In two to three years, Tangub City’s changing landscape will accelerate the influx of people, business and ideas, especially with the completion of Panguil Bay Bridge. And with this, the socio-economic situation will surely change.
Prospective investors can look over this investment opportunities and tax incentives. This will help them decide to position should they find that Tangub is a profitable business destination. Read more
Tangub City offers a generous incentives to investor in terms of tax exemptions from local business taxes pursuant to Section 133 (g) LGC Tax Exemption Privileges through ordinances duly approved pursuant to Section 192 of the Local Government Code. Specifically, the city government provides tax exemptions from local licenses, fees and dues. Other incentives include a one stop documentation for simplified registration procedure with the assistance of Local Enterprise Investment and Promotions Office, connections to utilities and other agencies related to business investments. Read more
Radio and television program featuring heads of department of local and national agencies in Tangub City about the programs and services of their respective offices aired on radio every Saturday.
Long before, Kimat was still a forest and the first settlers were the Subanen. At that time they lived by planting root crops, hunting wild animals, picking up fruits, and cultivating farms. One of the leaders, whom the Subanen used to kwon was Ladaman and his wife. The couple begot one son and named him Kimat which in Subanen language which means brave, alert, and intelligent. The child became famous of his being alert in capturing and killing a big snakes. Read more
Barangay Baluc is situated at the foot and form part of Mt. Malindang National Park in the north direction. In the East it is bounded by Barangay Sto. Niño. While in the west is barangay San Antonio and barangay Catagan in the South. It has a total land area of 300.2269 hectares. The assessed value is 965.750. The history of Baluc started in 1940 when the place was still a forest. Read more
In 1920, before the world war II, the settlers of Taguite were the Subanen tribe. They were headed by their Timoay named Apo Taguit and wife Etta. Near apo Taguit’s house was a spring which water supplies the residents of the place. Its rivulet connects the Malubog river. The spring survived even during EL Niño and still exists right now. Sometimes in 1935, there were group of Cebuanos from Selonga, Cebu who came to Taguite. Read more