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Monetary tweak will not hurt 2014 economic growth–IMF

The expanded $270-billion Philippine economy was seen growing even larger this year by the International Monetary Fund  (IMF) even if the monetary authorities were to proceed on Thursday with a growth-busting tightening cycle of adjustments needed to put rising inflation under control.

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Pope in PHL in Jan

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle on Tuesday announced that Pope Francis will visit the Philippines from January 15 to 19, 2015. The visit was formally announced in Manila and Rome simultaneously.

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China losing Japanese investments to Asean

The touted economic renaissance of the Philippines under the Aquino administration is seen as an added pull for more investments from Japanese firms, which are seen to divert their capital flows from China to Southeast Asian countries.

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