SM Investments ready to benefit from infrastructure plan
Frederic DyBuncio, the president of the Philippine retail and real estate conglomerate SM Investments, says President Rodrigo Duterte's massive infrastructure plans will benefit SM, but SM won't be entering the infrastructure sector just yet.
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