Roman expressway to become Bataan business district

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Ms. Letty Enriquez, a former elementary grades teacher who is now based in Chicago, Illinois, USA is practically overjoyed with the enchanting growth of Roman Expressway into a thriving business district with a respectable number of big enterprises already functioning

She is expecting a healthy business atmosphere prevailing in the 55 kilometer Roman Expressway in comparison with the Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) traversing the five metropolitan cities of Caloocan, Quezon, Mandaluyong, Makati and Pasay which are classified as densely populated and over occupied with establishments.

The expansion of the province’s main thoroughfare into six-lane road network, installation of CCTV and street lighting facilities and other safety devices, creation of transport terminal, hotels and restaurants and other hale and hearty amenities would further persuade the entry of local and foreign investment communities.
Ms. Enriquez said the latest development, a valid indication of the implementation of valuable economic fundamentals along side the plans to augment infrastructure spending pushed Bataan to the top list of best provinces as investment center in Central Luzon.

The strategic location of the province in the vicinity of the two premier Freeport zones in the country, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and Clark Ecozone ,with profitable manufacturing plants operational in numerous industrial growth areas in Bataan are big factor which make the historic peninsula an ideal place for locators, Ms. Enriquez added.

The national government program of bringing the development to the countryside through the relocation of their industrial manufacturing firms is another locally beneficial upshot with Bataan having sufficient power, communication, depot and terminal facilities and technically and highly professional manpower.

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