Improved ease of doing business in Clark Aerospace Complex
Business is expected to resume inside the government-owned Clark Civil Aviation Complex due to improved ease of doing business, the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) said on Thursday.
“As we navigate the new normal setup, the Ease of Doing Business policies will rightly serve as a springboard for our existing and future locators to quickly recover from the business disruption and loss of revenue caused by the pandemic,” CIAC President Aaron Aquino said in a statement.
Aquino added that the agency’s policies ensure the registration and rental processes are transparent and streamlined with fewer document requirements and fewer steps for less processing time.
The statement was made after a recent video-link meeting of CIAC leaders with Anti-Bureaucracy Authority staff on the regulatory management system and regulatory impact assessment issues.
Aquino, a former police general, said his marching orders to the CIAC leadership team are “to simply abide by the 3-7-20 rule: ensure simple transactions are completed in three days, complex transactions in seven days and highly technical transactions in 20 days.
CIAC has operationalized these measures since President Rodrigo Duterte approved Republic Act 11032, or the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018.
“By facilitating business transactions, we will be able to create an ideal destination for investors and improve the business climate here at Clark, renew our competitiveness, encourage more foreign investment and also promote recovery. post-pandemic economy,” Aquino said. .
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