Retail Trade

Worst over for pinoy Retailers

Published by rudy Date posted on August 14, 2009

PHILIPPINE retailers on Thursday declared that the “worst is over” for them since they expect moderate growth this year and a possible recovery next year, citing strong overseas Filipino workers’ (OFWs) remittances and growth in the business process out­sourcing (BPO) and tourism sectors.

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Retailers upbeat over rising OFW remittances

Published by rudy Date posted on August 13, 2009

Consumers want value-for-money, experts say MANILA, Philippines –The country’s retail industry will improve in the coming months, largely due to steady remittances from overseas Filipino workers, according to industry experts.

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RP to stay afloat on retail sales, public spending-report

Published by rudy Date posted on June 30, 2009

The Philippine economy will stay afloat in the first half of this year on the back of an improvement in retail sales and government spending, indicating that the state’s full year growth target will be met.

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Domestic trade drops in first quarter

Published by rudy Date posted on June 24, 2009

DOMESTIC trade flows in the Philippines dropped nearly a fifth in the first quarter of the year from a year ago, the National Statistics Office (NSO) said.

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RP’s rank as retail center improves

Published by rudy Date posted on June 24, 2009

THE Philippines ranking as a destination of global retailers inched up, according to an international consulting firm.

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