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Exporters: Peace talks to protect banana industry

group of exporters stressed that the long-term solution to the banana industry’s existing security issues is to resume peace talks between the government and the communist rebels. Ferdinand Marañon, president of Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (Philexport) of Davao Region, said peace and order have become the industry’s primary concern. “To ...

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Tesda recognizes individual, group partners in Normin

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)-10 has recognized a number of individuals and organizations for their contribution as partners in promoting the “Tech-Voc” sector in the region. In an awarding ceremony held Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Mallberry Hotel, Provincial Director Leo V. Velez of TESDA-Misamis Oriental hailed the support ...

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EU delegates secure slot in Minbizcon ‘17

Delegation from European Union (EU) has confirmed its participation by securing its slot in the 26th Mindanao Business Conference (MinBizCon) 2017 in Xavier Estates Sports and Country Club in Cagayan de Oro City on 7-9 September 2017. 2017 MinBizCon president Ruben Vegafria, and member of Oro Chamber Inc. said they ...

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DA opens more sites for Marawi IDPs veggie projects

Department of Agriculture in Lanao del Sur  has opened four more vegetable production project sites for internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Marawi City. The project is part of the early recovery interventions of the Department to ease the lives of displaced Marawi residents by giving them opportunities to generate income ...

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DOST exec to livestock stakeholders: Be a ‘good animal husbandry’ certified

Livestock raisers from the provinces of Bukidnon and Misamis Oriental convened during a Livestock Stakeholders’ Forum on August 18, through which they were encouraged to apply for Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP) certification. Agribusiness Industry Support Section Chief Sonia E. Oliveros emphasized that GAHP certification will enable livestock raisers to ...

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NCPRO turns over relief assistance to Marawi IDPs

National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) turned-over relief assistance to 1,500 displaced families of Marawi conflict, staying in Iligan City. The relief assistance includes hygiene kit, underwear, malong, diapers, and pails that were distributed to evacuation centers in barangays Tibanga, Sta. Elena, Ma. Christina, Buruun gymnasium and Buruun School of ...

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4 towns adopt ‘rice-duck’ farming in Misor

Integrated Rice-Duck Farming (IRDF) in northern part of Misamis Oriental dubbed as “Itikan sa Kalambuan”, is already on its second phase. A total of 11 hectares of rice farms were devoted to IRDF in the towns of Claveria, Jasaan, Villanueva and Tagoloan. The idea of rice-duck farming is fully supported ...

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Analyst: Asean should not be complacent

AS it celebrates its 50th year, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) is now in the “grip of a midlife crisis” and resting on its supposed achievements in the region could endanger it, an analyst said. In an emailed statement yesterday, Miguel Chanco, the lead Asean analyst at the ...

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