President Marcos' first 100 days | The Exchange

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First impressions are lasting, and the first 100 days of a president sets the tone of his leadership. Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. is seeking to steer the country toward economic recovery post COVID-19. But it has so far been a rough ride with a weak peso, rising inflation, and tight food supply. How is the government responding to these hurdles?

And early on in the Marcos presidency, investors and the international community were on a wait-and-see mode. Are they now ready to do business with the Philippines?

Is the private sector ready to take a more active role in nation-building? As our kababayans grapple with the rising cost of living, what lies beyond the first 100 days? The vision of the President’s so-called economic transformation in our C-Suite Vision.

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