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Bacolod City, PhilippinesThursday, March 7, 2013
‘LBC facing complaints
from 2 more customers’

Two more Negrenses yesterday lodged complaints before the Department of Trade and Industry-Negros against freight firm LBC for its alleged failure to deliver their packages, DTI provincial director Rebecca Rascon, said.

Efren Timtiman and his son Paul Jun of Bacolod City first filed their complaint before the DTI-Negros when they did not receive the package sent by his daughter Neila Joy of Richmond, California.

DTI acting chief for Freight Center Marceliano Bernal Jr. has scheduled the mediation today at the agency’s office in Manila.

Biz for campaign materials
still slow, printing firms say

Local printing presses in Bacolod City have not yet received contracts from local politicians running for public office in this year’s mid term election for the printing of their campaign materials though they have received inquiries about their services.

The DAILY STAR contacted personnel of six printing presses in Bacolod -- Navarro Press Trading and Printing Services, Print World Printing Press, Alpha Publishing Corp., Panorama Printing Inc., Selecta Press Inc., and OutdoorMaster on the matter.

Christine San Miguel, owner of Navarro Press, told the DAILY STAR that aside from their regular customers, no politician has closed a deal with them for election campaign materials.

Neg. Occ. on the way to
rice self-sufficiency’

Negros Occidental is on its way to reaching its goal of becoming a rice self-sufficient province with a 23 percent increase in its rice production for 2011-2012, a press release from the government said.

“No province, no region in the country has had this increase in rice production,” Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. said in the press release.

Marañon also said that because of the province’s program on crop insurance, the national government is increasing the coverage of the insurance from 4,000 hectares in Negros Occidental to 12,000 hectares of rice land.

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