Welcome to PHILIPPINES LAB 2019
PHILIPPINES LAB 2019 is the Philippines’ leading laboratory exhibition that highly focuses on scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for various industries, including medical and pharmaceutical, F&B, oil and gas, bioscience, and nano-science.
With the great demand for the development of scientific laboratory equipment and services in the Philippines, this event has been conceptualized to cater to these needs and demands by gathering the professionals and industry experts to showcase the latest scientific instruments and laboratory equipment, to build business networks, and to exchange industry information.
This exhibition also looks after the demands of the Philippines’ distributors and scientific dealers that are keen to take in new products to supply to the local market that acts as a support and conduit for their foreign principals.
Highlights Of The Event
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- Pharmaceutical Seminars
- Medical Technology Seminars
- International Healthcare Conference
- Dental Technology Seminars
Facts Of Philippines' Growing Market
- The Philippines’ economy expanded 5.8% in 2015 on the back of a robust service sector, yet easing marginally from 6.1% in 2014. The IMF expects the Philippines to be the fastest-expanding country among the five largest ASEAN economies in 2016.
- Inflation dropped to 1.4% in 2015 from 4.2% in 2014, and is expected to remain subdued in 2016, with the central bank keeping the policy rates unchanged in March 2016.
- The Philippine presidential elections are expected to provide a small stimulus to the economy, while the weak global economy continues to limit the upside for the country’s exports.
- Philippine exports dropped by 13.1% to US$ 43.3 billion in 2015, while imports also fell by 3.1% to US$64 billion during the same period.
- The Philippines first obtained its investment grade sovereign credit ratings in 2014 on the back of continued improvement in economic and fiscal positions.
- Hong Kong’s total exports to the Philippines grew by 7.9% to US$3,300 million in t 2015, while imports from the country increased by 10.3% to US$7,241 million.