With almost P5 billion in collection since the start of the year, the figure could well be the city’s biggest revenue collection in the City Treasure’s Office’s (CTO) history.
Technology experts, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts will come together for the launch of Geeks Unplugged on July 14 at Costa Marina, Samal.
In addition to indorsing a more active food and beverage exchange between Philippines and Indonesia, organizers of the 2nd Indonesia Expo said they will also promote direct trading of goods to revitalize the Davao-General Santos-Bitung trade route launched last year.
Despite the ongoing implementation of the closed fishing season along the Davao Gulf, global warming, and climate change could potentially decrease the production of the fishing industry in the region.
After a day’s worth of observing the dry-run of the one-way traffic scheme for the proposed widening of Talomo Bridge 2, the City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) has decided to put on hold the project until all other road development in the area are completed.
Marking its 50th founding anniversary, the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (DCCCII) will stage the largest and longest running trade expo in Southern Philippines this coming September 20-22, 2018.
The City Council has ordered public and private agencies involved in the management of the Maa Slaughterhouse to take immediate action and respond to the complaint that the operation has been causing inconvenience among the residents in the area.
The City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) will soon implement a 20-second parking period for public vehicles to embark and disembark their passengers along the streets of Davao City.
The Philippine Mining Development Corporation (PMDC) has issued an execution order of its earlier cease-and-desist order (CDO), this time to finally order all gold processing activities away from the mining area of Diwalwal.
The Davao City Transportation and Traffic Management Office has conducted the bidding of projects worth P11 Million for the repair and upgrading of defective traffic lights in the city.