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Bulacan economy not affected by AI report — DTI

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DTI Bulacan head Zorina Aldana (front, left) answers the questions of the media during the "Kapehan with Media Partners" on Friday, July 12, 2019. Also in photo is Cristy Valenzuela, DTI's Business Development head of DTI. (Photo by Manny Balbin)

CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan — The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Bulacan believes that the said province cited as “country’s bloodiest killing fields” in line with the government’s campaign against illegal drugs has no negative effect in the province’ economy.

DTI Bulacan head Zorina Aldana (left) and Cristy Valenzuela, DTI’s Business Development head. (Photo by Manny Balbin)

According to DTI Bulacan Provincial Director Zorina Aldana during the “Kapehan with Media Partners” on Friday, the feedback from the businessmen of the provincial economy is positive.

“The statement of the Amnesty International regarding Bulacan PNP’s war on drugs has just minimal and very slim negativity impact as far as the economy of the province is concerned,” Aldana said.

She also added that the police’s war on drugs shows only that these Bulacan entrepreneurs are “secured”.

Even Bulacan Governor Daniel Fernando is also confident of the current anti-drug campaign by the police in the province.

According to the governor, he continued monitoring the Bulacan PNP’s war on drugs and they were always advised to do their job honestly and proper.

Fernando also hoped that the Bulacan PNP led by its chief P/Col. Chito Bersaluna that there are no human rights violations in every drug operation. (RONDA Balita Online News)

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Emmanuel "Manny" Dineros Balbin, an editor-in-chief of RONDA Balita, Lingguhang Pahayagan ng Masang Intelihente, and RONDA Balita Online News was a former seminarian of Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) in Notre Dame University Seminary in Cotabato City. Graduated Philosophy as major course, Political Science as minor, at the University of Santo Tomas, Legaspi City but landed and became a journalist. A former Journal Group of Publication (People's Journal, Peoples Tonight, Taliba & Women's Journal) staffer for 17 years. Before he was simultaneously contributed news articles to 3 local newspaper in Bulacan (NewsCore, MetroNews & NewsWatcher). A former Journal Group Bulacan correspondent, Kabayan provincial reporter, 2010 Bulacan election correspondent by Rappler and presently, a stringer of Philippine News Agency (PNA) Bulacan.

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