Public Finance

Public finance no longer a shortcoming

Published by rudy Date posted on January 23, 2013

PUBLIC FINANCE is no longer a shortcoming for the Philippines, Fitch Ratings yesterday said. Information delay leads to lower Open Budget scoreExperts needed as public demands investment info Davos leaders uneasy over glut of easy moneyCurrencies slip amid appreciation warningsMore money to flow into emerging markets

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Public finance less of a drag

Published by rudy Date posted on January 22, 2013

Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings yesterday said in a new report that the Philippines’ public finances have become less of a drag on the sovereign credit profile.

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