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Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) International Operations Department Rm. 301, 5 Story Building Mabini St., Malate, Manila Tel.: (632) 525-1303 / 525-3160 Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) Visayas Avenue, Diliman Quezon City Tel.: (632) 928-2836 / 928-2743 Fax: (632) 920-0815 Export Coordination Division Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port Area, Manila Tel.: (632) 527-4580 Tel.: (632) 527-4537 / 526-6355 Fax: (632) 527-4602 Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Arcadia Building 860 Quezon Avenue, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 372-5043 / 372-5046 Fax: (632) 372-5048 Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) DOH Compound Alabang, Muntinlupa Metro Manila Tel.: (632) 807-0721 / (632) 807-8275 Fax: (632) 807-0721 / (632) 807-8275 Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI) 692 San Andres Street Malate, Manila Tel.: (632) 525-7409 / 525-7857 Fax: (632) 521-7650 Cultural Properties Division The National Museum Executive House P. Burgos St., Manila Tel.: (632) 527-1216 / 527-1215 Fax: (632) 527-0306 Department of Environment and Natural Resources(DENR) Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 927-6229 / 927-4788 Fax: (632) 920-0374 Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) Air Transportation Office MIA Road, Pasay City Tel.: (632) 834-0145 Fax: (632) 879-9218 Fertilizers and Pesticides Authority (FPA) FPA Building BAI Compound Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon Tel.: (632) 922-3362 / 922-3355 / 920-0068 Fiber Industry Development Authority (FIDA) Asiatrust Annex Building 1424 Quezon Blvd., Quezon City Tel.: (632) 373-7495 / 373-7490 FIDA Cebu (Region VII) Tanchan Building Colon Street Cebu City Tel.: (6332) 99-178 FIDA Davao (Region XI) Gima Building 24-A Pichon Street, Davao City Tel.: () 74-544 / 76-666 Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) PPL Building, UN Ave., Metro Manila Tel.: (632) 523-8651 to 60 local 109/124 Optical Media Board (OMB) 35 Scout Limbaga St., Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 374-0460 / 374-0217 National Food Authority (NFA) Matimyas Building 101 E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue Quezon City Tel.: (632) 743-8696 Fax: (632) 712-1372 Food Development Center (FDC) FTI Complex, Taguig, Metro Manila Tel.: (632) 838-4014 to 15 Fax: (632) 838-4016 National Meat Inspection Commission (NMIC) Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 924-31-18 Fax: (632) 924-79-73 National Quarantine Office (NQO) Cor. 25th and Boston streets Port Area, Manila Tel.: (632) 527-4654 to 55 / 527-4657 National Tobacco Administration (NTA) 2/F, NTA Bldg., Panay Avenue corner Sct. Reyes St., Quezon City Tel.: (632) 374-3987 / 372-3186 Fax: (632) 374-2505/373-2095 Oil Industry Management Bureau (OIMB) Department of Energy (DOE) PNPC Complex, Merritt Road Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City Tel.: (632) 840-1401 / 840-2114 Fax: (632) 840-2095 One-Stop Export Documentation Center (OSEDC) Hall 2, ITC Complex, Roxas Boulevard Pasay City Tel.: (632) 831-18-12/834-23-53 Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City 1100 Metro Manila Tel.: (632) 928-4501 to 09 / 928-9424 Fax: (632) 922-5756 / 921-6173 Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Compliance Service, PDEA Building NIA Northside Road National, Government Center, Brgy. Pinyahan, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 927-9702 / 920-8110 Fax: (632) 929-1106 / 927-2899 Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) Roxas Boulevard corner San Luis Street Pasay City Tel.: (632) 551-34-32/551-34-35 Fax: (632) 551-34-39/891-63-80 Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC) National Development Company Building 116 Tordesillas Street, Salcedo Village Makati City, 1200 Tel.: (632) 818-98-01 loc. 301 Fax: (632) 892-07-82/892-20-54/892-20-21 Firearms and Explosives Division Philippine National Police (PNP) Department of Interior and Local Government Camp. Crame, Murphy Quezon City, Metro Manila Tel.: (632) 721-8552 Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) Commonwealth, Diliman, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 929-6011 to 19 Fax: (632) 920-1646 / 929-4719 Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA) North Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 920-2431 Fax: (632) 920-4325 Terrestrial Plants and Animals: Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB) Ninoy Aquino Park and Wildlife Nature Center Diliman, Quezon City Tel.: (632) 924-6031-35 Fax: (632) 924-0109


