Duterte made the statement as he led the inauguration of the Bonifacio Global City (BGC)-Ortigas Center Link Road Project in Taguig City on Thursday, Sept. 30.
In his speech, President Duterte lauded the project, noting it came at a time when the country is still gradually recovering from the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and safely revitalizing economic activities.
“Indeed, this achievement will provide substantial and long-lasting benefits to various businesses, motorists, and ordinary Filipino,” he said.
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