Duterte assures a "Corrupt-free business for Japanese investors "

Duterte assures a "Corrupt-free business for Japanese investors "

More than ever the Philippines is on its way of being an economic power in the Asian region.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is currently in Tokyo,Japan to attend the 25th Nikkei Conference on the Future of Asia.

But it did not stop the President in inviting Japanese investors to bring their money in the Philippines.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte during his speaking engagement at the Business Forum at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo,Japan (photo credit to owner)

Under his watch, he assures all Japanese investors can expect a  competitive and corruption free business climate in the country.
“I just assure you that during my time I said there will be no corruption,” said Duterte in his speech during the Business Forum at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.

He assured the Japanese investors they will have access to the president if and when they will have complaints regarding hindrances, obstruction or outright corruption and that he told the audience that his cabinet members will respond to it immediately.
“I will give you at any hour of the day or night you can contact any of the Cabinet members or your Filipino lawyers or Filipino workers, and you can ask an audience with me in 24 hours and I will talk to you and just let me know what your problem is and we will kill that problem,” he added.

Upgraded credit rating

Duterte also spelled out our recent and highest credit rating ever of BBB+ by Standard and Poor.
He made mention that the Philippines is a “natural choice” for Japanese companies looking for the manufacturing base in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and high-value Knowledge Process Outsourcing or KPO ventures.

“Given all these, your investments are assured of protection and gains I guarantee that. And as a matter of fact, I place my honor in what we promised to our partners especially the Japanese and the Japanese people,” Duterte said.
Pres. Duterte, meanwhile, reiterated the country’s commitment to maintain a “stable and predictable environment” for business partnerships between the Philippines and Japan.
“More than Build-Build-Build, let us work together to Grow-Grow-Grow our economies,” Duterte said.

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Report from PNA

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