The Arangkada Philippines Project (TAPP) is a four-year, Php41 million ($1 million) project - with additional funding from AmCham - is a comprehensive project advocacy paper that encapsulates the purpose of improving the investment climate and economic growth in the Philippines. With 471 recommendations for the Seven Big Winner Sectors: agriculture, business process outsourcing, creative industries, infrastructure, manufacturing & logistics, mining, and tourism, it seeks to enable policy makers and business leaders achieve more competitive and inclusive growth. The project aims to enhance growth of key economic reform sectors, conduct research into economic reforms and advocates for reforms to create a better business environment and strengthen the investment climate.
TAPP implements the Joint Foreign Chambers of the Philippines’ recommendations to accelerate economic growth under the Partnership for Growth (PFG). A White House initiative, the PFG represents a partnership between the Philippines and the United States to promote broad-based and inclusive growth. The U.S. Government is working with the Government of the Philippines, the private sector and civil society organization to help put the Philippines on an accelerated growth trajectory that benefits the majority of its population. Activities of the partnership included:
|Location||Philippines, East Asia and Pacific|
|Value||USD 2.5 Million|