1. Abaca and ramie seeds, seedlings suckers, and root Stocks; buri seeds and seedlings 2. Bakawan (mangrove) 3. Mother bangus (sabalo) 4. Matured coconuts and coconut seedlings 5. Prawn-spawner and fry 6. Raw materials for cottage industries: bamboo, monkey pod (acacia), rattan (including poles) 7. Shells:trumpet shells (Triton); helmet shells (Cassis); live specimens, raw shells, meat and by-products of giant clams under the family Tridacnidae (Tridacna gigas, T. derasa, T. squamosa, T. maxima,T. crocea, Hippopus hippopus porceilanus) 8. Shells: Undersized raw shells of trocas, Gold lip, Black lip, Turbo marmoratus and raw capiz 9. Stalactites and stalagmites 10. Wildlife species: Wild marine species, e.g.; precious, semi-precious and all ordinary corals raw and by-products 11. Wild terrestrial species whether live, stuffed or by-products, e.g.; mammals [(i.e., tamaraw, tarsier, deers (calamian deer), sea cow, fruit bats)] Aves (i.e., eagles, redvent cockatoo, Palawan peacock pheasant, Palawan mynah, horn bills, nicobar pigeon, Mindoro imperial pigeon, Peregrine falcon, spotted green shank, Kotch's pitta, giant scops owl and Eastern sarus crane),Reptiles (i.e., crocodiles, marine turtles, pythons), Flora (i.e., lady's slipper orchid, vanda sanderiana, pitcher plant, dendrobicum cruenthum), Exotic wildlife species found under Appendix I of the CITES such as buffoon macaw, scarlet macaw.


Fiber Industry Development Authority (FIDA) Forest Management Bureau (FMB), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) BFAR DENR




Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB)

Except for scientific or testing purposes, above-listed products are prohibited for export under existing policies of the concerned government office.


1. All exports to the following socialist and centrallyplanned economy countries: Albania, Laos People's Democratic Republic, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Angola, Mongolia People's Republic, Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea), Nicaragua, Libya, and Myanmar All plants, planting materials, and plant products capable of harboring pests; insect specimens, live and dead Animals, animal products, and animal effects Antiques, cultural artifacts, and historical relics Matured coconuts without husk for food or non food processing and fresh young coconuts (buko) capable of harboring coconut cadang cadang viroid desease (CCCVD) or other pests Capiz shells: semi-finished or semi processed Processed coir, and raw or processed coco peat (dust) capable of harboring CCVD Coffee


Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC)


16. Logs, poles, and piles including log core and flitches/railroad ties 17. Lumber


FMB, DENR FMB, DENR Optical Media Board (OMB) FIDA

2. 3. 4. 5.

Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI) Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) National Museum (NM) Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA)

18. Motion pictures/television films and related publicity materials 19. Natural fibers: abaca, buri, raffia, ramie, salago, maguey, sisal, kenaf, coir, buntal, cabo negro, piña, banana, silk, loofah, pacol musa species, RSA (secondary abaca fiber), canton, tikog cocoon, kapok, and sabahon 20. Radioactive materials 21. Sugar, molasses and muscovado 22. Tobacco products 23. Wildlife species: wild marine species, e.g.: water snakes (Cerberus rynchops); seasnakes: live, skin or products from the skin or meat 24. Wild Terrestrial Species to include live, stuffed, preserved, by-products and derivatives, e.g.: Mammals (i.e., Philippine Monkeys, cloud-rats, ant eater, Philippine tarsier and skunk), Aves (i.e., bleeding heart pigeons, java sparrows, tree sparrow, parrot, finches, Philippine white-eye, Philippine starlings, hanging parakeets, brush cuckoo, plaintive cuckoo, amethyst fruit dove, blue-tailed bee-eater, crested mynah, pinknecked green pigeon, painted quail, button quails, bended rail, plain swamphen, green-winged dove, slender-billed cuckoo, white-eared brown dove, kingfishers, black-naped oriole, black-naped monarch, redamadavat, guiabero) Reptiles (i.e., gecko, monitor and sail-finned lizards, land turtles) Flora (i.e., tree ferns, cycas plant, all species orchids, aloe plant, sanders alocasia, striped alocasia, voiavoi, bungang ipod, cactus, Philippine camia/garland, Himalayan yew, Agar wood, eagle wood, big-leaf mahogany and red-sanders). All species of butterflies, exotic wildlife species found under Appendix II of the CITES such as parrots, macaw, pigeons and conures

Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA) National Tobacco Administration (NTA) Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB)

6. 7. 8.

BFAR PCA International Coffee Organization Certifying Agency (ICOCA), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Board of Investments (BOI), Department of Trade and Industry Firearms and Explosives Office Philippine National Police (PNP) Department of Interior & Local Government (DILG) PAWB Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) National Food Authority (NFA) BSP


Copper concentrates

10. Firearms, ammunitions and explosives

11. Frogs: live, skin or products from the skin or meat 12. Gold from small-scale mining or panned gold 13. Grains and grain-by-products 14. Legal tender Philippine notes and coins, checks, money orders and other bills of exchange greater than P10,000 drawn in pesos against banks operating in the Philippines 15. Live animals: gamefowl, wild birds and exotic animals, monkeys, other livestock and poultry, dogs and cats



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