New Investments Seen to Hit P1.9T in Four Years on Strong FDI Inflows

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New Investments Seen to Hit P1.9T in Four Years on Strong FDI Inflows


MANILA, Philippines - Buoyed by strong business confidence particularly from foreign investors, new investments inflow into the country are expected to reach P1.911 trillion in the next four years (2011-2014), Board of Investments managing head Cristino L. Panlilio said.Panlilio told reporters the four-year investments target represents the combined costs of projects that are expected to register with the BoI, the government's premier investment generating agency, and the Philippine Economic Zone Authority.BoI approved investments normally involve projects that cater to the domestic market, while PEZA-registered enterprises are all export-oriented.Of the P1.911 trillion investments target for the four year period, the BoI is expected to contribute the bulk of P1.338 trillion and PEZA with P573.1 billion.This year, both agencies' investments are expected to hit P368.8 billion. Of this figure, the BoI is expected to generate P258.2 billion and PEZA with P110.6 billion."We also expect that $3.5 billion of the total BoI investments target this year would be foreign direct investments," he said.

By 2012, the combined BoI-PEZA investments are expected to hit P424 billion or 15 percent higher than 2011 with BoI contributing P296.8 billion and PEZA, P110.6 billion.By 2013, both agencies would have combined investments haul of P508.8 billion, which is 20 percent higher than 2012, with BoI's contribution growing to P356.2 billion and PEZA, P152.6 billion.By 2014, combined investments should have gone up to P610 billion maintaining a 20 percent growth with BoI's project approvals hitting P427.3 billion and PEZA with P182.7 billion.Notably, the BoI target for 2011 is lower than the P301 billion worth of investments from the 213 projects it approved in 2010. …

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