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Energy and Industry Department, Prime Minister's Office recently established policies with the aim cater the need for a more comprehensive development of both the oil and gas sector as well as the non-oil and gas sector. Current priorities are on the development of selected industries under the purview of EIDPMO and efforts are made to provide a conducive and business-friendly environment to our local entrepreneurs and investors.


 

The main priorities for Industry under the Energy and Industry Department (EIDPMO) are:

  • To promote and strengthen the Halal Industry development, Innovative, Technology and Creative Industry Development, Cottage industry and Cooperatives
  • To provide a conducive Business Environment by making it easier of Doing Business in Brunei Darussalam
  • To promote the Local Business Development (LBD) through the Industry Competency Framework



Industry Highlights




Al-Huffaz Management wins TAIB entrepreneurship programme

slamic education start-up Al-Huffaz Management is on track to continue its rapid growth – which has doubled in the past four months – after being officially announced as the winner of Perbadan Tabung Amanah Islam Brunei’s (TAIB) Entrepreneurship Programme yesterday. Continue...


Talk session highlights grassroots leaders’ role in realising Vision 2035

A TALK session on Brunei Vision 2035 titled ‘Majlis Pemberigaan Wawasan 2035’ was held in the Tutong District yesterday which provided a platform for mukim penghulus and village heads in the district an opportunity to raise questions on current issues relating to the Vision. Continue...


'Bruneihalalfoods' Brand Product Launch

Ghanim International Corporation, the trading and marketing arm of the bruneihalalfoods brand, launched additions to their chicken products range manufactured by Ghanim International UK Limited yesterday. The product launch was held at Giant Supermarket in Rimba. Continue...


Make or Break: Taman Raudah

Seven kids in neatly pressed shirts sit gazing at chalk drawings as their legs dangle from adult-sized seats. Accompanying them, a young woman, presumably in her 20s, who’s brought a DSLR camera, the settings of which she begins to fiddle. Continue...


CPI increases by 0.5pc in February: JPKE

CONSUMER Price Index (CPI) in February 2017 rose by 0.5 per cent over January 2017, according to a press release by the Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE). Both Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages Index and Non-Food Index increased by 0.1 per cent and 0.6 per cent, respectively. Continue...