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DTI receives quick charging station to promote e-vehicles in PH.
Capacity Building on the Principles of Good Regulation organized.
Promoting performance excellence in logistics sector.
DTI to World Bank-IFC: EODB Reforms in place, PHL ready for 2019 Doing Business Survey.
PH-Russia Roundtable Meeting.
P3 loans to be accessed through digital platform.
Turkish biz head leads visit to PH.
PH aerospace industry is ready for global market, to host Aeromart Summit in June 2018.
Philippines’ (PH) 5th World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review (TPR).
Philippines’ (PH) 5th World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review (TPR).
CALABARZON Regional MSME Development Council focuses on MSME growth.
Stronger PH-Russia relations.
BOI awards Registration Certificates to auto parts suppliers of the CARS Program.
DTI inks partnership with Shopinas, Air 21.
DTI to go after Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) scams.
DTI provides special zero-interest negosyo loans for families of soldiers wounded and killed-in-action.
DTI and PLDT collaborate to digitize business.
BOI recognized by CSC for anti-red tape initiatives.
South Korean firms interested in investing in PH’s infrastructure and energy sectors.
Hungarian ambassador visits DTI.
Trade chief calls on Fil-Chinese businessmen: Be part of nation-building.
PH strengthens investment relations with India.
DTI ties up with Google and IPGMB to digitize MSMEs.
DTI-DPWH ROLL-IT Convergence Program holds 2nd National Meeting.
DTI receives quick charging station to promote e-vehicles in PH.Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez (right) and Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) President and CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri (left) unveiled an electric vehicle (EV) quick charging station at the Board of Investments (BOI) compound in Makati City on 21 May 2018. In line with the government’s push to create an EV ecosystem in the Philippines, MMPC donated the quick charging facility to DTI to complement their two Mitsubishi EVs, the I-Miev and the Outlander. This is part of the EV Research Study initiative being done by DTI-BOI, MMPC, and a consortium of universities composed of De La Salle University, University of the Philippines, Technological University of the Philippines, Mapua University, and Ateneo de Manila University. “We know that the future automobile is going to be transformed and driven by forces such as autonomous drive, electrification, diverse mobility, and connectivity. The cars of the future are going to be greener, electric, connected, and autonomous,” said Sec. Lopez. The results of the EV Research Study will serve as important inputs for the formulation of EV policies and programs. These cover environment, transportation, energy, and industrial policies necessary for environmental protection and the development of the EV industry.♦

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