Philippine Distribution System

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Every company success is depending on its ability to generate new products and services that can meet the customers’ needs. They transform raw materials into finished goods and this process is called manufacturing. Producing products is important for companies to make profit and when products are manufactured it should distribute to the customer. To make sure that the goods and services moves from the source to its consumer, they use the method of distribution system. The way of providing the needs of the customers and making the products available is one of the purposes why this system is invented. It consists of intermediaries that also called middlemen who are engage in the flow of voluntarily. The distribution system is designed
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Development slowed because of the economic mismanagement and corruption under President Marcos regime, which imposes martial law that suspended civil rights and forces to have military rule. During his era he focused on improving the economy of the Philippines but the government increases their spending particularly on infrastructures. Lavish and wasteful spending and aggressive borrowing of money cause a massive government debt even it has a times of positive growth lately it fails to improve its local industries. The Philippines attempt on becoming an industrialized nation throughout the year 1950s. For continuing the development of the labor intensive export manufacturing, economic policies consider on giving a little amount of incentive for it. And in the 1970s the administrations pursue a policy to uplift export manufacturers and the foreign investment as well as the rate of economic growth in our country. But the country’s foreign debt grew tremendously though in the mid-1970s we faced certain issues on meeting these payments on its international…show more content…
It plays a big role in the country’s employment and job generation. It also becomes a driving force behind a resilient national economy. SME can serve as potential suppliers of outsourced parts and services in a rising globalization trends and can contribute to economy both in terms of enterprises and workers. Given a bulk of Philippine manufacturing enterprises there is a need of improvement capabilities in economic and social aspects. Country can have many benefits particularly in increasing value added and employment as well as diffusion of technology and management, and access to world markets if it strengthens the linkages between multinational corporations. Linkages usually develop domestic industry and it allows domestic large corporation to grow and move into export markets and it is easiest part of broadening networks and it must be

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