Philippine Ambassador to New Zealand, Virginia Benavidez, and the officers and members of the Dairy Confederation of the Philippines and the Batangas Dairy Cooperative, met with Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala, and National Dairy Authority Administrator Grace Cenas recently on the domestic dairy industry.
Benavidez said many Filipinos employed in the dairy industry of New Zealand are interested in setting up dairy farms in the Philippines and sharing their knowledge and experience, particularly on dairy production technology and pasture management, a press release from DA said.
Long term solution
backed for oil price hikes
QUEZON CITY – The Department of Energy has laid various plans and long term programs to mitigate the effects of the continuing oil price hike, an official from the Oil Industry Management Bureau, Director Zenaida Monsada, said in a press release.
“Most of the solutions are not instant,” Monsada said, pointing that the mandate of the DOE is to ensure adequate and continuous supply of energy.
While the DOE has no control on the price of oil and other petroleum products under deregulation law, it monitors price movement in the international oil market, Monsada said.
CEB needs over
200 cabin, support crew
Cebu Pacific seeks over 200 pilots, cabin crew, and technical and non-technical support crew in a recruitment fair, Friday and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ballroom A of Dusit Thani Manila, Ayala Center, Makati City, a press release from CEB said.
It added that the airline is expanding in the Asia-Pacific region, and needs fun and dynamic individuals who can be part of the Cebu Pacific family. This year, CEB offers even more high-paying jobs to key positions, especially with the scheduled delivery of 52 more aircraft until 2021, it also said.
Only cabin crew applicants will be accommodated during the one-day processing Friday.