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01 Jul

MSMEs seen to benefit most from Asean econ integration

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines must weed out the key challenges faced by micro-, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to strengthen their role as a key economic growth driver...

01 Jul

Exporters: Sasa port modernization long overdue

EXPORTERS from Davao Region said on Monday they are not against the modernization and privatization of Sasa Port for as long as it can boost the local economy. But...

01 Jul

Public spending for infra, capital outlay up 40% in April

MANILA, Philippines – Public spending for infrastructure and capital outlay surged by more than 40 percent to P23.3 billion in April as the government tried to catch up on...

01 Jul

SME trade expo opens July 3

THE Davao City Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Council (MSMEC), in partnership with Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industries Inc. (DCCCII), will stage the 2015 MSME Trade...

01 Jul

Experts to provide advanced knowledge in Trade Expo 2015

THE Davao Trade Expo (Date) 2015 is set to bring in foreign and local experts on trade and agriculture to provide advanced knowledge and latest technological innovations for participants....

15 Jun

Sen. Marcos told to include his father’s atrocities against Moros in his version of BBL

QUEZON CITY (MindaNews / 11 June) – A human rights group wants Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr., in his version of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law, to include the alleged...

15 Jun

PCCI welcomes Competition Act ratification

THE country’s largest business organization, Philippine Chambers of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), has welcomed the bicameral ratification of Philippine Competition Act or the Fair Trade Act noting that it...

10 Jun

WTO cites need for PHL to upgrade food sanitary controls

THE PHILIPPINES, alongside its developing neighbors in Southeast Asia, has some catching up to do to in implementing sanitary measures on agricultural trade, according to the World Trade Organization...

10 Jun

Mindanao leaders see fall in cargo costs if new law passes

DAVAO CITY — Mindanao business leaders expect to benefit from lower shipping costs if the Cabotage Law amendments are signed into law by President Benigno S. C. Aquino III....

10 Jun

Phl first non-Muslim country to adopt harmonized halal standards

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines will be the first non-Muslim country to adopt harmonized halal product standards being set by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation-Standards and Metrology Institute for...