Yep, I found one

The history has really started during the past century. After centuries of colonization, the Philippines had finally fully gained independence after WWII. During the past decades, the Philippines has made progress, despite numerous setbacks including corruption and, more recently, terrorist threats. Today the Philippines can be classified to be neither a MEDC nor a LEDC. It is a NIC, a Newly Industrialized Country. This is made evident in certain indicators that points it towards being one or the other (a MEDC or a LEDC) or to be in between the two (a NIC). One indicator that points the Philippines to being an NIC is the GDP per Capita, which is $3,300 as of 2009. This statistic points the Philippines towards being an NIC when compared to other countries such as Somalia, which has a GDP per Capita at $600, or Qatar, which is at $121,000. In terms of economic freedom, despite problems within the government, which includes corruption, the Philippines has been slated to have a somewhat free economy. It is not necessarily the freest economy, such as Spain (which is considered an MEDC), but neither does it have the signs of having a command economy, like Ukraine (which is an LEDC). So far, the Philippines’ future is optimistic. It is still developing steadily, despite the economic recession. Additionally, the new president, Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III’s  (son of Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr., who opposed Ferdinand Marcos) campaign slogan was “Kung Walang Corrupt, Walang Mahirap,” which indicates a fight against corruption in the Philippines.