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Jason C. Magnaye

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Davao City

Email: j***@***.ph

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Davao City

Philippines

Company Description

DAVAO, the city of blooms from islands to highlands, is the site of the 25th ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF), which will be held Jan. 13-21. Indeed, Davao City is blooming and booming. Investments in terms of total capitalization of businesses continued to surge f...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant City Administrator and Head

Investment and Promotion Center


Executive Director

DCCCI


Head

Tourism and Investment and Promotion Center


WWF Vice President for Programs Joel Palma

DCIPC


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Bigger properties seen in demand in Davao - Property Management

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Jason C. Magnaye, chief of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center, had earlier said the local real estate market has attracted even Metro Manila-based residents who have bought housing and condominium units in the city for investment purposes.
Mr. Magnaye, however, said that the bulk of the buyers are still local residents who are either looking for new residences or simply want to put their money in properties. Mr. Gocotano confirmed Mr. Magnaye's observation, adding that many local buyers are now asking for units with bigger spaces.


Outsourcing News for November 2010 | MicroSourcing

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Jason Magnaye, head of the Davao City Investment and Promotions Center, said the city has communication facilities, infrastructure, and manpower needed in the industry.
He added that investments do not come to the province because clients are not interested in expanding operations outside Metro Manila, that is why they are focusing on the strong points of the city to attract IT investors.


Davao tourism gears up for RA 9593 | Ang Dabawenyo

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For the city, the CTOO is now under the direction of Jason C. Magnaye, who brings to the local government years of invaluable experience in the business sector.
Magnaye was the executive director of the highly-acclaimed Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Also, he is concurrently the head of the Davao City Investment Promotions Center. Hey Jason!


www.fpdglobal.com

Jason C. Magnaye, chief of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center, had earlier said the local real estate market has attracted even Metro Manila-based residents who have bought housing and condominium units in the city for investment purposes.
Mr. Magnaye, however, said that the bulk of the buyers are still local residents who are either looking for new residences or simply want to put their money in properties. Mr. Gocotano confirmed Mr. Magnaye's observation, adding that many local buyers are now asking for units with bigger spaces.


Camella Cerritos Davao Eyes University Town | The Future of Mintal

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Jason C. Magnaye, head of the Davao City Investment Promotions Center, said the setting up of central business districts in areas outside downtown is necessary considering such centers will become independent communities with residential villages, commercial centers and schools.


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