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Amidst rising global uncertainties, the Philippine economy remains strong and is projected to grow 5.8% in 2019, before recovering to 6.1% and 6.2% in 2020 and 2021, respectively. In the short term, fast tracking the implementation of recently approved game-changing reforms would help to achieve inclusive growth.What is the economic growth rate in the Philippines?
Philippines Economic Growth - Historical Data Year GDP Per Capita Growth Rate 2019 $376.80B $3,485 6.04% 2018 $346.84B $3,252 6.34% 2017 $328.48B $3,123 6.93% 2016 $318.63B $3,074 7.15% 56 more rows ...Can the Philippines sustain progress in poverty reduction in 2019?
Economic growth slowed in the first half of 2019, driven by a rapid deceleration in investment growth due to contraction in public spending and weaker global economy. Nevertheless, the Philippines expects to sustain progress in poverty reduction.What happened to the Philippine government's fiscal policy for 2019?
The Philippine government’s expansionary fiscal policies for 2019 was put on hold as the delayed passage of the 2019 public budget impacted the pace of public spending significantly in the first half of the year, resulting in substantial underspending.