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Philippines to borrow more from foreign lenders

Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says the government decided to hike the share of foreign borrowings to 25% of the total financing program for the next 5 years, from the initial 20%

Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says the government decided to hike the share of foreign ...

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Philippines to borrow more from foreign lenders

Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says the growth rates of Western Visayas ...

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Philippine economy to lose up to P1.96 billion over Boracay closure

The National Food Authority reopens government-to-government importation with invitations ...

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NFA set to import 250,000 MT tons of rice in May

(3rd UPDATE) Inflation hits its highest quarterly average since 2014 as the tax reform ...

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Philippine inflation rate averages 3.8% for Q1 2018

A Nielsen study shows consumers have been drinking less sugary drinks and even taking ...

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Taxes on sugary drinks hurt sari-sari stores – survey

Cash remittances, or remittances formally channeled through banks, register $2.27 billion ...

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Philippine remittances growth slows down in February

'Would only join TPP if the deal were substantially better than the deal offered to Pres. ...

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Trump considers rejoining Pacific trade pact he once spurned

'Any growth above 6.7% would require vigorous investment in physical and human capital to ...

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World Bank expects stable 6.7% growth for PH in 2018, 2019

The Asian Development Bank projects the Philippine economy to grow by 6.8% in 2018 and ...

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Philippines in 'golden age' of growth – ADB

Foreign direct investment inflows reach $919 million in January 2018, up from the $587 ...

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Philippines starts 2018 with foreign direct investments up by over 50%