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Presented by

ROBERTO V. GARCIA Chairman and Administrator Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority


BUILDING THE NEW SUBIC Key Performance Indicators (2012 vs. 2011)


Major developments affecting 2012

 VIP (Vietnam / Indonesia / Philippines) emerging dragon economies on radar screen of foreign investors

 Strong Philippine economic performance due to investor confidence arising from good governance practices

 United States “Asia Pivot” strategy  National government’s decision to utilize SBIA as the Philippine Air Force’s forward operating base as key defensive strategy

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Key Performance Indicators

NEW PROJECTS AND INVESTMENTS KPI

2011

Total Committed US$959 M Investments Cumulative Investments (1992-2012)

No. of New Projects

2012

Variance

US$70 M

93%

US$7.83 B US$7.90 B

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0.9%

176%


New Approved Investments 2011 Top New Approved Investments Committed Investments Rank

Company

(In US$)

Converted to PhP (US$1 = PhP43)

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Energy Logics Solar Holdings, Inc.

458,500,000

19,715,500,000

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HydroChina Subic Limited Corp.

450,000,000

19,350,000,000

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Multifront Marketing Corp.

22,696,323

975,941,897

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Filhan Hotel Leisure & Dev’t. Corp.

2,222,222

95,555,546

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Subic Super Yacht Haven, Inc.

1,995,000

85,785,000

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Rowena Minoo Samurai, Inc. Bigrid Corp. First Subic Food Ventures Corp.

1,500,000 1,150,855 932,000

64,500,000 49,486,765 40,076,000

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Others

20,515,258

882,156,086

US$ 959,511,658

PhP 41,259,001,294

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New Approved Investments 2012 Top New Approved Investments Committed Investments Rank

Company

Converted to PhP (US$1 = PhP42)

(In US$) 1

Malayan Towage and Salvage Corp.

11,627,000

488,334,000

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Astro Air International, Inc.

5,270,000

221,340,000

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Raizen Asia Pte. Ltd.

5,200,000

218,400,000

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Subic Ray Corporation

4,597,500

193,095,000

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NSStern International, Inc.

3,609,112

151,582,733

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Elite Delight Investments Ltd.

2,325,581

97,674,419

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Global Daeil Subic, Inc.

2,047,619

86,000,000

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Magnum Air (Skyjet), Inc.

1,599,302

67,170,697

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AIA Planters Aviation Corporation

1,350,000

56,700,000

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First Subic Food Ventures Corp.

1,218,333

51,170,000

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Others

31,611,834

1,327,696,967

US$70,456,281

PhP2,959,163,816

GRAND TOTAL

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New Approved Foreign and Local Investments New Approved Investments (2011 vs 2012)

Committed Investment

2011

2012

Increase

Total in US$

959 M

70 M

(889 M)

Less Renewable Energy Projects

908 M

Net New Committed Investment

51 M

70 M

19 M

37%

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Key Performance Indicators

EXPORTS 2011

KPI

Export (FOB Value)

2012

Increase

US$0.826 B US$1.927 B

133%

Our Top 3 Exporters in terms of FOB Value Exporter

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HHIC-PHIL

1.189 B

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SANYO DENKI

0.144 B

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JUKEN SANGYO

0.083 B

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Key Performance Indicators

EMPLOYMENT GENERATION KPI

2011

2012

No. of Jobs Generated

88,957

89,104

DOMESTIC HELPERS/ CARETAKER 0.61%

Increase

0.17%

MANUFACTURING 17.03%

CONSTRUCTION 9.10%

SHIPBUILDING MARINE RELATED SERVICES 30.61%

2012 Workforce by Business Sector

SERVICES 42.64%


Contributing to the National and Local Economy

BIR & BOC CASH REMITTANCES TO NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Collecting Agency

2011

2012

Increase

BIR

PhP 1.107 B

PhP 1.286 B

16.22%

BOC

PhP 6.117 B

PhP 6.329 B

3.47%

PhP 7.224 B

PhP 7.615 B

5.42%

TOTAL


Contributing to the National and Local Economy

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LGU SHARES Allocation from 5% Corp. Tax

2011

National

2012

Variance

PhP199 M

PhP187 M

6%

145 M

139 M

4%

344 M

326 M

5%

LGUs TOTAL

OLONGAPO CITY 32 M

DINALUPIHAN 16 M HERMOSA 13 M

SUBIC 18 M

MORONG 11 M

SAN ANTONIO 11 M

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CASTILLEJOS 10 M

SAN MARCELINO 15 M

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GAINING GROUND 2012 Major Developments and Accomplishments


