CDC, GenSan forge accord

CLARK FREEPORT— Clark Development Corporation (CDC) expands its partnership for investments as it recently signed a joint intent to collaborate with General Santos City in the province of South Cotabato.

The signing was led by Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President and CEO Noel F. Manankil with GenSan City Mayor Ronnel Rivera during the latter’s visit here.

According to Rivera, the activity is a preliminary step in strengthening linkages between the city and this Freeport to help achieve mutual economic benefits.

The partnership also promotes collaborative undertakings in the promotion of air connectivity of both areas through their airports, organization of trade and business missions that focuses on tourism and investments, and exchange of best practices on areas such as agro-industrial development and environmental protection.

Meanwhile, Manankil encouraged the local government of GenSan to push for stronger air connectivity between Clark airport and General Santos City. He also mentioned the potential of GenSan as a tourist destination.

“We will be very happy if we have a direct air connectivity from Clark to Gen San. Kasi kilala ang GenSan sa kanilang mga tuna and sa mga magagandang beaches na pwede ring puntahan ng mga turista,” Manankil said.

The signing was also witnessed by CDC officers and some 20 delegates from General Santos, formerly known as Dadiangas— a 1st class a highly urbanized city in Soccsksargen in Mindanao, who also had a study tour here.

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