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Mensajepor Dalamar » 02 May 2013 13:40

Philippines gains investment grade status - Financial Times ‎-
The Philippines has secured investment grade status for the first time, after Standard & Poor's became the second major agency to raise...
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 29 Ago 2013 07:49

PH still 'fastest-growing emerging economy' in ASEAN

The Philippines continued to exceed expectations and remained the fastest-growing among emerging economies in the region, the government on Wednesday announced.

The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 7.5 percent from April to June, faster than the 6.3 percent growth it posted in the same period in 2012, official data showed.
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Philippines Completes Investment-Grade Ascent as Moody’s Raises

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Oct 2013 07:25

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“The Philippines’ economic performance has entered a structural shift to higher growth, accompanied by low inflation,” Moody’s said today. “The new growth path is being reinforced in part by improved fiscal management.” The move puts the Philippines on par with Turkey and Spain.

The $250 billion Philippine economy, which was more than twice the size of Malaysia and 10 times bigger than Singapore’s in 1960, was termed “the sick man of Asia” as it lagged behind its peers in following decades. Now, the World Bank forecasts growth will exceed 6 percent every year until 2015.

Expansion (PHGDPYOY) held above 7 percent for a fourth quarter in the three months through June, defying a regional slowdown as the nation remained one of Asia’s best performers. The Asian Development Bank yesterday raising its growth forecast for the Philippines for this year to 7 percent and to 6.1 percent next year, even as it cut its predictions for developing Asia.

The World Economic Forum ranks the Philippines 59th in its 2013-2014 Global Competitiveness Index, up from 65 the previous year. Fujifilm Corp., a maker of cameras and medical equipment, and Sonion A/S, which makes high-end microphones and components for audio headsets and hearing aids, are among companies that began production at new factories in the Philippines this year.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 10 Dic 2017 18:22

La economia Filipina sigue como un tiro...

The Philippines economy grew at an annual 6.9% in the September quarter of 2017, the strongest growth since the third quarter 2016. That’s slightly above China’s third quarter annual growth, which grew 6.8% in the third quarter of 2017, that country’s weakest pace of expansion since the fourth quarter of 2016.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 13 Dic 2017 05:03

Foreign investments surge 62% in September
The Philippines continued to book higher foreign direct investments for the fifth straight month, surging 61.8 percent in September on the back of the country’s strong ma croeconomic fundamentals


The brutal drug war has not shaken investor confidence and macroeconomic fundamentals remain strong, prompting international debt watcher Fitch Ratings to upgrade the Philippines’ credit rating yesterday.

It was the first such upgrade for the Philippines by Fitch since March 2013 and the first since President Duterte assumed office last year. It put the agency’s sovereign credit rating for the Philippines at par with those of S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s.

The improvement from the minimum investment grade of “BBB-” to “BBB” was seen as a vote of confidence in Duterte’s government amid his controversial war on illegal drugs and criminality. The one-notch upgrade placed the Philippines at par with Italy and higher than Indonesia.
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