Mindanao Times http://mindanaotimes.net Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:30:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.23 Velez racks up 3 PPS Davao titles http://mindanaotimes.net/velez-racks-up-3-pps-davao-titles/ http://mindanaotimes.net/velez-racks-up-3-pps-davao-titles/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:20:59 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56029 ]]> JOHN David Velez flashed superb skills and staying power, coming away with a three-title romp in the Palawan Pawnshop-Palawan Express Pera Padala Davao leg age-group tennis circuit at the GSIS Tennis Club last Monday.

Velez fashioned out a 6-1, 6-1 victory in the boys’ 14-and-under finals then scored a 6-1, 6-0 win in the 16-U championship, both against Karl Palo. The rising Davaoeño star then trampled Meynard Badal, 6-1, 6-1, to claim the 18-U diadem in the Group 1 tournament sponsored by Palawan Pawnshop and presented by Slazenger with Dunlop as the official ball.

Minette Bentillo fell short of matching that feat but the Sultan Kudarat find still shared the MVP honors with Velez by winning the girls’ 14- and 16-U titles in the five-day event sanctioned by the Unified Tennis Philippines, made up of PPS-PEPP, Cebuana Lhuillier, Wilson, Toby’s, Dunlop, Slazenger and B-Meg.
As top seed, Bentillo dominated Jilian Manangking, 6-1, 6-1, in the 14-U side then took the 16-U plum as an unranked player via a 6-1, 6-2 upset over No. 1 Paula Uy.

She, however, lost steam and dropped a 6-1, 1-0(ret.) setback to local ace Dana Abad in the 18-U championship.

“Through hard work and determination, Velez has been stamping his class even in heavier division and his exploits should inspire the other young players to strive more by regularly competing in the circuit,” said Palawan Pawnshop president/CEO Bobby Castro.

Mlang’s Tenielle Madis, meanwhile, bagged the girls’ 12-U crown with a 6-1, 6-1 rout of Angelie Ripdos with Reyman Saldivar from Kabacan taking the boys’ diadem with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Andrei Buyante. Kidapawan’s Kael Palo pocketed the 10-unisex title with a 4-2, 4-1 win over Andrei Mateo.

Velez actually made it a four-title feat as he teamed up with Bruce Hurtado to edge Lawrence Colina and EJ Casas, 8-5, to nail the 18-U doubles plum with Abad and Winona Cabardo topping the girls’ side with an 8-3 victory over Bentillo and Uy.

Other doubles winners were Kenny Sing-Roddick Litang and Madis-Shoeloh Ripdos (14-U), and James Aquino-Andrei Mateo (10-U).

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13th Pomelo Tee Open golf on April 26-29 http://mindanaotimes.net/13th-pomelo-tee-open-golf-on-april-26-29/ http://mindanaotimes.net/13th-pomelo-tee-open-golf-on-april-26-29/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:20:21 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56010 ]]> RANCHO Palos Verdes Golf and Country Club in cooperation with the Pomelo Tee Foundation Incorporated will host the 13th edition of the Pomelo Tee Open golf tournament set this April 26 to 29.

The four-day Member-Guest mode of play competition is in partnership with its Platinum sponsors – Rizal Memorial Colleges, Hexat Mining Corporation, Phoenix Petroleum Philippines and Mitsubishi Motors Kar Asia Incorporated.

Registration fee is pegged at P5,000 inclusive of a mulligan good for two days. It is also inclusive of Mizuno merchandise worth P4,000.

Hole-in-one prizes at stake are a brand new Mitsubishi sedan, a Royal Caribbean International cruise, Mizuno merchandise, items from Midea, a Daikin aircon and P500,000 cash.

Registration is now going on at the Rancho Palos Verdes Golf and Country Club or contact 082-286-3673, Erza (0917-705528), Wilson (0915-6032302) and Karl (0917-3121887).


