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Sec. Lopez toasts for the biggest business matching event in PH.
Php5.7B Purefoods Hormel Project gets BOI nod.
Lopez assures trade and industry growth to PH executives.
Chinese delegation explores investment opportunities in PH.
DTI welcomes new Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC) President Dave Almarinez.
PH, ROK trade ministers discuss trade, economic cooperation.
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ASEAN-China Center supports DTI’S agenda in ASEAN.
Pushing Competitiveness, Comparative Advantage of PH Industries
Promoting inclusive business, building communities.
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1,000 MSMEs to get free trademark registration incentive package.
Robinsons Place Manila to ‘Go Lokal!’ soon.
Pushing P3, Regulating 5-6.
DTI partners with PCW, WomenBizPH for the hosting of ASEAN Women's Business Conference.
Increasing Public Awareness: Free \"Tax Komiks\" in Negosyo Centers Soon.
PRRD’s micro-financing fund now in Tacloban.
Formal Launching of the ASEAN 2017 Business and Investment Program.
CityMall to Go Lokal! soon.
BOI awards registration certificates to JG Summit Petrochemical Corp.
Strengthening Philippines-Japan Business Relations.
New BOI Governor Jaime Aristotle B. Alip.
DTI launches P3, new financing opportunities in Mindoro.
Belgium seeks to expand business presence in PH.
PH strengthens trade ties with Russia.
Sec. Lopez toasts for the biggest business matching event in PH.Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez (4th from L) shared the toast with President of Security Bank Corporation Alfonso L. Salcedo (4th from R) and MUFG Corporate Finance & Strategic Advisory Division Mr. Makoto Kobayashi (3rd from L) yesterday (22 February) for the successful business matching event organized by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MUFG). In celebration of the securing its full banking license in the Philippines, MUFG gathered more than 85 MSMEs for the largest, and first of its kind business matching event in the country which resulted to 200 meetings overall. “In line with the president’s advocacy, the government will continue to promote investments and protect investments.” said Secretary Lopez. Participating companies in the event  are from the distribution and manufacturing industry, healthcare and medical equipment, real estate and development, and agricultural and seafood products. Joining the event are 53 Japanese, 31 Philippine, two Thai and one Vietnamese company, which aims to increase the opportunity to promote cross-border trade. Joining the Secretary were Economic Minister of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines Mr. Makoto Iyori (3rd from R) and senior officials from MUFG and Security Bank Corporation.
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