Crab Mentality? Megawide-GMR And The Mactan Cebu International Airport Saga

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Crab mentality? Philippine Star columnist Andrew Masigan poses questions about allegations regarding the Megawide-GMR Consortium operating the now highly successful and lauded Mactan Cebu International Airport. As Megawide does its part in answering the allegations, it serves to find out as well where these accusations are coming from.

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