GET TO KNOW DTI- REGION 12


DTI-12 is composed of four provinces—North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sarangani Province, and Sultan Kudarat; and five cities—Koronadal, Tacurong, General Santos, Kidapawan, and Cotabato.

The region’s major exports consist of fresh/canned/frozen tuna and other fish products; fresh/canned pineapples; frozen octopus/shrimps; fresh bananas; coconut and crude/cochin-type coconut oil; copra pellets; cut flowers, asparagus, and okra; abaca pulp; garments; aquaculture products; gifts and houseware products.

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#LIFESTYLELOKAL: Featuring Region 12’s Best Local Products
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Koronadal City – DTI Region 12  officially kicks off its Information Campaign partnership with Yellow Bus Line, Inc. (YBLI) on 12 May 2022. The event was witnessed by the executives and staff of both DTI Region 12 and YBLI, media practitioners, and the Koronadal City Local Government Unit. Undersecretary Blesila
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The Department of Trade and Industry XII, in coordination with the General Santos City Youth Affairs and Development Office launches “Tienda Heneral Gensan Young Entrepreneurs Bazaar Year 2” held at DTI Lot, Roxas Avenue, General Santos City On 19 May 2022, the launching of the “Tienda Heneral Gensan Young Entrepreneurs
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General Santos City - To further capacitate the young entrepreneurs of the city and encourage more youth to engage in entrepreneurship, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) General Santos City Satellite Office in collaboration with the Local Government Unit of General Santos City through its Youth Affairs and Development
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Offering siomai paired with chili garlic sauce to customers of her snack house, Junnairah Adrie started her own business armed with zeal and enthusiasm. Realizing that she needed to learn more skills in order to grow her business, she went to Negosyo-Center Cotabato City for assistance. Taking the first step,
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    Products of Farm B Balut production. Jaylhea Silvestre Barque started her own business by converting her small farm to balut production venture. Prior to this, she operated a mini-restaurant in Kuwait. With desire to improve her business, she sought assistance from DOLE-OWWA. She then attended the Entrepreneurship and
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