Home » fdi

CRC to Co-Organize Forum on “Why Investors Don’t Invest in the Philippines”

By |August 17th, 2021|CRC Events, Economic Fora, News, Social Economics|

Join us on August 20, 2021 at 9:00AM-12:00PM in Session 7 of the Series of Economic Fora on Foreign Direct Investments and the Economic Amendments on the 1987 Constitution -- this time, directly addressing the question of “Why Investors Don't Invest in the Philippines.” In a deeply interconnected world, Foreign Direct Investments are ... continue reading

Policy Balance Would Help Philippine Small and Medium Enterprises Benefit from New Investments Arising from Constitutional Reforms — CRC President Daniel Rodrigo Reyes

By |June 21st, 2021|CRC Events, Economic Fora, Infrastructure and Industry, News, Series of Economic Fora, Social Economics, Trends, University News|

New Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) could greatly benefit Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) if policies are put in place to balance the influx of new players, asserted CRC President Daniel Rodrigo Reyes earlier this month at an event examining the constitutional reforms that have recently been proposed in the Philippine legislature. Mr Reyes gave the ... continue reading

VIDEO — CRC co-organizes forum on opening up the Philippine economy and its possible impacts on jobs and the labor sector

By |May 31st, 2021|CRC Events, Economic Fora, Infrastructure and Industry, Migration and Overseas Filipino Work, Series of Economic Fora, Trends, Webinars|

Ortigas, Pasig -- The Philippines' labor force has always been a vital driver of the country's economic successes. In the middle of the pandemic, how can the Philippines keep this sector on track? This was the topic last May 28, 2021 on Session 2 of the Economic Fora, entitled "Opening the Economy for Recovery: Impact ... continue reading

VIDEO — CRC hosts conversation on “Scaling Up the Philippine Agribusiness by Integrating Smallholder Farms” under its IGNITE AsiaPacific Discussion Series

By |April 7th, 2021|CRC Events, CRC Publications, Food and Agribusiness, Ignite AsiaPacific, IGNITE AsiaPacific Discussion Series, News, Social Economics, Trends, University News|

PASIG CITY -- The small size of #farmholdings in the Philippines has always been cited as a key structural reason why Philippine #Agribusiness has struggled over the decades. But if there was a way to integrate the outputs of these farms, the resulting synergies would bring about economic success without abandoning the social justice gains ... continue reading