By: Elena Grace Flores
UNTV News and Rescue
[VIDEO]: PBBM Looks Closely on Nuclear Power Plant Offer of South Korea
Shortage of Electricity
The country’s cost of electricity is one of the highest in Asia. The late President Ferdinand Marcos built the Bataan nuclear power plant but his predecessors did not continue it despite of his plea. Now that his son, Bongbong Marcos is the president, he’s looking closely at South Korea’s offer to revive it.
South Korea’s Offer
South Korea already sent their team of experts for the inspection of the power plant in Bataan. They are expected to make a proposal for their recommendations. PBBM is quite open to this. He believes that the advanced technology available nowadays can prevent past disasters to happen. So, Filipinos can have cheaper electricity.
Leaders from different countries are racing to greet the victory of PBBM in the recent elections. Presumptive President Marcos said that all of them already recognized his leadership. In fact, most of them already have propositions for their continued bilateral relationships may it be through trade, economic, or any alliances. He welcomes all of them for as long as they are for mutual benefit.