The Philippine economy grew by 6.9 percent year-on-year in the first half of 2016, making it the strongest performer among major East Asian developing economies including China, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam.
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October 30, 2016 — Through stories, told in 360-degree Virtual Reality, from Upper Campo Islam in Mindanao, we learn about the continuing cost of conflict and how we can build prospects for lasting peace together.
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October 2, 2016 — Growth in developing East Asia and Pacific is expected to remain resilient over the next three years. However, the region still faces significant risks to growth, and countries need to take measures to reduce financial and fiscal vulnerabilities.
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Learn about key economic, social developments and policies within a longer term and global context and their implications on the outlook for the Philippines.
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