Hans Sicat of the Philippines' Stock Exchange and Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala of Ayala Corporation give their views on the Philippine economy.
Typhoon Haima headed to Hong Kong Friday after killing at least 12 and destroying rice fields in the Philippines.
While uncertainty in the Philippines has increased, leaders in the Philippine business community appear to be relatively sanguine.
Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S.
Duterte is looking at Chinese financing for infrastructure, including railway development, in the Philippines, says FTI Consulting's Nicholas Consonery.
Economic issues are the main agenda of the trip and it is unclear whether the issue of the South China Sea will crop up, says De La Salle University's Richard Heydarian.
President Duterte will be attempting to navigate a territorial conflict while luring investments from the mainland during a four-day visit to China.
As the Philippines warms up to China, the question remains as to how it will tackle its dispute over the South China Sea, says Roberto Herrera-Lim, MD at Teneo.
The Philippine President is set to sign a regulation this month banning smoking in all public places.
The Philippine President's off-the-cuff comments seem like rhetoric but he's made good on promises to target crime and corruption, says Oxford Economics' Oliver Salmon.
Dengvaxia, the world's first dengue vaccine, has already been approved in 11 countries, including four in Asia, says Sanofi Pasteur's Ng Su Peing.
President Duterte threatened to eject American troops from his country, but that could leave the Philippines powerless against China.
President Rodrigo Duterte might have high approval ratings but without U.S. military support, the Philippines would be powerless against China, says BowerGroup Asia's Ernest Bower.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says Russia and China agreed with him when he complained about the United States.
A multiplier effect from infrastructure spending makes The Philippines an attractive buying opportunity, says Jupiter Asset Management's Jason Pidcock.
Despite concerns over extrajudicial murders, the Philippines will likely emerge as an improved investment destination, Mark Mobius said on Friday.
Duterte says he would 'be happy' to exterminate three million drug users and peddlers in the country.
Over 3,100 people have been killed since Duterte came to power on a pledge to end drugs and corruption in the country.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he will end joint US and Philippine military drills after the last one in early October.
Rodrigo Duterte continued a month-long anti-U.S. tirade by ruling out any further joint military exercises.