Monday, November 28, 2016

Vireya: A Tropical Haven in Tagaytay Highlands

Vireya is where the different elements of nature and architecture
 seamlessly fuse to create a Bali-inspired community
Photo shows the artist’s perspective of
Vireya’s architectural theme, to be strictly
followed by lot owners)
True to its vision of defining mountain resort living in the country, Tagaytay Highlands once again, sets the bar through its newest lot development – Vireya, the first and only tropical resort community within a mountain resort development. A tropical abode amidst the conveniences of a mountainside setting may be too good to be true, but this dream environment proves to be just within your reach.

Located at the highest point of The Midlands, Vireya offers scenic vistas of Taal Lake and the lush mountain ridges of the city. The palm trees, tropical landscaping and amenities evoke Bali’s tranquil vibe, making Vireya your ideal haven to relax and recharge.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Malaysia, Middle East, China, Russia, Japan investors invited for PEZA’s SEZs

Numerous companies of Malaysia, the Middle East, China, Japan and others are now in discussions and being invited to invest in the Philippines’ tax-free industrial, agricultural, tourism, forestry, defense industry and other Special Economic Zones (SEZs) “due to President Rody Duterte’s new independent foreign policy to make the Philippines a friend of all countries and enemy of no one”, said the new director-general of Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Dr. Charito “Ching” B. Plaza on November 21 at the Pandesal Forum of 77-year-old Kamuning Bakery Café in Quezon City.

PEZA Director-General Dr. Plaza said that the Philippines traditionally received foreign investments in the past from the United States and its allies like Japan and the West, but now investors and governments of other countries in the Middle East, Russia, China and other regions are also being invited to invest in the fast-growing economy of the Philippines. She said these defense industrial complexes can rise in Bataan, Zambales, Palawan, and at least in two areas of Mindanao.