BBM project, binibilisan na

By Chona Yu February 09, 2023 - 06:11 PM


Tokyo, Japan—Binibilisan na ng pamahalaan ng Pilipinas ang ‘Build, Better, More’ infrastructure program.

Pahayag ito ni Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. sa roundtable meeting kasama ang top executives ng Japanese semi-conductor, electronics, at wiring harness companies sa Tokyo, Japan.

Ayon sa Pangulo, kaya binilisan ang BBM project para masuportahan ang economic activities sa mga susunod na araw.

“But we have in fact, actually accelerated it further and have made it a priority because we understand the importance of the infrastructure development, not only in terms of roads, imports, but even in the soft infrastructure that we need to have in place,” pahayag ng Pangulo.

Pangako ng Pangulo sa Japanese investors, tutugunan ng pamahalaan ang problema sa logistics.

“The logistics problems are also one of the areas that we will try to answer, specifically by having the infrastructure that can support the different activities —  economic activities — that you are proposing for the future,” pahayag ni Pangulong Marcos.

“Just like Japan, we want to strengthen and empower our small and medium-sized Enterprises so they can transform into true engines of growth. They are the heart of our communities. And most importantly, we intend to grow the position of the country as an industrial/service hub in the region through the establishment of anchor locators such as yourselves, who we hope will stimulate development to attract tier 1 to tier 3 suppliers,” dagdag ng Pangulo.

Ayon sa Pangulo, pinapakinggan niya ang hinaing ng mga negosyante.

“This will help us create an efficient and expansive supply chain. We have listened to your concerns and your issues, and we intend to respond to these challenges with a whole-of-government approach,” pahayag ng Pangulo.

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