Local and foreign business groups to support the incoming administration for the recovery of the domestic economy.
Several companies in the United States expressed their interest in expanding their business in the Philippines.
DTI tied up with US-ABC and USAID to launch an improved online learning platform to help MSMEs hasten business recovery in the Philippines.
APEC deputies focus on recommendations that can help transition to sustainable finance for a more durable economic growth in the Philippines.
NEDA confirmed that Philippine economic managers will meet to discuss the surge in oil prices.
The administration is confident that the Philippine economy will return to normal this year.
The planned expansion of exports is foreseen to improve the Philippines’ growth trajectory.
In its latest advisory, the Bureau of Immigration (BI) will reopen its borders to foreign tourists entering the Philippines starting February 10, 2022.
DTI will hand out ₱3.8 million worth of livelihood kits to 200 MSMEs in Antique.
DTI assures the business community that there will be no hard lockdowns amid the rising cases of COVID-19 in the Philippines.