IMF to RP: keep up reforms
While Political and rights issues still take the mainstream of philippine media’s reporting much is often under-reported about a high level of investments flowing into the country. Just looking purely at ecconomic numbers, investment inflows, and the over all picture of growth in the country as far the business sectors rapid growth in many new and some old key areas – to many things seem to be going well for the Philippines.
It’s not so much a political thing – it’s more a global economic demand issue – thus there is a need – also to keep up with attempts to keep the new inflows in investment and encourage those who seek to locate here to feel secure in the in the choices they make to get business moving. But other issues outside those figures do raise some concern over issues as well as implimentation of reforms – which international groups call on government to keep up with.
|IMF urges Philippines to stay course on reforms
…’ Philippine Information Agency, Philippines – WASHINGTON (13 October) — The International Monetary Fund on Thursday urged the Philippines to stay its course on economic reforms…'