DCIPC

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DCIPCDavao City Investment Promotion Center (Philippines)
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Campos said these prospects were discussed during their courtesy meeting with Consul-General Li Lin of China's Davao consulate after the government-run Davao City Investment Promotion Center endorsed the sisterhood agreement for approval by the city council.
Newly appointed chief of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC), April Marie Dayap sees the investments generated during the Davao Investment Conference 2019 as both a challenge and opportunity for the city.
Mindanao, Davao City Investment Promotions Center (DCIPC) head Lemuel Ortonio (Davao City Investment Promotion Center Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN)
The Davao City Investment Promotion Center here said the city saw the increase in the number of businesses as signficant, now reaching 40,000, with total aggregate capitalization of P270 billion.
The offer of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC) for longer tax holidays to investments on businesses outside of the city's Central Business District (CBD) is a well-thought of proposition.
The Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC) said that Alonto has contributed to the vision of making Mindanao a place for unity, optimism, pride and contentment.
Davao City - Gains in total capitalization in all businesses were achieved in this city in 2014, said Ivan Cortez, officer-in-charge of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC).
Davao ICON 2019 was staged with the full support of the Davao City Government, the Davao City Investment Promotion Center, the Mindanao Development Authority, the Department of Trade and Industry and the Department of Tourism-Davao.
Cambaya, head for the Investors Assistance and Servicing Unit of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center; Arturo M.
Lopez ordered the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC) and the City Information Technology Center (CITC) to intensify their efforts for the improvement of the ICT industry in the city.
A Quezon City-based company, PRIME Philippines, said negotiations were ongoing with the Davao City Investment Promotion Center for a hotel and casino.
In a statement, the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC) said the companies revealed their plans during their meeting with the city government, through the investment center, at the conference room in City Hall on May 21 to 25.