Metro Manila taggeds as one of the most crowded cities in the Philippines due to the growing number of the different infrastructures, establishment, residential areas and the different Government Agencies.
The President’s week-long visit in the Middle East, he witnessed the signing of over US$925 million worth of investment deals coming from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatari businessmen. The total investments are expected to generate over 26,000 jobs for Filipinos.
The Philippines joined the other 33 countries during the Asia Urban Youth Assembly (AUYUA) in Melaka, Malaysia last March 26, 2017 with the theme “Youth Roles Towards New Urban Agenda-Taking Action for Innovative Socially Minded, Green Cities.”
Ayala Corporation’s infrastructure group and Asia’s Emerging Dragon Corporation (AEDC) along with other local and international firms attended the pre-qualification conference on President Rodrigo Duterte’s first public-private partnership (PPP) venture in Mandaluyong City on March 13.
Local officials in mining areas throughout Caraga region have expressed hostility towards the Department of Environment (DENR) Secretary and long time environmental activist Regina “Gina” Lopez’s appointment.
Philippine Ambassador to Germany Melita Sta. Maria Thomeczek and former Philippine Ambassador Jose Abeto Zaide mets mission head Dr. Andreas Klippe of Diplomatic Council Nation Philippines to talk about the country’s probability when it comes to German ventures and investments.