L’economia mondiale nel 2050

Secondo in recente rapporto PWC, basato su dati FMI ed elaborazioni interne, il potere nel mondo sta per cambiare.

Cina e India supereranno gli Stati Uniti. L’Europa perderà peso in modo molto consistente.

Le 7 migliori economie emergenti (E7) doppieranno le sette economie più industrializzate (G7). E pensare che solo 20 anni fa valevano la metà, oggi quasi si equivalgono.

Le Filippine in particolare, sono attese essere fra le tre migliori economie emergenti del mondo.

Qualsiasi piano di sviluppo dovrebbe considerare questa tendenza.

Helyos Partners ha sede ed opera a Manila, Filippine, nel cuore dei nuovi mercati emergenti.

Per informazioni e partnership, clicca qui.

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World economies in 2050

According to a recent PWC report, based on IMF data and in-house projections, World power is going to change.

Any business development plan shall consider this trend.

China & India will overtake USA. Europe will consistently lose weight.

Emerging Economies E7 will double G7 Economies. Philippines is expected to be among the best three emerging markets.

Helyos Partners is based and operates in the “heart” of new emerging markets, Metro Manila, Philippines. Contact us for information and partnerships.

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Helyos Parters: our vision, our mission, our job.

Helyos was the God of Sun for the ancient Greeks.

We move every day experiences and real transactions from east, where the sun rises, to west, where the sun sets, and vice versa… To start again, every day, a new successful time operating our business. This is our vision.

We aim to add a real value to Investors, Partners and Clients with an effective and goal oriented activity of advisory and management.

Our core businesses are real estate investment, property assets management and yields generation from properties. This is our mission.

After twenty years in the real estate and financial services industries in Asia and Europe, the founding Partners established their business in Metro Manila, Philippines, in 2015.

We find out the best real estate investments and we directly operate a comprehensive set of related services. We aim to make sure that our Partners and Investors are satisfied about their choice and that they achieve pre-set expected results, and to give to our Clients an excellent customer experience. This is our job.

Helyos Partners and Helyos Hospitality are business names of HPGF Enterprises.

Our administrative office is in Taguig City, marketing and operations are located in Makati City and a satellite representation office is in Rome Area, Italy.

Contact us for information and to talk about business.

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Philippines among the best performer in the East Asia & Pacific region in the next 3 years

The World Bank just released the new Global Economic Prospects in East Asia and the Pacific (and Global as well).

Philippines’ forecast is for a stable average 7% GDP growth from 2017 to 2019, well sustained by a strong internal consumption demand, and probably increasing thanks to the on going infrastructural development plans.

Philippines are attracting an increasing number of investors even from the South East Asian area (about Singapore: The Philippines is set to see even more investment from Singapore ). 

Mailto helyospartners@gmail.com for any further information about business development and real estate investments in this area.

http://www.worldbank.org/en/region/eap/brief/global-economic-prospects-east-asia-pacific

Philippines best GDP growth performance in Asia at 3Q 2016, more than China: +7.1% 

Experts got surprised. Probably also because such a result was achieved after the new leadership’s first quarter of the “discussed” President Rodrigo Duterte. 

The Philippines’ 7.1% GDP growth at 3rd quarter 2016 is the best performance in Asia. 

Even better than China.

Mail to helyospartners@gmail.com for further information and for a serious, independent advisory about business development opportunities on site.

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New confirmations about Philippines is moving on opening to foreigners

Philippine’s new President is moving on according to his announcements before election. 

Catch the opportunity to expand in South East Asia, to one the most active economies and strategically located in the area.

http://business.inquirer.net/218596/govt-vows-lure-foreign-investors

Mail to mmanagement@helyospartners.com for further information 

Very positive report about the Philippines from IMF Executive Board on October 2016

On September 14, 2016, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation with the Philippines.

The Philippine economy has continued to perform strongly. Real GDP regained strength from a slowdown in mid­2015 to record a robust 5.9 percent growth rate in 2015 and 6.9 percent in the first half of 2016. Both consumption and investment grew rapidly, while net exports were held back by weak external demand. Job creation was also strong, with the unemployment rate declining to 6.3 percent in 2015 and 6.0 percent in the first half of 2016. Inflation has remained moderate, falling below the BSP’s target band (3±1 percent) in 2015 and the first seven months of 2016 due to lower commodity prices. The external and fiscal position remained robust in 2015, with a current account surplus of 2.9 percent of GDP, gross international reserves of US$81 billion (or 11 months of imports of goods and services), a national government fiscal deficit of 1.4 percent of GDP, and general government debt at 35 percent of GDP.

IMF Executive Board about the Philippines October 2016