June 12, as you all know, is Independence Day — the day President Emilio Aguinaldo declared Philippine freedom from all foreign rulers 117 years ago. But did you know that the country actually celebrates not just one, but three anniversaries on June 12?
There's an incredible chain of tropical islands in the Pacific that is sprinkled with pink, white and black sand beaches, ultra-relaxing luxury resorts, charming countrysides and villages, exotic foods and an enticing nightlife. You know it exists, b...
After 24 years in Congress, The Fair Competition Act of 2014 has finally been passed by the upper and lower houses. We are the last of the original ASEAN-5 to enact a law that will enhance economic efficiency and promote free and fair competition in trade, industry, and all commercial economic activities.
A Philippine official recently said the country no longer deserved to be branded the "sick man of Asia" given its fast economic expansion. DW speaks to economist Rajiv Biswas about what is driving growth in the country.
Mark Joaquin Ruiz's insight:
My 2 cents. 1. Economic Drivers need to expand beyond OFW remittances and BPO's 2. Inclusive Growth should still be high on the agenda
“Ditch the shirt and tie! Go out and discover the genius of our poor!” Having interviewed a number of businessmen and politicians worldwide, no words have ended up having such a profound impact upon me as those of Tony Meloto, founder and chairman of Gawad Kalinga.
World Bank president Jim Yong Kim on Tuesday described the Philippines as the next "Asian miracle" and a global model in fighting corruption, as it emerges from decades as a regional economic laggard. Kim said President Benigno Aquino should take much of the credit for the turnaround, highlighting his anti-corruption campaign, efforts to build transparency in government and focus on "inclusive growth". "Can the Philippines be the next Asian miracle? Kim heaped praise on Aquino's anti-graft fight, which has seen the president's predecessor and three sitting senators charged with corruption, as well as the impeachment of a Supreme Court chief justice.
The Philippines’ successful hosting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia last week opened the world’s eyes to the country’s renaissance amid challenging global and regional developments and at the same time raised hopes that Filipino creativity and youth dynamism would be the salvation of a nation weary of boom-bust cycles.
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