There is always value in taking stock of the country's economic
fundamentals and seeking out new ways to enhance them further. In this manner, it
is possible to address weaknesses that have crept into the system but remained submerged
during rapid economic growth. During an economic crisis, their burden as dead-weight
to the economy is all too readily apparent. The pursuit of the six objectives of
the Recovery Plan should increase the countryís economic resilience, enhance its
growth potential based competitiveness and productivity gains, and address socio-economic
issues emerging from the economic slowdown.