Governor's Message

"Welcome to Isabela, your investment destination of choice!
The provincial government of Isabela is committed to sustaining the positive outlook on our economy as we take a proactive role in investment promotion.
Isabela has contributed significantly to the Philippine economy in terms of agricultural productivity and food security. For our province to become the Agro-Industrial Capital of the Philippines, infusion of fresh investments in existing industries and new technologies must be undertaken to address development gaps. Indeed, Isabela has a lot to offer our country and the world. Here you are assured of a business-friendly government and a community of peace-loving people dedicated to work for growth and excellence.
This prospectus provides investors an overview of our provincial economy, history and culture. It also serves as your guide on the rules and procedures for doing business in Isabela.
We invite you to explore opportunities for investments in key areas of our provincial economy. Isabela is open for business!"


"Today is the best day to live and invest in Isabela"
     -FAUSTINO G. DY lll
Top Three Investors

SN l Aboitiz Power Group (SNAP)

A joint venture between SN Power of Norway and Aboitiz Group of the Philippines. Through its wholly owned subsidiary SNAP-Magat Inc., it owns and operates the 360-megawatt Magat hydroelectric power plant in Ramon, Isabela.

Mindanao Grains Processing Company Inc.

Its is an agribusiness venture based in the Mindanao province of Bukidnon and owned by the La Filipina Uy Gongco Corporation of Iloilo City in the Visayas region. It has expanded its operations to Luzon by opening the largest post-harvest facility for the corn industry in Reina Mercedes, Isabela.

Green Future Innovations Inc.

A joint venture between Japan's Itochu Corporation, Taiwanese holding company GCO, JGC Philippines, and Philippine Bioethanol and Energy Investments Corporation the latter owned by the Bantug-Palanca family of Negros Occidental and the Uy family of Isabela.

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