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The President said that the government realized that aid alone would not go far in addressing the huge problem and added, We are asking the world community to help Pakistan with trade facilitation rather than with aid and dole outs.
Pampanga now has a second chance without having to ride on the back of a foreign government or dole outs, but the leaders and businessmen of Pampanga must face the mistakes of the past and solve the problems that others ignored.
However, if it's being used politically and the P15 billion you're asking me will be given as dole outs in a campaign, that is completely wrong and I'm sure and I'm certain that Secretary Sarmiento would not risk his good name just for his political party, Legarda added.
He said Pakistan was keen to have increased opportunities for trade with its partners rather than aid and dole outs.