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Cabiao, officially the Municipality of Cabiao, is a 1st class urban municipality in the province of Nueva Ecija, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 79,007 people.Cabiao ranked 3rd in municipal category after Talavera and Guimba and ranked 7th including cities to the most number of inhabitants.
Given its strategic location and business-friendly environment,Cabiao is considered as one of the richest and fastest growing economy in the province.As a first class municipality,local government planned the town to become a cityhood and urban hub in the south Nueva Ecija together with the city of Gapan.
According to the National Competitiveness Council (Philippines)in Cities/Municipalities Competitiveness Index 2018,Cabiao rank 10th place in overall municipal category with the participants of 1,400 municipalities and 30th place in first to second class municipal category.The town also bring the title and Certificate being 2nd place best in Resiliency category.The town is part of the so-called "Rice Granary Capital of the Philippines" and remarked as "Sweet Sorghum Capital of Nueva Ecija".