Philippines to follow Indonesia’s investment grade footsteps

The Philippines is expected to mimic Indonesia’s footsteps in securing investment grade in the next three to five years on strong economic prospects, said Western Asset Management.

  • 17 Feb 2012
Indonesia was historically deemed as a high risk country where during a risk-off environment, yields would be gapping higher as investors pullout from the country. This has changed amid the financial turmoil and the moment Indonesia obtained its investment grade-rating in December. The Philippines is predicted to follow ...

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