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Mula sa inquirer.net: ‘Karen’ strengthens as it moves closer to northern Luzon

At 4 p.m., the storm, which packs maximum sustained winds of 85 kilometers per hour with gusts of 100 kilometers per hour, was located at 890 kilometers east of Casiguran town, Aurora province, the state weather bureau said.

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At mula sa Sun.Star Pampanga: Province to put up satellite office in Clark

Officials of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) and the Aurora Provincial Government have forged an agreement for the establishment of a satellite office for Aurora Province inside the Clark Freeport.

CDC president Benigno Ricafort said the satellite office of Aurora Province in Clark will serve as logistics office for the promotion of agricultural and other export products coming from the province.

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At mula uli sa inquirer.net: Another Port Irene in the works

A port city worth “billions of pesos” is set to sprout in Aurora province, northeast of Manila, where infrastructure projects have been slow because of the mountainous terrain.

The port city will complete a multi-modal development for the province after it was announced earlier that the Dingalan, Baler and Casiguran ports in Aurora were to be linked via roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) services.

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