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Jonzlibz tops 81st Araw ng Dabaw bowlfest http://mindanaotimes.net/jonzlibz-tops-81st-araw-ng-dabaw-bowlfest/ http://mindanaotimes.net/jonzlibz-tops-81st-araw-ng-dabaw-bowlfest/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:18:25 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56007 ]]> TEAM Jonzlibz made their presence felt after winning the recent 81st Araw ng Dabaw Duckpin Bowling tournament played at the Mega Dover Lanes and Recreation Center.

ARAW BOWLFEST CHAMPS DACIBA’s Jerson Tamayo (right) awards team Jonzlibz as this year’s Araw ng Dabaw Duckpin Bowling champs played at the Mega Dover Lanes and Recreation Center.

DACIBA’s Jerson Tamayo (right) awards team Jonzlibz as this year’s Araw ng Dabaw Duckpin Bowling champs played at the Mega Dover Lanes and Recreation Center.

Jonzlibz having Jay Libres, Boy Fuentes, Berting Gorgonio, Tata Gorgonio, Alex Alanunay and Mario Sampayan wound-up with 606 pinfalls for this year’s title leaving past MAF Tractor Parts and team Diagold at second and third place, in that order.

MAF Tractor Parts had 587 pinfalls for second place with James Morales, Plutie Banlasan, Tim Ando, Jimboy Gallego, Bobby Fordaliza and Madz Lauro on its roster while Diagold’s 560-pinfall output for third came from Nonoy Baluyot, JV Baluyot, Fritz barros, Eddie Sagario, Ronnie Bernardo and Rudy Castillo.

Team Five Brothers is at third runner-up with 545 pinfalls having Jojo Gonzaga, Titing Banluta, Peddy Enriquez, Jimmy Ranas, Nonie dela Cruz, Jun Auza and Romy Fordaliza. Five Brothers also added another victory with the Highest Team Single with 660 pinfalls.

Host Dover Lanes managed to go home with the Highest Team Double with 1,254 pinfalls while Sonia Ang also made herself to the top spot of the winner’s podium with the Highest Individual Single (180) and Highest Individual Double (325) honors.

Veteran bowler Bong Vergara also entered the honor roll by winning the Highest Pinning honors with 98.

Davao City Bowlers Association (DACIBA) president Jerson Tamayo awarded the winners with their respective cash prizes and trophies after the games.

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Wanderlust | Earth Hour observance with Samal’s bats http://mindanaotimes.net/wanderlust-earth-hour-observance-with-samals-bats/ http://mindanaotimes.net/wanderlust-earth-hour-observance-with-samals-bats/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:15:44 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56009 ]]> IT HAS become some sort of a tradition for Monfort Bat Sanctuary, home of around 2.3 million Geoffroy’s rousette fruit bats (Rousetteus amplexicaudatus) in Barangay Tambo, Island Garden City of Samal, to celebrate the annual Earth Hour.

MONFORT Bat Sanctuary is home to 2.3 million 2.3 million Geoffroy’s rousette

MONFORT Bat Sanctuary is home to 2.3 million 2.3 million Geoffroy’s rousette

“We have a lot to thank these bats for. They are our natural pollinators and seed dispensers. They are responsible for the pollination of our fruits, which our region is abundant with,” said bat sanctuary owner Nomi Monfort.

Monfort, also known as the island’s “Bat Mama”, has always been in the forefront in bat conservation especially that the largest Rousette fruit bat colony in recorded history is located in her 3-hectare property.

Bats, after all, along with insects and birds, are responsible in the pollination of, at least, 1/3 of the world’s food, including 87 of the 113 leading food crops.

“The benefits that we get from them is invaluable, that is why it is very important for us to protect them,” she added.

THE FRUIT bats role as pollinators and seed dispensers is essential in sustaining Philippine forests

THE FRUIT bats role as pollinators and seed dispensers is essential in sustaining Philippine forests

Bats also help mitigate climate change by helping keep a balance in our forests.

“Since they are nocturnal, they act as night shift pollinators and pest controls as they also feed on insects,” shared Monfort.

The event, slated on March 24, Saturday, will highlight also the role of women as nurturers of mother earth. According to Monfort, bats are symbols of motherhood, being the “only mammal who nurse their young until they can fly on their own”.

