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14 EU envoys tour Clark and Subic on business mission

Some 14 European ambassadors led by Ambassador Luc Véron of the European Union Delegation visited Clark Freeport and Subic Bay Freeport Zone for their Business Mission to the Philippines.

The event was spearheaded by the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD) headed by its Executive Director Carminda Fabros and attended by ambassadors from Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain and Sweden.

Clark Development Corporation (CDC) chair Edgardo Pamintuan welcomed the delegation together with CDC directors Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno and Maricris Ang-Carlos during a program held at the Quest Plus Conference Center-Clark.

“We hope that there will be more investors from the European Union,” he said.

“We shall continue to cultivate our relationship with foreign communities to help us build a healthy business environment that protects and prioritizes the well-being of all stakeholders not only in Clark, but in the Subic-Clark-Tarlac corridor,” Pamintuan said.

CDC vice president for engineering services group Jose Miguel Dela Rosa represented CDC president and CEO Agnes Devanadera to present the Clark Freeport Zone to the ambassadors.

He discussed how Clark is positioned as a preferred business, tourism, and MICE destination to become a catalyst of growth and nation building.