Torres said CARD banks provide loans as low as P5,000 to start a small and micro-business with 2% monthly interest and zero collateral.
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A craftsman works on a Christmas lantern (parol) using bamboo material which he displays along Quimpo Boulevard. With the Christmas season starting, traditional lanterns are sought after, with prices ranging from thirty to five hundred pesos. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)
“It’s a fundamental question for business: is it good to do business in the mountains? Do we give in to them? it’s a reality that has to be talked openly, since the NPA is more active now in Region 11, notwithstanding the statements from the AFP” Mayor Duterte said.
A net out of coconut hemp was one of the product exhibited at the Davao Trade Expo 2013 from October 17 to 19 at SMX Convention Center. This year’s exhibit focused on boosting golden crops such as coconut, coffe, cacao, corn and cassava. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)
As Davao launches the Kadayawan Durian Festival from August 10 to 25, durian vendors like Tate at the Magsaysay Park struggle to keep his small business afloat.
By TYRONE A. VELEZ Davao Today Davao City – Businessmen attending the 1st Mindanao Exporters Congress (MEC) said they are…
by TYRONE A. VELEZ
(MinBizCon Director John) Gaisano Jr. said Mindanao’s business leaders want to hear specifics from the Aquino government for Mindanao’s growth. “For a time, Mindanaoans feel like third class citizens. Yet we produce 40% of the country’s food requirements and more than 30% to the national food trade.”
By ALEX D. LOPEZ
Davao is considered low in rice sufficiency level, with palay production lessened at an average of 3.5 percent yearly from 2005 to 2010. In contrast, production of Cavendish bananas increased to over 2.8 million metric tons with a growth rate of 14.3 percent in the last four years.
By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA
DAVAO CITY — Jewelers of Monkayo are expected to clinch more deals and generate more sales as the town’s jewelry-making…