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Invitation to Bid – Supply, Delivery, Installation and Testing of IT Equipment and Software

Invitation to Bid – Supply, Delivery, Installation and Testing of IT Equipment and Software

Invitation to Bid for the Supply, Delivery, Installation and Testing of IT Equipment and Software

AF Payments partners with FamilyMart for beep-card use expansion

AF Payments partners with FamilyMart for beep-card use expansion

AF Payments Inc. (AFPI), the consortium of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. and Ayala Corp. that provides contactless payment solutions in the Philippines through its integrated product and service offerings, has partnered with FamilyMart, the second-largest chain of 24-hour convenience stores in the world and the fastest-growing here in the country, for the expanded use of... continue reading

PSE issues PPP listing rules

PSE issues PPP listing rules

The Philippine Stock Exchange has issued the new listing and disclosure rules applicable to companies engaged in public-private partnership (PPP) projects, contributing to the government’s aspiration to usher in the “golden age of infrastructure.” The new framework is seen to open up an alternative funding opportunity for PPP companies to address the country’s backlog in... continue reading

Request for Quotations for the supply and delivery of ID Card Printer

Request for Quotations for the supply and delivery of ID Card Printer

Request for Quotation No.  2016-12-0072  

Bourse paves way for listing of PPP infrastructure ventures

Bourse paves way for listing of PPP infrastructure ventures

THE PHILIPPINE Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) has published supplemental listing and disclosure rules for public-private partnerships (PPPs) undertaking infrastructure projects worth at least P5 billion, easing the track record requirement that otherwise applies to those seeking to join the bourse’s Main Board. In a Dec. 8 memorandum, the bourse released the rules reflecting minor revisions... continue reading

PSE releases rules for PPP listing

PSE releases rules for PPP listing

MANILA – The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) has published the rules for listing of companies involved in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects. Under the PPP Listing and Disclosure Rules, the applicant company does not have to meet the required minimum three-year track record and operating history as long as it complies with the additional listing... continue reading

PSE releases rules for PPP listing

PSE releases rules for PPP listing

THE Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) has published the supplemental listing and disclosure rules applicable to a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) company following its receipt of the signed rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). “We are excited about this new product especially as government has committed to accelerate infrastructure spending. We hope that PPP... continue reading

Government readies list of big-ticket projects for AIIB funding

Government readies list of big-ticket projects for AIIB funding

THE GOVERNMENT is now drawing up an initial list of major projects to be submitted to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) following Philippine ratification last week of its membership in the China-led new regional lender, the Finance department said in a statement yesterday. The statement quoted National Treasurer Roberto B. Tan as saying that... continue reading

PH seeks AIIB mission for talks on project funding

PH seeks AIIB mission for talks on project funding

The Philippines may now request the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) for a mission to discuss the proposed list of projects financing after the Senate ratified the Articles of Agreement formalizing the country’s status as founding member of the China-led lender. National Treasurer Roberto Tan said the EDSA Bus Rapid Transit project and the Metro... continue reading

Metro Manila flood control, bus rapid transit projects eyed for AIIB financing

Metro Manila flood control, bus rapid transit projects eyed for AIIB financing

The Philippines is ‘looking at $300 million to $500 million for the initial year,’ as financial window that it can tap from the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank MANILA, Philippines – A flood control project and a bus rapid transit (BRT) system, both in Metro Manila, are the first two infrastructure deals to be presented... continue reading