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27 September 2017 – The Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018, published today, sees the Philippines going up in global competitiveness rankings by 1 notch, from 57th in 2016 to 56th in 2017. However, the country has slid down the ASEAN rankings, now standing at the 7h out of 9 in the region, from 5th in 2016 (as
Myanmar has not been included in the Report since 2016). With this two-point drop in regional standing, the Philippines is now below Vietnam and Brunei Darussalam, which both made large strides in their respective competitiveness rankings

14 September 2017 – The Makati Business Club remains steadfast in its position that an impeachment process is a vital part of the country’s democratic system of checks and balances. However, we are deeply concerned over the unprecedented number of impeachment complaints lodged against high-ranking officials from the President, the Supreme Court Chief Justice, the Ombudsman and the COMELEC.

MANILA, 03 August 2017 – The Philippines-Singapore Business Council (PSBC), led by Chairman Guillermo Luchangco, welcomed the Singaporean business delegation, headed by Mr. Loh Chin Hua, Co-Chairman of the PSBC and Chairman of Keppel Corporation Limited. The conference highlighted bilateral trade opportunities between the two countries and presented the current investment climate in the Philippines. […]

5 September 2017 – The Makati Business Club celebrated its 35 years in the business of nation-building with an intimate dinner gathering of its Members and partners at the Fairmont Hotel, Makati City.   The Club used this occasion to present its support and added assistance to the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), represented […]