The Economy of Pampanga Philippines:

The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport becomes more and more one of the premier international airports of the country. Located inside the expansive Clark Freeport Zone which`s grows with different manufactures like electronics and garments. Pampanga has the second largest river in Central Luzon and the name Pampanga derived from the word “pampang” which means riverbanks.  With this, fishing is one of the main industries in Pampanga. From lakes and fish ponds makes the Pampanga a producer of tilapia, mud fish, cattle fish, prawns, shrimp and crabs and others.   Farming is also a main industry of the province. Rice, sugar cane and corn are the major product were produce from farming.  The province also has flourishing cottage industries that specializes in wood carving, furniture-making, guitars, quilt and other handicrafts where in the export industries  taking place. Throughout the year the province of Pampanga is producing Lanterns called “parol” to supply different traders and markets not only in the Philippines but also abroad. Pampanga became the Christmas Capital of the Philippines” where you can find the different sizes and materials used for the colourful lanterns even it is not Christmas season. Pampanga is also been known as the home of the food process industries that engage in producing,  pork and chicken tocino, hotdogs, hams, corned beef, carabeef tocino, Tapa or the seasoned dried meat, longanizas or the Philippines sausages. Pampanga’s cuisine gives also its own contribution to the economy, well known variety of food choices from ordinary to the exotic.  With the growing numbers of the tourists including Filipinos enjoyed the Kapampangan cuisine, especially the native sweets and delicacies that can be also found among Asian’s stores abroad.
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The Economy of Pampanga Philippines:

The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport becomes more and more one of the premier international airports of the country. Located inside the expansive Clark Freeport Zone  which`s grows with different manufactures like electronics and garments. Pampanga has the second largest river in Central Luzon and the name Pampanga derived from the word “pampang” which means riverbanks.  With this, fishing is one of the main industries in Pampanga. From lakes  and fish ponds makes the Pampanga a producer of tilapia, mud fish, cattle fish, prawns, shrimp and crabs and others.   Farming is also a main industry of the province. Rice, sugar cane and corn are the major product were produce from farming.  The province also has flourishing cottage industries that specializes in wood carving, furniture-making, guitars, quilt and other handicrafts where in the export industries taking place. Throughout the year the province of Pampanga is producing Lanterns called “parol” to supply different traders and markets not only in the Philippines but also abroad. Pampanga became the Christmas Capital of the Philippines” where you can find the different sizes and materials used for the colourful lanterns even it is not Christmas season. Pampanga is also been known as the home of the food process  industries that engage in producing,  pork and chicken tocino, hotdogs, hams, corned beef, carabeef tocino, Tapa or the seasoned dried meat, longanizas or the Philippines sausages. Pampanga’s cuisine gives also its own contribution to the economy, well known variety of food choices from ordinary to the exotic.  With the growing numbers of the tourists including Filipinos enjoyed the Kapampangan cuisine, especially the native sweets and delicacies that can be also found among Asian’s stores abroad.
Movie Zone About Pampanga About PampangaTalents PampangaTalents  is a Project of: www.zravel.ch
Pampanga Festivals Cuisine Zip Codes Pampanga Map Tourism Geography Economy Pampanga’s Structure Towns and Cities Landmarks Climate Heroes Education Contact Term of use Private Policy