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Comprehensive and Integrated Infrastructure Program

Philippines Development Forum

Cebu City, Philippines

March 8, 2007


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Promoting Global Competitiveness and Exports to Create Jobs

To strengthen and sustain our global competitiveness and create

10 million jobs, we will focus on five strategic measures:

  • Make food plentiful at reasonable prices to make our labor cost globally competitive.

  • Reduce cost of electricity to make cost of running our machines and our manufacturing processes regionally competitive.

  • Modernize physical infrastructure and logistics system at least cost to ensure efficient movement of goods and people.

  • Mobilize and disseminate knowledge to upgrade our technologies and increase our people’s productivity.

  • Reduce red tape in all government agencies to reduce transaction costs.


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National Government

National Government

National Government

Private Sector

Private Sector

Private Sector

PhP848.5 B

PhP848.5 B

PhP848.5 B

PhP663.2 B

PhP663.2 B

PhP663.2 B

42.8%

42.8%

42.8%

33.4%

33.4%

33.4%

Other Sources

Other Sources

Other Sources

PhP86.7B

PhP86.7B

PhP86.7B

4.4%

4.4%

4.4%

LGUs

LGUs

LGUs

GFIs

GFIs

GFIs

PhP44.4 B

PhP44.4 B

PhP44.4 B

PhP3.7B

PhP3.7B

PhP3.7B

GOCCs

GOCCs

GOCCs

2.2%

2.2%

2.2%

0.2%

0.2%

0.2%

PhP337.3 B

PhP337.3 B

PhP337.3 B

17%

17%

17%

CIIP Investment Requirement by Financing Source

Total investments = PhP 1,983.9 billion


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Spill

Spill

-

-

over

over

implementation

implementation

of some projects

of some projects

P605

P605

Total 2006

Total 2006

-

-

2010 =

2010 =

beyond 2010 can

beyond 2010 can

be accelerated.

be accelerated.

Budget

Budget

Surplus

Surplus

(2006-2010)

(2006-2010)

P175.3

P175.3

Total CIIP

Total CIIP

Total

Total

Req

Req

t

t

. 2006

. 2006

-

-

2010

2010

Req

Req

t

t

. beyond 2010

. beyond 2010

`

`

(2006-2010+)

(2006-2010+)

P848.5

P848.5

P429.7

P429.7

P418.8

P418.8

0

0

100

100

200

200

300

300

400

400

500

500

600

600

700

700

800

800

900

900

-

-

(PhP Billion)

(PhP Billion)

National Government Total Budget Requirement (CIIP vs. DBM Proposed Budget 2006-2010)

-


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Criteria for Selection

(List of Selected Priority Infrastructure Projects)

  • Must be in the Comprehensive and Integrated Infrastructure Program (CIIP)/SONA

  • Ready-to-Go Projects

  • c) Reasonable Rate of Return

  • d) No Major Issues

  • e) High Socio-economic impact


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  • 1. BICOL EMERGENCY POWER RESTORATION PROJECT

    • (Facilities damaged by typhoon Reming)

  • Description:

    • Component 1: Installation of temporary

    • 230 KV by-pass sections & repair of 887

    • wooden & steel poles.

    • Component 2: Replacement of 116 toppled

    • steel towers & repair of other damages to

    • substation facilities & equipment.

  • Implementing Agency:TRANSCO

  • Total Project Cost:PhP 1,115 Million

  • Financing Mode: Loan

  • Implementation Period: Immediate

  • Remarks:Approved in principle by ICC-CC on 13 December 2006

  • due to emergency nature.

Location:

Bicol Region


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Location:


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Project Location

3. PANGUIL BAY BRIDGE

Description:

Construction of main bridge,

approach viaducts, & approach

roads that provide direct

transport link between Central

Mindanao & Northern Mindanao.

Implementing Agency:DPWH

Total Project Cost: PhP 2,670.92 Million

Financing Mode: GOP/PPP

Implementation Period:2007-2010

Remarks:Project approved by the ICC on 18 January 2007.

Misamis

Occidental

Tangub

Tubod

Lanao Del

Norte


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4. BINAN-SUCAT 230 KV T/L PROJECT

Description:Installation of an additional

14 kms of 230 kV line at Biñan & Sucat

substations to increase the power transfer

capacity of the existing Biñan-Sucat line.

Implementing Agency:TRANSCO

Total Project Cost:PhP 870.43 Million

Financing Mode: Loan or PPP

Implementation Period: 2007-2008

Remarks:Approved by the ICC – CC on 15 February 2007.

FIRR = 28.23%; FNPV = PhP 5.62 B at WACC = 11.67%

EIRR = 63.54%; ENPV = PhP 35.47 B at SDR = 15%

Location:

Sucat,Paranaque

& Binan, Laguna


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LRT 1 North Extension

Existing Light Rail Network:

MRT 3

(North EDSA-Taft)

Existing Light Rail Network:

MRT 3

(North EDSA-Taft)

LRT Line 1

(Monumento-Baclaran)

Proposed for Construction:

LRT Line 1

(Monumento-Baclaran)

Line 1 North Extension

(Monumento-North EDSA)

Proposed for Construction:

Line 1 North Extension

(Monumento-North EDSA)

NCR


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6.NORTHRAIL-SOUTHRAIL LINKAGE PROJECT

(Alabang to Calamba, 27.1 kms) Phase II

Description:Rehabilitation of the

Existing 27.105 km into a double

track railway & the acquisition of

five (5) new 3-car train sets.

