3 UK Firms To Give Job Opportunities for Filipinos Soon
Department of Trade and Industry secretary Peter Favilla happily announced that three companies from the United Kingdom are eying the country for future business expansion.
Rio Tinto, Bronzeoak, and T-Mobile, the three big names in UK business are planning to invest in the country, says Favilla during their trip to London with President Arroyo when they attend the Emerging Markets Summit.
“More than just the recent positive ratings garnered from the international credit rating agencies, the Philippines is certainly still one of the best economic performers in the Asia-Pacific region and for measurable reasons,” the DTI said in a statement.
A meeting between the three UK firms and Favilla was conducted during the trip. The meetings were held to promote specific business sectors, products and services as well as liaise on possible investments, expansion plans, and joint-venture projects.
Rio Tinto, the world leader in finding, mining and processing mineral resources and Bronzebask Ltd., the leading developer of bio-thenol and bio-energy in the world says that they want to expand their operation here in the country.
T-Mobile on the other hand had expressed their like to expand in the country to outsource its customer service and other business operations.
T-Mobile International operates mobile companies in the United States, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland.
“It seems that the contraction in exports has not dampened investment prospects of certain industries as the case of most Asean counterparts. This confirms the countries’ priorities are placed rightly as attested by growth drivers like BPO (Business Process Outsourcing), mining, energy and tourism,” the DTI stated.
With these business firms expansion by 2010-2011 many job opportunities are expected to be created and be offered to Filipinos.
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