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The Philippine Trade and Investment Center (PTIC)-Stockholm is the representative office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in the country

PTIC-Stockhoolm carries out twin major mandates: promoting trade and inward investments to the Philippines in the Nordic region.

PTIC-Stockholm is part of the Philippine Foreign Trade Service Corps (FTSC) of the DTI’s Trade and Investments Promotions Group.

Areas of Coverage: Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway

 

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Mary Hedfors
Mary B. Hedfors
Trade & Investment Promotions Officer
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Foreign Trade Service Corps successfully conducted its Regional Planning

The Foreign Trade Service Officers successfully conducted their regional planning consecutively held from 03-13 December 2018 to discuss and review strategies in promoting Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan (TNK) goes Global program for overseas Filipinos, Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP), and the country’s Investment Priorities Plan to improve the Philippines’ trade relations and increase investments for the year 2019 onward, among others.

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