But the ruling could have gone against the government if the judge followed his technical advisers
In a proposed agreement that has yet to be made fully public, Manuel V. Pangilinan’s company is offering to pay the government about P1.2 billion a year for the right to manage and collect revenues for up to 33 years from the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), the Philippines’ longest toll road completed in 2008.
Amendments in the supply contract for the North Luzon Railway (Northrail), former President Gloria Arroyo’s biggest planned infrastructure project, have increased the cost to complete the 80-kilometer rail link between Manila and Central Luzonto $1.8 billion, potentially making it the most expensive government project since the mothballed $6 billion nuclear power plant in Bataan.
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