World Bank's 1.4% GDP forecast not surprising; economic managers must take cue and act faster –  MyjoyonlineView Full coverage on Google News
Economist, Dr. Priscilla Twumasi Baffour, is calling on managers of the economy to work harder and act swiftly by providing stimulus packages to businesses in order to facilitate the rapid economic recovery, post covid-19. She is however not too surprised about the modest growth forecast by the World Bank, though she describes the projection as […]

World Bank's 1.4% GDP forecast not surprising; economic managers must take cue and act faster – Economist - MyJoyOnline.com

The World Bank has further slashed its growth outlook for the Philippines to 4.7 per cent this year, even as the Washington-based multilateral lender remained optimistic that the ongoing mass inoculation against Covid-19 – if further sped up – would allow consumer spending and businesses to rebound in the near term.The World Bank has further slashed its growth outlook for the Philippines to 4.7 per cent this year, even as the Washington-based multilateral lender remained optimistic that the ongoing mass inoculation against Covid-19 – if further sped up – would allow consumer spending and businesses to rebound in the near term.

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Consumer and FMCG companies are reporting robust sales of laptops, smartphones, microwaves and kitchen appliances.Consumer and FMCG companies are reporting robust sales of laptops, smartphones, microwaves and kitchen appliances.

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Food inflation is expected to ease with the arrival of monsoon seasonFood inflation is expected to ease with the arrival of monsoon season

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