MEPZ

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AcronymDefinition
MEPZMadras Export Processing Zone (India)
MEPZMactan Export Processing Zone (Philippines)
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In 1979, the Mactan Export Processing Zone was opened.
After its opening, they also had a Kaiser Medical Center in SM City aside from the Kaiser Health group at the Mactan Export Processing Zone (MEPZA).
Most of the regularized workers are in manufacturing companies at the Mactan Export Processing Zone and Mitsumi in Danao City, Cebu.
'We really need industrial parks as the [120-hectare] MEPZ (Mactan Export Processing Zone) is now full,' he said.
I felt peace and love as I gazed at him," recounted Ceredon-Abella, who now works as an engineer in one of the locators at the Mactan Export Processing Zone.
A longer third runway would also be built to accommodate an expected increase in aircraft traffic, but it would involve some land reclamation and relocation of the existing Mactan Export Processing Zone.
The Hideka Manufacturing Corporation is one of the locators at the Mactan Export Processing Zone II in Lapu-Lapu City.
An inventory of free ports in the country reveal the existence of the following: Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport, Casiguran, Aurora; Cagayan Special Economic Zone, Lal-lo Cagayan; Freeport Area of Bataan, Mariveles, Bataan; Cavite Economic Zone, Rosario, Cavite and General Trias, Cavite; Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Pampanga; Subic Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Subic, Zambales; Poro Point Freeport Zone, San Fernando City, La Union; Baguio City Economic Zone, Baguio City; Mactan Export Processing Zone, Mactan Island; Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority, Zamboanga City; and Polloc Free Port and Economic Zone, ARMM, Mindanao.
One of Diaz's two children has been employed as a production worker at Mactan Export Processing Zone since Feb.
It appears that the Cebu port is being used by smugglers as an entry point for smuggling, in connivance with registered companies located in the Mactan Export Processing Zone Authority (Mepza).
APC also holds 50 percent of the outstanding capital stock of East Asia Utilities Corp., which operates a 50-MW bunker-fired power plant in the Mactan export processing zone on Mactan Island.