The Impact of Information Technology in Trade Facilitation on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Philippines
In: Studies in Trade and Investment: The Development Impact of Information Technology in Trade Facilitation
AbstractThis chapter describes the impact of information technology (IT) in trade facilitation on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines. The definition of SME varies across countries, and the Government of the Philippines has adopted one that includes micro- and cottage enterprises. The Government classifies establishments into four categories: (a) micro/cottage (1-9 persons in the workforce and with asset limit of P 3 million); (b) small (10-99 workers, with an asset limit of P 15 million); (c) medium (100-199 workers, with asset limit of P 100 million); and (d) large (more than 200 workers, and more than P 100 million in assets).
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Trade facilitation; automation; garment industry; IT; SMEs; export; customs; Philippines;
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