Financial Performance HIGHEST PROFIT IN SBMA’S 20-YEAR HISTORY

Net Income After Taxes

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2012

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(PhP 1,118 M)

PhP 811M

170%

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2012 Financial Turnaround Gross Revenues vs. Net Income

Total cumulative loss reduced from PhP 7 to 6.2 Billion O

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2012 Financial Summary 2011

Revenues

Variance

PhP 1,634 M

16%

(1,006)

-7%

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628

91%

Depreciation

(676)

(742)

10%

EBIT

(342)

(115)

67%

Other Income/Expenses

(766)

926

Operating Expenses EBITDA (Operating Profit)

Net (Loss) Profit

PhP 1,410 M

2012

(1,082)

(PhP 1,113 M)

PhP 811 M

221% 173%


Increased Revenues by 16%  Revenue Source

Increase

Land and Buildings

PhP85 M

Regulatory Income

84 M

Seaport Operations

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Total Collected

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Total Collected

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Collection of unpaid past due accounts, totalling PhP34 M

Admission Fees of PhP36 M for motor vehicles and heavy equipment

Increase of PhP20 M in SBMA’s Gross Revenue Share from locators

Increased fees (Co-location /

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CUSA and Admin Fees (AF)

Visa and accreditation / CRTE/PTO / Vehicle Registration)

7%

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Reduced Expenses by 7% CUT OPERATING EXPENSES WITH AUSTERITY MEASURES Decrease

Expense Item

(In Peso Thousands)

Manpower

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Others (Rentals, meals, reimbursements, etc.)

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Power & Water

4,251

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Supplies & Fuel

2,561

(57%)

Advertising

1,717

(64%)

Communication Services

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(34%)

Repairs & Maintenance

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(36%)

Travel & Training

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(71%)

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Low CAPEX CUT CAPITAL EXPENDITURES Decrease

CAPEX

(In Peso Thousands)

Land & Land Improvements

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4,534

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Equipment Outlays

IT Outlays

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Foreign Exchange Gains

FAVORABLE EXCHANGE RATES ON SBMA’S FOREIGN LOANS

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FOREX Gains

(PhP .566 M)

PhP 1.11 M

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Increased Operating Profit by 91%

2011

2012

Increase

PhP 328 M

PhP 628 M

91%

The bottomline is that EBITDA substantially increased.

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2012 Development Highlights SEAPORT  Launch of Vale’s Ore Transhipment Hub  Start of commercial operations of New Container Terminal 2  Successful holding of First Subic Bay Maritime Conference & Exhibit with

more than 500 foreign and local participants  Creation of SBMA-initiated Maritime Technical Working Group to implement stakeholders’ recommendations made during the Conference  Approved contract and project along Argonaut Highway for a super yacht

marina facility

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Seaport

NEW MARITIME PROJECTS  Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation

 HY Shipbuilders Corporation  Asia Pacific Chartering Phil., Inc.  Sea-tech Marine Automation Co., Ltd.

 Multihullsdirect Corporation

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OPERATIONS KPI Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT)

2011

2012

Variance

14,049,553

23,902,552

70%

1,803

2,003

11%

27,671

36,304

47%

2,593,117

2,213,709

15%

No. of Ship Calls Containerized Cargo (in TEUs) Noncontainerized Cargo (in MTs)

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2012 Development Highlights AIRPORT  Suspension of development plans for airport conversion to a

world class tourist destination in deference to national security concerns  Promotion of SBIA for general aviation, aircraft repair, jet

charters and other allied aviation activities  Use of the airport area as staging ground for various events

ranging from car test driving/product launching, movie filming/photo shooting by different TV networks and advertisers, sky diving and triathlon to the VFA or RP-US Mutual Defense Treaty Exercise

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Airport

OPERATIONS Source

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Lease

PhP 30.56M

(5.6%)

3.75M

5.80M

54.4%

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40.1%

Royalty

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PhP 32.78M

Airport Fees

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2012 DEVELOPMENT HIGHLIGHTS Tourism 513% increase in the number of leisure-related new and expansion projects (319 in 2012 vs. 52 in 2011)

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Opening of Ayala Land Harbor Point Mall

