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Cagayan Economic Zone Authority

The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) is a government owned and controlled corporation that was created by virtue of Republic Act 7922, otherwise known as the “Cagayan Special Economic Zone Act of 1995?. It was authored by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, a native of Cagayan Province, and approved by then President Fidel V. Ramos. It has been tasked to manage and supervise the development of the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport (CSEZFP). From 1997 up to the present, CEZA continues to initiate several projects to promote development in the CSEZFP. As an economic zone, it aims to develop the whole area into a self-sustaining industrial, commercial investment, financial and tourism-recreational center and, likewise, with suitable retirement / residential areas. As a Freeport, it operates as a separate customs territory similar to Hong Kong, Singapore, Lubuan in Malaysia and Hamburg in Germany. It is envisioned to be a major transshipment point for trade in the Asia-Pacific rim. In this light, it now opens itself to interesting business opportunities with attractive incentives and advantages for interested investors that would like to register in CEZA. These developments are all deemed toward attracting legitimate and productive local and foreign investments and, thus, creating employment opportunities in and around the Freeport.

Address
Administration Complex, Centro
Santa Ana, Cagayan Valley
Philippines

Main Phone:
+63 (2) 636-2392
Main Phone:
+63 (2) 636-5774
Main Phone:
+63 (2) 747-3058
Main Phone:
+63 (78) 844-9880
Fax:
+63 (78) 846-2165
Fax:
+63 (2) 631-3997

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Personnel
 
Ramon M Lopez
Chairman
 
Raul L Lambino
Chief Executive Officer
 
Jose D Balagan
Board Member
 
Jaime Roque Escaño
Board Member
 
Ernesto J Fueconcillo
Board Member
 
Katrina C Ponce-Enrile
Board Member
 
Joy Catherine Alameda
Corporate Board Secretary