Mga negosyante, sabik na pumasok sa Gitnang Luzon

  • April 16, 2017
  • Jean Ricelle A. Aquino

CLARK FREEPORT ZONE, Abril 16 (PIA) -- Maraming negosyante ang nasasabik nang pumasok sa Gitnang Luzon dahil ito ang rehiyon na may pinakamabilis na paglago sa bansa, kasunod ng ika-11 rehiyon,

 

Sa katatapos na third leg ng Clark Development Stakeholders’ Roadshow, inilahad ni Bases Conversion and Development Authority o BCDA President and Chief Executive Officer Vivencio Dizon na sa kasalukuyan, ang Region 3 ay mayroong 9 porsyento na GDP o Gross Domestic Product growth, na mas mataas ng dalawang porsiyento sa national average GDP growth na 7 porsyento.

 

Ang mga investors aniya mula Japan, China at maging sa European Union ay nasasabik nang pumasok sa Gitnang Luzon dahil nakikita nila na handa ang gobyerno na magbuhos ng malaking pera sa pagpapagawa ng mga interconnectivity infrastructure na kailangan ng mga negosyante upang lumago ang kanilang mga puhunan.

 

Sa unang budget nito, ang administrasyon ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte  ay naglaan ng halos 800 bilyong piso para sa imprastuktura.

 

Ipinaliwanag din niya na ang mga negosyante ay handang mamuhanan kung saan sila mayroong nakikitang imprastrukturang ipinapatayo at ipatatayo pa lamang.

 

Ang mas maraming imprastruktura aniya ay magiging hudyat ng mas mabilis na GDP growth para sa rehiyon, na magbubunga ng mas maraming trabaho, investments, teknolohiya at innovation. (CLJD/JRAA-PIA 3)


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