The Philippines has a business-friendly economy that allows 100% foreign ownership in almost any sector of investment. The country’s economic growth has not shown any signs of slowing down especially with the continuous growth of the Outsourcing & Offshoring industry. Government corporations are being privatized and deregulation of banking, shipping, power and other industries are helping to maintain the economy’s stability and to ensure its future growth

For more information about the latest economic indicators and trends in the Philippine economy:

DTI Philippine Business Reports

Business Report – May 2012 File Size: 474 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – April 2012 File Size: 970 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – March 2012 File Size: 864 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – February 2012 File Size: 794 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – January 2012 File Size: 755 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – March 2011 File Size: 1,100 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – February 2011 File Size: 958 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – January 2011 File Size: 983 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – December 2010 File Size: 1,009 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – November 2010 File Size: 951 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – October 2010 File Size: 2,778 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – September 2010 File Size: 827 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – August 2010 File Size: 1,379 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – July 2010 File Size: 689 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – June 2010 File Size: 5,450 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – May 2010 File Size: 3,972 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – April 2010 File Size: 3,047 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – March 2010 File Size: 956 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – February 2010 File Size: 987 Kb Format: PDF
Business Report – January 2010 File Size: 658 Kb Format: PDF