Department of Trade and Industry

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Board Of Investments

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Department Of Tourism

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Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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The main responsibility of PCCI is to provide focused advocacy for business growth and sustainable development by providing business services for the advancement of grassroots entrepreneurship, chamber development, international trade relations, business innovation and excellence, and operating efficiency. These will be achieved through a professional organization working in close cooperation with various stakeholders in public and private sectors.

Federation Of Philippine Chamber of Commerce

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The organization's main agenda was to organize itself into a federation through the support and encouragement of the Office of the President of the Philippines in cooperation with the Consul Corps, the DTI and the BOI.  At the hub of Filipino business activities in the United States is the Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce Inc., an organization established in response to a perceived need to mobilize Philippine business communities in the U.S. 

Philippine Consular General Los Angeles

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The Consulate General of the Philippines in Los Angeles was established in 1947 to implement Philippine foreign policy within its jurisdiction and foster closer relations with the ever-growing Filipino-American community. 

It serves the needs of the largest Filipino community in the United States through the following services:  assistance to distressed Filipinos, economic diplomacy, issuance of passports and visas, civil registration, notarials and other legal services, and the promotion of Philippine culture.

The Philippine Embassy- Washington D.C

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The Philippines and the United States have an enduring alliance that is based on deep historical and cultural ties. The Philippines gained its independence from the United States on July 4, 1946, and diplomatic relations were formally established the same day.

Department of Foreign Affairs

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Republic Act No. 7157, otherwise known as "Philippine Foreign Service Act of 1991", gives mandate to the Department of Foreign Affairs to implement the three (3) pillars of the Philippine Foreign Policy, as follows:

1. Preservation and enhancement of national security

2. Promotion and attainment of economic security

3. Protection of the rights and promotion of the welfare and interest of Filipinos overseas.

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City Of Houston

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Minority Business Development Center

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Score Houston

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Greater Houston Partnership

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Texas Workforce Commission

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Better Business Bureau

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