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Back Book Title You Can’t Save 80 Million Filipinos! But You Can Build Me a Park

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You Can’t Save 80 Million Filipinos! But You Can Build Me a Park
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- Roberto “Bobby” E. Aboitiz & Mathias “Bube” G. Mendezona
- Philippines
- University of San Carlos Press, Philippines
- 9789715391269
- 2018
- xii, 128p. Includes Index
- 250 gms.
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Matthias Mendezona is a prize winning poet and accomplished author of a personal memoir How Sweet the Mango, No but he now co-authors a book with his late friend and business associate Roberto Bobby Aboitiz, with the intriguing title, You Can’t Save 80 Million Filipinos, but You Can Build Me a Park In this pithy tome, Mendezona recounts the experience of working together with the Aboitiz family an influential Filipino business clan based in the central Philippine province of Cebu and a Japanese partner to build what would become one of the biggest ship building sites in the region The book is valuable from several perspectives as a personal memoir relating the difficulties of establishing a greenfields industry in a developing country with its peculiar hydra of tradition, politics, bureaucracy, corruption etc. while raising one’s family and building one’s own career as a case study which could be taken up in a business school and the detailed observation of dealing with the many factors and varied role players involved in the transformation of an underdeveloped town into a competitive global role player in the shipping industry With a modern approach of including telling and relevant personal e mails, detailing ruminations on the factors which keep a country uncompetitive in a global economy, recording poignant moments of struggling towards success while grappling with social and even personal problems, the book could have a broad audience of Filipinos and foreigners alike as well as businessmen, investors and laymen....

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