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Old May 29th, 2010, 12:29 PM   #641
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nice place to hung out.....even boracay doesnt have this one...only in siargo......how much is the room rate of club tara with the villa near the sea......thank you
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Old June 1st, 2010, 08:34 AM   #642
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nice place to hung out.....even boracay doesnt have this one...only in siargo......how much is the room rate of club tara with the villa near the sea......thank you
club tara i believe is located in bucas grande island not siargao.
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Old June 2nd, 2010, 04:46 PM   #643
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club tara i believe is located in bucas grande island not siargao.
ahh uki...thanks for clarification....do u have any idea regarding the rate?
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Old June 5th, 2010, 05:09 AM   #644
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Old June 5th, 2010, 05:10 AM   #645
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ahh uki...thanks for clarification....do u have any idea regarding the rate?
you may visit their official website www.clubtara.asia
or the soccoro.gov.ph
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Old June 5th, 2010, 05:13 AM   #646
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club tara i believe is located in bucas grande island not siargao.
bukas grande islands with socorro, la janoza island still part of siargao at boknot.
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Old June 9th, 2010, 03:34 AM   #647
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bukas grande islands with socorro, la janoza island still part of siargao at boknot.
they are all part of surigao norte but these are 3 different islands (geographically). socorro is a distinct municipality from those municipalities in siargao. la janoza is just a brgy. i believe although i dont know which municipality it belonged to - maybe GL.

siargao and bucas grande however is part of the proclaimed SIPLAS - siargao island protected land and seascape.
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Old June 13th, 2010, 08:17 AM   #648
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Old June 21st, 2010, 01:31 PM   #649
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Surge in investments turning Caraga as RP mining capital
By MIKE U. CRISMUNDO
June 21, 2010, 4:38pm


BUTUAN CITY – The Caraga region is emerging as the Philippines’ mining capital with mushrooming mining investments, both foreign and domestic, officials said Monday.

Owing to its fresh water that encompasses the borders of the provinces of Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur, Northeastern Mindanao or the Caraga region is where the Philippines’ largest deposits of gold, nickel, chromite, manganese, base metals, and silver ore are found.

Mining is considered as the engine of growth in Northeastern Mindanao.

The Philippines is also third in copper deposit in the Asia Pacific region.

The conference of Environmental Justice held in Ulan Bataar, Mongolia on Sept. 22-25 last year already acknowledged the Caraga region as the emerging mining capital in Asia, said Regional Director Brielgo O. Pagaran of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Caraga region.

With the present Philippine Mining Act or Republic Act 7942, the Philippines has become the friendliest country for foreign mining firms as they are given tax holidays, a favorable free and prior informed consent guidelines and auxiliary benefits attached to the mining permits issued.

Todate, the Caraga region hosts at least 62 mining firms engaged in mining exploration covering some 103,643.25 hectares or 55.29 percent of the entire mining permits approved in Mindanao.

Including existing mining operations and applications, more than one million hectares of mining areas are potential for mining investments.

In the pipeline, 80 more Mineral Production and Sharing Agreement or MPSAs are pending for approval, 124 application for exploration permits and five pending applications for Financial and Technical Assistance Agreements (FTAA’s). Todate, at least 41 MPSAs are already operating in various areas in Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur and on Dinagat Islands.

At least 71 Applications for Production Sharing Agreement (APSA) have already been approved with 247,916.59 hectares while exploration permits (EP) also reached to 17 with 25,147.56 hectares.

The mining operations in the Caraga region has improved the living conditions of the people in the countryside as many villagers, mostly indigenous people (IPs), find work while tax revenues for the local governments also increased, Pagaran said.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 01:42 PM   #650
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Old June 21st, 2010, 09:54 PM   #651
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wala naman akong nakitang improvement... sa Caraga
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 07:14 AM   #652
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wala naman akong nakitang improvement... sa Caraga
o really? as in really?
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 10:34 AM   #653
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 10:49 AM   #654
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whoa!!!! the place is just exceptionally awesome....luv those muslim inspired cabanas...hope to visit the place someday if financial matters permits...
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Old June 24th, 2010, 07:42 AM   #655
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whoa!!!! the place is just exceptionally awesome....luv those muslim inspired cabanas...hope to visit the place someday if financial matters permits...
indeed! you should visit the palce sir. it feels your in dffrent dimesion.
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Old June 24th, 2010, 08:47 AM   #656
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whoa!!!! the place is just exceptionally awesome....luv those muslim inspired cabanas...hope to visit the place someday if financial matters permits...
they are not muslim or islamic inspired style....but Balinese
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Old June 26th, 2010, 10:44 PM   #657
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o really? as in really?
1980's pa me sa agusan, i been travelling in the Philippines between 2001-2009 from north to south, butuan is known to be an old kingdom and a timber city before... plus its location as a center of caraga... pero ang improvements murag bao gakamang...kadauli naku wa gyuy nabag-o gawas anang tulay ni diosdado ug gaisano... mga plaza dynasties before karon.. naalisdan ug mga amante nga samot pud was nahimo sa cabadbaran and entire agusan... kaila man siguro mo sa mga anak ug kaigsuonan sa mga amante's, saonz na lang paglambo... hinaut unta nga ang batan-on amante maka-amgo sa kahimtang sa entire caraga... into progress...
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Old July 1st, 2010, 03:20 AM   #659
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Caraga seen as emerging mining capital in Asia
Written by Alden Pantaleon / Correspondent
Sunday, 27 June 2010 18:36

BUTUAN CITY—The Caraga region is now being viewed as the emerging “mining capital” in Asia with an increasing number of foreign and domestic investors pouring capital into the local mineral industry, a ranking official of the region’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) here said.

