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Administration and opposition lawmakers are getting mixed signals from the budget program for 2019 submitted by President Duterte’s economic managers. “Where is the income from TRAIN and where will it go? Practically, all Cabinet members
Little room remains in the budget for the government to spend further on populist policies through state-owned financial institutions, as populist spending is nearing the cap of 30% of the annual budget, says an informed
A group of ministers (GoM) set up to recommend whether India should continue to be part of the 16-member Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is likely to meet on 14 Aug 18, even as officials
Malaysia’s prime minister said on 13 Aug 18 he will seek to cancel multibillion-dollar Chinese-backed infrastructure projects that were signed by his predecessor as his government works to dig itself out of debt. Mahathir said
India’s big plan to boost ‘Make in India’ through higher import duties has encountered turbulence, with cheap products from overseas being routed into the country by misusing the freetrade agreement with the Association of South