With robust domestic demand and investment, low inflation and larger inward remittances, as well as prudent debt management and better governance, the Philippines’ economic prospects are bright. The landscape however, is changing. A single-market ASEAN Economic Community, planned from 2015, will gradually liberalise trade and services, integrate capital markets, and facilitate intra-regional mobility. What will this mean for the Philippines?

The first Financial Times–First Metro Philippines Investment Summit will gather senior policy-makers, financiers, economists and business leaders to discuss the policy and strategic initiatives required for the Philippines to prepare for – and take full advantage of – ASEAN integration.

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Financial Times – First Metro Philippines Investment Summit