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Philippines GDP growth slows as inflation hits spending
Consumer spending slowed to 6.3 percent in the first quarter, down from 10 percent during the same period last year
Want cheaper cost of goods? Unburden domestic shippers
Food, clothing, shelter materials and other goods are so costly. Blame special groups who make archipelagic shipping expensive.
Invest in a greener world
It does sound hard to imagine a greener, better world when we have been so used to what we have now
Filipinos practicing how to live rich
We Filipinos have always wanted to be rich. We’ve been practicing how to live rich.
Pope denounces ‘economic colonialism’ during visit to Congo
He said that "political exploitation gave way to an economic colonialism that was equally enslaving" in Congo
Eye-watering onion prices make Philippine staple a luxury
As onion memes spread on social media, the humble vegetable has become a symbol of wealth in the poverty-afflicted country
Asian activists slam rising inequality, call for ‘people’s recovery’ in protest...
The Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development drew attention to what it described as the “staggering wealth inequality in the world”
9 richest Filipinos have more wealth than half of Philippine population,...
The poor are unable to recover from back-to-back crises as many continue to suffer from the effects of the pandemic
Photos: To address shortage, Philippine church sells onions
The Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Quezon City, in partnership with farmer's welfare advocacy groups, sold onions at 400 pesos per kg
Flowers and face masks as Chinese tourists return to Thailand
Thailand's economy has been battered by Covid-19 ... with officials now hopeful Beijing's decision to reopen could help its recovery