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                    [ArticleID] => 1938642
                    [Title] => How drone photography helps promote the Philippines
                    [Summary] => Let’s face it, the Philippines is one of the most geographically diverse and ecologically beautiful countries in the world. 
                    [DatePublished] => 2019-07-28 00:00:00
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                    [SectionName] => Travel and Tourism
                    [SectionUrl] => travel-and-tourism
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                    [Title] => IMF to RP: Raise taxes to rein in budget deficit
                    [Summary] => The International Monetary Fund (IMF)  said yesterday the government would have to increase taxes and streamline its bureaucracy to control its ballooning budget deficit.
                    [DatePublished] => 2003-05-22 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 133272
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                    [Title] => IMF may defer visit to RP due to SARS
                    [Summary] => The International Monetary Fund (IMF) may postpone its post-program monitoring mission to the Philippines that was originally scheduled in May due to lingering fears over the uncontrolled spread of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) throughout Asia.


Sources told reporters that the IMF was "lukewarm" on the forthcoming mission, an annual review of the country’s overall economic performance headed by the new head of mission, Sean Nolan.
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Washington sources revealed over the weekend that the IMF has temporarily assigned Nolan to head the IMF’s Philippine mission until a permanent replacement has been found.
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IMF director for external relations Thomas Dawson said the Philippines managed to emerge from the 1997 financial crisis strong enough without IMF funding.
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IMF officials said the administration has to improve its tax collection so it can meet its P130-billion budget deficit target this year.

At the same time, they expressed hope that senators would break their stalemate soon so that legislation that could unlock billions of dollars in potential investments could be passed.
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