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Cebu Chamber of Commerce and IndustryTechnology & Innovation Expo and Entrepreneurship Conference June 18-20, 2015Marriott Hotel, Cebu City Industry Development Program

Director Nestor P. ArcansalinDTI - Board of Investments

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Five Pillars for Industry Development

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Industry Development Program

Industry

Development Roadmap

Comprehensive National Industry Strategy (CNIS

)

Manufacturing Industry Roadmap

Agriculture Industry Roadmap

Services Industry Roadmap

Manufacturing Resurgence Program (MRP)

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Program Implementation

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Program Implementation

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INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP

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Roadmapping Project

Private-sector led, Government as enabler

Are about building and enhancing competitiveness of Philippine industries

Advocacy and roll-out

Implementing the roadmap action plans, projects and programs

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Rationale

Why need

to formulate

industry

development

roadmaps:

industry

baselines

(

state of the industry)

industry

potentials

(SWOT

; goals & targets)

industry’s

markets (local and foreign)

strategies (plans, programs, projects)

Focused promotional

activities

policy coherence

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Outline of Roadmap - Elements

Executive Summary

Chapter 1. Introduction

- Perspective on the Roadmap

Chapter

2.

State of the Industry

- Structure

- Performance/Benefits of the Industry

- Supply and Demand

- Challenges / Concerns

Chapter 3.

SWOT Analysis

-

Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

 

Chapter 4. Vision, Goals and Targets

 

- Milestone(s) within the short (by 2016), medium (by 2022) and long-term (by 2030) 

Chapter 5. Strategies and Timeline

- Plan of

actions

to achieve the vision within the specific timeframe

 

Chapter 6. Support to Industry Development

- General

support

- Specific

industry programs

Chapter 7. Recommendations

- As to policies, prioritization of strategies, activities and implementation of the strategies

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Completed Roadmaps (As of June 2015)

1Automotives2Automotive Parts3Biodesel4Cement5Ceramic Tiles6Chemicals7Copper and Copper Products8Furniture9Mass Housing10Motorcycle11Petrochemical12Rubber Products13Tool and Die14Manufacturing15Electric Vehicles

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Electronics

17

Iron and Steel

18

IT-BPM

19

Metalcasting

20

Plastics

21

Paper

22

Natural Health Products

23

Aerospace

24

Retirement

25

Shipbuilding

26

IC Design

27

Health Care Services

28

Printing

29

Book Publishing

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Roadmaps for Completion (As of June 2015)

Drafted

1Coco Coir2Bamboo3Creative industries4Jewelry5Gold

5Condiments/Mixes6Footwear7Garments8Textiles9Mineral Processing (Ni, Cr, Mn)10Processed Fishery Products11Processed Meat12Processed Fruits13Processed Shrimp/ Prawns14Seaweeds/ Carrageenan15Services16Agro-industrial

Under Development

1

Appliance

2

Christmas Décor

3

Gifts and

Housewares

4

Chocolate Confectionaries

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COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY

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Motivations

Why promote industrial

policy?

Inclusive growth, creation of more & better jobs

Jobless growth

Stagnant

manufacturing & failure to create jobs

Services

cannot provide all the needed jobs

Persistently

high inequality

Globalization

, rising regional economic integration, global value chains (GVCs)

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CNIS FRAMEWORK

MANUFACTURING

SERVICES

AGRICULTURE

FISHERY, FORESTRYMINING

INTERNAL FACTORS: GOV’T POLICIES &PROGRAMS, INSTITUTIONS, POLITICAL CLIMATE, INFRA, MACRO STABILITY, RULE OF LAW, PEACE ORDER

EXTERNAL FACTORS: GLOBALIZATION, REGIONAL/BILATERAL/MULTILATERAL TRADING ARRANGEMENTS, GLOBAL & REGIONAL PRODUCTION NETWORKS

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Manufacturing Roadmap for Structural Transformation

Phase I 2014-2017

Phase II 2018-2021

Phase III 2022-2025

Vision: globally competitive industries with strong forward & backward linkages

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Agriculture Roadmap

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Services Roadmap

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INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISM

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Institutional Mechanism

Eminent Persons Group

Cabinet Assistance System

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Sectoral Work – Implementing the Roadmap

Completing information gaps

Shepherding inter-agency work

Policies/Reforms (taxation, administrative regulations, smuggling, logistics, permits & licenses, law implementation)

R&D

HR (skills, college degrees, PhDs/Master degrees)

Products/Subsectors (for development - supply chain gaps and promotion)