BAT sanctuary owner Nomi "Bat Mama" Monfort.

BAT sanctuary owner Nomi “Bat Mama” Monfort.

The whole-day event will kick-off at 8 AM with the rose water ceremonial blessing and burning of California sage sticks “to cleanse the ground”. There will also be a BATtiangge, to be participated by beach resorts and other organizations, where they will be distributing information about their advocacies, sell natural and organic products, and serve plant-based food and drinks.

Teresa L. Ungson, regional head of the National Nutrition Council, will lead the Organic Gardening Workshop slated in the afternoon.

BAT sanctuary owner Nomi "Bat Mama" Monfort

BAT sanctuary owner Nomi “Bat Mama” Monfort

The event will also feature pranic healing sessions, Angel Card and Virtuescope readings, free meditation classes, film showing, and a massage spa that will make use of crystals, Himalayan pink salts as well as Filipino hilot. A sunset meditation will signify the start of the evening activities in preparation for the Bat Emergence Night tours.

Earth Hour is a global movement organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature that encourages encourage individuals, communities, and business establishments to turn off non-essential electric lights for an hour as a symbol of their commitment to save the planet.

ONE of the entry points of the bats to their cave in Barangay Tambo

ONE of the entry points of the bats to their cave in Barangay Tambo



On April 8, the Mindanao Banana Farmers and Exporters Association, Inc, an association of independent banana farmers and exporters, will hold its first ever fun run event in Panabo City.

THIS writer with race organizer Dax Ang and  MBFEA's Gladys Mebrano Garcia

THIS writer with race organizer Dax Ang and MBFEA’s Gladys Mebrano Garcia

“Davao has always been known as one of the world’s largest producers of Cavendish banana. Through this event, we want to raise awareness on the importance and contributions of the Cavendish banana industry to the region,” said MBFEA executive admin officer Gladys Mebrano Garcia during the press con.

According to Garcia, they also want to make their upcoming event an opportunity to encourage local residents on the health benefits of consuming Cavendish bananas.

The upcoming MBFEA Fun Run will have a 3K and 6K categories for both men and women. Davao-based Erwin “Pastour” Emata, the first Filipino who conquered Mt. Everest, will be the event’s race director.

“Aside from the camaraderie and fun among participants, the run will also benefit one of the schools in our indigenous communities in Davao del Norte,” said Garcia.

Additional photos courtesy of Rhonson Ng.

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Scene city | Fabulous Birthday Bash 2018 http://mindanaotimes.net/scene-city-fabulous-birthday-bash-2018/ http://mindanaotimes.net/scene-city-fabulous-birthday-bash-2018/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:05:30 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56008 ]]> FABULOUS indeed is the word to describe the double birthday celebration of homegrown business RDL’s owners who celebrated another successful milestone on Mar. 10, 2018 at D’ Leonor Inland Resort and Adventure Park.

LEONORA Lim with Albert Martinez

LEONORA Lim with Albert Martinez

Mercedita D. Lim turned 50, while her mother, Leonora D. Lim turned 72. Merce Lim is the Chief Executive Officer of the MDCL Media and Events and Publisher of the RDL International Magazine. She is also the Executive Vice President for Operations of RDL Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Davao’s homegrown Skin Care Manufacturer.

Leonora D. Lim is RDL’s CEO and President.

Present at the Fabulous Birthday Bash was Robert Lim, RDL Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Executive Vice President who also welcomed guests to the star-studded party led by Korina Sanchez, Albert Martinez, Gabby Concepcion, Ced Torecarreon, and Troy Montero among others.

