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Julio S. Amador III: Aquino's successor faces challenge building on recent success

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Policemen use their shields as they block protesters in Manila July 27.   © Reuters

As the Philippines heads into an election next year, there are questions as to whether its current performance is sustainable, or if changes in political leadership will cause policy swings that derail the country's growth and development.

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