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Makati PH - The Philippines and Indonesia are working on a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to help Philippine exporters comply with Indonesia’s Law 33/2014 on Halal Product Assurance, now in effect. The MoU, now in its final stages, will facilitate trading of Halal-certified goods through a government-to-government arrangement.
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Manila, Philippines – Philippine exports under the Generalized Scheme of Preference (GSP) will continue enter the United Kingdom (UK) tariff-free this year, through its own GSP. The UK GSP replicates the market access and benefits provided by the European Union GSP (EU GSP). The Philippines is included in the UK
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Healthier lifestyles and less sugar consumption in Europe create opportunities for Philippine fruit-based processed food. Dried and frozen fruits, as well as fruit purées, have the biggest potential in these markets.
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A market study found that coconut, calamansi, carrageenan, and moringa have big potential in European markets. Other Philippine agricultural products cited were ube, turmeric, butterfly pea flower, and the elemi tree. The demand is driven by healthy lifestyle choices and using natural ingredients in manufacturing cosmetics and medicines.
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The DTI-Export Marketing Bureau’s (DTI-EMB) service on coffee export documentation is now fully digital, innovatively adapting during this pandemic to keep everyone safe.
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In celebration of the National Exporters’ Week (NEW), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), together with the Export Development Council (EDC) and Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (Philexport), bestowed the Top Exporter Awards to deserving exporters based on their 2019 export performance and to those who have exhibited excellence and innovation in
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A recent study into Swiss and European markets highlight opportunities for Filipino agricultural products and offer guidelines for exporters. Experts from the Swiss Import Promotion Programme (SIPPO) presented insights into EFTA markets’ trade regulations, market access requirements, and market demand in a webinar entitled 'Export Opportunities to Europe' during the
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In an effort to promote the country’s startups in international conferences and showcase their potentials, the Philippine Government sent a Philippine delegation to the Web Summit 2020 Online, touted as the most important and largest tech event in the world, on 02-04 December.
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MANILA –The Philippines and Indonesia are set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on cooperation on Halal products quality assurance. This was announced during the virtual edition of the annual Philippine National Halal Conference held on 24-25 November 2020.
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MANILA – Women-owned businesses in the Philippines can look forward to connecting to international markets thanks to the new SheTrades PH Hub launched at the annual Philippines National Export Congress on 03 December 2020.
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