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Alfredo M. Yao

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Philippine Chamber of Commerce

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Investment Management Archives | Investment, Finance and Foreign Exchange News - MetisEtrade Blog

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According to PCCI president Alfredo Yao, the PCCI recently met with Khalid S. Halawani Alsaid, commercial attaché of Saudi Arabia based in Kuala Lumpur, and Ayman A. Bedaiwi, first secretary of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in the Philippines.
Yao said the parties plan to have an exchange of trade delegations this year involving companies focused on infrastructure, manufacturing, information technology, fresh fruits and vegetables, processed food, handicrafts and tourism. This, as the parties want to create awareness on specific projects, commodities and services offered by both countries. Yao said there are opportunities for companies from Saudi Arabia to invest in manufacturing projects in the Philippines to cater to the domestic market as well as other Southeast Asian countries as products made in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) would soon enter other member-countries at zero duty. As in Saudi Arabia, there are also economic zones in the Philippines that offer incentives for foreign locators, Yao said.


PCCI Hails Bulacan As Most Business-Friendly LGU

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Miguel B. Varela, chairman of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce Inc. and Alfredo M. Yao, President of the PCCI, during the event attended by President Benigno S. Aquino III and more than 1,000 business leaders all over the Philippines and foreign delegations from various parts of the world.


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PCCI president Alfredo Yao said the agreement provides the formal structure under which both chambers could adopt and implement to make available apprenticeships, entrepreneurship and employment services that can help young Filipinos make the transition from school and training to decent work.
Yao said businesses need to invest in creating and maintaining a high-performance workforce if they are to are to keep their competitive advantage in the Asean and global marketplace. He said Increasing shortages in productive manpower are already being felt by several companies finding difficulty in recruiting skilled workers. "PCCI member-companies and the industries they represent are in agreement towards the importance of narrowing the gap between skills in demand by industry and the skills that are being taught and are currently available," he said. "There are jobs, but few workers could fit them. If young Filipinos are skilled, they could get hired and raise total family earnings," Yao added. Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao (second from right), president of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), and Dr. Bodo Goehrlich, president of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI), exchange copies of a memorandum of agreement formalizing an alliance to implement initiatives to help young Filipinos gain skills that match the needs of employers. The memorandum was signed at the PCCI board room by Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao, PCCI president, and Dr. Bodo Goehrlich, GPCCI president. PCCI president Yao said the MOA provides the formal structure under which both chambers can adopt and implement initiatives to make available apprenticeships, entrepreneurship and employment services that can help young Filipinos make the transition from school and training to decent work. The two chambers, he said, are expressing their strong support for the aims of the K-12 Education Reform Law by providing further education and training for industrial skills through the K- to 12 Plus program. Under the K to 12 Plus program, the youth would undergo simulated real-workplace experiences as conducted in companies and vocational schools in Germany, he said. Yao said that businesses need to invest in creating and maintaining a high-performance workforce if they are to are to keep their competitive advantage in the Asean and global marketplace. Increasing shortages in productive manpower are already being felt by several companies finding difficulty in recruiting skilled workers, Yao said. "PCCI member-companies and the industries they represent are in agreement towards the importance of narrowing the gap between skills in demand by industry and the skills that are being taught and are currently available," he said. "There are jobs, but few workers could fit them," he said. In his speech during the MoA signing at the PCCI headquarters in Taguig City, PCCI President Alfredo M. Yao said the Philippines faces a "crisis in youth employment." "Technical vocational education and training is a key to train our youth and prepare them to be productive for the world of work," he said. PCCI president Alfredo M. Yao pointed out that one of the more crucial components of the agreement was the collaboration on training and education. "The PCCI believes that growth and development strategies should be strongly based on human resources development. In order to keep up with technological change in global value chains, businesses need to invest across the entire system that builds workforce skills," Yao explained in his speech on Tuesday. "The Philippines is confronted with a crisis in youth employment and Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a key to train our youth and prepare them to be productive for the world of work," he added.


K-12Plus.org - NEWS

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PCCI president Alfredo Yao said the agreement provides the formal structure under which both chambers could adopt and implement to make available apprenticeships, entrepreneurship and employment services that can help young Filipinos make the transition from school and training to decent work.
Yao said businesses need to invest in creating and maintaining a high-performance workforce if they are to are to keep their competitive advantage in the Asean and global marketplace. He said Increasing shortages in productive manpower are already being felt by several companies finding difficulty in recruiting skilled workers. "PCCI member-companies and the industries they represent are in agreement towards the importance of narrowing the gap between skills in demand by industry and the skills that are being taught and are currently available," he said. "There are jobs, but few workers could fit them. If young Filipinos are skilled, they could get hired and raise total family earnings," Yao added. Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao (second from right), president of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), and Dr. Bodo Goehrlich, president of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI), exchange copies of a memorandum of agreement formalizing an alliance to implement initiatives to help young Filipinos gain skills that match the needs of employers. The memorandum was signed at the PCCI board room by Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao, PCCI president, and Dr. Bodo Goehrlich, GPCCI president. PCCI president Yao said the MOA provides the formal structure under which both chambers can adopt and implement initiatives to make available apprenticeships, entrepreneurship and employment services that can help young Filipinos make the transition from school and training to decent work. The two chambers, he said, are expressing their strong support for the aims of the K-12 Education Reform Law by providing further education and training for industrial skills through the K- to 12 Plus program. Under the K to 12 Plus program, the youth would undergo simulated real-workplace experiences as conducted in companies and vocational schools in Germany, he said. Yao said that businesses need to invest in creating and maintaining a high-performance workforce if they are to are to keep their competitive advantage in the Asean and global marketplace. Increasing shortages in productive manpower are already being felt by several companies finding difficulty in recruiting skilled workers, Yao said. "PCCI member-companies and the industries they represent are in agreement towards the importance of narrowing the gap between skills in demand by industry and the skills that are being taught and are currently available," he said. "There are jobs, but few workers could fit them," he said. In his speech during the MoA signing at the PCCI headquarters in Taguig City, PCCI President Alfredo M. Yao said the Philippines faces a "crisis in youth employment." "Technical vocational education and training is a key to train our youth and prepare them to be productive for the world of work," he said. PCCI president Alfredo M. Yao pointed out that one of the more crucial components of the agreement was the collaboration on training and education. "The PCCI believes that growth and development strategies should be strongly based on human resources development. In order to keep up with technological change in global value chains, businesses need to invest across the entire system that builds workforce skills," Yao explained in his speech on Tuesday. "The Philippines is confronted with a crisis in youth employment and Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a key to train our youth and prepare them to be productive for the world of work," he added.


K-12Plus.org - Philippine, German business groups forge skills matching program

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PCCI president Alfredo Yao said the agreement provides the formal structure under which both chambers could adopt and implement to make available apprenticeships, entrepreneurship and employment services that can help young Filipinos make the transition from school and training to decent work.
Yao said businesses need to invest in creating and maintaining a high-performance workforce if they are to are to keep their competitive advantage in the Asean and global marketplace. He said Increasing shortages in productive manpower are already being felt by several companies finding difficulty in recruiting skilled workers. "PCCI member-companies and the industries they represent are in agreement towards the importance of narrowing the gap between skills in demand by industry and the skills that are being taught and are currently available," he said. "There are jobs, but few workers could fit them. If young Filipinos are skilled, they could get hired and raise total family earnings," Yao added.


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