The Philippine National Economic and Development Agency (NEDA) Board approved the PHP 170.6 billion (~USD $3.12 billion) project for the rehabilitation of the Manila International Airport.

During a meeting at Malacanang Palace in Manila on Wednesday (July 19), Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. approved the project – under a solicited .......

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