Now seen as a new growth area, the Philippines is well positioned to attract new investments that would catalyze industry growth and development. Since 2012, the DTI has focused on a new industrial policy that aims to improve the country's competitiveness and provide a business environment conducive to industry upgrading, moving up the global value chain, creating quality jobs, and attaining sustainable and inclusive growth.
By BusinessMirror -January 26, 2019 THE country is working to grow and develop industry clusters in a bid to create an inclusive innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. A policy brief released by the Department of Trade and Industry—Bureau of Trade and Industrial (DTI) Policy Research said regional inclusive innovation centers (RIICs) will build upon the existing industry clusters […]
January 24, 2019 Philippine economic growth remained stable as it grew 6.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018 from the revised 6.0 percent recorded in the third quarter. This steady performance—the seventh consecutive year that the Philippine economy sustained its growth of more than 6.0 percent—brings our 2018 full-year growth to 6.2 percent. This […]
Mabuhay Vinyl Corporation (MVC) is the first and largest chlor-alkali producer in the Philippines. It is the Philippines’ leading manufacturer of caustic soda and hydrochloric acid and the only company that produces chlorine for commercial purposes. Also, the company supplies more than 50% of the country’s requirement for sodium hypochlorite. Investing in the Philippines MVC […]
Establishing in the Philippines In 1955, amidst a boom in the Philippine economy, the Andres Soriano Corporation (ANSCOR) forged a partnership with Phelps Dodge International Corporation (PDIC). The merger brought together a common goal between the two corporations to provide the highest quality standards in electric wire and cable products manufactured in their plant located […]
Pacific Traders & Manufacturing Corporation has been producing quality furniture for more than 40 years. Founded in August 23, 1973 by Hugo C. Streegan Jr., Pacific Traders started as traders and exporting rattan poles to the production of timeless furniture pieces. Pacific Traders exports primarily to the Middle East, Japan, South America, Australia, United States […]
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