MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is now back from his four-day trip in Singapore, the Palace said on Monday morning.
Based on the President’s published schedule, he was set to return to the Philippines on Sunday but Malacañang did not confirm his arrival until this morning.
Marcos has been in Singapore since September 13 for the 10th Asian Conference, where he delivered a speech inviting foreign investors and global leaders to invest in the Philippines.
The Palace said he brought home P11 billion worth of investment pledges from Singapore-based multinational technology company Dyson.
Marcos spent his 66th birthday in Singapore on September 13 and watched the finals of Formula One Singapore Grand Prix 2023 reportedly upon the invitation of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
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