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Valenzuela unveils new Trade Center

Valenzuela City has opened its new Valenzuela Trade Center, which represents the city’s “strong position to uphold its economic vibrancy.”

The new center is a three-storey building which houses the Cong. WES Gatchalian Serbisyo Center on the ground floor; trade and industry offices on the second floor, including the Department of Trade and Industry, Local Economic and Investment Promotions Office, Cooperative Development Office, Job Generation Office, Public Employment Service Office, Livelihood Office, and Worker’s Affairs Office.

Community services offices are on the third floor, such as the Samahan ng mga Barangay Kagawad, Office, Constituents Affairs Office, People’s Law Enforcement Board, Youth Office, Task Force Out-of-School Youth Office, Valenzuela Anti-Drug Abuse Council, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Department of the Interior and Local Government.

Mayor Rex Gatchalian accorded the trade center as the “data center” specifically intended for

private individuals who are interested in doing business in Valenzuela City.

Gatchalian said he envisioned putting all government offices in one areas for easier access of the residents.

Attendees to the formal opening recently include city councilors, punong barangays and barangay kagawads, members of the management team and key officers of various business organizations in Valenzuela.

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