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Mr. Alex Boome, Program Director of Hinrich Foundation, during the orientation on EMAT. 

The Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) and Hinrich Foundation, in collaboration with partner-organizations, the Export Marketing Bureau (EMB), German Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI/ AHK Philippinen) and the Trade Capability Development Services (TCDSI Inc.) representing Liezpig University – presented the Export Manager Advanced Training (EMAT) Program during an Orientation Briefing attended by twenty-two (22) exporting companies held at the PTTC on January 16, 2018.

EMAT Program is a professional short course developed by Leipzig University, one of the world's oldest universities and the second-oldest university (by consecutive years of existence) in Germany and the Hinrich Foundation, an independent charitable foundation which promotes economic prosperity and peace, to enable small and medium Asian enterprises (SMEs) to compete in the global market.

The pilot run of EMAT program in the Philippines will be held on 16-18 February 2018 which discusses International Markets and Value Proposition. The next session, focusing on Market Entry Strategies, will be held on 9-13 March 2018.
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 (Source: DTI Website)

 Date Posted: January 29, 2018

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NEW DELHI - Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez encouraged Indian businessmen and delegates from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to ride on the ongoing Philippine (PH) growth story.

During the PH-India Business Forum on 24 January 2018, the country's trade chief presented Dutertenomics — the socioeconomic policies of President Rodrigo Duterte—to encourage investors to partner with PH, which will help in creating additional value for their businesses and boost income-generation operations.

"The initiatives under Dutertenomics can help support investors by creating an environment where companies can do business swiftly and efficiently," said Sec. Lopez, stressing that ongoing infrastructure projects strategically link the country's industries. These, in turn, will further power the growth of an already strong economic base.

"Our ‘Build Build Build' infrastructure program will facilitate greater trade and investment as it opens up access to new markets, while minimizing trade and logistics cost," he added.

Under Dutertenomics, the government's massive ‘Build Build Build' program aims to develop massive and efficient infrastructure projects to create more opportunities in the countryside by developing more regional growth centers. Read more.


(Source: DTI Website)

 Date Posted: January 26, 2018

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