, while its counterparts like Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia garnered a mean growth of 5.4 percent. This lag, which became very apparent at the end of the Marcos Regime, can be attributed to the failures of economic management that was brought upon by State-run monopolies, mismanaged exchange rates, imprudent monetary policy and debt management, all underpinned by rampant corruption and cronyism. “[…]main characteristics distinguishing the Marcos years from other periods of our history has been the trend towards the concentration of power in the hands of the government, and the use of governmental functions to dispense economic privileges to some small factions in the private sector.”
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