latest from Baguio Business
SOME P1.822 million worth of farm machinery were distributed to different farmer associations in Conner, Apayao on March 12 by the Department of Agriculture-Cordillera (DA-CAR).
WITH the opening of a Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) branch in Baguio City, officials see an improved business climate in the city as well as in the entire Benguet province.
THREE young Baguio City creatives come together for the first time in this group show at Café by the Ruins, which has been an artist hub since it opened in 1988.
INVESTMENT potential of the cacao industry was emphasized at the Cordillera Cacao Investment Forum on January 25 at the Provincial Capitol, La Trinidad, Benguet.
THE country’s biggest food chain is set to open in time for the Kalinga Bodong Festival next month.
THE decrease of supply in strawberries have caused prices of strawberries sold in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm to increase at P250 per kilo while strawberry picking is set with P600 per kilo.
Advancing biotechnology in the country, some 200 farmer leaders from different regions in the country convene for the National Agri-biotechnology Farmers Congress recently.
THE Baguio Regreening Movement (BRM) urged local businesses to adopt the use of clear and easy to read "No Smoking" signages in their establishments to inform the public.
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