Subic Bay Gateway Park (SBGP) is an indicator project that well manifests CDC’s capability in industrial real estate development. It was established in the backdrop of Taiwan government’s “Go South Policy" in the 90s, with the aim to encourage Taiwanese enterprises to invest in foreign markets.
The park covers 300 ha. of land, hosting 147 companies, including Wistron, EZSET, TECO, Tailin, Taiwan HITACHI, and Taian. SBGP is the biggest foreign investment project in the Philippines. Its annual FOB exports amount to 500 million USD, and it is the largest job market in the area with a total of 12,500 technical employees, contributing greatly to economic development.