Buy Filipino: Support PH products, small businesses, farmers to reinvigorate economy - Ang

Buy Filipino: Support PH products, small businesses, farmers to reinvigorate economy - Ang

Its been always this simple – buy local, support your fellow Filipino.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) President and Chief Operating Officer (CoO) Ramon Ang has made a call to all Filipinos to do their shar no matter how small in helping rebuilding an economy shattered by COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is because of Filipinos who take the initiative to help, that I believe we will overcome this challenge together. Magkusa po tayo, gawin ang makakaya para makatulong.
SMC's Ramon Ang
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We can donate. We can support our economy by patronizing Filipino brands, small businesses and farmers,” Ramon Ang said in his Facebook post.
The SMC President also remind Filipinos to wear masks and protective gear/s to prevent the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus 2019 disease or COVID-19.
“Most of all, stay home if there is no urgent reason to go out. Small efforts when combined will lead to big gains,” he said.

Supporting the Govt.

Ramon Ang has been very vocal in his support for President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s policies as against the COVID-19 pandemic.
One such incident is when Ang voiced his support for the decision of Duterte to extend an enhanced community quarantine in mid-March which was extended from one month to three months to contain the virus, noting that protecting lives were more important than the economy.
Ang despite the pandemic decided to continue major infrastructure projects such as the 12 one-million-tons-a-year feed mills, new breweries in Cagayan de Oro and Sta. Rosa in Laguna, expansion of Masinloc power plant, expansion of poultry farms, completion of toll ways and railways (Skyway 3, Skyway Extension, Skyway 4, Metro Rail Transit Line 7 and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway), and the Bulacan airport.

“Bakit ko tinutuloy ang mga major projects? Sabi ng iba, niririsk ko ang San Miguel dahil yung pandemic baka tumagal pa. Sabi ko sakanila, pag hindi ko tinuloy ang mga major projects, katulad ng infrastructure projects na tollway na magcoconnect sa Buendia at Balintawak, magttraffic lagi sa EDSA, baka doon pa sila magkahawaan ng sakit,” said Ang.
“Ang alam ko, if you invest, it creates jobs and that is what the people need. Yung iba, mga kwentong kutsero lang, hindi naman totoong tumutulong. Ang importante, tayong lahat, manatili tayong magtrust sa gobyerno. Mas importante na tayong lahat mag-work together, bilisan na at ng maarrest natin itong problema, para makapagtrabaho na ang mga kababayan natin,” he added.

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