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It is now over a year since economic activity in the country slowed down because of the pandemic. Many companies have adopted the wait-and-see attitude, putting on hold investments. But not San Miguel Corporation, one of the country’s top...
MANILA – Admitting that the Philippine economy is sinking deeper due to the pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte has certified as urgent three measures to boost economic growth in the country amid the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic. The bills are Senate Bill...
The re-imposition of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in Metro Manila and in the provinces of  Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal—the NCR Plus—on March 29 until April 11 and just recently MECQ from April 12 to April 30 -...
SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – While the Covid-19 pandemic derailed global economic growth, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) reported continuing growth in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in 2020, including P3.2 billion in operating revenue, 69 new investments and...
Like many countries, the Philippines suffered its deepest recession since World War II. The Philippine Statistics Authority has reported a 2020 gross domestic product contraction of 9.5 percent. Nevertheless, economic managers are optimistic more economic activity will return with...
MANILA – As the Philippines is in a frenzy trying to stem the tide of the Covid-19 pandemic and readying the vaccination of millions of Filipinos, President Rodrigo Duterte, backed up by his economic team and business leaders, admitted...
MANILA - There is no doubt that the government’s infrastructure program today is unprecedented in the country’s post EDSA history. The projects that have been accomplished including those are underway will surely shape how our country will fare in...
This year is another challenging year for the country as it moves toward economic recovery. Among the factors that will fuel economic recovery is infrastructure—the physical foundation of progress. While the country is under lockdown because of the pandemic, the...
CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga – Less than two years before he vows out of office on June 30, 2022, President Rodrigo Duterte continues to reshape his administration, battered by economic downturn due to pandemic and natural calamities, by appointing former...
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