Implementing Agency: DOTC / PNR

Total Project Cost: PhP 4,520.93

Million

Financing Mode: Loan

Implementation Period: 2007-2010

Remarks: Approved by ICC on

13 December 2006.

EIRR = 18.39%;

NPV @ 15% = PhP 871.6 M


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Existing Light Rail Network:

LRT Line 1

(Monumento-Baclaran)

Proposed for Construction:

Line 1 South Extension/Line 6

(Baclaran-Bacoor)

NCR

LRT Line 6


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8. AGNO RIVER INTEGRATED IRRIGATION PROJECT

Description:Rehabilitation of Agno

River Irrigation System (ARIS) &

Ambayaoan-Dipalo River Irrigation

System (ADRIS) with a total of

34,450 has. service areas in

Pangasinan, Region I. Rice

production is projected to increase

by 120,000 metric tons per year

benefiting around 28,000 farm families.

Implementing Agency:

National Irrigation Administration (NIA)

Total Project Cost:PhP 7,861.86 Million

Financing Mode: Loan

Implementation Period: 2007-2009

Remarks:Already approved by the NEDA Board.

Location:

Pangasinan, Region I

(service area)


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10. QUIRINO HIGHWAY

Description:

Improvement/rehabilitation of the existing

91.192 km road, of which 69.537 km is

Proposed for improvement to PCCP &

application of Asphalt Concrete (AC)

overlay, & the remaining 21.655 km PCC

pavement in good condition for application

of AC only.

Implementing Agency: DPWH

Total Project Cost:PhP 1,621.88 Million

Financing Mode: Loan

Implementation Period: 2007-2009

Remarks: ICC-TB endorsed the projecton 5December 2006 for ICC-CC approval.

EIRR = 29.75 %; NPV @ 15% = PhP 1.205 Million

Region 5

Camarines Norte

Camarines Sur


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Micro-Economic Reforms

  • Transportation

    (Air and water services, including port services)

  • Telecommunications

  • Power


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Cost of Business

POWER: 10-25 % of costs

LOGISTICS: 25-30% of costs

TELECOMMUNICATIONS: 5% of costs


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ADB on ImprovingPhilippine Competitiveness

  • Infrastructure

    • Ranks behind Malaysia and Thailand in ICT indices

    • Power cost in RP highest compared with Thailand, China and Singapore

Comparative Indices and Rates

Source: NSCB and WESM, Senate


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ADB on ImprovingPhilippine Competitiveness

  • Logistics

    • Relative quick export time and customs clearance but highest cost to export among ASEAN and China

Trading Across Borders

Source: World Bank


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CIIP Investment Requirement by Sector

Social Infrastructure

Social Infrastructure

Social Infrastructure

PhP

PhP

PhP

177.8 B

177.8 B

177.8 B

9%

9%

9%

Support to

Support to

Support to

ARCs

ARCs

ARCs

Communications

Communications

Communications

Transportation

Transportation

Transportation

PhP18.1 B

PhP18.1 B

PhP18.1 B

PhP

PhP

PhP

33.1 B

33.1 B

33.1 B

PhP

PhP

PhP

952 B

952 B

952 B

0.9%

0.9%

0.9%

1.7%

1.7%

1.7%

Water Resources

Water Resources

Water Resources

48%

48%

48%

PhP

PhP

PhP

346.9 B

346.9 B

346.9 B

17.5%

17.5%

17.5%

Power and

Power and

Power and

Electrification

Electrification

Electrification

PhP

PhP

PhP

456 B

456 B

456 B

23%

23%

23%

Total investments = PhP 1,983.9 billion


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NG Investment Allocation of PhP429.7 B for 2006-2010 (by Super Region)

(2006 to 2010)


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Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)

Investment Effect:

  • Hotels, resorts, and other related businesses

    Competitiveness Effect:

  • Cost of Air Transport

    Total Economy:

  • Tourists Arrivals

  • Employment Generation

  • 1 million additional tourists means 1 million new jobs


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Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)

Investment Effect:

  • May discourage investment by competitors

    Competitiveness Effect:

  • Cost of Cargo Handling

  • Turnaround Time

    Total Economy:

  • Logistics Efficiency

  • Export Cost


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Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)

Investment Effect:

  • Investment in Shipping

    Competitiveness Effect:

  • Cost of Sea Transport

    Total Economy:

  • Logistics Efficiency

  • Inter-island Trading


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National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)

Investment Effect:

  • Investment in Telecommunication Facilities

  • Call Centers, BPOs

    Competitiveness Effect:

  • Cost of Telecommunications (reduced because of VOIP, but further reduction possible)

    Total Economy:

  • Business transaction costs and efficiency


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Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC)/EPIRA Legislation

Investment Effect:

  • High cost may discourage investments in machinery

    Competitiveness Effect:

  • Cost of electricity

    Total Economy:

  • Labor productivity

  • Wages/workers’ income

  • Household/consumer welfare


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Agencies Prone to Regulatory Capture

  • Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)

  • Philippine Ports Authority (PPA)

  • Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)

  • National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)

  • Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC)


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