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==Featured News of The Philippines==
==Featured News of The Philippines==
Updated: February 7, 2022
Updated: February 8, 2022


'''NoCot LGU extends P1.2-M aid to ASF affected farmers'''.<br>
'''PH’s largest bus firm welcomes relaxed travel restrictions'''.<br>
KABACAN, North Cotabato – The town government released Monday some PHP1.2 million worth of financial aid to hog farmers here affected by the African swine fever (ASF). Mark Osoteo, town information officer, said the recipients received the cash grants in a brief ceremony dubbed as the ‘Assistance to Swine Farmers’ attended by several local officials and agriculture personnel at the town hall. The LGU repaid the financial aid based on the hogs being depopulated: sow and boar is PHP5,000; fattener and grower - PHP4,000; weanlings - PHPP1,500; and suckling and piglets - PHP 500 each.
BACOLOD CITY – The Bacolod-based Yanson Group of Bus Companies (YGBC), the country’s largest bus firm, has welcomed the easing up of travel restrictions to spur economic activities amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. Matriarch Olivia Yanson, corporate secretary and treasurer, said in a statement on Tuesday placing the key cities under Alert Levels 3 and 2 eases people’s mobility both for work and leisure. “Mobility directly translates into a bigger demand for public transport. This is a big relief to the transport industry,” she added.
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'''DTI-DavSur registers over 1.3K MSMEs'''<br>
'''4.7K agrarian reform beneficiaries in NegOcc get land titles'''<br>
DAVAO CITY – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao del Sur has registered more than 1,300 local micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in January through the annual Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS) activities all over the province, the DTI-11 said Monday. Since January 3 this year, the DTI-11 said Negosyo Center (NC)-based business counselors have been manning their respective stations to assist with business name registration, business consultancy, and other related services. It resulted in the registration of 1,332 business names - 200 from Digos City; Sta. Cruz (95); Bansalan (134); Hagonoy (260); Magsaysay (40); Sulop (133); Padada (41); Malalag (273); Kiblawan (70); and Matanao (86).
BACOLOD CITY – At least 4,754 farmer-beneficiaries in Negros Occidental received certificates of land ownership award (CLOAs) during the distribution rites conducted by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in Sipalay City on Tuesday. The recipients, from 17 municipalities and cities, were awarded 4,729 hectares of agricultural lands with 8,259 CLOAs under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). DAR Secretary Bernie Cruz, who led the ceremony held at Kyla’s Event Hall in Barangay 2, said he hopes having land titles would be the start of a better life for the farmer-beneficiaries with assistance from DAR and the local government.


Source: "[https://www.pna.gov.ph/ PNA.GOV.PH]"
Source: "[https://www.pna.gov.ph/ PNA.GOV.PH]"