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Mayor Edna Tabanda gave the farmers until March 1 to transfer and trade their produce at the Benguet Agri-Pinoy Trading Center (BAPTC), which was opened last year but has been drawing few takers as most farmers preferred to sell their wares for free at the old trading post near the town hall.
Using the radio trading posts is a way to save some money, make some money (in some cases), and be more resourceful.
You are Edison, freelance pilot and survivor of a pirate attack on a galactic trading post.
Indeed, the rustic trading posts that once dotted the Indian country of northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona, and southern Utah and Colorado almost seem anachronistic.
Trading posts are founded, run, and then abandoned.
Born in Germany, Astor arrived in the United States in 1784, opened a fur store in New York, organized trading posts in the West, bought real estate, and became a national and international power.
The Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija trading centers will be established on four hectares and two-and-a-half hectares, respectively, to serve as the main trading posts for lowland vegetables, such as squash, eggplant and bitter gourd.