The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) regulates the 273 economic zones that are established throughout the country, and a handful of other zones are regulated locally or by the Bases Conversion Development Authority.
What does PEZA stand for?
PEZA stands for Philippine Economic Zone Authority
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Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) director-general Lilia de Lima, the project will be launched in 2013, however the groundbreaking has been slated for the first week of October.
Universal Entertainment Chairman Kazuo Okada led the groundbreaking ceremony at the project's 45-hectare site located near Manila Bay, with Philippine Economic Zone Authority chief Lilia de Lima and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.
2 billion) industrial park in Cebu, the nation's second largest city, BusinessWorld reported, citing Philippine Economic Zone Authority Lilia De Lima.
De Lima, Director-General of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority, and Toshinao Urabe, Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines.
We look forward to further strengthening our relationship with one of the world's largest customer management providers," said Philippine Economic Zone Authority Director-General Lilia De Lima.
Last year, Convergys won the "BPO Company of the Year" award at the International ICT Awards and was also inducted into the Philippine Economic Zone Authority Hall of Fame after winning both the Outstanding Employer and Outstanding Exporter three times in each category.
and Mar Roxas; the director general of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority, Lilia B.