The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is the primary government agency of the Philippines with the dual mission of facilitating the creation of a business environment wherein participants could compete, flourish, and succeed and, at the same time, ensuring consumer welfare.
The Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) is the export promotions arm of the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
CITEM is committed to develop, nurture, and promote globally competitive small and medium enterprises (SMEs), exporters designers and manufacturers by implementing an integrated approach to export marketing, in partnership with other government and private entities.
For three decades, CITEM has established the country’s image as the premier destination for quality export products and services. It continues to set the highest standards of creativity, excellence and innovation to achieve export competitiveness in the international market.
TI-EMB in manded to oversee the development, strategic marketing, and monitoring of Philippine exports. The DTI-EMB provides the exporters the enabling environment to make them globally competitive.
It provides front-line assistance, information, specialized consultancy services, business matching and other export development and strategic marketing services to both established and potential exporters.
The Foreign Trade Service Corps (FTSC), as part of the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), is tasked to promote Philippine trade and investment worldwide as well as connect trading businesses of local companies and foreign investors with their counterparts.
The Philippine Trade and Investment Centers (PTIC) in Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shanghai are part of the Trade and Investment Promotions Group under the supervision of the Foreign Trade Service Corps of the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
The Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (PHILEXPORT) is the umbrella organization of Philippine exporters accredited under the Export Development Act (EDA) of 1994. It is a non-stock, non-profit private organization born out of the unification of the Philippine Exporters Foundation and the Confederation of Philippine Exporters last August 1992.
It is mandated to strengthen the country's export industry through its export promotion and development programs.