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ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES–After five days of rigorous negotiations, the 13th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) concluded, highlighting the challenging yet optimistic journey ahead in addressing unresolved issues in critical areas such as agriculture, dispute settlement reform, and fisheries subsidies. “Given the different levels of development
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA–In partnership with the Australia-Philippine Business Council (APBC), the Philippine Australia Business Council (PABC), and the Australia-New Zealand Business Chamber (ANZCHAM), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) organized the Philippine Business Forum in Australia to showcase the robust Philippine economy to potential Australian investors. “We see opportunities for
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Highlighting the innovative spirit of Filipinos, the Board of Investments (BOI), Department of Trade and Industry – Competitiveness and Innovation Group (DTI-CIG), and Heal Venture Lab. (HVL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to conduct a competition to search for the most innovative biotech and medical devices applications in biomedicine.
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Featured Success Stories

BOHOL - “I was filled with passion, eagerness, and love for baking, but I realized that something was missing. I needed help to grow my craft,” Tracy Mae Indoyon, 23 years old, shared in an interview when she began turning her dream pastry business into reality. The Department of Trade
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“We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.” – Mary Mcleod Bethune. Sofia Nicole Cabrera, a 19-year-old graduate of Home Economics 1 Local Guiding and Tourism Promotion Services
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Zero to Hero

HANDMADE MAKES ENTREP WELL-MADE Not everyone is given the chance to turn his or her passion into profit. Lolita “Luchi” Cabanlet is one of those who have successfully turned something she loves into something profitable. Luchi has always been interested in handicrafts. She started from scratch—quite literally. Scratch papers were
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BOTTLING BOUNTY OF THE SEA In Butuan City, small-scale fisherfolks are no stranger to days when they would go home with almost empty nets. On slow days, they would typically often bring home bangus or milkfish fingerlings which are sold on a low price in the market. Despite their hard
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News Features

Do you still remember the first time you smelled the oozing aroma of coffee? The mixture of bittersweet yet comforting feelings that probably gets you excited every time you wake up or take a break from your usual 8 to 5 routine. The familiarity that lingers ever so delicately, you
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