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Tuesday 30th September 2014
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Batangas Facts


Population: Approx 190,627
Longitude: 121.02
Latitude: 13.78
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Calapan
(about 27 miles away)

Batangas Weather


Current Weather in Batangas
Top 8 Beach Destinations in Batangas
The Southern Tagalog Region, specifically in the province of Batangas, will not become a famous tourist destination without its fair share of many beautiful beaches. Showcasing natural landscapes common in the tropic, beach resorts in Batangas are some of the places that tourists will surely love and have a good time with. Acuatico Beach Resort in Laiya […] (Visited 358 times, 370 visits today ...
Body found inside a box in Batangas
BATANGAS -- A dead body was found inside a box thrown into a ditch by residents in Barangay Mojon-Tampoy, San Jose, Batangas Saturday night.
Vilma back to work after getting hospitalized
Batangas Governor Vilma Santos has returned to work after getting hospitalized due to stress and stomach ulcer.
Subic, Batangas to lower port fees starting Oct. 1
Port fees in Subic Freeport and Batangas will be lowered starting October 1 as part of efforts to establish these ports as alternative ports for Manila, which still remain heavily congested. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) will charge lower fees starting October 1 as part of its thrust to establish Subic Freeport as the alternative port for Manila. According to SBMA Chairman Roberto ...
Subic, Batangas named extensions of Manila port
President Aquino has signed Executive Order 172 declaring the ports of Subic and Batangas as extensions of the Port of Manila during congestion and other emergency situations, such as strikes, lockouts and natural calamities, a Palace official said yesterday.
Germany’s Stihl group investing P2.5B in PH plant
German manufacturing giant Stihl Group is investing P2.5 billion in a production facility in Batangas, reportedly the biggest “building investment” made by the company across its global operations to date.
4 traders shot dead in Batangas
BATANGAS (UPDATED) - Four businessmen were shot dead while two of their companions were wounded when unidentified armed men shot them in Mabini town Sunday evening, police said.
Alternative ports named, but ...
BATANGAS and Subic ports will serve as extensions of the Port of Manila in order to ease congestion, President Benigno S.C. Aquino III has ordered, but businesses said any benefit would be “minimal.”
Aquino declares Batangas, Subic extensions of Manila port
MANILA, Philippines--President Aquino has declared the Port of Batangas and the Subic Bay Freeport as extensions of the Manila Port during times when there is port congestion and "other emergency cases."   The President has issued Executive Order No. 172 to this effect, saying there was a need to adopt measures "to immediately and effectively address the existing port congestion in the Port of ...
Aquino assigns Manila port extensions during emergency situations
President Benigno Aquino III has signed an executive order declaring Subic and Batangas ports as extensions of the port of Manila “in case of port congestion and emergency situations.”

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