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Court orders Piatco to pay PH gov't P300M for arbitration costs

Feb 03, 2017 - 12:52 PM

This is the latest development in the legal battle between an airport consortium and the Philippine government over the ownership of NAIA 3

DECADE-OLD BATTLE. The NAIA 3 contract was awarded to Piatco in 1997 during the Ramos administration; but it was declared irregular by the Arroyo government in 2002, due to allegations that the consortium violated the Anti-Dummy Law. Photo by Carabaopower on Wikimedia Commons

Aquino: PH to get $500M soft loan from South Korea

Dec 13, 2014 - 11:20 AM

Fresh from an overnight trip to South Korea President Benigno Aquino III reports more good news to the people

GOOD NEWS. A happy President Benigno Aquino III arrives from an overnight trip to South Korea on December 12, 2014. Photo from Malacañang Photo Bureau

Despite NAIA-3 saga, Fraport eyes PH deals

Feb 08, 2013 - 6:38 AM

The German firm scorned by its disaster investment in a Manila airport project over a decade ago wants a fresh start but on one condition: just compensation for its NAIA 3 expenses

PAST SINS. Fraport presses on payment for this airport facility, which the German firm and Filipino partner built but the Philippine government took over more than a decade ago. This file photo by Lala Rimando shows manual handling at NAIA-3's baggage handling area

Germany, PH want to move on from NAIA 3 row

Feb 07, 2013 - 5:47 PM

Germany’s Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle and his 12 man business delegation arrive in Manila for talks with the Philippine government on a number of issues including the long standing dispute over the Manila airport

MOTHBALLED. A journalist strolls the departure grounds of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3, which was mothballed for 6 years until 2008 due to structural and legal issues. AFP Photo