Ibinahagi ni Pangulong Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. ang kanyang policy speech sa Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), isa sa mga nangungunang research organization na nagbibigay ng pagsusuri at rekomendasyon sa mga policy-maker, media at publiko patungkol sa mga national security at foreign policy issues.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Thursday paid his respects to fallen American soldiers during a visit to Arlington National Cemetery near Washington.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Wednesday called for the reauthorization of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program so the country can enjoy duty-free privileges on several products it exports to the United States. The President made the call in a speech at the forum organized by the US-ASEAN Business Council and US Chamber of Commerce roundtable and reception at the Blair House in Washington.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Wednesday met with members of the US Senate where they discussed a wide range of issues that include security, defense, agriculture, and climate change mitigation, economic cooperation and cyber security.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. made history Wednesday as the first foreign head of state to be given full honors at the Pentagon under the administration of US President Joseph Biden. US Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin welcomed Marcos with full honors at the Pentagon.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. welcomed on Tuesday the Analog Devices, Inc.’s (ADI) Research and Development (R&D) expansion plans in the Philippines as he thanked the company’s continued trust and investments in the country.
American healthcare services provider Optum will invest some P800 million in medical business process outsourcing (BPO) in the Philippines that would provide around 1,500 jobs. This comes after Optum, a part of UnitedHealth Group (UHG), met with President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and his delegation in Washington.
Maxeon, a global leader in solar technology and innovation, on Tuesday said it is eyeing to invest some $900 million in solar energy in the Philippines, in a move to expand its operations in the country.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and US Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday vowed to boost mutually beneficial partnerships between Manila and Washington on a wide range of areas, such as digital inclusion and clean energy economy.