Subic Ray Corporation residential/condotel facility at Moonbay Marina area

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American International School at the former Legenda Suites

Resom Resort Philippines development of hotel, casino and golf course in various areas

McDonald’s at Harbor Point and Rizal Highway Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel (Former Grand Seasons Hotel and Casino) Puregold Supermarket at Fortuna Anchor Mall, Harbor Point

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Tourism 2012 DEVELOPMENT HIGHLIGHTS Increase of 130 in the number of new hotel rooms

Increase of 26% in the number of other tourism-related facilities

 38 rooms (Terrace Hotel)

 Ayala Land’s Harbor Point

 60 rooms (Mango Valley III)

274 new merchant stores

 20 rooms (Jusco Hotel)

Four (4) state-of-the-art cinemas

 12 dormitory rooms (The Cabin)

Average foot traffic of 29,600 on weekdays and 39,713 on weekends

 Additional 31 new restaurants/dining facilities, including those at Harbor Point

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Development of Subic Bay as Tourist Destination


Tourism

TOURISM TRAFFIC (Arrivals via SCTEX only) Year

Visitor Arrivals

Tourist Arrivals

Hotel Guests

Hotel Occupancy Rate

2012

5,228,434

1,252,217

1,208,151

69%

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4,631,696

1, 150,637

1,106,571

71%

Variance

13%

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Development of Subic Bay as MICE Destination


Tourism MICE Meetings/Incentives/Conventions/ Exhibitions

Classification International Local TOTAL

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No. of Participants

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Increase

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8,955

229%

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108%

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119,673

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108%

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128,628

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Tourism SPORTS Sports Events

Classification

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2012 Development Highlights INDUSTRIAL LEASES 

Orica Philippines, Inc., first SBF locator that will use our bunkers in Ilanin Forest East – Sustainable Use Zone as regional logistics hub

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Linneman Technologies, Inc.

Global Architectural Fabrications Subic Innovative Fibre Industries, Inc. Vibro Equipment & Parts Far East Co

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2012 Development Highlights

INDUSTRIAL LEASES 

Repossession from defaulting or non-paying locators and residents of leased premises, totaling some 257,786 square meters (SQM) of land. Facility

Land Size (SQM)

Paradise Consulting

45,097

Wanbol Area

44,022

Legenda Suites

40, 000

Firing Range

36,261

Edu Palace

25,000

Go-Kart Area

21,020

EOD Area

14,763

“Blue Skeleton”

10,519

Mini-Golf Area

10,000

Aparri Electronic Corporation

8,104

Summit Hotel

3,000

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Continuous business mapping of locators and residents, resulting in billings of PhP5 M and $10 K for SBMA sublease shares

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2012 Good Governance Initiatives ACTIONS TAKEN RELATIVE TO CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS Rice Smuggling

Waste Dumping

 Additional control measure, requiring importers of restricted goods to secure the necessary

 Suspension of operations of Glenn Defense Marine and other waste service contractors, involving the collection and disposal of ship

permits from concerned government agencies prior to unloading the goods in the Freeport

sewage using sea vessels  Additional preventive measure, requiring that all such sea vessel sewage are to be collected directly from the ship at the pier and

 Suspension of concerned SBMA

officers and revamp of Seaport Department

transported by accredited landbased haulers to be treated in accredited waste treatment plants

 Suspension of involved trader/locator and subsequent cancellation its CRTE and PTO

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 Coordination with DENR and Philippine Coast Guard for imposition of appropriate penalties

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2012 Good Governance Initiatives 

Creation of Regulatory Monitoring Unit for easier inspection process for renewal of Business Permit to Operate (BPTO)

Conduct of Social Acceptability Process for RP Energy project and publication of its final report in SBMA’s website

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Management reorganization

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Launching of “COMMUNITY WATCH PROGRAM”

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Implementation of “NO PLASTIC POLICY” Continuing improvement of Freeport image through “OPERATION FACELIFT”

Set up of “PROJECT UNITY” with LGUs

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TAKING OFF Plans and Prospects for 2013


Asia’s Newest Emerging Dragon

Exchange rate improved by 3.70%

Asia’s best performing stock market

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2013 Plans and Prospects DEVELOPMENT THRUSTS AND ACTION PLANS 1)

Maximize Seaport and Airport capacity utilization

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Aggressively promote tourism programs and build new tourism infrastructure

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Develop idle properties and lease out remaining available lands

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Streamline locator procedures to make them more “customer-friendly”

