The Davao City Local Government is maintaining its spot as one of the most competitive and highly urbanized cities in the country as it partnered with the Philippine Board of Investments (BOI) in capacitating its Business Process and Licensing Officers (BPLOs), investment promotion officers, and frontliners on the latest government investment policies, ensuring they render continue reading : Davao City maintains spot as ‘Most Competitive City’, capacitates investment promo officers on latest business policies
Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) and Board of Investments (BOI) Chairman Ramon Lopez announced a 165 percent increase in foreign direct investments (FDIs) in the first semester of the year, contributing to the 27 percent increase in overall approved investments for the period. FDIs approved by the agency grew to Php14.5 billion from only continue reading : BOI FDIs up 165 percent in first sem of 2018, contributes to 27 percent increase in BOI-registered investments
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Board of Investments (BOI) in partnership with the Japan International Cooperation (JICA) through its Project on “The Elaboration of Industry Promotions Plan Using Value Chain Analysis” is collaborating with the academe through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP) and continue reading : DTI-BOI – JICA partners with academe for Auto-Academe Congress.
Achieving US$2.5 B in aerospace exports by 2022: Aerospace Summit Clark PH Exhibition concludes, global clients keen to do business with local aerospace suppliers “Philippine aerospace and aviation companies are ready to absorb the robust global demand for aircraft MRO operations, and aerospace parts manufacturing. As the exhibition was a great opportunity for the local continue reading : Achieving US$2.5 B in aerospace exports by 2022: Aerospace Summit Clark PH Exhibition concludes, global clients keen to do business with local aerospace suppliers
Foreign investors remain bullish in Philippine investment prospects as foreign direct investment (FDIs) registered with the Philippine Board of Investments (BOI) grew 29 percent from January to May 2018 to Php7 billion compared to the Php5.38 billion worth of registered projects in the same period last year. The growth in FDIs contributed to the overall continue reading : Foreign investors remain bullish in PH investment prospects, FDIs registered with BOI up 29 percent in Jan to May 2018