Ang Caviteno Newsweekly March 27-April 02, 2017 Issue

MAKATWIRANG OKUPASYON.... p.5 Senior High School Bazaar conducted for incoming Grade 11 students ... p2 Singil na Airport Fee sa mga OFW Ipinatitigil ni Bello p.5 VOLUME XXXIII No. 37 Marso 27-Abril 02, 2017 P6.00 Imus City: Outstanding Local Government Unit... p 3 Kapirasong Kritika...p 4 DTI opens 11th Negosyo Center in Cavite THE Department of Trade and Industry, in partnership with the Local Government of Naic, opened the Negosyo Center at the Municipal Compound in Naic on 20 March 2017. According to DTI Cavite Director Noly D. Guevara, it is the 11th Negosyo Center launched in the province of Cavite. Naic is a first class municipality that is approximately 47 kilometers away from Manila. It is located on the western part of Cavite and along the shorelines of the Manila Bay. Its neighboring towns and trading partners are Trece Martires City, Tanza, Indang, Ternate, and Maragondon. The Department of Trade and Industry headed by Provincial Director Noly D. Guevarra led the blessing and ribbon cutting of the Negosyo Center in the municipality of Naic in the presence of Gov. Boying Remulla, Senator Cynthia Villar, Regional Director Marilou Q. Toledo of DTI-IV-A, Municipal Mayor Junio Dualan and Vice Mayor Rogelio Pangilinan on March 20, 2017. The program aims to strengthen the entrepreneurship spirit and encourage entrepreneurs who wish to start a small business. The new office will facilitate registration, consultations and other related services which include promotion and financial recommendations for entrepreneurs. Likewise, during the event, a mini garbage truck was donated by Sen. Villar for the people of Naic to aid in the garbage collection and cleanup activities of the community. (PICAD) DUTERTE APPROVES NATIONAL SECURITY GUIDELINES FOR BUREAUCRACY PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has approved the enhanced National Security Policy ‎2017- 2022 (NSP) that serves as guide for the government bureaucracy in the efforts to safeguard national security interests. “This version of the NSP now directs the national security sector to be aligned with and in tandem with the recently approved Philippine Development Plan,” Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a press briefing on Tuesday, March 14, in Malacañang. Abella said the NSP was approved by the President during the National Security Council meeting last Monday, March 13. Among the matters discussed during the National Security Council meeting include the peace process with the CPP- NPA-NDF, the West Philippine Sea issue, and the anti-illegal drugs campaign, among others. On the peace process, Abella said the President acknowledged the joint statement of the government peace panel and the National Democratic Front (NDF) on the intent to resume formal peace talks. “To ensure that genuine peace talks are realized, the President asked both panels to agree on clear parameters for ceasefire and the talks,” Abella explained. In addressing illegal drugs, meanwhile, Abella said President Duterte has directed the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to be more actively involved in the PDEA- led anti-drug operations, together with the Armed Forces and the Philippine National Police (PNP). In the same briefing, Abella cited Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs, which says that the Philippines has become an ideal business environment for women to prosper. “The Philippines ranks eighth among top 20 markets in the world, gaining an overall index of 68.4 on the Mastercard Index of Women entrepreneurs in 2017,” Abella said. Citing the continued policy of breaking the glass ceiling Abella said the Duterte administration continues to support endeavors of Filipino women. Abella also announced that barely nine months in office, the Duterte administration has seen an increase in exports. “The Palace is pleased to announce that the Philippine merchandise exports reached 5.13 billion in January, surging 22.5 percent, the highest growth posted in three years,” Abella said. He said garments and clothing accessories exporters saw a 270 percent increase, followed by coconut oil products, which grew 230 percent; and chemicals, which saw a 105 sundan sa pahina 3 “We are very happy with this partnership with DTI. Having a Negosyo Center in our town will be very helpful for our existing and aspiring businessmen/ businesswomen as this will bring entrepreneurship closer to them,” said Naic Mayor Junio C. Dualan. Negosyo Center is a one-stop shop for services that cater to the entrepreneurs’ needs in processing requirements necessary to establish a business and in accessing information essential for their growth. “Naicqueños can now go directly to the Negosyo Center to register their business name, to access information on how to continued on page 2 Pres. Duterte assures welfare of policemen’s families at 38th PNPA Commencement exercises TRECE MARTIRES, CAVITE -- “The government will be with you as you fight in the frontlines for that dream of a better tomorrow and safer Philippines.” President Rodrigo Duterte made the remarks yesterday at the 38th Commencement exercises of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Masidlak Class of 2017 at the Gen. Cicero C. Campos Grandstand in Silang, Cavite. This is the first time that Mr. Duterte attended the PNPA graduation rites as President, and he urged the new police officers to do the right thing and follow the rules. He said, “Fight for the country, do it right. You have been lectured on the rules on how to do it. Do it right.” Pres. 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