MERCE Lim announces the names of winners in guessing game, escorted by Gabby Concepcion

MERCE Lim announces the names of winners in guessing game, escorted by Gabby Concepcion

Allan K hosted the program which included the awarding of funds for the favorite charities chosen by RDL: the Badjao Community Foundation represented by Jed Acero, Tambayan Center for Children’s Rights represented by Emmanuel Roldan, Missionaries of Charity represented by Ruth D. Paner and Agnes B. Gonzaga and Bolton Center for Children with Special needs, represented by teacher Agnes F. Tatoy who informed us that she personally feels that special children in her class should be given a chance to enjoy what the other children are given in terms of learning tools, gadgets and other items. Pupils in her class include some deaf-mute, Down syndrome, autistic and blind children. Since the DepEd does not allow her to write solicitation letters, being a public school, she taps her former classmates and friends who are able to share what they can. With the help of her friends from RDL, she was given a check together with the beneficiaries. She says she has grown to love these special children and if given the choice, she prefers to be with the special children she loves and cares for rather than the regular classes, as long as she is with the teaching staff of the school. (Photo Credits – Jeepy Compio)

CED Torecareon poses with Merce Lim and guests

CED Torecareon poses with Merce Lim and guests

BENEFICIARIES  for the chosen charities of RDL receive their checks

BENEFICIARIES for the chosen charities of RDL receive their checks

ROBERT Lim poses with the RDL team

ROBERT Lim poses with the RDL team

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Letter to the Editor http://mindanaotimes.net/letter-to-the-editor/ http://mindanaotimes.net/letter-to-the-editor/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:55:24 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56003 ]]> Amalia Cabusao

Editor in chief

Mindanao Times

Davao City

Dear Editor,


March 7, 2018 – a day that will live in Infamy (at least in MY books), the day that DFA’s “PASSPORTS ON WHEELS” lumbered into town - with Asst. City ADM Dwight Domingo driving. DFA’s vehicle rolled into the Almendra’s gym – and fell flat on its face – na flat tire, nahukhok at namatay.

To get the context, allow me to backtrack. We – like millions – had been trying in vain to get an online appointment to get our four passports renewed. I, as a senior, could have just walked in, but my three caregivers were not – so we needed an appointment.

On March 6, we got a message that DFA was at City Hall to process passports. At first, we thought it was FAKE news, but went anyway since we had nothing to lose but tire.

HALLELUJAH! We got three passports in process but had to return the next day to submit a missing birth certificate.

So the next day, at 7:30 AM we returned but were told to go to the Almendras Gym. DISASTER! There were about 4000+ people there – some who had come at 2 AM from the provinces. So everyone waited – and waited and WAITED! It was now past lunch time, hot, humid, sweaty. People were now angry – angry with each other and angry at the city officials!

Poor Dwight, we thought he was going to be lynched by the mob.

So at 2:30 PM, we were finally done. We got a NUMBER and a TIME SLOT (9-10 AM) on March 16, the final hurdle.

On MARCH 16, Almendras Gym was more organized; thanks to the numerous city and DFA officials.

Now, my question is – how did the present DFA manage to screw-up our passport system. I don’t buy Cayetano and Yasay’s explanation that the root cause is the Aquino’s administration giving the planting to APD, a private firm with ZERO track record!

The problem is lack of SYSTEMS – DFA’s online appointment system is a joke and the passport-on-wheels – a noble idea poorly implemented.

So what needs to be done?

Paminaw, Peter C.:

1. DFA should issue clear guidelines on

(1) the necessary supporting documents

(2) when should a passport be renewed – 3 months or 6 months before?

2. New passport APPLICATIONS and passport RENEWALS should have separate days.

3. If too many applicants, use alphabetical lists for control.

4. Allow SENIOR citizens to bring along immediate family since they usually travel TOGETHER.

5. Get a better online appointment system. The present one is easily swamped thus useless.



Amado Munda



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Editorial | Highland resorts http://mindanaotimes.net/editorial-highland-resorts/ http://mindanaotimes.net/editorial-highland-resorts/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:54:06 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56001 ]]> ONE of the most scenic places in the region, even in the entire island, is that portion of Marilog going to the heart of Mindanao. After the busy trading post of Calinan, the drive towards Marilog district is pleasant – the endless rolling mountains on both sides, the mist-laden valley – soothes the soul of many travellers. As we go further up, the air becomes crisp and sweet, especially in the morning when the fog rolls from the mountains.

