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
Labuyo is a pre-war Barangy. It is one of the oldest barangays of Tangub City. Its name is derived from a rooster that woke up people at down, because according to an old story, many wild roosters were seen in the Barangay. Barangay Labuyo was divided into sitios namely “Lubing Bugtong” (now Aquino) Prenza, Garang and Maquilao. Because Mayor Alfonso Tan’s strong political will, the sitios become independent Barangays. Labuyo.... Read more
The ‘’SUBANENS” were the first settlers of Barangay Lorenzo Tan. They depended on hunting wild animals for food especially the meat needed during festivals, usually ‘’baboy ihalas’’ or wild pig.‘’PONTOD’’ was the first name given to the place; it was a sitio of Barangay Pangabuan. The name ‘’Pontod’’ was given by early settlers from Cebu to the people who were just wearing a ‘’G-string’’ or ‘’Bahag.’’Pontod was also a synonym .... Read more
In the early days, the Subanens inhabited the Mt. Malindang Range. According to this group of people, Barangay Manga was still a virgin forest and wild animals thrived everywhere. There was a portion of an area where a big mango tree was standing. The shade of the tree was used by the Subanens as their meeting place either for group assembly or simply a resting place. They enjoyed the taste of the fruit too..... Read more