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The Bureau of Philippine Standards (BPS) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) invites exporters to comment on 47 notified technical regulations from:

No.
Country
Product Sector
1
Argentina
  • Alcoholic beverages
2
Bolivia
  • Milk and processed milk products
  • Packaging and distribution of goods in general
3
Brazil
  • Tea
4
Colombia
  • Packaging and distribution of goods in general
5
Ecuador
  • Packaging and distribution of goods in general
  • Motorcycles and mopeds
  • Valves
  • Sanitary installations
  • Laminated sheets
6
European Union
  • Food products in general
  • Organic chemicals
  • Domestic refrigerating appliances
  • Rectifiers, Converters, Stabilized power supply
7
Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Analytical chemistry
8
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Analytical chemistry
9
Kuwait
  • Analytical chemistry
10
México
  • Commercial vehicles
  • Petroleum products and natural gas handling equipment
  • Fishing and fish breeding
11
Oman
  • Analytical chemistry
12
Paraguay
  • Road vehicles in general
13
Peru
  • Packaging and distribution of goods in general
14
Qatar
  • Analytical chemistry
15
Uganda
  • Meat and meat products
16
Ukraine
  • Analytical chemistry
17
United Arab Emirates
  • Sugar, Sugar products, Starch
  • Analytical chemistry
18
United States
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Food products in general
  • Air quality
  • Equipment for children
  • Products of the chemical industry
  • Construction industry
  • Equipment for petroleum and natural gas industries
  • Birth control, Mechanical contraceptives
  • Fruits, Vegetables
  • Aircraft and space vehicles in general
19
Yemen
  • Analytical chemistry

The exportation of your products may be affected. Provide comments on these proposed technical regulations by accessing them from the WTO-TBT National Enquiry Point at the DTI-BPS through its Standards and Conformance Portal (www.bps.dti.gov.ph). For more information, send an e-mail to DTI-BPS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call at (632) 751.4700.

See relevant documents here.

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