It is then not surprising that many would invest in this paradise where one can escape the stifling heat and noise of the city and enjoy the magnificence of nature. This is home to some of our indigenous peoples, the Matigsalog, Ovu Manuvu among others. This beautiful land is their ancestral domain.

Now, it has become a weekend getaway for those who can afford to build structures for their own leisure.

Resorts have sprung up in the area, luring tourists to springs, waterfalls or a nice trek in a relatively pristine land. They offer amenities for those who want to enjoy nature yet can’t live without the comforts of an urban lifestyle. Thus, pools are constructed, walkways installed and buildings erected. The beautiful façade of these resorts, make many people sigh and wish that they too can have the privilege of owning such property.

These resorts are now under scrutiny of the city council. A resolution to create a task force that will look into possible violations of the Amended Tourism Code was passed last Tuesday. Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre, author of the resolution, said that the task force will look into the “integrity, minimum standards to be complied with, as well as environmental and other concerns.” Of the 30 resorts, only two have business permits, he said.

Who owns these resorts? How were they able to own hectares of land in what is said to be an ancestral domain? Do the Lumad partake of this development by way of enjoying a better quality of life or have they been further pushed into the highlands. These are just some of the questions one can think of when driving through that road going to the heart of Mindanao.



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Rough cuts | Standing 4 squares behind the DCPO director http://mindanaotimes.net/rough-cuts-standing-4-squares-behind-the-dcpo-director/ http://mindanaotimes.net/rough-cuts-standing-4-squares-behind-the-dcpo-director/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:51:23 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=56000 ]]> HERE is this one segment of a popular noontime show in a television station that the Movie, Television Review and Censors Board (MTRCB) should look into keenly and immediately and check if it does not smack of bad taste. That is, if the MTRCB has not been made to “sleep” by this giant television network even if the eyes of the board members are wide open and awake.

We are referring to that particular segment where members of the LGBT community are virtually humiliated even as they do the bidding of the hosts of the segment and main show for a measly sum of money and for so little time of exposure on television.

The hosts, and apparently the network management, let members of one sector of the LGBT community participating in the ruthless way of entertaining the television viewers “suffer” certain kinds of indignities in the guise of entertainment.

Yet, the network and some of the program hosts are trying to show to the world that they are guardians of human rights.

Is making fun on certain types of individuals especially their sexuality, not within the ambit of what the MTRCB should regulate in the entertainment industry? Does the right to entertain not have any boundary even if such would mean trampling upon the rights of certain individuals or groups of people?

If indeed the MTRCB is powerless because its members allow the big network to strip them of their powers to review and regulate entertainment programs, then maybe, it is about time that the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) should start looking into whether it can tread into that particular MTRCB domain to remind the network that it might have already gone out of certain boundaries.

Yes, there are other sectors whose rights are infringed upon. Why cannot the CHR rest a little from the tedious running after certain government officials who they perceived to have committed human rights violations and give a little of their time to keep eyes on this another mode of human rights violations?


We are four squares behind Davao City Police Office (DCPO) Director Sr. Supt. Alexander Tagum in his bid to upgrade the status of the DCPO into a police district.

Right now Davao City is experiencing not just an economic boom but a population boom as well. Moreover, with the fast expansion of the city’s development into the suburban areas, the places that used to be classified as rural even at a distance of roughly 15 to 30 kilometers from the city center are now sites of massive housing subdivisions. In other words, the once sleepy peripheries of the city are already booming townships.

And this level of development in the city’s once agricultural enclaves are manifested by the location of big shopping malls, banks, convenient stores, branches of grocery chains, and fast food outlets.

These establishments are also drawing people to the areas and even those who are residing in nearby communities are already doing their shopping rounds in department stores or malls located in these built-up townships instead of going downtown.

In other words, the people’s places of convergence are already dispersed. Therefore, there is need for more police visibility. And by visibility we do not mean that those needing police assistance for one reason or another, have to wait for an average of 30 minutes to one hour because the policemen are based in the current district centers like Calinan, Tugbok, Buhangin, Toril, Marilog or Baguio, or Malabog or Paquibato.

