Philippine Garment / Leather Industry & Fabric Expo 2019

Event contact title
Assistant Manager
Event contact first name
Laura
Event contact last name
Ji
Email
laura@cpexhibition.com
Event contact telephone number
+85225117427
Fax
+85225119692
Notes

Our Second event in the Philippines

Description

Garment Machinery & Parts

CAD / CAM Systems

Sewing

Embroidery

Fusing & Pressing

Knitting

Seam Sealing, Pleating

Washing Drying Tumbler

Textile  Machinery

 

Fabrics & Garment Accessories 

Fabrics

Cotton, Silk, Wool

Interlining, Linings

Button, Belt, Bucker & Zippers

Brand Tape & Labels

Lace, Rhinestone Accessories

Needle & Thread

Leather Goods Machinery 

Leather Tannery, and Synthetic Leather

Leather goods Accessories

Design & Computer-added Tools & Software 

Opportunity Fact-finding Mission

Exhibitor information

The Philippines is an Asian economy with 104 million population domestic market and good export potential. The Philippines economy grew by 6.4% year-on-year (YOY) in the first half of 2017.  The IMF expects the Philippines to maintain similar GDP growth in 2017 on the back of continued domestic demand and modest fiscal stimulus. The country is projected to be the fastest-expanding major ASEAN economy over the next 5 years. As one of the few ASEAN countries that have not plunged into negative growth in the past year, the Philippines has a stronger standing than many of its peers.  For companies in search of market diversification, Philippines is a very promising market opportunity.

FAVORABLE TRADE POLICY

In 1980s, Philippines ranked top 6 exporters of apparel to the United States during the quota ages. In 2015, Philippines still had 137,000 textiles and 422,000 garment company workers. Efforts have been made to increase exports to the USA. Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is targeting US$1 billion in incremental investments, US$3 billion in apparel exports and 600,000 jobs.

The Philippines is the only ASEAN country that enjoys the EU’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+) status, which grants full removal of tariffs to over two-thirds of tariff lines.  As a member of ASEAN and WTO, the Philippines have ratified a number of regional free trade agreements to deepen economic integration in the region, including China (ACFTA), Korea (AKFTA), Australia - New Zealand (AANZFTA), Japan (AJCEPA), India (AIFTA) and European (EFTA). 

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