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Fault-finders cannot ignore economic gains

CRITICS of the administration and other fault-finders are becoming louder and bolder in their favorite pastime. I have expected such sniping from the opposition halfway...

PH firms post robust earnings

THE SIGNS of an economy performing stronger in the months ahead are now clear. One of the data that serves as a harbinger of...

We need more builders

WE NEED more builders to sustain the rapid growth of the real-estate sector and the general economy. Based on insights from construction...

Economic prospects more upbeat in 2020

THE MORE robust economic growth in the third quarter of 2019 is making many businessmen more bullish on their prospects for 2010.

Low inflation reflects stability

THE INFLATION rate moderated to 0.8 percent in October 2019, the slowest in three-and-a-half years, reflecting the Duterte administration’s strong political will to stabilize the...

Catch-up spending pays dividends

I HAVE been saying that the Philippine economy is doing just fine despite the US-China trade war and the blip in the first and...

Further interest rate cuts will boost GDP

OUR ECONOMIC managers and monetary authorities are now in a better position to calibrate the benchmark borrowing and lending rates in support of household spending...

It’s time to plan and develop Mega Manila

METRO Manila, or the National Capital Region (NCR), is bursting at the seams, and some studies rank it as one of the most congested...

US-China trade war has a silver lining

THE UNITED States-China tit-for-tat trade tariffs has been dominating the international business news for over a year now. The trade spat has spooked global financial...

Moderate inflation good for PHL economic growth

BUSINESSMEN now have a clearer picture of where the economy is headed to, now that 2019 is winding down. The inflation rate...

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