Thursday, January 27, 2022

A Losing Proposition?

A Losing Proposition?


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“If this complaint leads back to big business trying to put down potential competition, Filipino consumers will end up at the losing end.”

This is what Philippine Star business columnist Iris Gonzales had to say amidst allegations thrown at Megawide, the company operating and developing Mactan Cebu International Airport – the second largest airport of the Philippines. Working under a consortium with GMR Infrastructure, Megawide Cebu Airport Corp. (GMCAC) has been receiving heat for acts deemed as violations of the Anti-Dummy Law. Read more about the story here.

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