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THE WORST is over for the pandemic-hit Philippine economy, and a “remarkable rebound” is expected this year, the central bank chief said on Tuesday, adding that the current accommodative monetary stance is sufficient for a revival in growth. At the same time, Moody’s Investors Service raised

The House of Representatives is seeking to ease economic restrictions of the 1987 Constitution for ratification at a plebiscite that will coincide with the 2022 national elections. — PHILIPPINE STAR/MICHAEL VARCAS FINANCE Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III said he is open to amending the restrictive economic