New Clark City

Make it Happen in the Philippines


Welcome to the Philippine Consulate General’s economic diplomacy portal!

Please check back here as we periodically upload videos and other online resources to keep you abreast of exciting developments taking place in the Philippines,  including the newest international marketing campaign of the country dubbed, “Make It Happen in the Philippines.”

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News article: Philippines Continues to Defy Global Trend of Credit Rating Downgrades

The Philippines envisions science, technology and innovation to empower its fast growing Halal industry. Please see video.

The Philippines is moving towards its “Golden Age of Infrastructure” as envisioned by the government’s “Build, Build, Build” Program. Travel and trade are made more convenient with new airports, seaports and railways.

The “Global Business Processes” powered by the Philippine Webinars Series will run from 13 August 2020 to 1 October 2020.

The first installment will be held on 13 August 2020 dubbed, “Business Pivot: Understanding How Outsourcing Can Be a Strategy To Grow Your Business.”

Private breakout sessions are limited 100 participants only. Reserve your spot today. To register, please click:

The Philippine webinars series is a product of collaboration of PHL Embassy and Consulates General in the U.S.A.

Informa Markets held its first “Livestock Philippines E-Market Place” on 28 to 30 July 2020 (PHL time), featuring PHL livestock and aquaculture exhibitors.

For those interested, you may check out the video of the opening ceremony (above).

We are pleased to share the PHL Department of Transportation’s Fast Facts on the PHL Government initiatives during the Community Quarantine.

A week with New Clark City and Philippines’ IT-BPO Industry.

The New Clark City Sports Complex, a 9,500 hectare first class sports facility, has a 20,000-seater athletics stadium, a 2,000-seater aquatics center and an athlete’s village designed to ensure that “life is always well-lived.”  It was home to the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.

Central to the rise of New Clark City is the Clark International Airport, which connects 14 international and 19 domestic destinations, and serves 18 airlines. It will soon be expanded to accommodate up to 80 million passengers a year.

The New Clark City, a smart, sustainable and disaster-resilient metropolis for 1.2 million residents. It boasts of an innovation and industrial corridor, a sports complex, education hub and a government center built on global standards.