Philippines pitches US$6.93 billion in infrastructure projects to China
The Chinese Vice-Premier is expected to sign a six-year cooperation agreement this week
The Philippines chief economist said Friday that the country will pitch US$6.93 billion worth of infrastructure projects for Chinese financing. The list of 15 proposed projects are part of a six-year cooperation agreement expected to be signed when Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang visits the country this week. The projects include two large-scale railway projects, a dam, and a pump irrigation project.