MAKATI CITY - A Guam-Philippine Business Council has been formed to push forward and strengthen trade and investments ties between businessmen from both countries.This developed after the successful mounting of the Guam Trade Mission in Manila held from June 30 to July 2 which opened with a conference at the Renaissance Hotel in Makati City.In an interview with the Journal Peter R. Sgro Jr. president of International Group Inc. one of the primary movers of the 20-man trade mission to Manila said: "The conference exceeded our expectations. The attendance of the executive level representatives of the [Philippine . . .
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