BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The widespread pursuit of improving the province’s industrial and commercial entrepreneurial characteristic is considered the result of a significant framework which provides greater opportunities for the young graduates to choose local employments instead of applying for competitive job prospects outside of the province.
Ms. Jesusa Marie Yandoc, a computer science graduating student of the Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) here, has expressed her willingness to work in the province with the proposed legislative agenda of Representative Jose Enrique S. Garcia III of creating special ecozones under the auspice of the Authority of Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB) in the historic peninsula.
She has anticipated that more local and foreign capitalists would invest in the production of high quality-export products and commercial establishments in the designated special economic zones in the eleven municipalities and this City with increasing marketing demands.
Ms. Yandoc, the only child, whose mother is currently employed at Capitol Security and Intelligence Unit (CSIU) ,has expressed his enthusiasm of the momentous industrial and commercial progress of Bataan as envisioned by the father of the country’s petrochemical industry, the late 2nd District Representative and Governor Enrique T. Garcia,Jr.
As a consistent beneficiary of Iskolar ng Bataan scholarship program,” which was the foremost legacy of the late Governor Garcia, who had articulated the long range remarkable socio-economic blueprint which is the offshoot of high investment portfolio that is indicative of Bataan’s constructive economic agenda with the existing seven progressive economic and industrial zones, Ms. Yandoc explained.
The successful cohesive development plans and implementation of meaningful reforms, Ms. Yandoc has firmly analyzed as two of the principal reasons why the province’s economic perception remains promising amidst strong competition from nearby ecozones and freeports in Central Luzon.