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DISPUTE OVER OCEAN ADVENTURE, CAMAYAN RESORT RAGES

RECENT victories in labor and criminal complaints have raised the hopes of some 300 displaced employees of the Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium, Inc. (SBMEI), operator of Ocean Adventure and Camayan Resort, to return to work and eventually get their jobs back. “We are hopeful that… [More]

Investment Gab On Business Prospects Set

Expanding business opportunities in Northern Luzon, the Philippines’ emerging trade, investment and logistics hub, is the focus of the Northern Luzon Investors’ Conference on September 14, 2017 at the Rizal Ballroom, Makati Shangri-La. With the theme “Promoting Trade and Reducing Business Costs”, the whole-day conference… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 10 no.04 edition

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Subic Bay News Vol. 10 no.03 edition

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Subic Bay News Vol. 10 no.02 edition

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Subic Bay News Vol. 10 no. 01 edition

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1st SBMA Board Meeting In Over 6 Months Set On Tuesday, 24 Jan., 2017

  TWO “hold-over” members of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Board of Directors will participate on Tuesday’s scheduled Board meeting, its first in over six (6) months since President Rodrigo R. Duterte assumed power. “Please be notified that the first meeting of the Board… [More]

Eisma assumes post as SBMA Administrator and CEO

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT— Lawyer Wilma “Amy” T. Eisma has assumed her post as the seventh administrator and chief executive officer(CEO) of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA). A member of original volunteer corp who stepped up to protect the former naval base in Subic after… [More]

5 US Ships Welcome New Year in Subic

Subic Bay, Philippines  - FIVE (5) US Ships docked and welcomed the new year here to the delight of business establishments and residents in this former US Naval Base. The USS Pecos, USNS Tippecanoe, USNS Cesar Chavez, USNS Impeccable and USNS Bowditch arrived without fun… [More]

ESCOLANGO CITES VALUABLE ROLE OF HANJIN IN DEVELOPMENT

Shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction – Philippines (HHIC-Phil) remains the Subic Bay Freeport’s (SBF) biggest investor with some US$2.3B in direct investments, to date. “Hanjin is not only a boost to Subic but to the whole country, as well,” Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)… [More]