Implementation and monitoring of projects/programs

Evaluating/Assessing the projects/programs

Reporting to the IDC

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Intermediate

INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Roadmaps: Stages of Implementation

Advanced

Beginning

CEMENT

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

IRON AND STEEL

NATURAL HEALTH PRODUCTS METALCASTING MOTORCYCLES PAPER PRODUCTS RETIREMENT SHIPBUILDING

AEROSPACE BIODIESEL CERAMIC TILES

AUTOMOTIVE & AUTO PARTS CHEMICAL CLUSTER (CHEMICALS, PETROCHEMICALS & PLASTICS) COPPER & COPPER PRODUCTS ELECTRONICS FURNITURE IT-BPM MANUFACTURING MASS HOUSING RUBBER TOOL AND DIE

Among the Program’s Major Accomplishments

:

Ease of Doing Business

– New DENR DAO on Exemption of Certain Chemical Mixtures from the

Priority Chemical List (PCL); Finalized product standards on semi-gloss latex topcoat paints;

Reverse Trade Arrangement Between

Boysen

Paints and the Subdivision and Housing Developers Association (SHDA);

HRD/Capacity Building

– Holding of 5

th

IC Design Training with Taiwanese Professors in UP;

MOA between PRIA and

Mapua

for the first Rubber course in the Philippines; Training by MIRDC on Die &

Mould

-Making and Design using CAD/CAM; Completed training regulations for plant process operators and QA/QC laboratory technicians;

Support Facilities

– Establishment of the

Advanced Device and Materials Testing Laboratory (

A

DMATEL), Electronics Product Development Center (EPDC), Philippine Institute for IC Design (PIIC), Tool and Die Solution Center, Automotive Parts Testing Center, Shared Service Facilities (e.g. testing laboratories for rubber, wood working equipment for furniture);

Research/Study

– Completion of Pre-Feasibility Study on Copper Wire Rod, Brief Market Study on Copper Enameling Plant, IC Design Roadmap, Shipbuilding Roadmap and Rapid Industry Assessments on Condiments, Confectioneries/Chocolate, Shrimps/Prawns, Mango and Carrageenan; Enhancements of 3 roadmaps;

Special Projects

-

Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) Program; Pilot Geo-mapping of Industries (Automotive and Tool & Die); Conceptualization of the Green Domestic Manufacturing Zone in Leyte;

Promotions, Advocacy and IEC

- P

romo collaterals to strengthen PH brand; 7 TID Updates; 3 Regional Conferences/Localization of Roadmaps.

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MANUFACTURING RESURGENCE PROGRAM

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Policy Lessons

Inclusiveness requires

the following to create more jobs:

high

& sustained

growth

Improve

productivity in agriculture where half of the poor are

programs for poverty

reduction & social

protection

Increase skills of the poor thru greater access to higher levels of education

pro-active

growth policies & industrial

strategies

Structural

change through the development of manufacturing is essential to any developing country for job creation, poverty reduction & sustained development (Justin Lin, 2013)

Services cannot provide all the needed jobs

Promote growth in manufacturing where labor-intensive & new & high productivity jobs can be created: low, medium, high-skilled workers

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Share of Manufacturing to GDP

Manufacturing share rose from ‘50s to 70s; declined from the 1980s to the 2000s; Services increased from ‘70s to 20sFabella (2012): development progeria or premature aging, rise in services, fall in industry, decline in manufacturingDecline - a reflection of failure of long-term manufacturing strategy

1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2012S1 2013Agri,Fishery,Forestry32.529.725.623.920.818.911.0710.23 Agriculture32.526.520.722.120.518.8Industry Sector30.632.638.338.034.133.032.0532.96 Mining & Quarrying 1.21.11.41.71.31.71.141.33 Manufacturing22.325.628.226.324.323.722.1122.57 Construction6.15.07.17.35.54.55.395.74 Electricity, Gas & Water1.11.01.72.73.03.23.413.31 Service Sector38.338.436.640.442.448.056.8856.81

BACK

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Manufacturing Resurgence Program

Identified priority program of the present Administration under National Budget Memorandum (NBM) No. 118Consists of projects and sub-programs that will enhance the competitiveness of the Manufacturing IndustryIts main reference/blueprint is the Manufacturing Industry Roadmap

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Manufacturing Resurgence Program

Budget Allocation2014: P182.6B2015: P238B (proposed)Lead Implementing Agency: DTIParticipating Agencies: DOST, DOLE, DOLE-TESDA, CHED, DOE, DA, NPC, NEA, PCA

