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BATAAN

 

Language / Dialect

 

Bataan Provincial RoadPhoto from: skyscrapercity.com

 

Tagalog is the chief language constituting 86 percent of the total population of the province of Bataan. Pampango came after with ten percent and the rest speaks Ilocano. English is utilized mainly as the means of bargaining in business.

 

 

Major Industries

 

Bataan BusinessesPhoto from: cityofbalanga.gov.ph

Bataan continues fundamentally an agricultural province despite of the very fast industrialization during the last ten years. This province is a major producer of banana, mango and palay. There are big industrial establishments in Bataan such as export processing zone, modern oil refinery, munition and carbon plants, pulp and paper mills, and thermal plants. Mariveles is the place of an export processing zone that is the cause for heavy industry in Bataan. Brooms, ropes and shell craft are some of the home industries. Some of the hope giving livelihood programs are cattle and carabao fattening, hog rearing, and poultry industry, particulary broilers, ducks and egg production. Tinapa is one of the livelihood products of the coastal towns in Bataan. – Read More: centralluzon.com

 

 

Photo from:  http://www.philgems.com.ph/location/bataan

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

The Historical Province of Bataan

World War II Historical Places in Bataan

Wonderful Beaches and Resorts in Bataan

Other Interesting Places in Bataan

Special Events and Festivals in Bataan

Having Fun in Bataan



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