Isabela attracts investments



The Agro-Eco Tourism and Trade Exhibit during the recent Bambanti (Scarecrow) Festival in Isabela was a huge success, based on the huge turnout of visitors, sightseers and buyers. The booths from the various town and cities of the …

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  • DGuardian

    Kahanga-hanga ang proyektong ito at sana ay magtagumpay. Sana rin ay may ganitong uri ng pagsisikap na umunlad ang kabuhayan ng mga tao at ang buong probinsyaa sa lahat ng towns and provinces in the Philippines. Kay Mr. Albano at mga kasama, good luck!

  • jurbinsky77


    And Grace Pedaca was in full steam, then the old tradpol thought of suing Grace in the courts. If the Albanos and the Sys will just silently go, Isabela will be better. Ditto with Cagayan, the Entriles can surf to the seas and not return would equally be good for the people.

  • mamamiamia

    Love you Pinas!

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