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Key Outcomes

3

ppt

annual increase in value added

0.5

ppt

annual increase in share of manufacturing to GDP

300-500 thousand jobs per year

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Strategy to make manufacturing an engine of growth & source of more & better Jobs

Close supply chain gaps:

copper, paper, iron & steel, furniture, tool & die

Expand domestic market & exports: auto, shipbuildingHRD & skills trainingSME developmentInnovation & green growth

Promotion

Power, smuggling, logistics, infrastructure

Improve regulation, reduce cost of doing business

Competitive exchange rate

open trade regime, sustainable macro policies, sound tax policies & administration, efficient bureaucracy, secure property rights, institutions

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Industrial Policy: Elements

Cross-cutting interventions

Critical role of roadmaps in focusing existing government programs

Secured commitment of lead agencies

:

Infrastructure (DPWH)

Power and

energy

(DOE)

Research & Development (DOST)

Human resource development (DTI as lead;

DepEd

, CHED, DOLE, TESDA)

Local Government

regulations (DILG, NCC)

DTI as lead

:

International

marketing

&

promotions

(BOI, PEZA, other IPAs, CITEM, BETP, among others)

Logistics (DTI as lead for amendment of

cabotage

-related laws & regulations)

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Industrial Policy: Elements

Industry-specific policy toolsTariffs – General review of Executive Order 61 (issued Oct 2011)Market access negotiations – Incorporation into the Trade Negotiation Agenda for FTAs and Preferential AccessIncentives – Investment Priorities Plan of 2014-2015

Technical Standards – Development of standards across products and services; mandatory implementation of existing standards

Trade Remedies / Trade Defense

Demand-side stimulation

Public investment in common facilities

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Manufacturing: Strategic Actions

ActionsInstitutional mechanism to fully integrate the industryFull integration of industry upstream-mining, reliable supply of iron ore & coalSupply hubs for raw & natural materials, equipment and software Fiber raw material base, develop massive tree plantations, commercial agro forestry with virgin wood pulp production

Close Supply/Value Chain Gaps

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Complex product, 30,000+ parts & components, different production processes: large multiplier effect

Basic Industries

Parts & Components Manufacturing

Vehicle Manufacturing

Auto Supporting Industries

3

rd

Tier Supplier

(Raw Materials)

2nd & 1st Tier Supplier(Intermediate & semi-finished)

Mining

Iron & Steel

Petrochemicals

Textile

Machinery & Equipment, Dies & Moulds, Metal Stamping, Die Casting, Machining

Rubber

Chemicals

Expand domestic

market

export

platform

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TypeSectorsDesign, tool making, prototyping, molding, die castingAuto parts, Tool & DieChemical engineering, Materials Engineering Chemical, Rubber, PlasticsSupervisory, managerial, productivityFurnitureFoundry technology, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Industrial, Metal casting EngineeringMetal castingDie design, Tool & Die EngineeringTool & DieVocational trainings (TESDA)Iron & steel, Furniture

HRD & Skills Trainings

Cooperation with TESDA, CHED Investment in skills & educationLabor policies to facilitate movement from low productivity to high productivity jobs

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Other Strategic Actions

STRATEGIC

ACTIONS

SME Development:

F

inance access, compliance with product standards,

Clusters,

Incubation

, Shared Services Facilities (Quality testing facilities,

Fablabs

)

Innovation

:

I

ndustry-academe linkages, R&D, adoption of green processes, green products, technology extension services esp. to SMEs; metrology, standards testing, quality control; incubation; information & communication

Marketing & promotion:

attract investments

Horizontal issues

: power, shipping, smuggling

, doing business

procedures

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THANK YOU!

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Basic Principles

Primacy of good governance

Transparent, Inclusive and Participative

Private sector-driven

Government as convenor, coordinator, facilitator, enabler

Pragmatic rather than grand design

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INTEGRATED INDUSTRY & TRADE STRATEGY

International Trade Negotiations

Advocacy & Communications

One Country ,

One Voice(Public Consultations )

One Country , One Network(Trade and Industry Policy Research Network)

One Country , One Team(Inter-Agency Coordination)

Industry Competitiveness

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Industry Development ProgramCoverage: Industry/Manufacturing and Services

Industry

Roadmapping Project Coverage: Industry/Manufacturing and Services

Manufacturing Resurgence Program Coverage: Selected Manufacturing Sectors

Advocacy/IEC Coverage: Industry/Manufacturing and Services

29 roadmaps submitted and 21 under development

IDC

Sectoral

Working Groups

Manufacturing Industry Roadmap

(integration of the

sectoral roadmaps - PIDS)

