GBP is Cavite's premier industrial park, nestled in 180 hectares of gently rolling terrain in Barangay Javalera, General Trias, Cavite. The park was carefully developed to meet the high technological demands of all types of industries. It has all the features of the best business parks in the world: an excellent road network, reliable power and telecommunications infrastructure, adequate water supply and a highly efficient wastewater treatment facility
Cavite has indeed transformed into an industrial and commercial hub not only in CALABARZON but in the whole country as well. As of 2003, there are thirty-one (31) industrial estates in the province. A total of 973 investors have poured their investments in the 718 existing industrial establishments. Most of the investors have established partnership with their Filipino counterparts in varying levels of equity participation.
The Pahimis Coffee Festival is one of the annual events in Cavite that are being looked into by prominent and simple people.For the Amadeo folk, Pahimis Festival is a thanksgiving offering to God for the bounty He has given to the town every now and then.
KARAKOL is a traditional Caviteño term for the street dance during “fiestas” either in praise and thanksgiving or for requests and supplications (Encyclopedia of Philippine Folk Beliefs and Customs, 1991). source: http://www.dlsud.edu.ph/colleges/coe/reed/gallery.htm
RALLY ’ROUND THE FLAG. Emilio Aguinaldo, then in his 60s, posed postwar in his home in Kawit, Cavite, with his favorite flag, the same flag which is now in the museum set up by his great-grandson in Baguio City. Found tucked under his deathbed, this flag will have to undergo thorough testing, according to historian Ambeth Ocampo, before it can be authenticated as the original one sewn by Marcela Agoncillo in Hong Kong according to the specs of Aguinaldo.