Economic development in the Philippines has been slow to take off after a prolonged and painful economic crisis.
But now the government is preparing to make things easier for people and businesses to get started again.
The Economic Development and Labor Definition (EDL) Bill will make it easier for companies to start business, and will give incentives to start businesses.
It will also set up a working group to assess the economic situation of each state and give guidance on how to best support the economy in the future.
The bill will also provide financial assistance to businesses in the event of a downturn, and provide incentives for the creation of new businesses.
The EDL Bill is expected to be signed into law by President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday.
The EDL is expected by the Philippine government to help more than 1.3 million Filipinos get their first jobs.
The bill has also been endorsed by the President of the Philippines, who has promised that the country will soon have “jobs for everyone”.
The bill has been met with opposition from businesses in several states.
Some of the states have been pushing for the EDL bill to be shelved for some time, while others say it is necessary to boost the economy.
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been pushing the EDT Bill for months, and the Philippine Chamber, in a statement on Monday, said that the bill would create more job opportunities for Filipinos.
The Chamber also said the bill will allow the government to reduce the minimum wage, which is currently pegged at P300 a month for Filipino workers, from P1,000 a month.