Upgrading of public facilities attract investors to Balanga City


The improvement of infrastructure facilities in the province’s fastest-growing commercial and educational and government center of this component city should strengthen its topnotch urban planning structure with looming and sprawling commercial development.

Engineer Eduardo Tapan, a practicing geodetic engineer, is reportedly overwhelmed with the burgeoning advantages of the City’s attractiveness to leisure and commercial shopping investors despite the limited expansion of the vital road network and business connectivity agenda.

However, Engineer Tapan has calculated the highly-approachable plans and designs of City Mayor Francis Anthony S. Garcia of modernizing infrastructure facilities and underscoring the business registration process which are the effective systems for boosting the economic potentials of the largest component city in the Western Central Luzon area.

The high degree of urbanization of the City is driven by the establishment of shopping malls, fast foods, industrial and commercial firms and proposed construction of the technological park, a special economic zone, in the heart of this City, Engineer Tapan said.

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