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(From BusinessWorld (Philippines))
Spanish businessmen will start investing in garments and herbal products and put up a joint venture to produce and export religious items to Spain and Asia next year, the Department of Foreign Affairs said yesterday.
In a statement, ambassador to Madrid Joseph M. Bernardo informed the home office that more Spanish companies are expected to look for opportunities as the embassy starts to focus on trade and investment promotions.
"[We] will likewise capitalize on the successes in the Philippines of Spanish companies such as Soluziona, which partnered with the Manila Electric Co., and Tapon Corona Iberica, which …