Prawn farming profitable
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This city, which has long eluded industrialization due to unfavorable factors - for one thing, fresh water is scarce - may yet find its salvation in the vastness of its fishponds which produce expensive prawns for export. The are approximately a thousand prawn-producing fishpond operators in the entire province of Capiz, 300 of whom have banded themselves into a cooperative known as the Capiz Fishpond Operators Association (CAFOA), with ₱15-million in paid-up capital.
Prawn farming profitable. (1987, June 17). The Manila Journal, p. 6.
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