Calamba City Top Taxpayers to be honored at Manila Hotel

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By Grace Bondad Nicolas, contributor

Calamba City is the home of our National Hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal. It is also the resort capital of the Philippines. Calamba City has 54 Barangays, and according to the 2010 census, it has a population of 389,377, making it the most populated town in Laguna. Calamba, San Pedro, Santa Rosa City, Biñan City, and San Pablo City make the list of the top 5 most populated municipalities and cities in the province. Calamba comprises 14.6% of the total population of the province. Due to high density urban population, there is heavy traffic at Calamba crossing every afternoon.

Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared Calamba the Regional Center of CALABARZON in the Executive Order No. 246. This is where the Philippine Information Agency Regional Office is located. Arroyo also led the groundbreaking ceremony for the Premier Region’s Regional Government Center in Barangay Mapagong, Calamba City on December 11, 2009. Calamba is also an important modern industrial center in the CALABARZON region, as shown by the large number of industrial parks and business estates that are located in the city.

Now, Calamba City will celebrate its eleventh year as a city. In line with the anniversary celebration on the 21st of April, Mayor Joaquin Chipeco Jr., along with the Department of Tourism, City Planning and Development Office, City Treasury Management Office and Public Employment and Services Office, will present the 2011 Top Taxpayers on April 20, 2012 at 6:00 in the evening at the Manila Hotel in Manila.

According to the CPDO, former Laguna Governor Jose D. Lina will sing on this special occasion. This event will kick off of a two-day celebration of the anniversary.

This presentation will also recognize the valuable contribution of these individuals and companies to the growth and development of the city, to boost their morale and to encourage fellow taxpayers to follow their lead.

Here are the lists of the outstanding Taxpayers in different categories.


1. Toshiba Storage Device (Philippines) Incorporated

2. Monde M. Y. San Corporation

3. Samsung Electro-Mechanics Philippines Corporation

4. Zenith Foods Corporation

5. Vesta Property Holdings Incorporated

6. Ayala Greenfield Development Corporation

7. Avon Products Manufacturing Incorporated

8. Coca-Cola Export Corporation

9. Asian Transmission Corporation

10. Samsung Electronics Philippines Manufacturing Corporation



1. Mr. Joseph Dominic I. Samson & Ms. Anne-Marie Iguidez

2. Mr. & Mrs. Jose A. Yulo, Jr.

3. Mr. Joselito Lim & Ms. Bessie Lim

4. Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy de Guzman

5. Mr. & Mrs. Juan Miguel V. Yulo

6. Mr. & Mrs. Danilo D. Tamayo

7. Ms. Amanda C. Pabale

8. Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel G. Velasco

9. Mr. Feliciano Torres

10. Mr. Roberto B. Nepomuceno



1. Nestle Philippines Incorporated

2. The Coca-Cola Export Corporation

3. Toyota Tsusho Philippines Corporation

4. Zenith Foods Corporation

5. San Miguel Foods Incorporated

6. Avon Products Manufacturing Incorporated

7. Jollibee Foods Corporation

8. IDS Philippines Incorporated

9. Philippine Auto Components Incorporated

10. Asian Transmission Corporation



1. PCMP General Merchandise

2. Versphil Agua Chemicals Trading

3. Filtan Enterprises

4. Apolega Tire & Services Center

5. Allied Inspection Corrosion Services

6. Calamba Lumber Enterprises

7. Bagong Palengke sa Crossing ng Calamba

8. RSM Ihaw-Ihaw & Fastfood

9. Aviles Restaurant

10. Bonnie’s Dining Services



1. Tong-Hsing Electronics Incorporated

2. ACP Test Company Incorporated

3. Continental Temic Electronics

4. Remec Broadband Wireless International

5. Berny Realty and Development Corporation

6. Samsung Electro-Mechanics Philippines

7. Yazaki Torres Parts Manufacturing Incorporated

8. Advantek Incorporated

9. RBF Development Corporation

10. Sumitronics Philippines Incorporated



1. Ayala Greenfield Golf & Leisure Club Incorporated

2. New Victory Resorts Incorporated/Riverview Resort & Conference Center

3. 88 Spa & Resorts Incorporated

4. Casa Bacobo Hotel Incorporated

5. Monte Vista Hot Spring & Conference Resort

6. Doña Jovita Garden Resort Incorporated

7. Garden Resorts Company

8. Sun City Resort Hotel

9. La Vista Pansol Resort Complex

10. Wonder Island Resort



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