Supply Chain in the Philippines

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Customs Procedures

It is forbidden to export some seeds (buri, abaca, ramie...), or plant species (bangus, coconut), shellfish, wild species of marine and land animals.
Export Taxes
There are no export taxes except on logs (20%).
Export Clearance
Exporters must fill in a form (Export Declaration) available from the Central Bank or Authorized Agent Banks; the commercial invoice and the list of products must be attached.
Necessary Declaration
A permit (issued according to the products by the competent agency: the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, the Central Bank, the National Police, etc.) is necessary to export various products: plants liable to transport diseases or animals, arms, explosives, gold nuggets, coffee... For further details, see here.

Controlling the Quality of the Products

Quality Control Organizations
Bureau of Product Standards

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