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DTI advises product verification even while STMA penalties remain suspended

Stakeholders, particularly exporters, should start checking if their products are strategic goods that need authorization to export while administrative penalties under the Strategic...

List of nationally controlled goods in PH requiring authorization released

The Nationally Controlled Goods List of items needing authorization from the Strategic Trade Management Office to import, export, transit, and transship is now...

BOC, DTI, IPAs agree to facilitate trade of strategic goods

The Bureau of Customs, Strategic Trade Management Office and several investment promotion agencies signed a memorandum of agreement to facilitate trade of strategic...

STMO accepts license application to export strategic goods

The Strategic Trade Management Office (STMO) is now accepting applications for authorization/license to export strategic goods. Strategic goods are products that, due to security reasons...

Application for strategic goods export license begins in July

The Strategic Trade Management Office (STMO) will accept applications for authorization/license to export strategic goods starting July. In the meantime STMO, an attached office of...

PH guide for strategic goods classification rolled out

The Strategic Trade Management Office (STMO) has released guidelines for classifying strategic goods, whose import, export, transit, and transshipment now require authorization under the...

IRR of PH strategic goods law requires registration of LSPs

The Philippine government has finally released the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the Strategic Trade Management Act (STMA), which requires among others the...

Transporting strategic goods in PH to require DTI registration, license

Traders, transport companies, and logistics service providers moving strategic goods in the Philippines will soon need to be registered and licensed with the Department...

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