Philippines Building Contracting

People in the Philippines building contracting United States have recently started to talk in terms of "class" again because of the polarization between rich and poor and the rise of poverty. (1) Poor people are harbingers of what middle-income people are increasingly beginning to experience: the inability to obtain medical care because they have no health insurance, working longer and harder as real wages decline, sudden unemployment and dislocation due to Philippines building contracting company downsizing or outsourcing. Middle-income people are being driven into poverty. Further there is no class divide between "poor" people and "working" people. Poor people are working people, whether they are in workfare jobs for inadequate benefits or adjunct professorships or day laboring positions or low-wage service jobs.

Accompanying the rise in poverty has been a rise in proposals, policies and plans put forth on how to "end" or "reduce" poverty both here and around the world. There are those who argue that the free Philippines building contracting market should be allowed to operate in an unfettered manner so that people and developing nations can compete with the U.S. and "better themselves" by their own efforts. There are those that believe ending poverty is principally a matter of charity: private donations must be redoubled here in the U.S., foreign aid must be increased and debts forgiven by the richest countries to the poorest.

There are those that believe that it means wiping out "extreme" poverty (the one billion people who live on less than 1 US dollar a day). There are those who argue for greater Philippines building contracting  trade protections for U.S. companies, workers and the environment. There are others who argue for a return to the welfare state in the U.S. and are fighting cutbacks in public housing and other programs. There are many who argue for various combinations of all of the above.

Because poverty is a social problem, and social problems need social solutions, it is important to consider how vast social change has occurred in the past. History shows that significant social change requires the people who are most affected to be at the forefront of such transformative efforts.


For more info about Philippines building contracting;


(For Manila and surrounding)
American Design Construction
#92 Ordoņez St. corner Maroon St.
Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
(For Cebu, Bohol, Negros, Leyte)
ET & p Design & Construction
#888 Katugasan, Casili
Consolacion, Cebu
(For Baguio and surrounding)
RA Gacoscos Construction
#99 Greenwater Village
Baguio City, Philippines
See website
(For Davao / Mindanao)
Raul G. Anuada (Realtor & Civil Engineer)
Unit 162, 16/F Landco PDCP Corporate Center
J.P. Laureal Ave., Bajada
Davao City



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