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MANILA, Philippines – Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim envisions turning the Philippine capital into an international financial hub. 
In a statement, Lim said there are on-going talks with the national government for the building of a $4-billion financial center in Manila. 
The financial center in Manila will generate at least 150,000 jobs for residents, Lim said. 
He said the center will also have shopping malls, high-rise residential towers and other business establishments, which will boost Philippine tourism.
“Ako, may vision.  Ang wala ako, bisyo” said Lim, who is running for his third term as mayor.
The Manila mayor presented the blueprint of the “Global Financial Hub” which will be built under the “Manila Bay South Harbor Expanded Port Zone Project”. The project is backed by South Korean investors led by Incheon Metropolitan City international adviser Rev. Dr. Jeon Dae Gu and  Easy Led Corp. Philippines president Man Young Yoon. Incheon, South Korea is the sister-city of Manila. 
Lim said the financial hub will be built at no cost to the government.

Read more: Lim: Gov’t in talks for $4-B financial center in Manila – ABS CBN News

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