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Families enjoy taking photos in Luneta Park, Manila, Nov. 28. The government expects the Philippine economy to grow by 6.5-7.5% this year. — PHILIPPINE STAR/ MIGUEL DE GUZMANS&P GLOBAL RATINGS revised its Philippine economic growth forecast upwards to 7.1% this year, but sees slower growth

Wholesale prices of goods continued to rise in September. — PHILIPPINE STAR/ WALTER BOLLOZOSWHOLESALE PRICES of general goods picked up in September, reflecting possible second-round effects from inflation, and the peso depreciation against the US dollar.Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed the general