With Philippines projected to become one of the fast-growing economies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), education will definitely play a more important role in producing a high-quality workforce for future jobs.

“Education remains a top priority for Intel, because we believe that young people will be vital to solving global challenges in the future,” said Uday Marty, managing director of Intel South East Asia.

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