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2013 Plans and Prospects DEVELOPMENT THRUSTS AND ACTION PLANS

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Implement new Rationalization Plan and long overdue salary increases

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Complete financial re-structuring plan

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Launch new corporate website

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Expand SBMA territory through EO 675 to provide land for new industrial locators

11)

Purchase badly needed equipment for security, maintenance and infrastructure

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2013 Plans and Prospects PRIORITY SHOPPING LIST ITEM

COST PhP50 M

RFID Gate Security System CCTV System

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IT Enterprise Resource Planning System

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LED and other service vehicles

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Dump trucks & garbage trucks

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Harbor patrol boats

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2013 Plans and Prospects SEAPORT PROJECTS  Aggressive marketing by Maritime Technical Working Group for

increased utilization of New Container Terminals 1 and 2 as an alternate port to decongest Manila  Second VALE iron ore transshipment operations  Opening of feeder lines to Singapore and Japan  Redevelopment of NSD portion  New ship building projects in Redondo Peninsula

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2013 Plans and Prospects

AIRPORT PROJECTS  Aggressive marketing for general aviation,

aircraft repair, jet charters, etc.  Astro Air International, Inc.’s Taiwan-Subic-

Taiwan commercial flights twice a week  Balikatan exercises at SBIA’s South West

and South East Aprons  Department of National Defense

to occupy small portion of SBIA under commercial terms  Application of EO 271 to be able to take a

portion of the 16 transit flights of Air Macau to Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand, and divert these to Subic

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2013 Plans and Prospects SUBIC BAY AS A TOP TOURIST DESTINATION Completion and Operations in 2013

Under Construction Legenda Hotel & Casino

TOTAL

600 rooms

Buma Subic

35 rooms

Rock Crystal Hotel

200 rooms

Freeport Mansions

65 rooms

Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel

1,000 hotel rooms

100 rooms

Freeport Elite

80 condotel units

Segara Residences

120 condotel units

6 condotel units

Mora Moto

34 condotel units A total of 1,120 additional rooms

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2013 Plans and Prospects TOURISM Subic Bay as Theme Park Capital of the Philippines  Boardwalk Water Park  Subic Aviary and Bird Park

 Holy Land Subic Sanctuary &

Theme Park  Treetop Adventure Expansion

 Moonbay Marina’s River Walk

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2013 Plans and Prospects TOURISM Subic Bay as the country’s top sports tourism site  Continuation of current sports events

in sailing, marathon, triathlon, boxing, cycling, beach volleyball and water sports  Completion of Binictican golf course  Manny Pacquiao’s Sports Complex  Minanga Golf Course  Muy Thai, UFC, American Football

special events

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2013 Plans and Prospects TOURISM Boardwalk Development Project  Resom Resort Hotel and Casino  Legenda Hotel and Casino  Prospective developers for “blue skeleton”, Boardwalk area, and SBMA offices block

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2013 Plans and Prospects TOURISM West Ilanin Redevelopment Project  Resom Villas & Spa Resort

Central Business District  New Royal Choices shopping center  Harbor Point Transport Terminal and Retail Area

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2013 Plans and Prospects INDUSTRIAL LEASES

REGULATORY

 Expansion of SBMA territory

 Creation of joint SBMA –BOC

Technical Working Group to more effectively combat smuggling  Streamlining of business processes to reduce requirements and improve delivery of services  Amendments to existing agreements with other agencies or implementation of new agreements  Enhancement of safety culture through CommunityWatch campaign and intensified LED security activities

through EO 675 in Redondo and Hermosa area for new ship builders and industrial locators  Belgium-based Enfinity

Philippines Renewable Resources, Inc. (Solar power generation facility

to be operated by one of the world’s leading developers of solar photovoltaic [PV] projects)

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2013 STRATEGIC PLAN SUMMARY  Maximize land use potential of the Freeport  Aggressively pursue JICA recommendation to use Subic

as alternate port to decongest Manila  Develop the airport for general aviation, aircraft repair, jet

charters and other allied aviation activities  Fully exploit tourism potential by creating new attractions

and destinations, promoting MICE, sports and theme parks to attract more tourists  Invest in new equipment and infrastructure needed to

support SBMA’s strategic initiatives above  Improve the Agency’s financial performance further to

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GOOD GOVERNANCE MAKES GOOD BUSINESS.

“THE BEST IS YET TO COME…”


SOFA 2013