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  • ASEAN's Bright Spot: The Philippines?

    Prakriti Sofat, Regional Economist, Barclays explains why she's optimistic on the Philippine economy. She expects the country's central bank to hike rates by 25 bps later this year.

  • North Asia Vs South East Asia

    Richard Martin, Managing Director at IMA Asia, explains that the key to the better balanced Asia depends on the export figures of North Asia and the cooling down of South East Asia market.

  • Philippine Markets to Get an Upgrade: Analyst

    Andrew Economos, MD & Head of Sovereign & Institutional Strategy Asia, JP Morgan Asset Management says a ratings upgrade is on the cards for the Philippines this year.

  • US To Dodge The 'Fiscal Cliff'?

    PK Basu, MD & Head of Asia Research & Economics, Maybank Kim Eng warns that the next 28 hours will be crucial for US but remains optimistic for markets going into 2013.

  • The Philippines is finally picking up economic momentum, but this rapid growth has passed over the vast majority of the poor.

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    Philippines has ambitions to join Macau and Singapore among the ranks of Asia's top gaming destinations. Buoyed by stellar economic growth, the casino rush is starting.

  • Lack of Reforms in The Philippines: Pro

    Daryl Guppy, CEO, Guppytraders.com charts the PSE Composite, while Tony Nash, Managing Director, IHS explains why he's not bullish on the Philippines. due to empty promises of institutional reforms.

  • Europe and Southeast Asia in 2013

    Mark Matthews, Head of Research, Asia, at Bank Julius Baer tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he likes Southeast Asian and European markets for 2013.

  • Why Asia Can’t Pull Global Economy Out of Crisis

    Business sentiment among Asia's top companies improved slightly in the fourth quarter, reversing two consecutive quarters of declines, while global economic uncertainty remained the biggest concern for the region's firms, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.

  • Consumers Lead the Way as Philippine Economy Surges

    The gathering had the air of a post-mortem. About 100 executives and government officials listened quietly as Guillermo Luz poked holes in the Philippines' fairytale economic revival.

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    The Philippines would strongly support a rearmed Japan shorn of its pacifist constitution as a counterweight to the growing military assertiveness of China, according to the Philippine foreign minister.

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    China told Vietnam on Thursday to stop unilateral oil exploration in disputed areas of the South China Sea, raising tension in protracted maritime territorial disputes with its neighbors.

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    Japan's Universal Entertainment on Tuesday sued Thomson Reuters for defamation over news articles relating to payments Universal made to an ex-consultant to the Philippine gaming authority.

  • Which Asian countries will top headlines?

  • Philippines and Thailand the Region's Bright Spots: Pro

    Euben Paracuelles, Executive Director and Southeast Asia Economist at Nomura Singapore Limited, says the Philippines and Thailand are the bright spots among economies in the region due to their strong domestic demand.

  • Philippines Third Quarter GDP Growth Stronger Than Expected

    The Philippine economy picked up more than expected in the third quarter, as strong domestic demand kept it relatively insulated from the global downturn, reducing the odds of an interest rate cut in December.

  • *Speaks on eve of trip to India, Philippines, Hong Kong. Speaking on the eve of a trip to India and other parts of Asia, Harper said in an interview published in Saturday's Postmedia newspapers that Canada as a general rule welcomes foreign investment.

  • *PM, on Nov 3-11 Asian trip, will say Canada open for business. OTTAWA, Nov 1- Prime Minister Stephen Harper will promote Canada as open for business during a Nov. 3-11 trip to Asia, although he is not likely to unveil long-awaited guidelines for foreign takeovers of Canadian firms, an aide said on Thursday.

  • *Cuts focused on Europe; Visteon to close Philippines plant. Nov 1- Auto parts suppliers Visteon Corp and Delphi Automotive Plc said they were accelerating cost cutting as carmakers slash production in the face of slowing demand, especially in Europe.

  • *Sources say review of CNOOC bid for Nexen set to be extended. The Conservative government has promised to present new guidelines at around the same time it announces its decision on whether to approve a $15.1 billion bid by China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd to take over oil producer Nexen Inc.