PolyGram in Philippines venture

Gorospe, Marc
July 1993
Billboard;7/10/93, Vol. 105 Issue 28, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on PolyGram's joint venture in the Philippines, Poly-Cosmic. PolyGram as the third multinational to graduate from a licensing deal in the country; Ownership divided among Filipino businessmen and Polygram; Ramon Chuaying as Cosmic head; Local talent Regine Velasquez in a duet with international singer Paul Anka; Providing as many opportunities for Filipino talents in the international scene.


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