Rebuilding the economy: A challenge for the next administration | The Exchange

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Your business is our business. Join our senior anchor Rico Hizon on The Exchange.

• Tens of millions of Filipinos seeking better living conditions are making their vote count on election day — a crucial turning point for the economy battered by a series of crises.

• It’s a winner-take-all for the new president in a challenging way: a national debt that has reached nearly ₱12.7 trillion, calls for higher minimum wage, keeping the health care system resilient against the pandemic, while emerging from a political exercise that has polarized the nation again

• Investors are observing on the sidelines, waiting for signs that it is safe to park their funds in the country while micro, small, and medium enterprises which are the backbone of economy seek more support to improve productivity. The numerous possibilities for small-scale businesses in our C-Suite Vision