Int’l tourism industry leaders tour Clark, New Clark City

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and its subsidiary, the Clark Development Corp. (CDC), hosted on April 23 an international delegation of travel industry leaders from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the global body representing the travel and tourism private sector and its industries, in an investment tour of New Clark City continue reading : Int’l tourism industry leaders tour Clark, New Clark City

SCAD-led RCEP webinar reaffirms strong call for PH participation

As the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Agreement is pending Senate concurrence, the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD), in collaboration with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), has highlighted anew its strong call for the agreement’s immediate approval to usher in bigger economic benefits and allow multiple sectors of  our economy, including small businesses, continue reading : SCAD-led RCEP webinar reaffirms strong call for PH participation

Sec. Tugade: No stopping North-South railway completion

There is no stopping the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Philippine National Railways (PNR) from making progress on the massive North-South Commuter Railway (NSCR) Project to deliver convenience and comfort to the Filipino people, despite the impending transition of administration in three months. This was the pledge of DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade in a continue reading : Sec. Tugade: No stopping North-South railway completion

AFAB partners with SCAD Council

The Authority of Freeport Area of Bataan (represented by AFAB Chairman and Administrator Emmanuel Pineda on Monday, October 14, 2019, signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (represented by SCAD Vice-Chairperson Atty. Wilma T. Eisma) to formalize the partnership of SCAD and AFAB for the integration and interconnection of the continue reading : AFAB partners with SCAD Council

CL water crisis by 2025: From scattered initiatives to a budding national movement

Metro Manila exceeded itself again in being a region of queues. It was not just the ridiculous traffic or the perennial breakdowns of the rail. Residents found themselves in the middle of an entirely different horror story.  Armed with their plastic pails, men and women, young and old alike waited in long lines to get continue reading : CL water crisis by 2025: From scattered initiatives to a budding national movement