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This after the Italian-flagged cruise ship MV Costa Atlantica returned to the Port of Subic on March 6, marking its second in a series of 13 trips in Subic that were scheduled until August this year.
A list of cruise-ship visits to Subic showed the scheduled return here of Costa Atlantica on March 20 and the arrival of MV Superstar Gemini on March 13 and March 21, as well as MV Glory on March 31.
Arroyo pointed out that SCTEX's counsel was involved with the signing of Republic Act 9399 which provides broad tax amnesty to investors in economic zones, particularly Subic and Clark.
The visit also gives Bremerton's crew of 150 sailors to meet the local community in the Subic area.
We want to help resolve congestion at the Port of Manila and ease traffic gridlock in the metropolis while shifting the momentum of development north toward the corridor of new wealth in Subic and Clark," Eisma added.
For many, Subic is the place of choice because of its security, convenience and the pleasurable amenities in the area.
Subic Bay International Terminal Container can safely handle about 20 percent to 30 percent more cargoes year-on-year in the next few years.
4 billion) in investments and 90,000 jobs in Subic.
Armand Arreza, Administrator and CEO, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) for an estimated total project investment of $200 million to $250 million over 3-5 years.
However, any move would also be a blow to Subic, where the Government has tried to attract investment since ending US control of the area in 1992.
Earlier Wednesday, due to miscommunication among Philippine authorities, it was reported some 214 people were rescued from the MV Palawan Princess, which supposedly had caught fire while about 11 kilometers off Subic in Zambales Province.
The rapid conversion of Subic Bay Naval Station and nearby Clark Air Base over the last four years since the Americans were booted out has emerged as a symbol for the country's economic success under Ramos, a sign that Filipinos, somewhat to their own surprise, can make it without the Americans.