Farewell Luncheon for Philippine Ambassador to the United States H.E. Jose Cuisia Jr.
Ambassadors and embassy officials from the ASEAN countries, along with U.S. State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Southeast Asia W. Patrick Murphy and US-ASEAN Business Council President & CEO Alexander Feldman, attended a farewell luncheon for H.E. Jose Cuisia, Jr., Philippine Ambassador to the United States, hosted by the USABC on May 18.
Roundtable Discussion with President Aquino of the Philippines, May 6, Chicago
President Aquino and his cabinet exchange perspectives with the US business community during a one-day visit to Chicago. 
Council Member The Coca-Cola Company receives the U.S. State Department’s 2014 ACE Award for their work in the Philippines, December 9, 2014
Council Member The Coca-Cola Company receives the U.S. State Department’s 2014 ACE Award for their work in the Philippines, December 9, 2014
Ahmet Bozer of the Coca-Cola Company receives the U.S. State Department’s 2014 Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE) from Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Catherine Novelli for providing disaster relief services to areas devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
2014 Business Mission to the Philippines, October 22 – 23, 2014
2014 Business Mission to the Philippines, October 22 – 23, 2014
Council President & CEO Alexander Feldman meets with Feliciano Belmonte, Speaker of the Philippines’ House of Representatives,  during the Council’s 2014 Business Mission to the Philippines.
Roundtable Discussion with Executive Director of the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines, October 17, Washington, DC
Roundtable Discussion with Executive Director of the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines, October 17, Washington, DC

Cosette Canilao, Executive Director of the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines, joined Philippine Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia Jr., Bill Lane of Council Infrastructure Chair Caterpillar and Council President & CEO Alex Feldman to discuss U.S. companies’ engagement of infrastructure projects in the Philippines.