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Global Infrastructure Partners commits to invest in PH

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. meets had an executive meeting with Global Infrastructure Chair Bayo Ogunlesi to discuss the possible investment of the company in the energy, transportation and digital sector in the PH. (Photo courtesy of PCO)

QUEZON CITY, (PIA) – The Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP)—one of the world’s largest infrastructure investors in London has conveyed its commitment to invest in the country to help in enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of the transportation system.

This, after President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. met with officials from GIP, the company that co-manages the Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom and discussed the airport’s exceptional infrastructure, cutting-edge technology and operations were discussed.

During PBBM’s visit at the London’s Gatwick Airport last Friday, the chief executive sought to explore improvement and enhancement of the country’s own airport operations, facilities, and service delivery.

Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista accompanied President Marcos, and House Speaker Martin Romualdez in a comprehensive tour at the Gatwick Airport. They explored first-hand the array of best practices that are currently being implemented in the airport. Secretary Bautista initiated the airport inspection.

Bautista is looking at the Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom as a template for operations that will be adopted to improve the operations of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). (dotr/pia-ncr)

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