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Alfredo M. Yao

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Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Company Description

PCCI is the voice of Philippine business recognized by government and international institutions. As a proactive catalyst of development, PCCI promotes and supports the drive for globally competitive Philippine enterprises in partnership with government, local...more

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Meeting the challenge of ASEAN 2015: Private sector initiatives - Small Enterprises Research and Development Foundation

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Excerpts from a speech by Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao, President, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries (PCCI), at the 3rd National Symposium Workshop on E-Power organized by UP ISSI and SERDEF, April 10, 2014
he integration provides a platform to open opportunities to Philippine firms or, alternatively to encumber the country with liberalization obligations that could hinder the growth of small and medium enterprises and other domestic industries.


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.


Tradition Innovation - Financial Sources

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Foreign investors are actually looking at using the Philippines as a hub for ASEAN that is how PCCI is marketing the Philippines also, said Alfredo Yao, president of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


News

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PCCI President Ambassador Alfredo Yao told reporters the main reforms...


Advocacies | Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Signatories to the joint position paper were the respective heads of the various business groups, including Alfredo M. Yao of PCCI, Edgardo Lacson of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines, Jaime Ysmael of the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Francisco del Rosario, Jr. of the Management Association of the Philippines, Sergio Ortiz-Luis, Jr. of the Philippine Exporters Confederation, Tita Caluya of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Terence Conrad Bello of the Tax Management Association of the Philippines.


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