The Philippines is the 35th largest economy in the world and ranks 18th among emerging markets in terms of GDP. The Philippines economy grew at a rate of 6.7% in 2017. A subsscription to EMIS provides access to information on over 33,000 companies in The Philippines as well as a range of sector reports, macroeconomic data and news from 200 local and global sources.
Go cites need to mitigate hunger, inflation
Philstar | 2021-Jan-18
Philippines: PH economy still facing risk but 'worst is over': Lopez
Thai News Service | 2021-Jan-17
Philippines: Large structural liquidity to mitigate forex risks in fulfilling 2021 funding requirements
Thai EconomicNews Service | 2021-Jan-19
Congress vows COVID-19 budget oversight
Philstar | 2021-Jan-17
Philippines: Remittances' contribution to GDP declining due to strong peso
Thai News Service | 2021-Jan-15
Philippines : DOF exec cites need for review of PH food programs
Euclid - News | 2021-Jan-17
PH economy still facing risk but 'worst is over': Lopez
Philippines News Agency | 2021-Jan-16
Philippines : PH eyes more investments after latest credit ratings
Euclid - News | 2021-Jan-16
Remittances' contribution to GDP declining due to strong peso
Philippines News Agency | 2021-Jan-15
Powell sees `Exuberant spending' after pandemic -
Asia Times | 2021-Jan-15
M3 growth eases on slow lending
Business World | 2021-Jan-18
Further strengthening of peso vs US dollar seen in 2021
PH Daily Inquirer | 2021-Jan-14
FEATURED INFORMATION SOURCES
EMIS provides a huge variety of information for Philippines. Sources in our platform include:
Philippine Daily Inquirer, Inc.
Business World Online, Inc.
The Manila Times
Papa Securities Corp.
COL Financial Philippines
UniCapital Securities Inc.
Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd.
Progressive Digital Media
GRDS Reports Ltd.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Euromonitor International Ltd.
EMIS provides a wide range of country data from a variety of sources.
The tourism sector has contributed 12.7% to the Philippines's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018, The Manila Times reported referring to data provided by the country’s statistics office. Thus, its contribution has slightly risen from its 12.2% leve...11 Jun
The Philippines’ headline inflation rose to 1.3% on the year for November 2019 from 0.8% a month earlier, the Central Bank of the Philippines said in a press release. The financial institution underlined that the figure was in line with its monthly e...06 Dec
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has further slashed its economic growth forecast for the Philippines for 2019 and 2020 to 5.7% and 6.2%, respectively, Thai EconomicNews Service reported.
In comparison, the Fund’s July projection was 6% whil...22 Oct
The Philippines banking sector remains in a nascent stage of development, and most Filipinos tend to engage in financial activities using less formal channels such as pawnshops. Nonetheless, the banking sector has been expanding ...28 Mar