There are currently 145 cities in the country, three cities in Mindanao made it to the top 10 of the Philippine Model Cities.
Cagayan de Oro City losts tens of thousands of potential job opportunities.
Davao City remained to be the most-populated city in Mindanao with 1,622,427 population last 2015.
NOTE: This is an update to a MEB article of the same title here.
KCC Mall de Zamboanga is currently the biggest mall in the region. In the afternoon, people pack in the mall’s open area to sea the beautiful sunset. Ed Pal of YouTube gives us a sneak peak of sunset-watching in KCC Mall de Zamboanga.
SURIGAO CITY– After the long due plan to revive mining operations in Nonoc, Surigao City, Top Frontier Investment Holdings Inc., a conglomerate of San Miguel Corporation has now finally set a schedule for the possible construction of $1.5 Billion nickel processing plant in 2018.
Del Carmen, Siargao Islands holds the record of having the largest mangrove forest in the Philippines with 4,000 hectares.
Philippine News Agency (PNA) report on July 28 read Japan to extend $2-million dollar aid in humanitarian grant aid to support relief operations for those affected by the ongoing Marawi siege.
The Philippine Board of Investments (BOI) recently approved San Miguel Foods Inc.’s (SMFI) P1.3 billion meat processing plant in Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur.
In a Sun Star Davao report last August 2, National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said P9-billion is allotted for Mindanao railway construction initial works.
Singapore Business Federation (SBF) eyes investment in port development, information technology, and agribusiness in Davao Region.
Last January, it was reported that City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) of Davao City turned down South Korean’s Davao monorail project proposal.
The statement made by Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio regarding Davao Coastline cancellation shook netizens not only from Davao but in the entire Mindanao as well.