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S&P, Fitch, Moody’s, IMF and World Bank all give the
Philippines high marks for 2013 and forecast the Philippines to continue to do well in 2014.


Standard & Poor: The Philippines' economy appears stable, which bodes well for the republic over the next several years. S&P’s upgrade from BB+ to BBB- means that S&P now considers the country and its debt to be “investment” grade.
Fitch: also upgraded the country from a non-investment grade to the all-important “investment” grade of BBB-.
Moody’s: Projected a positive outlook for the Philippines. The country will outperform its neighbors in Asia and it will be among the world’s fastest growing economies in 2014.
Heritage Foundation: The Philippines has shown consistent score improvement in the index (of economic freedom) for a number of years reflecting notable improvements in investment freedom, business freedom, monetary freedom, and the control of government spending.
World Bank: The Philippines is among the 10 top economies in enhancing the business environment in the past year. It is now the region's newest economic darling. At 6.6 percent, the Filipino economy's current GDP growth rate is the second highest in Asia, behind only China's. That growth is projected to continue over the next few years.
The IMF: Raised its economic outlook for the Philippines, even as it cut its 2013 and 2014 growth forecasts for China, Taiwan, India, South Korea and Singapore.
WSJ: The Philippine economy grew at its fastest pace in nearly three years in the first quarter of 2014, surprising economists and outpacing its larger neighbors in Asia.
The Economist Corporate Network. The Philippines has one of the highest growth rates in the region, with low and stable inflation, as well as healthy government finances and positive trade balances.
Centre for Economics and Business Research “We forecast that the Philippines will rise gradually from 42nd position in 2012 to 28th in 2028”.
Shanghai Morning Post. The Philippines - "Best Tropical Island Destination".
Rough Guides: Philippines - one of the TOP 10 destinations for 2014.

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  7. Customer Service
  8. Bio Medical Equipment / Facilities improvement
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  10. Innovations in Healthcare IT (New)
  11. Community Hospital Improvement (New)
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