Wednesday, February 21, 2024

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First Climate-Controlled Tulip Farm In Asia Blooms In Philippines

Danish-Filipino venture Phinl Corp. is cultivating tulips in PH using climate-controlled farms, BOI said.

Stable Food Prices Expected In Romblon Amid Ample Agri Production

Ayon sa PSA, inaasahang magpapatuloy ang pagbagal ng inflation sa Romblon dahil sa inaasahang masaganang ani sa natitirang bahagi ng first quarter nito.

Economic Team To Integrate Government Efforts To Attract More Investments

Economic Development Group patuloy na nagsasanib puwersa para hikayatin pa ang mga dayuhang mamuhunan sa Pinas, ayon sa NEDA.

Clark’s National Food Hub To Stimulate Agro-Industrial Corridor In Luzon

The PHP8.5-billion National Food Hub at the Clark Airport Complex is set to boost the food and agro-industrial corridor in northern Luzon, according to DTI Secretary Alfredo Pascual.

DTI: PBBM’s Trip Boosted Foreign Investments Growth

DTI Secretary Alfredo Pascual said that President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.’s official foreign trips have significantly bolstered foreign investments in the country.

NEDA: Government Accelerates Efforts To Manage Price Increases

Inihayag ni NEDA Secretary Arsenio Balisacan na mas pinaigting ng administrasyong Marcos ang mga hakbang upang mapababa ang pagtaas ng presyo ng mga bilihin.

PPP Code To Expedite Implementation Process Of Infa Projects

Implementing rules and regulations of the Public-Private Partnership Code are expected to streamline infrastructure project approvals and implementations in the country, according to an economist.

Department Of Finance Eyes Amending Privatization Council Guidelines

The Privatization Management Office, under the Department of Finance, aims to streamline the disposal of idle government assets by proposing amendments to the Privatization Council guidelines.

Growing Middle Class To Fuel Philippines Household Goods Spending

Exciting news for the Philippine economy! BMI, a unit of Fitch Solutions, projects a robust growth of 7.5% in household goods spending this year, with an average increase of 7.1% expected by 2028.

Review Of Philippines Targets Not Out Of The Ordinary

Financial experts from both the markets and academia view the government’s review of macroeconomic growth targets under the medium-term fiscal framework as a positive step, reflecting policymakers’ readiness to consider recent developments.