- Rubén Camba, ACCIONA’s director of Infrastructure in Southeast Asia, attended the conference organized by Casa Asia and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines.
On February 8, ACCIONA took part in the 9th Spain-Philippines Tribune. The event was organized by Casa Asia and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines, in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of Spain, the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines, the embassies of both countries and the support of the Cervantes Institute.
The purpose of the forum was to strengthen bilateral relations, especially in the economic sphere, but also in the academic and cultural areas, as well as to explore opportunities for cooperation and strengthen relations between the respective civil societies. This year's edition was divided into five roundtables over two days, bookended by an opening and closing session.
Rubén Camba, ACCIONA’s director of Infrastructure in Southeast Asia, participated in one of the first roundtable discussions on infrastructure development opportunities in the Philippines.
Among the topics discussed during the two days were the bilateral economic interests between Spain and the Philippines, the role of both countries in the Indo-Pacific region, and the ecological transition.
The Forum was attended by the undersecretary for Migrant Workers Affairs of the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines, Eduardo José A. de Vega; the president of the Philippines-Spain Business Council, José C. Ibazeta; the director of Casa Asia, Javier Parrondo; the director of the Cervantes Institute, Luis García Moreno; and the undersecretary for Foreign and International Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, Ángeles Moreno, who was in charge of closing this ninth edition of the Spain-Philippines Tribune.