latest from Davao Business
THE regional office of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) warned the public Tuesday morning, January 17 not to eat, gather and sell any seafood from Balite Bay in Mati City, Davao Oriental.
A SPUR in investments is seen to continue to take place in Davao City brought about the recent international spotlight, the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (DCCCII) said.
THE Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) reported that they have reduced end of contractualization (Endo)-related cases in the Philippines by 50 percent as of December 2016.
THE Department of Tourism (DOT) has increased its targeted foreign tourist arrivals by two million for 2017.
ALSONS Aquaculture Corporation, exporter of Sarangani Bay premium bangus, is planning to build an export processing zone in their 1,200-hectare property in Alabel, Sarangani.
ART and business can go together. This is proved by an emerging dainty crafts and design shop – the Artisan Paperie along V. Mapa, Davao City (beside Yellow Hauz near Mabini Street).
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte raised a record-breaking, all time-high amount of Official Development Assistance (ODA) for the Philippines at close to P1-trillion just seven months of his administration.
QUALITY Coffee is the key.
The local coffee industry with government organizations are bent on elevating the quality of coffee in the country to seize opportunities in local and global economy.
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