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Bulletins on the rubber producing capacity of the Philippine Islands

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philippines.
    • Subjects:
    • Rubber -- Philippines,
    • Gutta-percha

    • Edition Notes

      Bound with United States. Bureau of Insular Affairs. Rubber-growing industry of the Philippine Islands. Washington, 1911. Firestone, H.S. America should produce its own rubber. [s.l.], 1923. Straits Settlements. Laws, statutes, etc. British colonial laws effecting restricted exportation of crude rubber. [s.l., 1922?]. Conference of Rubber, Automotive and Accessory Manufactures, Washington, D.C., 1923. Report of the Conference. Washington, D. C., 1923. Philippine Islands. Bureau of Commerce and Industry. The possibilities of rubber industry in the Philippines. Manila, [1924?]. Possibilities for para rubber production in the Philippine Islands. Washington, 1925. Figart, D.M. The plantation rubber industry in the Middle East. Washington, 1925. Rubber production in the Amazon Valley. Washington, 1925. United States. Congress. House. Committee Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Crude rubber, coffee, etc. Washington, 1926.

      Other titlesThe rubber producing capacity of the Philippine Islands, Bulletins on.
      StatementBureau of Insular Affairs, War Dept.
      SeriesDocument - 59th Cong., 2d sess., Senate ;, no. 356
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB291.I3 U5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination44 p., 42, 2 leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages44
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6990104M
      LC Control Number07035281
      OCLC/WorldCa4922255

      The Philippine Islands, , Volume II, by Emma Helen Blair Part 4 out of 5. homepage; Index of The Philippine Islands, , Volume II, ; Previous part (3) Next part (5) over an extent of more than fifty or sixty leagues--although, it is true, I have heard it said that one of our ships once ran a 4/5. Bukidnon rubber industry needs to improve quality By Walter I. Balane/Bukidnon MALAYBALAY CITY ( January ) The rubber industry is an emerging industry in Bukidnon but small rubber farmers need to improve quality of production to be able to command a good price, an official from Department of Trade and Industry-Bukidnon said. 2. Chieu Hoi means building families and national brotherhood. 3. Chieu Hoi is the means by which VC cadres liberate themselves. 4. All the people take part in the Chieu Hoi activities. 5. Chieu Hoi is the shortest way leading to peace. 6. The Chieu Hoi policy is humanitarian. 7. If Chieu Hoi activities are strong, the VC cadres are demoralized.


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