DBP Building [Iloilo City Cultural Heritage]

The three main activities of the DBP are loaning banking, and the sale of progress bonds. Generally, these loans are classified as agricultural, industrial, and real estate. Banking is concentrated on savings and time deposits. Progress Bonds are sold to finance the further economic development of the Philippines. All particular information on the above could be given by the DBP office.

DBP Building

Text from: Iloilo for the Businessman published by the International Chamber of Commerce Iloilo (1973). CPU Henry Luce III Library

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