NorMin Economy Grows at a Slower Pace in 2019 by 5.9%

The economy of Region 10 expanded at a slower pace by 5.9 percent in 2019 compared with the recorded growth in the previous year of 7.1 percent. 

The slower growth was due to the slowdown in Manufacturing, Construction and Transportation and Storage.

Loader Loading…
EAD Logo Taking too long?

Reload Reload document
| Open Open in new tab

Manufacturing, which constituted 11.0 percent of the Region X economy, posted a deceleration of 1.5 percent from the previous year’s growth of 9.1 percent. … Continue reading... “NorMin Economy Grows at a Slower Pace in 2019 by 5.9%”

Shell Virtual Art Interact Mindanao Leg

Creating stories of hope in isolation

Mindanao is hailed for its abundant natural resources and breathtaking landscapes. But beyond its pristine beaches and lush mountains is a burgeoning community of creatives who are injecting their unique Mindanaoan identity into art and using it as a force for good. As the country continues to grapple with COVID-19, Mindanaoan artists are stepping up to create stories of hope while in isolation.… Continue reading... “Shell Virtual Art Interact Mindanao Leg”

TOYOTA PH AFFIRMS POWER TO LEAD WITH UNVEILING OF NEW FORTUNER

October 17, 2020 – Continuing its streak of digital vehicle launches, leading mobility company Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has started the last quarter of 2020 with a highly-anticipated update on one of the most popular models in its lineup – the Toyota Fortuner.

The New Fortuner range is headlined by the new LTD variant in 4×4 and 4×2 which comes in an exclusive design, followed by Q and V variants in automatic transmission, and the G variant available in AT and MT. … Continue reading... “TOYOTA PH AFFIRMS POWER TO LEAD WITH UNVEILING OF NEW FORTUNER”

President Manuel L. Quezon’s Escape to Australia

Secrets and Stories of the War

The Philippine government had moved from Manila on General Douglas MacArthur’s recommendation, with President Manuel L. Quezon himself continuing to lead the government from Corregidor in cooperation with the U.S. commander of the Far East.

Quezon had originally declined MacArthur’s request to withdraw from the capital, claiming that his first duty was to take care of the civilian population and maintain public order while MacArthur was fighting the enemy.… Continue reading... “President Manuel L. Quezon’s Escape to Australia”

NorMin Economy Task Group tests regional ‘tourism bubble’, talks to major telcos

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The Economy Task Group of the Northern Mindanao Task Force for COVID-19 aims to test the “tourism bubble” strategy as means to revive local tourism. 

The “tourism bubble” concept would allow local tourists to experience leisure travel within specified areas. The strategy also recommends the lifting of age restrictions to revive family trips.… Continue reading... “NorMin Economy Task Group tests regional ‘tourism bubble’, talks to major telcos”

US fliers bomb Cagayan 16 times in six months during World War II

From September 9, 1944 to March 10, 1945, US Army Air Force, Navy and Marine aircraft bombed Cagayan, Misamis and its immediate areas no less than sixteen times in a span of six months.

Why the apparent rural backwater that Cagayan was during the Second World War would merit such dedication from the rampaging US armed forces prior to the imminent liberation of the Philippines is not immediately clear.… Continue reading... “US fliers bomb Cagayan 16 times in six months during World War II”

Oro, Koronadal cited among Most Business Friendly LGUs

46th Philippine Business Conference

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry awarded Special Citations to the local government units of Cagayan de Oro and Koronadal during yesterday’s awarding ceremonies for PCCI’s Most Business Friendly LGUs 2020.

Special citations are awarded to LGUs that have demonstrated exemplary programs or initiatives in any of the areas of the award criteria: Quality Customer Service, Public-Private Sector Partnership, Investment Promotion, MSME (Micro Small Medium Enterprises) Development), Quality Management Systems and Innovation. … Continue reading... “Oro, Koronadal cited among Most Business Friendly LGUs”

Iligan, Surigao, Tandag Chambers best in Mindanao

46th Philippine Business Conference

The local chambers of commerce and industry in the cities of Iligan, Tandag and Surigao have been recognized as the most outstanding chambers in Mindanao in their respective categories.

The winners were announced 08 October 2020 during the closing plenary of the 46th Philippine Business Conference hosted online for the first time by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI).… Continue reading... “Iligan, Surigao, Tandag Chambers best in Mindanao”

5 Mindanao Chambers Finalists as PCCIs Most Outstanding Chamber

Five local chambers of commerce and industries of Mindanao have been chosen as Finalists in the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries search for the 2020 Most Outstanding Chamber in the Philippines.

“The fact that we have 5 Local Chambers ( Iligan , Zamboanga, General Santos , Tandag and Surigao ) who are finalists as the Most Outstanding Chamber gives us the inspiration to see through the awarding ceremony on October 8,” said Ma.… Continue reading... “5 Mindanao Chambers Finalists as PCCIs Most Outstanding Chamber”

Season of Creation

Mga igsoon, maayong adlaw kanatong tanan!

Ako ang inyong Arsobispo Jose Cabantan sa arkidiyosesis sa Cagayan de Oro. Garbo ko nga ipalanog kining mensahe atol sa atong pagtimaan sa Panahon sa Kamugnaan o Season of Creation.

ABP Jose Cabantan, D.D., Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro

Una sa tanan, pasalamatan ta ang GINOO sa mga butang nga iyang gimugna dinhi sa kalibutan.Continue reading... “Season of Creation”