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Economy seen to grow at least 7%

Economy seen to grow at least 7%

MANILA, Philippines — An economic growth of at least seven percent is possible for the Philippines this year as the new tax reform law takes effect and government’s aggressive infra spending program rolls out, top economists said yesterday. Finance Undersecretary Gil Beltran said a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of at least seven percent is... continue reading

2018 growth seen topping 7%

2018 growth seen topping 7%

First Metro Investment Corp., the investment banking arm of the Metrobank Group, said Thursday the economy is expected to grow between 7 percent and 7.5 percent this year, on the back of robust demand, the implementation of the first package of the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program and the construction of massive infrastructure projects. “We expect... continue reading

Invitation to Bid – Supply and Delivery of One (1) Unit Brand-new Passenger Van

Invitation to Bid – Supply and Delivery of One (1) Unit Brand-new Passenger Van

Invitation to Bid – Supply and Delivery of One (1) Unit Brand-new Passenger Van

Baggao Level III Water Supply Project

Baggao Level III Water Supply Project

NEDA Board to meet early this year

NEDA Board to meet early this year

To consider major projects. All National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Investment Coordination Committee-Cabinet Committee-approved (ICC-CabCom) projects are up for President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s go ahead in early this year. Socioeconomic Undersecretary Rolando G. Tungpalan said the NEDA Board chaired by President Duterte will soon meet to discuss major projects by the Philippine government, including... continue reading