• on Basic Necessities and Prime Commodities Related to TRAIN
  • on Critical Products under the Mandatory Certification Scheme
Date : 27 February 2018, Tuesday
Assembly Venue : Manila City Hall along Antonio Villegas St. in front of 7 Eleven
Assembly Time : 8:30 in the morning
Lead : DTI-Fair Trade Enforcement Bureau (FTEB)  
Lead Officials : DTI-FTEB Director DOMINGO R. TOLENTINO 
                      DTI-FTEB Assistant Director FERDINAND L. MANFOSTE
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), through its Consumer Protection Group (CPG) continues its strengthened market monitoring activities to assess the impact of the implementation of the Republic Act 10963 or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law on prices and supply of basic necessities and prime commodities.
In addition, the DTI-CPG conducts special enforcement activities on Fair Trade Laws to check if specific critical construction materials, electrical products and appliances are compliant with the requirements of the Philippine National Standards (PNS).
An announcement or coverage of the event for release in newspaper columns or in radio and TV news programs will properly inform the general public that such programs are undertaken for their protection.
Contact Details:
DTI–CPG: 751.4740/48 (Andrew Dizon- 0917.3157265; Claire Coballes- 0927.7773731; Alvin Ruelos- 0917.8384914)