IMF, ADB Raise Philippine GDP Growth Forecast

The International Monetary Fund said that the outlook for the Philippine economy remains favorable despite external headwinds, and raised to 6.4 percent from 6 percent its growth projection for 2016. The Asian Development Bank made a similar forecast, citing robust domestic demand, solid foundation provided by favorable macroeconomic fundamentals, as well as plans to ramp up infrastructure spending. The administration…

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