Camarines Norte



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0.9 (2008?)

The district is rich in mineral assets, for example, diatomaceous earth (DE) or normally called white mud. This is one of the wage producing enterprises of the district. This non-metallic mineral has an aggregate estimated store of 1,289,600 metric tons. The region likewise has a reasonable wellspring of sand and rock. It is being separated by mining concessionaires. Land transportation is the essential method for transporting individuals, products and administrations from the barangay to the town appropriate of Daet. The town is being connected to its diverse barangays by the region's significant streets, to be specific the Maharlika Highway. It has an aggregate length of 25.50 kilometers extending from the limit of the region of Daet to the Camarines Norte – Camarines Sur limit. The Mangcamagong common street has an aggregate length of 9.46 kilometers, extending from the city limit of Basud and Mercedes to the intersection of Maharlika roadway.