DTI sees stronger PHL-Taiwan economic relations
With the opening of Taiwan Trade Center’s (TTC) 60th overseas office in Manila on Wednesday (December 4), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) expects a robust trade and investment position for the Philippines and Taiwan.
DTI urged exporters to gear up for AEC 2015
The Department of Trade Industry (DTI) advised Philippine exporters to prepare and consider the opportunities offered by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Economic Community by 2015.
DTI seizes 685 Christmas lights sets, steps up drive against substandard Christmas lights
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) confiscated about 685 sets of alleged substandard Christmas lights from sellers during its simultaneous enforcement activities in the cities of San Juan and Muntinlupa as part of the agency's intensified efforts against selling and proliferation of substandard Christmas lights in the market.
Statement of Secretary of Trade and Industry Gregory L. Domingo on DTI Diskwento Caravan in Yolanda-affected areas
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has been conducting Diskwento Caravans (Discount Caravans) for many years to sell goods to consumers at discounted prices. It is a public service conducted by DTI in partnership with big manufacturer and/or distributors. It is also an act of public service by the manufacturers and distributors as most of them do not make money on their Diskwento Caravan Activities.
Trade activity stabilizing in Samar
In overseeing the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) efforts to provide consumers access to discounted basic goods in typhoon-devastated cities of Samar, DTI local officials found that commerce in these communities have started to normalize.