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Bacolod City, PhilippinesWednesday, October 24, 2012
2,000 more jobs seen with
SM City expansion

The expansion of its mall at the reclamation area by SM Prime Holdings Inc. is progressing with phase 1 targeted for completion in the first semester 2013, with its anchor store at the north building set to relocate to the new three-storey building, a press release from the mall said.

Once fully completed and leasable areas have been occupied, the new building will benefit 2,000 people through new jobs, it added.

With more space to occupy, shoppers can expect the availability of a wider range of practical and fashionable items, the press release said.

Vivant Corp., Silay tie-up
for hydro power project

The Silay City government and Vivant Corp. Tuesday launched a proposed a hydropower plant project in Barangay Kapitan Ramon, Silay City, a press release from the city said.

The hydropower plant will be built at the Malogo River in Barangay Kapitan Ramon, the press release said.

Executive officers from Vivant Corp. during the launching were chairman of the board Dennis Garcia, Vice President for Corporate Planning Emil Andre Garcia, and Assistant Vice President Johnny Roxas.

Negrense dairy
workers hired in NZ

Two trained dairy farmers of Negros Occidental are now working at the Rosehill Dairy Farm Ltd. at North Chatton Road, Gore, New Zealand, Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Renante Decena, said yesterday.

Glen Acuña of Silay City and Elmor Juanitas of Murcia town who were both trained at the Provincial Livestock Breeding Center and Dairy Farm and are now working for Kenny Baynes as dairy farm workers, Decena said.

He said they were trained in farm management, animal raising, dairy production and management, and in other skills related to farming.

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