PH prepays foreign debts worth $735-M

August 2012
Filipino Reporter;8/31/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 39, p14
The article reports on the move by the Philippines to prepay foreign liabilities worth 735 million U.S. dollars during the first half of 2012 in which 98.7% has been shouldered by the private sector.


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