The overall employment rate in Davao region improved to 95.5 percent with 1.993 million employed individuals compared to the 94.2 percent with 1.924 million employed individuals in 2015.
The tourism sector has spurred Davao economy as the number of tourists visited the region breached the two million mark, an official from the National Economic and Development Authority said on Friday.
The National Economic and Development Authority said the unilateral ceasefire declared by the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front boosted investor confidence in the region.
The Department of Agrarian Reform welcomed the resolution by the Eight Division of the Court of Appeals last Jan. 6, denying the Lapanday Food Corporation of its application for a temporary restraining order in the recent conflict with a banana growers cooperative in Tagum City.
Local telecommunication companies and power utility lines here are urged to comply with the city’s underground cabling plan after the Davao City Council on Tuesday passed on third and final reading a new ordinance that will cover the next phase of implementation for this year’s underground cabling plan.
The Philippine Competition Commission warned cartels that they are under the radar as it claimed to intensify crackdown against monopolies and promote fair competition to small and big businesses in the country.
The city government of Tagum inaugurated several multimillion peso infrastructure projects, aiming to expand the city’s industrial growth and strengthen its investment viability.
DAVAO CITY – The city’s Public Employment Service Office will be offering more programs and services to all job seekers….
Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang of the 2nd district said residents in his jurisdiction have no access to water from the Davao City Water District for almost a month.
The National Food Authority said on Monday that they would continue to import rice because the rice produced by local farmers are insufficient to supply the entire Davao region.