By Amy R. Remo
US-based iMedGlobal Corp., one of the fastest growing contract research firms globally, is investing $3 million—or roughly P132 million at the prevailing exchange rate—for the development of its Philippine healthcare information management operations, to serve as a “center of excellence” in the Asia Pacific region.
By Randell Tiongson
Question: I have been reading about the peso getting stronger and the BSP controlling the exchange rate. Why is the peso getting stronger and what are its effects? Why is the BSP controlling it? —Name withheld upon request, asked via e-mail
By Ronnel W. Domingo
THE PESO is expected to sustain its strong position throughout 2013, when it is seen breaching the 40:$1 level, according to DBS Group.
Dutch financial giant ING sees the peso remaining strong against the dollar in the next two years on the back of favorable macroeconomic fundamentals.
By Doris C. Dumlao
Dutch financial giant ING sees the peso remaining strong against the US dollar for the next two years on the back of favorable macroeconomic fundamentals.