Auto makers assembling in the Philippines urge the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to develop a clear-cut policy on tariff rates that encourages local production, as several local manufacturers reportedly assess whether to continue assembly operations. Local manufacturers remain optimistic the DTI will support the domestic industry rather than encourage imports, but continue to lobby for more straightforward policies. Auto makers hope the country models its policies after Australia, ...
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