Private sector urged to invest in Boracay projects
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The government urged private enterprises to invest in projects meant to support sustainable tourism in Boracay which is scheduled to reopen Friday. “So we are reopening, there are interventions done by the government but those are not enough. We still need to implement projects and programs that will rehabilitate the ecosystem of Boracay,” said National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Undersecretary for Regional Development Adoracion Navarro during an interview in Manila. Navarro particularly cited opportunities to invest in sewerage and sanitation, and water supply expansion.
Private sector urged to invest in Boracay projects. (2018, October 28). Panay News, p. C1.
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