Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines – The European Union Delegation, led by Ambassador Luc Véron, recently visited the Clark Freeport Zone for their Business Mission to the Philippines. The event, held at the Quest Plus Conference Center, was spearheaded by the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD) and its Executive Director, Atty. Carminda Fabros.
Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD) and Clark Development Corporation (CDC) Chairman Atty. Edgardo D. Pamintuan welcomed the delegation, which consisted of ambassadors from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, and Sweden.
CDC Vice President for Engineering Services Group Jose Miguel Dela Rosa presented Clark as a preferred destination for business, tourism, and MICE activities and highlighted the various European companies that have invested in the Clark Freeport Zone. He also showcased the world-class facilities and services available in Clark.
Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) Officer-in-Charge Darwin L. Cunanan also presented the world-class Clark International Airport to the delegation. The airport is one of the key assets of Clark, which is known for its accessibility, security, and efficiency.
The visit of the European Union Delegation to the Clark Freeport Zone marks an essential step in the further strengthening of the relationship between the EU and the Philippines. The Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD) and the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) are committed to creating a brighter future for the region and promoting economic growth and development.