THE PHILIPPINES, along with other Asean nations, is expected to at least sustain its growth rate. But how well these neighbours will fare hinges on efforts of integration amid concerns on rising protectionism.
THE PHILIPPINES’ state planning agency, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), will pitch for President Rodrigo Duterte’s approval a list of 55 flagship, “game-changing” projects that the administration aims to roll out and complete before 2022.
Twenty years after the financial collapse of the Thai economy following the government’s decision to float the baht due to lack of foreign currency to support its currency peg to the US, Museum Siam looks back at the past through the exhibition “Tom Yum Kung Studies: Lessons (Un)Learned” which continues until July 2.
BESIDES the Chinese, Japanese and South Koreans, Malaysian investors are also bullish about prospects in the Philippines, offering to help develop the sprawling Clark Green City, the country’s chief economist said on Monday.
Laos and Malaysia are keen to expand bilateral cooperation particularly in areas relating to investment, banking, finance, transportation, tourism, education and human resource development for mutual benefit.