__CLARK FREEPORT -- Top trade and investment officials in New York believe that the proposed sports training and recreation facility will be ideal for practices of Asian baseball teams while during their winter off-season breaks.
This was gathered in visit of CDC Public Relations Assistant Manager Noel G. Tulabut in his visit to Philippine Trade Representative Offices (PTRO) in Los Angeles and New York. Tulabut is the US at no cost to the government.
_CLARK FREEPORT – The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) has signed a $20-million lease agreement with Foton Motors Phils., Inc. for the establishment of an assembly facility inside the Clark Freeport, CDC President Felipe Antonio B. Remollo announced.
Remollo said he has signed the agreement with Foton Motors Phils., Inc. President Rommel L. Sytin, whose company will construct an automotive and truck assembly facility geared for exports generally to the Asian region and for domestic sales “as maybe necessitated by market forces.”
_LOS ANGELES, Ca. – The proposed multi-million peso sporting event and training center inside Clark Freeport gets a boost as trade representatives here in the United States has committed to help promote the investment potentials of the project.
A report submitted by Noel G. Tulabut, assistant manager for Public Relations Department of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) states that the proposed Clark STAR (Sports Training, Amusement and Recreation Center) project ws recently presented to the Philippine Trade Representative Office (PTRO) here.
Tulabut met with Archimedes Gomez, Philippine Trade Representative for Southern California as part of the initial promotions for Clark STAR. He is in the US at no cost to the government owned corporation.