Dominguez: World Bank made wrong estimates in growth projection - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netDominguez: World Bank made wrong estimates in growth projectionInquirer.netThe head of the Duterte administration's economic team has maintained that the pace of the rollout of infrastructure projects was faster this time around than during the previous administration. Asked to comment on the World Bank's decision to ...and more »

Govt claims faster infra project roll-outs - The Manila Times

Govt claims faster infra project roll-outsThe Manila TimesThe government is implementing infrastructure projects at a much faster pace, a Cabinet official said in disputing a World Bank assessment that rollouts were being delayed. Advertisements. “We are already faster than before in implementing our projects ...and more »

DOF shrugs off World Bank's lowered PH growth forecasts - Manila Bulletin

Manila BulletinDOF shrugs off World Bank's lowered PH growth forecastsManila BulletinFinance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III shrugged off the World Bank's recent decision lowering its economic growth forecasts for the Philippines owing to government's lower-than-expected infrastructure spending. Carlos G. Dominguez III. In an ...and more »

Gov't working double-time to make PHL more attractive to investors - Philippine Information Agency

Gov't working double-time to make PHL more attractive to investorsPhilippine Information AgencySHANGHAI, China, Oct. 4 — Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has cited the government's continuing efforts to open the economy to foreign participation, the country's political stability and its young, dynamic workforce as among the key factors ...and more »

Dominguez: World Bank 'made a wrong estimate' on infra pace - The Standard

Dominguez: World Bank 'made a wrong estimate' on infra paceThe StandardFINANCE Secretary Carlos Dominguez III took exception to the claim of the World Bank that the pace of infrastructure projects in the Philippines was slow that compelled the multilateral lender to reduce the growth forecast for the Philippines this year ...and more »