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Hon. Gregory L. Domingo

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DTI Secretary Gregory L. ..., 28 April 2014 [cached]
DTI Secretary Gregory L. Domingo said his agency is working with GIFAS (Groupement des industries françaises aéronautiques et spatiales) to push domestic industries beyond promoting and marketing design driven products and organic food products.
Domingo said this in a keynote speech he delivered a month ago before the visiting French delegation organized by the Mouvement des entreprises de France (MEDEF), or the Movement of the Enterprises of France.
Domingo added that the Philippines is well credentialed as leading companies like SDV, Lufthansa Technik, MOOG Technologies, and BE Aerospace have already given the country a foothold in the global aerospace supply chain.
"We strongly encourage French investment, technology, and training in this sector, particularly in the field of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul, and logistics - areas where we believe we have the potential to further create and develop a competitive advantage," Domingo said.
The visit reciprocates that of Domingo's, together with his Trade and Investment Promotion Group, and Department of Finance (DOF) Secretary Cesar V. Purisima, last September in France, where they had a chance to discuss with MEDEF on the Philippine growth story and its various business opportunities.
Domingo also noted that DTI and its investment promotion agencies welcome French investments in all sectors of the Philippine economy, particularly in the sectors specified in our 2013 Investment Priorities Plan.
"I am especially heartened to note that based on the composition of the MEDEF mission, there appears to be a strong French interest in energy and infrastructure investments. These areas are critical to our quest for continued economic growth and development and your interest in them is indeed very welcome," Domingo said.
Domingo further said that the Philippines looks to France as a strategic European market that can showcase its best products to the world.
"After an extended leave, the Department of Trade and Industry re-established the Philippine country brand in the global marketplace for design driven products at the Maison et Objet in Villepinte last September," Domingo said.
Domingo added that the success of that endeavor has encouraged us to once again put together a Philippine exhibition at the next Maison et Objet trade fair.
"The Philippines also views France as a potential major European market for our organic food products, especially for our delectable fruits and seafood," Domingo said.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Australia Philippines Incorporated | CCIAP Chamber of Commerce Industry Australia Philippines Trade Mission 2010, 23 April 2014 [cached]
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry formally received the Mission Delegates and invited the Delegation at the Joint General Membership Meeting for a briefing with Honourable Secretary Gregory Domingo, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
Trade Secretary Gregory ..., 27 Mar 2014 [cached]
Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo sees mining boom once the proposed bill on the sector gets passed, saying the environment is clarified and the revenue sharing is closer to... Read More
Members, 15 Mar 2014 [cached]
General Membership Meeting with DTI Secretary, Hon. Gregory L. Domingo
Trade Secretary Gregory ..., 27 Mar 2014 [cached]
Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo sees mining boom once the proposed bill on the sector gets passed, saying the environment is clarified and the revenue sharing is closer to... Read More
Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo said the greatest benefit of the Bangsamoro deal is peace "and with peace, everything follows, economic benefits, cultural benefits,.." Domingo also said Mindanao has a huge potential because of the vast area as well as the rich resources from agriculture, minerals, tourism among others. THE CBCP SPEAKS The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) president Archbishop Socrates Villegas appealed to the main players of the peace deal to make the CAB signing "merely" as the first step towards sustainable peace in the war-torn region. "We pray that this first courageous breakthrough will be followed by more steps leading to true and lasting peace in Mindanao," said Villegas. He said the CBCP is hopeful that the peace process will be extended to groups and sectors that feel left out in the negotiations like the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). Villegas said stakeholders must put premium in enhancing the economic activity in Mindanao. He stressed that the road to peace cannot be jumpstarted sans human development that will eradicate poverty. BINAY'S HOPES Vice President Jejomar C. Binay said he is hopeful the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB) will bring progress in Mindanao. "May this pact also remind us that we are all Filipinos, regardless of color or religion - one nation, one people - working together to build a better nation and a better life for everyone," he added.
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