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    • 20 local companies showcase products at DTI-EMB bazaar

      13 December 2017 By Efleda P. Campos / Senior Editor Photos by Roy Domingo Published also in Business Mirror In Photo: Sisters Cherry and Pia Galang show visitors the bags and purses they design under the newly formed Piastorey brand. TWENTY local companies, some already exporting their products and others still looking at shipping out their first orders, are currently participating in a bazaar in front of the Department of Trade and Industry Building along Gil J. Puyat Avenue in Makati City. NELS + Cole owner Neliza de la Cruz shows visitors earrings, handcrafted bags, blouses, dresses and gowns designed by daughter Coleen. The companies joined the bazaar organized by the DTI’s Export Marketing Bureau Employees’ Association (EMB-EA) as a side activity to support this year’s celebration of...

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    • NSW explores stronger trade, cooperation with PHL

      13 December 2017 Published also in Business Mirror THE government of New South Wales (NSW) expressed its confidence in the Philippine  economy and wants to explore strengthened trade and investment cooperation ties between the two countries. In a meeting with Trade Secretary Ramon M. Lopez on December 7, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian conveyed her government’s intention to enhance their country’s relationship with the Philippines. A state located on the east coast of Australia, NSW imports telecommunication equipment and parts, passenger motor vehicles, medicaments, refined petroleum and computers. “We welcome Australian investors and businesses that will help us uplift the lives of those at bottom of the pyramid and enable the Philippines to contribute in the global value chain. New...

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    • DTI-EMB honors outstanding exporters during 2017 NEC

      06 December 2017 Published also in Business Mirror THE Top Sectoral Export Award for Electronics is conferred on Texas Instruments Philippines Inc. (TI Philippines Inc.) represented by TI Philippines Inc. Director for Finance Andrew Wheeler (third from left) and TI Philippines Inc. Director for Human Resources Kristine Mangaliag (fourth from left). They are flanked by (from left): Department of Trade and Industry’s Export Marketing Bureau (DTI-EMB) Director Senen M. Perlada; Manila Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada; DTI Undersecretary Nora K. Terrado; and PhilExport President Sergio Ortiz-Luis Jr. THE Department of Trade and Industry-Export Marketing Bureau (DTI-EMB) on Tuesday awarded Philippine companies for their outstanding export performance during the National Exporters’ Congress (NEC) held at...

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    • DTI-EMB, Philexport, EDC line up activities for National Exporters' Week 2017

      04 December 2017 The Department of Trade and Industry-Export Marketing Bureau (DTI-EMB), in collaboration with the Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (Philexport) and Export Development Council (EDC), has lined up activities in celebration of the National Exporters' Week (NEW) on 01-07 December 2017 with the theme “Innovate. Collaborate. Export!” The NEW is an annual event as stipulated under Presidential Proclamation 931, series of 1996 and House Resolution 33, declaring the first week of December as Exporters’ Week. It targets to obtain the full commitment of the government and the private sector to continuously work together to sustain and maintain export promotion and development. The celebration starts with the opening of the NEW Bazaar at the DTI International Building, along Sen....

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    • DTI-EMB to conduct trade mission to Israel

      By Golda Kristy Tabid-Grospe / Market Innovation Division / DTI-Export Marketing Bureau 31 October 2017 Published also in Business Mirror In Photo: The Philippine delegation with Ambassador of Israel to the Philippines Effie Ben Matityau. THE Export Marketing Bureau (EMB) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is all set to conduct the Philippine Trade and Innovation Exploratory Mission to Israel from November 5 to 14. The trade mission aims to explore prospects for Filipino exporters of food, electronics, semiconductors and information and communications technology, as well as learn from Israel’s innovation ecosystem. Israel registered as the Philippines’s 36th-largest-export partner with a total value of $57.14 million in 2016, according to Tradeline Philippines. It was a...

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