Duterte renews commitment to infra dev't
Manila Bulletin|October 1, 2021
With only months left in his term, President Duterte reassured the public that his administration remains committed to its promise of infrastructure development aimed at making the Philippines a progressive nation.
ARGYLL CYRUS B. GEDUCOS

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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