latest from Davao Business
THE Philippine Center for Postharvest Development and Mechanization (PhilMech) is targeting to cut by five percent the rice wastage during its post-production phase.
THE City Tourism Operations Office (CTOO) is eyeing a 10 percent increase in tourist arrivals in Davao City during the summer season.
DAMAGE to agricultural crops in Davao Region has reached P120 million as of May 18, the regional office of the Department of Agriculture (DA) reported.
THREE big companies have expressed interest to bid for the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project -- the P17-billion Sasa Port modernization.
PRICES of vegetables in Davao City's main major public market have remained stable.
THE Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) in Davao Region closed down five business establishments in Davao City on Wednesday, May 20.
THE Pilipino Banana Growers and Exporters Association Inc. (PBGEA) is open to possibility of expanding banana plantations in neighboring member countries of the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (Asean).
ONLY 60 percent of the accommodation facilities in Davao City are submitting monthly occupancy reports, a Davao official said.
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