Awarding of foreign-backed transpo projects

Undersecretary for Administration and Finance Garry V. de Guzman (left) formalizes the Department of Transportation’s collaboration with the “Mission: PHL” Envoys&Expats Awards of the BusinessMirror  (Transportation Infrastructure category), through the signing of a memorandum of agreement with the broadsheet’s Editor in Chief Jun B. Vallecera.

De Guzman lauded the program and said, “It is a good initiative to recognize embassies and aid agencies, especially those who grant us loans at very reasonable interest rates for projects with assured quality and great benefit to our people.”

Mission: PHL will hold its awarding ceremonies in November 2018.



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