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about 1 week ago

Some consumers are still feeling the pinch of high prices even as consumer prices further decline in January, the lowest in ten months.

about 1 week ago

A think tank study shows that although there is judicial independence in the country, "corruption and cronyism" hinder the effect of the rule of law.

about 2 weeks ago

Around 45 percent of Filipinos believe that their personal quality of life will improve in the next 12 months, according to the latest SWS survey.

about 2 months ago

The country's economic managers reversed their earlier recommendations to suspend the increase on fuel excise taxes next year.

about 4 months ago

The Asian Development Bank has lowered its growth forecast for the Philippines this year and next due to higher inflation, lower exports, lower agricultural output, and rising interest rates.

about 4 months ago

The martial law era had its boom-bust cycle. The nation had marked its 46th anniversary of declaration on September 21. The economy weathered political upheavals since then, and its resilience will only be determined by the soundness of policies with the welfare of the greater majority in mind.

about 5 months ago

Manufacturers agree to hold of the price hike of basic necessities until December 1. However, consumer groups criticised this move saying that the government is resorting to 'band aid' solutions.

about 6 months ago

The country's economy slows down in the second quarter. Authorities point to recent events in policies that weigh down on the country's growth which is the slowest in three years. And for the Duterte administration, the figure fall short of the government's target and even below estimates of economists and analysts.

about 6 months ago

The country will sustain its robust economic growth in the next few years on the back of the government's infrastructure program, according to international credit rating agency Moody's Investor Services.

about 6 months ago

The economic think tank flagged inflation, lower remittances, and the shutdown of Boracay as factors that could dampen economic growth.