Rehab of Laguna Lake, Manila Bay pushed
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Malacañang “ought to do a Boracay” on Laguna Lake and Manila Bay, which are both rotting fast due to unrestrained human activity, Buhay Rep. Lito Atienza said Sunday. Atienza’s remarks came amid reports that the price of “galunggong” (round scad) has surged to as high as P180 per kilo in wet markets around Metro Manila. In a bid to stabilize the price of the widely-consumed fish variety, the Department of Agriculture issued an administrative order last week permitting the importation of 17 million kilos of galunggong for direct sale to wet markets.
Rehab of Laguna Lake, Manila Bay pushed. (2018, August 20). Manila Standard, p. A6.
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