Mati building fishport, dairy plant to diversify agricultural base
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Mati, the capital of Davao Oriental province, recently celebrated its 14th year of cityhood with projects supporting agri-ventures, particularly fisheries and dairy production. The city broke ground on a modern fishport, which is expected to pave the way for a processing industry. Mati Mayor Michelle N. Rabat, in an online interview with BusinessWorld, said the city is projecting an annual fish catch of over 10,200 metric tons and more than 1,600 vessels that will utilize the port once completed.
Padillo, M. M. (2021, June 28). Mati building fishport, dairy plant to diversify agricultural base. BusinessWorld, p. S1/5.
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