The 2nd Global Forum on Infrastructure Investment is a leading private C-level meeting which serves as an exclusive networking platform.
Supported by the largest names in infrastructure investment, 2GFII once again welcomes institutional investors, fund managers, asset managers, banks, Government representatives and advisers representing Americas, Asia, Europe and Australia to establish partnerships for future projects.
2GFII brings together over 200 key infrastructure players in the public and private sectors for a dialogue on how infrastructure investment in the Philippines can further spur the nation’s economic growth.
Even as the government operated on a reenacted budget at the start of the year, the amount spent on infrastructure still rose by over a fourth at end-February to P118.4 billion as it settled payables for finished projects.
The national government wants to widen its engagement with local government units (LGUs) to fast-track the rollout of more infrastructure projects under the “Build, Build, Build” program.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) vows to fast-track the implementation of its infrastructure projects to cushion the impact of the delay on the passage of the 2019 national budget.
The Duterte administration’s ambitious infrastructure program may see some big-ticket projects incomplete before the President’s term ends in 2022, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said yesterday.
The Duterte administration on Monday signaled a determined push to accelerate its massive infrastructure program to be accomplished, or at least partially, by 2022, to address the worsening mobility in Metro Manila and direct developments into the regions.
The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), in cooperation with its other partner government agencies, has gathered local government officials and businessmen in Central Luzon to present updates on infrastructure projects more than two years since the “Build Build Build” program was launched.