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Clark airport joins business mission in Tokyo

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The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), led by its Executive Vice President Dr. Yuri Sato pose with Clark International Airport Corp. and Corporate Management.


Clark airport joins business mission in Tokyo
Executive Vice President Dr. Yuri Sato (seated, 5th from left) pose with Clark International Airport Corp. Jepri Miranda, AVP for Legal Governance and Corporate Social Services (standing, 5th and 6th from left) with Sec. Raul Lambino (seated, 4th from left), Atty. Wilma Eisma (seated, 3rd from right), Chairperson and Administrator of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), and Linda Pamintuan (seated, 3rd from left)


(CIAC) officials headed by Engr. Darwin Cunanan, AVP for Strategic Development and Corporate Management, who also presented to the group updates in the development of Clark airport, and Atty. Jepri Miranda, AVP for Legal Governance and Corporate Social Services, along with Sec. Raul Lambino , administrator and CEO of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) and concurrent head of the Philippine Team of the Philippines Investment Promotion Plan (PIPP) of the Board of Investments (BOI), and other JETRO and PIPP representatives during the opening ceremonies of the four-day PIPP-BOI investment roadshow in Tokyo, Japan from October 1 to 4.

Also in photo are Atty. Wilma Eisma, Chairperson and Administrator of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), and Linda Pamintuan, Executive Director of the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (SCAD).

The annual PIPP-BOI investment promotion campaign aims to promote investment opportunities in the Philippines to specific targeted markets worldwide. CIAC officials are expected to meet with representatives of various airlines and aviation-related firms during the roadshow. Clark airport at present has 132 international and 90 domestic flights weekly. CIAC is currently in negotiations with JetStar Airways for the operation of Clark-Japan flights.


Source: iorbitnews.com

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