Dr. Cid L. Terosa has been chosen by CHED to be a member of a technical panel of experts for its new grant-in-aid program.
The School of Economics was recently awarded two projects by the National Economic and Development Authority.
Following a strong showing in the 3rd quarter of 2016, UA&P School of Economics Dean Dr. Cid Terosa predicts full-year growth in the 6.5%
The programs have satisfactorily met the standards and fulfilled all the requirements of PACUCOA.
Businessmen and economists were impressed by the President’s plans to grow the economy.
Philippine exporters should brace for greater product scrutiny and higher costs when exporting to China in the next few months.
Experts from UA&P and research partner First Metro Investment Corp. (FMIC) expect the Philippine economy to grow by at least 6.5 percent this year
The Philippine economy can easily grow close to 7 percent this year despite the change in government and the uncertainty this brings, with domestic drivers
China’s reclamation activities across disputed islands in the West Philippine Sea have cost about $300 million in terms of environmental damage, Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia,
The Business Economics Club (BEC) will hold its 2016 Midyear Business Economics Briefing entitled “An Economic Agenda for the Next Administration” at the Li