The delegation of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe was briefed about Mindanao’s investment potentials, an official said.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday urged the member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to maintain both “unity and cooperation” which he recognized as crucial for the collective success of the ASEAN.
A militant lawmaker believes that adding taxes to collect is not the solution for the government to gain more funds.
The government’s key economic officials pitched in several points to entice Japanese investors during the Philippines-Japan Business Forum held at the Waterfront Insular Hotel on Friday, this city.
A city councilor on Wednesday revealed that some areas in Davao don’t have any access to potable water.
Out of the 38,000 business permits, the city’s Business Bureau has processed more than 21,000 permits and released more than 4,000 as of Wednesday, Jan. 11.
A fire of still unknown origin gutted out an estimate of P3 million worth of properties on Thursday afternoon inside the soon to open mall of Gaisano Capitol in Barangay Mintal here.
A total of 14 villages in this city are experiencing a “severe infestation” of flies, a city councilor said on Wednesday.
The Department of Budget and Management issued Monday a new budget circular for the implementation of the second tranche of wage hike for civilian personnel, military and uniformed personnel
A coconut advocate campaigns for the replanting of coconut trees to sustain the needs of different industries and to help boost Philippine economy.