Now, Sr. Supt. Tagum will be able to realize his dream of converting the DCPO into a district, the likelihood is that the present police stations will be converted into police offices and new police stations would most likely be established in appropriate locations.

With such setup of course, there will be additional policemen to man the new police offices and precincts.

And once this happens, the police visibility will become a reality. And this visibility will be coupled with accessibility. That is, in terms of communicating with the police and their fast and immediate response to where their assistance is needed, the people in the community can be assured.

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New Halal resto to open http://mindanaotimes.net/new-halal-resto-to-open/ http://mindanaotimes.net/new-halal-resto-to-open/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:41:38 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=55996 ]]> WADY’S Bistro, a Halal restaurant, is set to be opened at F. Torres St. next month.

Wady Abu Muhammad, owner of Wady’s Bistro, said yesterday in Wednesdays @ Habi at Kape in Abreeza Mall that the restaurant will offer Middle Eastern, Meditteranean and Filipino dishes, bringing back the all-time favorites of his former restaurant.

Among the dishes include biryani, kabsa, pita shateerah, falafel and bruschetta.

“Apart from bringing back the all-time favorites, there will be a Halal bar. My intention is to help tone down the taste from eating biryani and kabsa. Biryani, for instance, has 13 spices and drinking a mocktail after eating it is very advisable,” Muhammad said.

The Halal bar, he said, will have different mocktails.

The bistro is designed by Swito Designs Inc.

The bistro is sourcing products from the locals and Malaysia, which are all Halal or those that are free from forbidden particles like those of pigs, horses, insects, frogs, dogs, cats and other impurities.

Observing on his previous restaurant, Muhammad said most or 80% of the costumers were non-Muslims. He said there were only about 20% who were Muslims. “We hope that there will be an increase of consumers who would choose Halal food,” Muhammad said.

Muhamad’s business also includes the selling of chocolate bars, cheese and perfume.

The perfume, for instance, is infused with essential oils.

“Each bottle costs less than P200. It is customized because it would be tailored fit for the preference of the costumer. It is like you’re on your own perfume,” Muhammad said.

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Deals expected in biz matching http://mindanaotimes.net/deals-expected-in-biz-matching/ http://mindanaotimes.net/deals-expected-in-biz-matching/#comments Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:40:58 +0000 http://mindanaotimes.net/?p=55997 ]]> THE MINDANAO Business Council (MinBC) is expecting that the one-one business matching today between local traders and Taiwan-based companies will result in deals.

Rolando A. Torres, executive director of MinBC, said yesterday in Wednesdays @ Habi at Kape in Abreeza Mall that there would be 23 Taiwan-based companies and 65 local firms in the one-day trade mission at Marco Polo Davao Hotel.

The businesses, he said, were already pre-matched, where they expected to have a total of 200 meetings in the mission.

“Each Taiwan-based company will meet an average of seven local firms. The Taiwan-based companies are really bent on partnering with the local firms as they want to supply high-quality products in the island,” Torres said.

The trade mission is organized by Taiwan Trade Center-Manila in partnership with MinBC.

As of Feb. 27, data from MinBC bared among the Taiwan-based companies that bared interests to join in the activity include Adplus Corp., Afta Technology Co., Chanlinway Technology and Development Co., Cheng long Energy Technology Co., Coloradd Technology Marketing Co., CSPS Co., Da Jie Electricity Machinery Industrial Co., David Lu Corp. and Good Taiwan Goods International Co.

The list also included Heytahai Corp., Insurmix Inc., Jini Baby International Co., Keenpro Industry Corp., Lucky Seven Ocean Corp., Mai Ding Enterprise Co., New Sea Man Enterprises Co., Prompt Integrated Technology, Sun Mines Electrics Co., Sun Up, Sunyeer Technology Co., Tong Na Enterprises Co., Universal Meditek Co., Yield Technology Co., Yun Chang Technology Co. and Yung Fu Industrial Co.

The firms are into automotive, machinery, electronic, medical, and other industries.

“These companies are looking for potential distributors in the Philippines for machineries and products like printed circuit boards and PET bottle molding machines,” MinBC said in a statement.

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