Chinese Envi Officials from Lianyungang visit Marcventures Mining
posted July 19, 2019 at 05:00 pm
Key environment officials from China’s Lianyungang (LYG) province visited the Marcventures’ headquarters in Makati City. The officials were in Manila to observe how local businesses operate, particularly the key players in the mining industry.
Marcventures’ Holdings Chairman Mr. Isidro C. Alcantara Jr. highlighted the contribution of mining to host communities and to the national economy, and how it advocates sustainable development. He also emphasized that the Philippines is the fifth most mineral-rich country in the world for gold, nickel, copper, and chromite with massive untapped mineral resources making it a viable opportunity for foreign investors The LYG delegation was led by Mr. Yu HongYan, Vice Chairman of Central Committee of the Communist Party - Lianyun District, expressed their gratitude to MMDC for facilitating an informative session. He also reassured that they will share with their government, the useful insights gained during their visit, keeping in mind the possibility of future partnerships and collaboration between the two countries.
In photo (from L-R) are Mr. Reuben Alcantara, VP for Marketing and Business Development, MMDC, Mr. Zhang Jie, Executive, Philua Shipping Inc., Mr. Li DaQiang, Head of Bureau of Ecology and Environment, Lianyun District, LYG, Mr. Rolly Santos, SVP for Finance, MMDC, Mr. Isidro Alcantara Jr., President, Marcventures Holdings Inc., Mr. Yu HongYan, Vice Chairman of Central Committee of the Communist Party Lianyun District, LYG, Mr. Zhou ChunTai, Head of Environmental Assessment Office, Lianyun District, LYG, Mr. Cheng Yong, Director, LianDao Island, Lianyun District, LYG, and Mr. Gerry Lam, President, EZM Mining Enterprises.
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