By: Ramoncito S. Fernandez - @inquirerdotnet
Infrastructure is the framework that supports economic growth. When we put money into building and maintaining critical infrastructure assets, we create more jobs, improve overall productivity, promote a healthy and clean environment, and create wealth.
In the 2017 to 2018 global competitiveness report released by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum, the Philippines ranked 56th out of 136 economies. The report cited “inefficient government bureaucracy” and “inadequate supply of infrastructure” as the two most problematic factors for doing business.
By: Doris Dumlao-Abadilla - Philippine Daily Inquirer
Upscale property developer Rockwell Land Corp. is debuting in Laguna’s robust property market through a joint venture with the Yulo family that will develop a 63-hectare mixed-use project in Canlubang.
Rockwell disclosed to the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday that it had obtained clearance from antitrust agency Philippine Competition Commission to proceed with a joint venture with the Yulos’ Camelray Property Holdings.