Caraga’s Trade and Industry regional director Brielgo O. Pagaran said the region has already been acknowledged as Asia’s emerging mining capital. He said at least 41 mineral production and sharing agreements (MPSAs) are now operating in the provinces of Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur including Dinagat Islands.

Pagaran said the region, having rich mineral deposits, has attracted many new investors. He added that at least 71 applications for production sharing agreement have already been approved with 247,916.59 hectares, while exploration permits (EP) also reaches to 17 with 25,147.56 hectares.

Earlier, the Board of Investments has reportedly approved the grant of incentives to Marcventures Mining and Development Corp. (MMDC)’s P474-million nickel-mining project in Cantilan, Surigao del Sur. The MMDC’s nickel ore-mining project has capacities of up to 800,000 wet metric tons.

MMDC’s nickel ore-mining project is expected to be operational starting this month and will employ around 215 people.

Sources said the Sumitomo Co. and Zamora Group mining investments are also expected to invest $1.2 billion in Surigao del Norte.

At present, Caraga region hosted at least 62 mining firms already engaged in mining exploration covering some 103,643.25 hectares, or 55.29 percent, of the entire mining permits approved in Mindanao.

Records at the Mines and Geosciences Bureau regional office, however, show that around 80 MPSAs,124 EP applications and five financial and technical assistance agreements are pending approval. 

Caraga, which is composed of four provinces in northeastern Mindanao, is the largest exporter of minerals in the island with Japan, China and Australia as its main market.  It has an estimated 3.2 metric tons of assorted mineral deposits and is known as having Asia’s largest nickel deposit.

Nickel is commonly used in producing stainless steel, super alloys, electroplating, batteries, coinage, magnets and other industrial and commercial materials.

The DTI’s consolidated production report indicated  that the region’s 2007 production reached  P6.8 billion, but dropped to  P3.28 billion in 2008. Sources, however, said  mining investments in the region only reached $370 million in 2007.

“The decline of the consolidated production in 2008 was due to the global economic crisis, but it started to bounce back in 2009,” Pagaran said.  

He pointed out that the mining operations in the Caraga region have improved people’s  living conditions in the countryside as most of them, particularly indigenous people, found jobs while tax revenues for local government units also increased.

In 2008 alone, Pagaran said at least 9,291 people were employed by mining companies spread in different provinces. He added that the government revenue collection also went up by P1.241 billion in 2007 alone while social-development programs reached P50.5831 million.
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Joint oathtaking of Caraga's mining engineers, mine safety body set on Thursday

by Fryan E. Abkilan

Surigao Del Norte (July 28) -- The Philippine Society of Mining Engineers ? Caraga Chapter (PSEM) and the Caraga Mine Safety and Health Committee (CMSHC), in coordination with the Chamber of Mines of Caraga Region Incorporated (CMCRI) and the Mines and Geosciences Bureau-XIII (MGB-13), will hold a joint induction and oath-taking of newly elected officers on Thursday, July 29, 2010.

It will take place at the Hotel Tavern in Surigao City and will promptly start at 6 o'clock in the evening.

PSEM Officers for 2010-2011 to be inducted are: Jose B. Anievas ? President; Charlo R. Basadre ? Vice-President; Abedee C. Zerda ? Secretary; Arnel T. Pelaez ? Treasurer; Renie E. Alvarado ? Auditor.

Elected Board of Directors are as follows: Abedee C. Zerda ? Pacific Cement Phils. Inc.; Victoriano Nunez ? Pacific Nickel Phils. Inc.; Jose B. Anievas ? Taganito Mining Corp.; Cyril Vizcayno ? Hinatuan Mining Corp.; Joselito C. Raguini ? Cagdianao Mining Corp.; Reynaldo Gaspe ? Krominco Inc.; Renie E. Alvarado ? SR Metals Inc.; Alvin B. Castanos ? Philsaga Mining Corp.; William Kewan ? Carrascal Nickel Corp.; Arnel T. Pelaez ? Silangan Mindanao Mining Company Inc.; Charlo R. Basadre ? Mines and Geosciences Bureau 13.

Also, CMSHC to be inducted are: Rennan Y. Cuadrillero ? Chairman; Felix L. Piala ? Vice-Chairman; Edgay Thomas E. Bagalay ? Secretary; Gina R. Aspillaga ? Treasurer; Quirico A. Canta, Jr. ? Auditor.

The affair will be witnessed by the Honorable Undersecretary Jeremia Dolino of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), "as we recognize his valuable contribution to the mining industry," said in a statement sent to PIA.

Guests from PSEM National, Mindanao Association of Mining Engineers (MAEM) and PRC Board Examiners for Mining Engineers will also grace in the event. (PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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