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Eggs Smaller But Cheaper, Plentiful, Poultry Raisers Say

The Philippine Egg Board assured that the recent decrease in egg sizes will not lead to food inflation, as prices have always been based on egg size variations.

Philippines To Host Indo-Pacific Business Forum In May

The Philippines will help host the 6th Indo-Pacific Business Forum, the United States government’s top commercial event in the region, according to the Department of Trade and Industry.

Secretary Recto Presides Over G-24 Ministerial Meeting

Finance Secretary Ralph Recto, as Chair of the Board of Governors, led the G-24 meeting on April 16, urging international financial institutions to increase support for developing countries.

NEDA: Philippines Implementing Reforms To Improve Business Climate

NEDA Secretary Arsenio Balisacan calls on US businesses to invest in the Philippines, citing government reforms aimed at improving the country's investment climate.

Philippine Launches National Platform For ‘Services Industry’ Startups

The Philippine government introduces a national innovation platform to foster startups in IT-BPM, migrant workers, and electronics assembly sectors.

Japan’s Nitori Opens 1st Philippine Store After Investment Pledge To PBBM

Japanese retailer Nitori Co., Ltd. fulfills investment pledge to President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. with the opening of its first store in the Philippines.

Mimaropa Posts Moderately Higher Inflation In March

In March, headline inflation in the Mimaropa region saw a slight increase from the previous month, primarily driven by a rise in prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages, as reported by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)

Electronics, Semiconductor Exports Recovering In 2024

The Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry Alfredo Pascual mentioned that the nation's electronics and semiconductor exports are rebounding in the current year, following a significant increase in export earnings during February.

Gold Bar Auction To Resume After 11 Years Of Suspension

The State Bank of Vietnam will resume gold bar auctions after an 11-year suspension to enhance market supply.

United States, Japanese Firms Invited To Participate In Luzon Projects

DTI Secretary Alfredo Pascual reveals three projects to boost growth in the Luzon Economic Corridor during a meeting in Washington, D.C.

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