There is now a growing clamor from both the Duterte administration and the business community for a constitutional convention to propose amendments to the 1987 Constitution to allow a shift from a unitary to a federal system of government.
BUSINESS LEADERS were, on the whole, satisfied to hear the plans of President Rodrigo R. Duterte in his first State of the Nation Address (SONA), calling it “music” to their ears even as the country’s new head of state tended to stray from a prepared speech when he dealt with the war on drugs.
THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY expects to hear concrete plans from President Rodrigo R. Duterte as he delivers his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) this afternoon, especially on how he intends to improve key sectors of development in order to build on the economic gains of his predecessor. Palace spokesmen last week said the SONA would be “extremely optimistic but... very poignant”, outline “action plans
PHILIPPINE business leaders are expecting a business-as-usual reception at the 13th China-ASEAN Business and Investments Summit (CABIS) in September.
Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) President George T. Barcelon said that business relations will endure after an arbitration court in The Hague ruled in favor of the Philippines in its territorial dispute with China.
NANAWAGAN ang Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry sa mga mangangalakal na Filipinong sumama sa delegasyong makikiisa sa 13th China-ASEAN Business and Investments Summit (CABIS) sa ika-13 hanggang ika-14 ng Setyembre sa Guangxi Province.
EFFORTS are under way to boost Philippine-China relations past their territorial row over an area in the South China Sea.
Press statements issued yesterday by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and China’s embassy in the Philippines bared such efforts in the fields of trade and investments, as well as peace and order.