ECONOMY OF TAYTAY, RIZAL
The town is known for its quality ready-made dresses and woodworks, earning the title "Garments and Woodworks Capital of the Philippines." Today, various shops bunch up at Club Manila East Open Space every Tuesday and Friday. It is popularly known today as Municipal Tiangge, which maintained and supported by the town's government. More so, you can find other private clusters of shops like BAGPI and My Seoul.
Several multinational companies have also decided to invest in our town, like the SM Prime Holdings, Puregold Price Club Inc., Wilcon Builders, Megaworld Constructions and much more. Woodworks also continue to be a valuable source of income among the residents while several carving shops continue to survive despite the threats of cheaper imported products.
Taytay's local targeted income for the year 2016 surged to Php 775,307,345.00. The economy is in transitory period from agricultural to a more pronounced commercial and industrial activities.
• Ready to wear clothes
• Doors, furniture, and other wood works