Mindanao Tourism


THE Mindanao Development Authority's (Minda) advocacy for an increased budget has finally paid off following the approval of the P157-million budget for tourism development in Mindanao this year by the Tourism Infrastructure Enterprise Zone Authority (Tieza).
Speaking before the 20th Mindanao Business Conference (Minbizcon) held in Davao City recently, Secretary Luwalhati Antonino, Minda chair, said that in the last 10 years, Mindanao would only get an average of 7-10 percent budget share from Tieza (then Philippine Tourism Authority).

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