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The SRA website contains vital information such as industry undertakings, policy and statistical updates / historical information,  the sugarcane industry roadmap,  the core processes, programs / thrusts and services delivered by SRA and an interactive or forum section where the stakeholders can post their views and comments in a professional manner.

SRA hopes to fully achieve transparency and good governance by opening up its website as a channel of communication between government entities, the major industry stakeholders and the general public.

With the active participation of SRA in several international fora, the website also offers prospects and overview of the Philippine sugarcane industry to other countries, international organizations and prospective foreign investors.

This website is a work in progress and continuous improvements will be pursued based on feedbacks and information technology breakthroughs.

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‘Ethanol plant ha...
7 | 14 | 2015

By Juancho Gallarde The Visayan Daily Star – July 13. 2015 The Fuel Ethanol ...

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‘Block farm progr...
7 | 13 | 2015

The Visayan Daily Star – July 6, 2015 The Block Farm Program of ...

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‘Block farming’...
7 | 13 | 2015

By Carla P. Gomez Inquirer Visayas – July 10, 2015 BACOLOD CITY, Philippines—Block farming, ...

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Invitation to Bid...
6 | 1 | 2015

This is an Invitation to Bid for the Sale ...

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Vacant Positions...
5 | 23 | 2015

Vacant Positions as of May 18, 2015 Click here

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Notice to Proceed...
4 | 13 | 2015

Notice to Proceed is given to Instrumix Supplier Inc..that ...

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Under her stewardship, she focused in transforming the small farmers and ARBs into agri-preneurs,  pursued the block farming program of the industry and labored for the enactment into law the “Sugarcane Industry Development Act of ...

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Trivia

  • On December 4, 1934, the Sugar Limitation Law (Act No. 4166) was passed which provides for the limitations, regulation and allocation of sugar produced in the Philippines including the processing and marketing thereof.  It was later amended authorizing the representation of planters and millers in the Sugar Quota Administration.