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Gov. Abet welcomes prospective locators from China

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  • Zeny S.
  • 5 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The Provincial Government of Bataan headed by Governor Abet Garcia, welcomed prospective locators from Yunnan Construction and Investment Holdings Group Co. Ltd accompanied by the management of Grand Innovasia Concept Corporation (GICC) headed by its President, Ms. Xiaojing T. Lou and Manson Pan.

Atty. Joey Angeles, who now heads the Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Investment Center, which serves as the center hub for all PPP and Investment initiatives, gave a good presentation of the different projects of the province under PPP.

In his presentation, Atty. Angeles gave a bird’s eye view of these projects like the on-going PPP project at the Capitol compound, a project comprising a master plan of the proposed government center building and other proposed projects in the pipeline like the dialysis centers in district hospitals, lease old property for industrial investment, operation and management of the Mariveles hospital and the construction of the proposed Mariveles-Cavite bridge, where the Chinese investors are interested in.

Meanwhile, Yunnan Construction and Investment Holdings Group Co. Ltd, presented to the provincial government their company profile, financial capability and prominent projects they have completed in China and other countries.

Gov. Abet Garcia on his part said, that he’s impressed by the way the locators showed interests in the project but added that nothing’s final yet, since the Mariveles-Cavite bridge project proposal and ground works still need to be done by the Department of Public Works and Highways.

Yunnan Construction and Investment Holdings Co. Ltd, headed by Le Chen, Chai Jiunhong, Fan Shuang, Wei Hua and Zhu Guo Lang with the GICC group proceed to the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB) and were also briefed on the existing facilities, costs of doing business with PPP or joint venture agreements.

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