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BW FILE PHOTOA recent poll among business leaders revealed that 52% of the respondents are still bearish about the Philippine business environment, expecting full recovery from the pandemic to take two more years to happen. This goes against expectations of international organizations like the World

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY – The Inter-American Development Bank‘s (IDB) board of directors on Monday began reviewing an independent report on whistleblower allegations that the bank‘s chief, Mauricio Claver-Carone, had an intimate relationship with a staffer and misused IDB funds, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.Latin America’s main development bank, which is headquartered in Washington, hired legal firm Davis Polk

STOCK PHOTO - Pixabay.comNEW YORK – France said on Monday that there would not be a better offer for Iran to revive a nuclear deal with world powers and it was up to Tehran to decide now with the EU coordinator for the talks saying he saw little chance of progress this week.Months of indirect talks

STOCK PHOTO | Image by DEZALB from PixabayEcuador has reached an agreement to restructure its debt with Chinese banks, the government said in a statement on Monday, providing debt relief worth some $1.4 billion until 2025.Ecuador‘s President Guillermo Lasso announced in February that he was looking to restructure the country’s debt and improve the conditions of long-term oil