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Thursday, June 22, 2017

World Bank: Duterte's Philippines Is The 10th Fastest Growing Economy In The World

President Rodrigo Duterte's economic team seems to be doing a good job at leading the country’s vibrant economy, which is the world’s 10th fastest growing economy in the world in 2017. That’s according to the World Bank’s latest edition of Global Economic Prospects.  For 2017, Philippines’ economy is expected to advance between 6.5 to 7.5 percent. That’s almost twice the country’s long-term growth.  GDP Annual Growth Rate in Philippines averaged 3.68 percent from 1982 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 12.40 percent in the fourth quarter of 1988 and a record low of -11.10 percent in the first quarter of 1985, according to Tradingeconomics.com.  The Philippines economy has benefited from a stable macroeconomic environment of low inflation and low debt to GDP ratio, which has helped sustain a healthy domestic demand growth; and from a revival of the Asian Pacific region that have boosted exports, which account for close to a third of GDP. Exports from the Philippines rose 12.1 percent from a year earlier to USD 4.81 billion in April of 2017.  The country's expansionary fiscal policy has boosted capital formation, while robust remittances, credit growth, and low inflation have supported private consumption.  Policies in the Philippines remain accommodating. Continued growth, led by accelerated public and private investment, is expected to remain at just under 7 percent in 2017-19—significantly higher than the long-term average of 4.3 percent.  Here are the world's ten fastest-growing economies in the World:



President Rodrigo Duterte's economic team seems to be doing a good job at leading the country’s vibrant economy, which is the world’s 10th fastest growing economy in the world in 2017. That’s according to the World Bank’s latest edition of Global Economic Prospects.

For 2017, Philippines’ economy is expected to advance between 6.5 to 7.5 percent. That’s almost twice the country’s long-term growth.

GDP Annual Growth Rate in Philippines averaged 3.68 percent from 1982 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 12.40 percent in the fourth quarter of 1988 and a record low of -11.10 percent in the first quarter of 1985, according to Tradingeconomics.com.

President Rodrigo Duterte's economic team seems to be doing a good job at leading the country’s vibrant economy, which is the world’s 10th fastest growing economy in the world in 2017. That’s according to the World Bank’s latest edition of Global Economic Prospects.  For 2017, Philippines’ economy is expected to advance between 6.5 to 7.5 percent. That’s almost twice the country’s long-term growth.  GDP Annual Growth Rate in Philippines averaged 3.68 percent from 1982 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 12.40 percent in the fourth quarter of 1988 and a record low of -11.10 percent in the first quarter of 1985, according to Tradingeconomics.com.  The Philippines economy has benefited from a stable macroeconomic environment of low inflation and low debt to GDP ratio, which has helped sustain a healthy domestic demand growth; and from a revival of the Asian Pacific region that have boosted exports, which account for close to a third of GDP. Exports from the Philippines rose 12.1 percent from a year earlier to USD 4.81 billion in April of 2017.  The country's expansionary fiscal policy has boosted capital formation, while robust remittances, credit growth, and low inflation have supported private consumption.  Policies in the Philippines remain accommodating. Continued growth, led by accelerated public and private investment, is expected to remain at just under 7 percent in 2017-19—significantly higher than the long-term average of 4.3 percent.  Here are the world's ten fastest-growing economies in the World:

The Philippines economy has benefited from a stable macroeconomic environment of low inflation and low debt to GDP ratio, which has helped sustain a healthy domestic demand growth; and from a revival of the Asian Pacific region that have boosted exports, which account for close to a third of GDP.

Exports from the Philippines rose 12.1 percent from a year earlier to USD 4.81 billion in April of 2017.



The country's expansionary fiscal policy has boosted capital formation, while robust remittances, credit growth, and low inflation have supported private consumption.

Policies in the Philippines remain accommodating. Continued growth, led by accelerated public and private investment, is expected to remain at just under 7 percent in 2017-19—significantly higher than the long-term average of 4.3 percent.

Here are the world's ten fastest-growing economies in the World:





source: Forbes, World Bank, World Economic Forum



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