Category archives for: Malacanang Press Office

Government prepared to handle transport strike

Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda said in the press conference on Thursday that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has prepared counter measures to help the public in case of a trasnport strike. He said the government’s major concern is the interest of the riding public.

Tourism is the business of the people, says newly appointed Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez

Newly-appointed Tourism Secretary Ramon Reyes Jimenez, Jr. called on the Filipino people to participate in government efforts to promote the country as one of the top tourist destinations in the world as he shared the idea that “tourism is the business of the people”.

Aquino keen on National Broadband Network but not revival of NBN-ZTE deal

While he noted a need for a national broadband network, President Benigno S. Aquino III made it clear that he is not in favor of reviving the controversial NBN-ZTE broadband project for the government.

Aquino and Hu Jintao witness signing Philippine-China 5-Year Development Program for Economic Cooperation

President Benigno S. Aquino III and Chinese President Hu Jintao witnessed the signing of the Philippine-China Five-Year Development Program for Trade and Economic Cooperation in ceremonies held Wednesday at the China World Hotel here.

Aquino to promote Philippines to investors in five-day China trip

Aside from forging better relations with China, President Benigno Aquino III said his state visit to China will showcase the Philippines as an investment haven to businessmen there following major reform measures he initiated in the government.

DSWD and DPWH to launch ‘Trabahong Lansangan ng Programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino’

President Benigno S. Aquino III arrived Thursday night here for the second leg of his five-day three-city tour of the People’s Republic of China which began last August 30 until September 3, 2011.

DFP gets one Frontier nomination

MANILA, Philippines — An attached agency of the Department of Tourism (DoT) has made it to the finals of the “Oscars” of the world duty free industry organized by a United Kingdom-based business magazine.

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