Department of Trade and Industry’s Philippine Trade and Investment Center-Dubai (PTIC-Dubai) recently reported that their office is working closely with Dubai’s officials in streamlining entry process of food exports that aims to strengthen compliance and control of Philippine shipments entering the United Arab Emirates (UAE). “We aim to increase our food exports to UAE as we aim to reduce the rate of rejected food shipments by our local exporters,” said PTIC-Dubai Commercial Attache Eric...
OCTOBER 11, 2016 By Eric Elnar / Commercial Attaché/ Trade Service Officer, Philippine Trade and Investment Center-Dubai WITH the Philippines’s growing economy thriving on the ingenuity of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and talents of young entrepreneurs, the franchising industry remains a viable investment option—more so, with the projected growth of up to 20 percent and with about 300 local and international brands entering the market in 2016. The... Read more
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