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6 companies eye $10-B Sangley Airport expansion project

Oct 30, 2019 - 9:41 AM

(UPDATED) Groundbreaking is set for January 15, 2020, and 'the first runway will be completed in 3 years,' says Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla

EXPANSION. Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla named 5 major local companies and one Chinese company that have expressed interest in the expansion of Sangley Airport. Photo by Adrian Portugal/Rappler

Duterte meets with chief of U.S. Pacific Command

Aug 23, 2017 - 7:12 PM

On the same day Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte receives officers of the China Communications Construction Company

PACOM CHIEF. President Rodrigo Duterte meets with Admiral Harry Harris Jr, commander of the US Pacific Command, who paid a courtesy call on the President in Malacañang on August 23, 2017. Malacañang photo

PH contractors eye up to $100-B infra deals with Chinese firms

Dec 07, 2016 - 8:30 PM

A local design consultancy firm says it partnered with China Communications Construction Company Limited to cash in on President Rodrigo Duterte s foreign policy direction

STRONGER COLLABORATION. Representatives of China Communications Construction Company Limited (CCCC) sign MOU with two local contractors. Photo by Chrisee De La Paz/Rappler

Dominguez: Questionable firms banned from PH infra auctions

Nov 02, 2016 - 8:50 PM

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the Philippines will ask China to designate and accredit Chinese companies which can bid for infrastructure projects

PROPER BIDDING. '[T]hese projects will be bid out and of course, if a company is not acceptable in the international field, they will not be able to bid for the project,' Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III. Photo by King Rodriguez/Presidential Photo

Palace: No 'commitments' made to shady Chinese companies

Oct 28, 2016 - 4:55 PM

The MOUs with Chinese companies one of them banned by the World Bank are still subject to public hearings and necessary processes says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella

DEALS IN CHINA. A Duterte baller is auctioned off at an event of the Philippine-China Business Delegation at the Grand Beijing Hotel in Beijing, China on October 20. Photo by KING RODRIGUEZ/Presidential Photo

'Shady track records' hound PH-China infra firms

Oct 26, 2016 - 8:05 PM

UPDATED But the Bases Conversion Development Authority BCDA clarifies that the memoranda signed with these Chinese companies are only meant for feasibility studies

MURKY DETAILS. A Philippine senator, lawmaker, and a group of former senior government officials (FSGO) have raised concerns over the Chinese firms designated to spearhead the new projects as well as the processes these deals. Traffic photo by Joel Liporada/Rappler