Did you know that Simon Marcos also joined dad Bongbong’s recent visit to the US?
Foodie escape in New York: Bongbong, Liza Marcos go luxury restaurant hopping in triumphant return to Manhattan
More than two decades since he last set foot in New York, President Bongbong Marcos told Asia Society members he was thrilled to be back at the Big Apple to get a bite of Sabrett and souvlaki sandwich, as well as Katz’s pastrami on rye.
Piki Lopez agrees with Bongbong Marcos: We need natural gas as bridge fuel in transition to wind and energy
The head of the Lopez family concurs with President Bongbong Marcos on the importance of natural gas in shifting electricity sources from dirty fuel to renewable energy (RE).
To survive the currency calamity: Bongbong urged to focus on dollar-earners just like his father did in the 1970s
President Bongbong Marcos can survive the ongoing currency crisis by doing what his father did during the peso’s steep depreciation in the 1970s.
The Carlyle has long been established as one of the most luxurious accommodations in New York. It is located in the heart of Madison Square and with a rich history that dates back to 1930.
With him were wife Liza and son Sandro, cousin and House Speaker Martin Romualdez, and Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno. They were joined by NYSE vice chair and Chief Commercial Officer John Tuttle.
Sabin Aboitiz to US business community: PH is Asia’s ‘next big thing’ with Bongbong Marcos as its President
Bilyonaryo Sabin Aboitiz, CEO of the Aboitiz Group and lead convenor of the Private Sector Advisory Council, pitched the Philippines as the “next best thing in Asia” with its economy slowly getting back on track and with the leadership of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos.
Some of the country’s wealthiest persons and heads of largest conglomerates flew to New York City to join President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in pitching the Philippines as an attractive investment destination.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. had the privilege of ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Monday (September 19) to mark the end of the day’s trading.
In its filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the administration of President Bongbong Marcos said that of the total, $2.39 billion would be for interest payments alone, higher than the $2.23 billion it would need for principal repayments.