Duterte, Chinese vice premier affirm PH-China ties

Duterte, Chinese vice premier affirm PH-China ties Chinese foreign officials presented a proposal that would create a P218 billion Mindanao Railway Project, one of the key projects that President Rodrigo Duterte has been asking for decades from national officials to create in Mindanao. NEDA-11 Regional …

Manila Bulletin

PH, China sign economic cooperation program

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/17 March) – The Philippines and China signed on Friday a six-year development program for trade and economic cooperation between the two countries in Davao City on Friday. National Economic Development Authority Director …

Minda News

Commercial or political?

The billions of dollars in investments and financial assistance hyped by the government as forthcoming after President Duterte’s visit to China last year may be real after all. The Philippines secured an unprecedented $24 billion in investment and


Neda: Infra projects to boost Mindanao econ | SunStar

AFTER the successful visit of Chinese diplomats in Davao Region, the regional office of the National Economic Development Authority (Neda) expressed optimism that all lined up proposed infrastructure projects will further improve the economic


PHL, China agree on strategies to boost tourism —DOT

Officials from the Philippines and China have agreed to hold a lineup of activities to boost the renewed tourism cooperation between the two countries. The Department of Tourism (DOT) said in a statement on Saturday that its officials led by Secretary

GMA News

PH, China sign papers on Vis-Min project studies

THE Philippines and China have signed agreements to conduct preliminary studies on two big-ticket infrastructure projects in the Visayas and Mindanao, the Department of Finance (DoF) said over the weekend. The projects are part of the “Six-Year …

The Manila Times

ASEAN-China tourism cooperation to boost linkages

THE Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China will have much to gain from strengthened cooperation in the tourism industry, a high-ranking Chinese official said on Thursday. As of January 2017, China accounted for 85,948 tourist arrivals …

BusinessWorld Online Edition

In Duterte’s Davao, China’s vice premier prioritizes deals over disputes

MANILA (Reuters) – Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang met Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s in his home city on Friday, becoming the most high-profile visitor from Beijing since two countries long at odds sought to chart a new course in relations.


PHL, China firm up strategies to boost tourism cooperation

In Photo: Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon T. Teo delivers a speech during the launch of the Asean-China Tourism Cooperation Year 2017. GOVERNMENT officials from the Philippines and China have firmed up strategies to help boost visitor arrivals and …

Business Mirror

PH, China seal more economic deals

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — The controversies on Benham Rise and South China Sea have been making headlines for days, but this didn’t stop China and the Philippines from strengthening economic ties during Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang’s …

CNN Philippines

Broad prospects of pragmatic cooperation for China, Philippines: Chinese vice premier

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte shakes hands with visiting Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang, in Davao City,the Philippines, on March 17, 2017. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali). MANILA, March 18 (Xinhua) — A senior Chinese official said on Saturday that …


Officials upbeat over Wang’s visit

DAVAO CITY—Officials here are optimistic the visit of Chinese 3rd Vice Premier Wang Yang will result in several infrastructure projects funded by the Chinese government. National Economic and Development Authority Region 11 Director Maria Lourdes Lim …

The Standard

‘Wang Yang’s visit to PH to further boost economic ties with China’

President Rodrigo Duterte meets Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang at the Presidential Guest House in Davao City. Also in the photo is Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua. (ACE MORANDANTE/Presidential Photo). MANILA — The head of …


Chinese vice premier ends Manila visit

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang has ended his visit in the Philippines to promote cooperation between Beijing and Manila to support Filipino small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Wang was in the Philippines from March 16 to 18 to launch China-ASEAN …

The Manila Times