Think tank sees investors welcoming Robredo takeover

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Vice President Leni Robredo would be welcomed by foreign investors as a replacement to President Rodrigo Duterte’s “authoritarian tendencies” if he dies or is incapacitated for health reasons, and they would likely pour in more investments into the country, according to a London-based think tank.

The President has been dogged by rumors of poor health since he took office in 2016 and speculation over his health continued after Malacaang’s announcement last week that he would be working from home to get some rest, Capital Economics senior Asia economist Gareth Leather said in a Nov. 15 report on “health worries” about Mr. Duterte.

“We don’t know much about what Ms Robredo’s economic …

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