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David Malpass on Twitter: "Today at @McGillU, I will send a clear message: In a world of slowing growth, strong country programs are at the heart of development, & the @WorldBank Group is committed to alleviating poverty through country-driven growth. #wbgmeetings Watch Here: https://t.co/EcXtFcwqNH"

DUBAI: The World Bank on Thursday downgraded its growth forecasts for the Philippine economy and the wider East Asia Pacific region as a weakening global economy, rising protectionism and the lingering US-China trade spat tempered expectations. The Philippines will likely miss its 6 percent to 7 percent growth target for 2019, the Washington-based lender said as GDP wouldDUBAI: The World Bank on Thursday downgraded its growth forecasts for the Philippine economy and the wider East Asia Pacific region as a weakening global economy, rising protectionism and the

World Bank downgrades growth outlook for Philippines, East Asia | Arab News

The World Bank on Thursday cut its forecasts for economic growth in the Philippines for 2019 and the next two years, citing external problems, including the U.S.-China trade war, and a slowdown in public investments.The World Bank on Thursday cut its forecasts for economic growth in the Philippi...

World Bank trims 2019-2021 growth outlook for Philippines - Reuters

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The World Bank said Thursday it lowered its growth forecasts for the Philippine economy, citing the delayed passage of the 2019 national budget and Philippine government's spending ban on new projects before the May midterm elections. The World Bank said Thursday it lowered its growth forecasts for the Philippine economy, citing the delayed passage of the 2019 national budget and Philippine government's spending ban on new projects before the May midterm elections.

World Bank: PH to miss 2019 growth target | ABS-CBN News

THE World Bank adjusted downward its growth forecast for the Philippines this year, as the Washington-based lender believes that the government’s catch-up spending plan will fall short of expectations. From 6.4 percent in April, the World Bank slashed the growth outlook to 5.8 percent for 2019. In a recent briefing…THE World Bank adjusted downward its growth forecast for the Philippines this year, as the Washington-based lender believes that the government’s catch-up spending plan will fall short of expectations. From 6.4 percent in April, the World Bank slashed the growth outlook to 5.8 percent for 2019. In a recent briefing…

World Bank sees PHL's 2019 growth at below 6% | BusinessMirror

The World Bank has downgraded its 2019 growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent, taking into account the weak and uncertain external environment and the slowdown in public investments in the first semester.The World Bank has downgraded its 2019 growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent, taking into account the weak and uncertain external environment and the slowdown in public investments in the first semester. by Czeriza Valencia

World Bank downgrades Philippines growth forecast | Philstar.com

The weakening global economy, rising protectionism, the United States-China trade spat, and the slowdown in public investments in the Philippines in the first half of the year have tempered the country’s growth prospects.The weakening global economy, rising protectionism, the United States-China trade spat, and the slowdown in public investments in the Philippines in the first half of the year have tempered the country’s growth prospects.

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The World Bank cuts its growth forecast to just 5.8% for 2019 as it sees challenges to the government's catch-up plan on spending. The World Bank cuts its growth forecast to just 5.8% for 2019 as it sees challenges to the government's catch-up plan on spending.

World Bank slashes PH growth forecast below 6%

MANILA -- The World Bank (WB) has revised its Philippine economic growth forecast for 2019 amid the sharp deceleration in investment growth and the impact of global developments, but expecting a recovery over the next two years.The WB now sees the country’s gross domestic product (GDP)...MANILA -- The World Bank (WB) has revised its Philippine economic growth forecast for 2019 amid the sharp deceleration in investment growth and the impact of global developments, but expecting a recovery over the next two years.The WB now sees the country’s gross domestic product (GDP)...

WB cuts 2019 PH growth outlook; sees recovery in 2020-21 | Philippine News Agency

The World Bank is tempering its growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent in 2019, below the government target and largely because of the combined effects of global trade worries, slow government spending caused by the delayed national budget and low absorptive capacity.The World Bank is tempering its growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent in 2019, below the government target and largely because of the combined effects of global trade worries, slow government spending caused by the delayed national budget and low absorptive capacity.

World Bank forecast for PH economy dims, falls to 5.8% GDP growth | Inquirer Business

The World Bank (WB) slashed its economic growth forecast for Philippines to below government’s target this year amid unfavorable external environment and domestic challenges brought by the delayed implementation of the national budget.The World Bank (WB) slashed its economic growth forecast for Philippines to below government’s target this year amid unfavorable external environment and domestic challenges brought by the delayed implementation of the national budget.

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MANILA (Reuters) - The World Bank on Thursday cut its forecasts for economic growth in the Philippines for 2019 and the next two years, citing external problems, including the U.S.-China trade war,... MANILA (Reuters) - The World Bank on Thursday cut its forecasts for economic growth in the Philippines for 2019 and the next two years, citing external problems, including the U.S.-China trade war, and a slowdown in public investments. The global lender projected the Philippine economy would grow 5.8% this year and 6.1% next year, slower than th...

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The World Bank on Thursday reduced the 2019 growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent from the previous estimate of 6.4 percent amid the rising global uncertainties.The World Bank on Thursday reduced the 2019 growth forecast for the Philippines to 5.8 percent from the previous estimate of 6.4 percent amid the rising global uncertainties.

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