DA falls short of 2014 target
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The harvest of rice and corn may have amped up the country's full-year agriculture but not enough to hug the government's target for 2014. According to the records of the Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS), the farm sector grew 1.83 percent year-on-year. This was up from the 1.15 increment the previous year but short of the government's 3 percent goal for 2014.
DA falls short of 2014 target. (2015, January 24). Panay News, p. C2.
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