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Dr. Dante B. Canlas

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Secretary of Economic Planning an...


Employment History

  • Member, School of Economics
    University of the Philippines
  • Enrique Virata Professor of Economics
    University of the Philippines
  • Executive Director of Kazakhstan
    Bank Information Center

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
History of Pampanga Towns, 8 Oct 2011 [cached]
Doctor of Economics Dante B. Canlas, Secretary of Economic Planning and Development of Class 1963
Sun.Star Manila - Assessment of RP's economy highlights group's yearly confab, 7 Nov 2006 [cached]
On the first day, Zobel's keynote address will be followed by a plenary session on Growth, Development, and Institutions chaired by Dante Canlas of the University of the Philippines (UP) School of Economics.
Edited by Dante B. Canlas, ..., 1 Jan 2011 [cached]
Edited by Dante B. Canlas, Muhammad Ehsan Khan and Juzhong Zhuang
Dante Canlas is the Enrique Virata Professor of Economics at the University of the Philippines and Editor of 'The Philippine Review of Economics'. He is also the Chief Executive Officer for the Millennium Challenge Corporation's Philippine Program.guarantees, grants, and technical assistance.
Philippine GDP grows 3.8 percent through year to 3rd quarter [cached]
"The agricultural slump I think is something very temporary," Socio-economic Planning Secretary Dante Canlas told reporters."We didn't really expect it to be strong."
The government said it would be "very easy to meet" the lower end of its full-year growth target of 4.0 to 4.5 percent, with an expected recovery in the country's major crops likely to boost the economy in the fourth quarter.
Canlas said he was confident agriculture would recover -- barring more storms -- and would hit a 3.1 to 3.5 percent growth target for the year.
Gross national product, bloated every year by billions of dollars in remittances pouring in from Filipinos working overseas, rose 3.4 percent year-on-year in the third quarter versus a revised second-quarter figure of 5.0 percent.
But net factor income from abroad, which includes remittances, shrank 2.7 percent in July to September after 8.4 percent growth in the second quarter.
Canlas said the decline was due to higher interest payments by the government and private sector on foreign debt.
Strong growth of 4.1 percent in personal consumption compensated for the 0.8 percent contraction in government consumption in the third quarter as the state clamped down on excess expenditure to reign in its fiscal deficit.
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