A perfect storm
The Philippine Star|October 01, 2021
Only 53 economies – the world’s biggest economies – were included in the survey.
A perfect storm

The Philippines should be proud that it was included in the list drawn up by Bloomberg – except for the fact that the country was ranked as the worst place to be among the 53 economies amid the COVID pandemic.

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