MRP Cluster (NBM 118) Lead Implementing Agency - DTI Participating Agencies - DOLE, DOST-PCRIEED, TESDA, CHED, DOE, NPC, NEA, DA & PCA

TID Updates

TID talks

Roundtables/FGDs

Publications

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Elements of Industrial Strategy (1/3)

1. Institutional mechanism

Industry Development Council (IDC)

Manufacturing Revival Program for 2014-2016

Key policy documents

Philippine Development Plan (Ch.3)

Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) 2014-2015

Trade Negotiation Agenda

Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) 2014-2016

Philippine Investment Promotion Plan

TCTRM Workplan 2014-2016

2. Macroeconomic advocacy

stability in foreign exchange rate, interest rates and general price level

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Elements of Industrial Strategy(2/3)

3. Cross-cutting interventions

Critical role of roadmaps in focusing existing government programs

Secured commitment of lead agencies

:

Infrastructure (DPWH)

Power and Energy (DOE)

Research & Development (DOST)

Human resource development (DTI as lead; DepEd, CHED, DOLE, TESDA)

Local Government Regulations (DILG, NCC)

DTI as lead

:

International Marketing & Promotions (BOI, PEZA, other IPAs, CITEM, BETP, among others)

Logistics (DTI as lead for amendment of cabotage-related laws & regulations)

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Elements of Industrial Strategy(3/3)

4. Industry-specific policy toolsTariffs – General review of Executive Order 61 (issued Oct 2011)Market access negotiations – Incorporation into the Trade Negotiation Agenda for FTAs and Preferential AccessIncentives – Investment Priorities Plan of 2014-2015

Technical Standards – Development of standards across products and services; mandatory implementation of existing standardsTrade Remedies / Trade DefenseDemand-side stimulationPublic investment in common facilities

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V. Projects and Programs

- As submitted by participating agencies in the MRP i.e., DTI (BOI and RODG), DOST, DOLE, PCA-DA, TESDA and DOE

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Projects and Programs

Institutional & Operational Support

Industry Development Program (DTI-BOI)

Operationalization of the Industry Development Council

Publication/Printing of Roadmaps/CNIS and Related Materials

Conduct of Feasibility Studies

Resolution of Horizontal and Vertical Issues

Strengthening of Testing and Analytical Capabilities of Regional Laboratories (DOST)

Technology Needs Assessment in Biotechnology (DOST)

Rebuilding of Testing Capability on Energy Efficiency Testing and Expansion of the Coverage of the Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling (EES&L) Program for Air Conditioners (DOE)

Technical Capability on Quality Testing of LPG

Autogas

(DOE)

Rural Electrification Program (90% household electrification by 2017)

Household Electrification in Off-Grid Areas using RE (DOE)

Oil Industry Deregulation Management Program (DOE)

Government Energy Management Program (DOE)

Alternative Fuels for Transport – natural gas, e-vehicles, etc. (DOE)

Market Transformation through the Introduction of e-Trike Program (DOE)

One-Stop On-line Processing and Reporting System for Energy Contracts (OSOPRSEC)

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Projects and Programs

Research & Development

Food – fermented foods, cacao & cocoa products, food additives, healthy & convenient food products, intermediate food products and ingredients, food safety

Agro-industrial – rubber and rubber products, abaca, recombinant production, essential oils

Electronics – ADMATEL, product development hub

Metals and Engineering – value-adding technologies

Mining and Minerals - value-adding technologies, responsible mining

Energy – FS on low-enthalpy geothermal resource, ocean energy potential resource assessment, wind resource assessment, assessment of selected low-enthalpy geothermal areas, techno-economic and viability study for other biofuel feedstock,

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Projects and Programs

Enterprise Development

Agro-industrial Hub (PCA)

KEDP-Community/Household-level Coconut Processing (PCA)

Establishment of Technology/Business Incubation Centers (DTI & DOST)

The Big Push for MSME Development (DTI-RODG)

Shared Service Facility (SSF)

OTOP-TP Stores

Micro Enterprise Development Program

Industry Cluster Development

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Projects and Programs

Manpower Development and Retention

Labor Code Amendment (DOLE)

Labor Law Compliance and Incentivizing System (DOLE)

Productivity Improvement

Single Entity Approach (DOLE)

Training Contract Scheme (TCS) for SMEs (TESDA)

Bridging Competency Gap Phase 2 (DOST)

Philippine Institute of Integrated Circuits (DOST)

SME Roving Academy (DTI-RODG)

Capacity-building Activities (DTI-BOI)


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