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Presented by Secretary Rogelio L. Singson, Department of Public Works and Highways. DPWH Infrastructure Philippines 2010 Summit Presentation

Speech of President Aquino during the PPP conference, Infrastructure Philippines 2010

Speech of President Aquino during the PPP conference, Infrastructure Philippines 2010

SPEECH of His Excellency BENIGNO S. AQUINO III President of the Philippines During the Opening of Infrastructure Philippines 2010: Investing andFinancing in Public-Private Projects [Marriot Hotel, Manila, November 18, 2010] Ladies and gentlemen, my fellow workers in government, investors, good morning. Just a year ago, a gathering like this would have been impossible. Confidence in... continue reading

Econ Managers: Government to introduce revitalized PPP Framework

Econ Managers: Government to introduce revitalized PPP Framework

SOURCE: DOF Website The Philippine government in cooperation with its partners in the private sector will be holding Infrastructure Philippines from November 17 to 19, 2010. The milestone conference will examine investment opportunities, profiles of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the Philippines, as well as policy, regulatory, and legal concerns in developing the infrastructure sector... continue reading

“Aquino admin can surpass Arroyo’s infrastructure achievement”

“Aquino admin can surpass Arroyo’s infrastructure achievement”

Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima has boldly predicted that the Aquino administration will surpass “by a mile”  the achievements of the Arroyo administration in terms of infrastructure development. Purisima made the statement during a briefing on the forthcoming public-private partnership (PPP) projects summit, when asked whether the PPP framework, to be unveiled at the summit, would boost the... continue reading

Aquino issues EO 8 creating Public-Private Partnership Center

Aquino issues EO 8 creating Public-Private Partnership Center

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang has transferred the Build-Operate-Transfer Center under the helm of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) in a bid to hasten the implementation of public-private partnership programs. The center, which was named Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines under the newly-issued Executive Order No. 8, aims to accelerate the financing, construction... continue reading

Philippines Moves On Infrastructure

Philippines Moves On Infrastructure

The Philippines government will offer 33 infrastructure projects for public-private partnership (PPP) in a road show next month. A source from the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said the indicative cost for the 33 projects would hit P314.34 billion. The documents from the NEDA showed that projects under the Department of Transportation and Communications... continue reading

Public-Private Partnership advantageous in good governance strategy – Estanislao

Public-Private Partnership advantageous in good governance strategy – Estanislao

MANILA, Philippines – Public-private partnership (PPP) has proven its advantage in executing a strategy that would lead to good governance, former Finance Secretary and Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) chairman Jesus Estanislao said. He said with investors restoring their confidence in the country, local government units (LGUs) can pursue their goals without being restricted financially.... continue reading