WHY UPCOMING ELECTIONS WILL JOLT THE PHILIPPINES ECONOMY

Although 2019 is not a presidential election year, First Metro Investment Corporation’s Rabboni Francis Arjonillo predicts May’s general election will stimulate consumer confidence and the nation’s economy in the first half of this year

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There’s plenty of reasons to feel optimistic about the Philippines economy in 2019. Falling inflation, rising tourist numbers, an election just around the corner, stable oil prices at $50-55, and an uptick in consumer spending are all drivers for...

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