It’s stating the obvious: the COVID-19 pandemic and the month-long, Luzon-wide quarantine imposed by the government would dampen the growth of the Philippine economy.
Vehicle volume on the Philippine capital's main highway could go down by 30 percent this year, with road projects under President Rodrigo Duterte's "Build, Build, Build" set to be completed, one of his economic managers said Wednesday.
The local construction industry is pushing for a 30-year infrastructure master plan to ensure the continuity of projects.
The Philippines’ robust real estate market is expected to be sustained over the next two to three years by a strong economic growth fueled by increased infrastructure spending, improved credit ratings, decelerating inflation, and a higher ranking in the global competitiveness surveys.
BPI Securities Corp. is projecting the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) to reach 9,000 in 2020, driven by the faster growth of the economy, particularly the banking, property and consumer sectors.
SM Prime Holdings Inc., the Sy-owned integrated property developer, is developing one of its biggest projects to date, the Gold City, which will be a sprawling mixed-used estate across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Parañaque.
The House committee on ways and means unanimously approved Monday a bill that seeks to impose taxes on Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (Pogos) and its workers.
The Pasig River rehabilitation project has been adjudged as the most noteworthy endeavor in Asia, earning the 1st Asia Riverprize, the world’s foremost award in river basin management.
The government released a revised list of infrastructure flagship projects under the Duterte administration's Build, Build, Build program.
According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the Philippine economy expanded by about 6.2 per cent in 2018.
The Philippine economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter fueled by stronger government spending, making it all but certain there won’t be a need for more policy easing this year.
Home is where the heart is, and for many of our kabayans, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has become home—providing a safe space that allows them to pursue their dreams.
The Philippines' ranking in the World Bank 2020 Ease of Doing Business report improved from the previous year, the multilateral lender said Thursday, citing recent reforms.
The government has intimated more times than one can count its overarching goal of achieving sustainable, inclusive growth—that is, progress that can be truly felt by majority of Filipinos.
Five provinces have joined Metro Manila in attracting interest from real estate investors, in part because of regulations that encourage expansion outside the Philippine capital, Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc. (JLL) said in a report on Thursday.