BOI, EMB experts join Agri-Aqua Investment gab
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The Panay Organic Producers Association (POPA) Agriventures, Inc. invited key resource persons from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to discuss investment prospects and international markets during the 1st Agri-Aqua Investment Forum at the Diversion 21 Hotel on Nov. 9-10, 2016. The forum aimed to bring together national and international entrepreneurs who would be willing to invest in agricultural production in Iloilo and its neighboring provinces, specifically on the following commodities: cacao, coffee, fruits and vegetables, livestock, poultry, swine, farmed seafoods, and aromatic/specialty rice.
BOI, EMB experts join Agri-Aqua Investment gab. (2016, November 15). The Daily Guardian, p. B1.
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Agriculture; Aquaculture; Investments; Marketing; Exhibitions; Trade; Economics; Seafood; Panay Organic Producers Association (POPA) Agriventures, Inc.; Department of Trade and Industry (DTI); Board of Investments (BOI); Export Marketing Bureau (EMB); Rosary Herbal Products; El Jardin; G and G Ornamental Plants Enterprises; Einars Natural Food Export; Sunburst Balay Tablea; ALDI Foods; Brendan’s; Cruz, Ellorence; Briones, Senen
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