Charts outlining the Philippines’ economic trajectory

Phil flagHere at Investvine, we have closely kept an eye on the fundamentals that have made the Philippines such a charmer for emerging market analysts.

Phenomenal 7.8 per cent first-quarter GDP growth that made the ASEAN nation the fastest growing in the Asia-Pacific region, trumping China by 0.1 per cent, has spring boarded from a strongly growing consumer class, increased fiscal stability and better business perception, resulting in 3 investment credit upgrades (with another on the horizon).

Meanwhile, China has now been dragged to the fore of a different kind of worldwide debate, this time over whether a hard landing is imminent.

Today, July 31, Bloomberg BRIEF’s Michael McDonough tweeted 3 charts that compose a telling picture of how the Philippines is quickly upturning the former negative sentiment once placed on the “basket case” nation and assuming China’s position.

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Here at Investvine, we have closely kept an eye on the fundamentals that have made the Philippines such a charmer for emerging market analysts. Phenomenal 7.8 per cent first-quarter GDP growth that made the ASEAN nation the fastest growing in the Asia-Pacific region, trumping China by 0.1 per cent, has spring boarded from a strongly growing consumer class, increased fiscal stability and better business perception, resulting in 3 investment credit upgrades (with another on the horizon). Meanwhile, China has now been dragged to the fore of a different kind of worldwide debate, this time over whether a hard landing is...

Phil flagHere at Investvine, we have closely kept an eye on the fundamentals that have made the Philippines such a charmer for emerging market analysts.

Phenomenal 7.8 per cent first-quarter GDP growth that made the ASEAN nation the fastest growing in the Asia-Pacific region, trumping China by 0.1 per cent, has spring boarded from a strongly growing consumer class, increased fiscal stability and better business perception, resulting in 3 investment credit upgrades (with another on the horizon).

Meanwhile, China has now been dragged to the fore of a different kind of worldwide debate, this time over whether a hard landing is imminent.

Today, July 31, Bloomberg BRIEF’s Michael McDonough tweeted 3 charts that compose a telling picture of how the Philippines is quickly upturning the former negative sentiment once placed on the “basket case” nation and assuming China’s position.

Phil-China chart

demographic

asean-gdp

 

 

 



Support ASEAN news

Investvine has been a consistent voice in ASEAN news for more than a decade. From breaking news to exclusive interviews with key ASEAN leaders, we have brought you factual and engaging reports – the stories that matter, free of charge.

Like many news organisations, we are striving to survive in an age of reduced advertising and biased journalism. Our mission is to rise above today’s challenges and chart tomorrow’s world with clear, dependable reporting.

Support us now with a donation of your choosing. Your contribution will help us shine a light on important ASEAN stories, reach more people and lift the manifold voices of this dynamic, influential region.

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Donation Total: $10.00

 

 

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