Corruption-free PH to Attract More FDI

Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows in the country have the potential to grow five-fold with absence of corruption in the ground, former president European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) Michael Raueber said. Related Articles:Infra Still Weakest Link to Philippine Competitiveness – ECCPDOE Forecasts Tight Power Supply in the Visayas GridFDI Inflows Reach $1B […]
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DOE Forecasts Tight Power Supply in the Visayas Grid

In the next two to four years, Visayas grid on its own will still be problematic when it comes to its need for capacity additions, according to the Department of Energy (DOE). Related Articles:PHINMA Energy and DOE Ink Solar Energy Service ContractPilipinas Shell Seeks Partners for LNG ProjectCorruption-free PH to Attract More FDIInfra Still Weakest […]
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Infra Still Weakest Link to Philippine Competitiveness – ECCP

Manila, Philippines – The current state of infrastructure in the Philippines remains the country‚Äôs Achilles heel in achieving overall competitiveness, the largest European business group in the country said, as it called for new measures to improve the local infrastructure framework. Related Articles:Corruption-free PH to Attract More FDIPhilippine Economy Grew 6% in 3QBanks to Deploy […]
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