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Department ofTrade and IndustryThis section tackles about the history, logo, and careeropportunities of DTI
HistoryEstablished to address local industry and foreign trade growth, The Department of Trade and Industry(DTI) traces its history back to the creation of the Department of Commerce in 1898. At the time, itsprimary mandate involved supporting the Department of Agriculture and Commerce towards developingnational trade and industry. Nearly 75 years following its inception, changes in government and agencyfunctions would make possible the establishment of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and, following thePeople Power Revolution, the Department as it is presently known.OUR BEGINNINGS1898 - The DTI had its beginnings on 23 June 1898 when President Emilio F. Aguinaldo formed fourgovernment agencies, namely the Departments of Navy, Commerce, Agriculture, and Manufacturing.DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY1901 - The Philippine Commission established the Department of Commerce (and Police). After WorldWar II, President Manuel A. Roxas issued Executive Order (EO) 94 on 04 October 1947, creating theDepartment of Commerce and Industry (DCI). Cornelio Balmaceda, a much sought-after EconomicsProfessor and Bureau of Commerce (BOC) Director, was appointed Acting Secretary of the newly createdDepartment of Commerce and Industry. Prior to EO 94, the Bureau of Commerce was tasked to developand promote the trade and industry of the country under the overall supervision of the Department ofAgriculture and Commerce (Act 4007 on 05 December 1932 by the Philippine Legislature.

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