Philippine Growth Quickens Less Than Estimated; Peso FallsBy and
Government forecasts 6.9% growth in 4th quarter, 6% for 2015
Third-quarter government spending jumps 17.4% from year ago
Philippine economic growth accelerated less than analysts estimated last quarter, underscoring the external risks that policy makers are guarding against even as spending by households and the government climb. The peso fell.
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