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DTI cracks down on unlicensed steel products in ParanaqueDuring the monitoring and enforcement activities of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Parañaque City on 23 May 2019, the team led by Secretary Ramon Lopez found steel products, particularly angle bars, that do not have licenses and are sold in the market. The DTI-Fair Trade and Enforcement Bureau (DTI-FTEB) sealed all unlicensed products that will be under investigation. Sec. Lopez also inspected the licenses and PS marks of uPVC pipes used for water and electrical conduit, as well as cement to ensure quality and standards. The trade chief relayed that DTI's intensified monitoring and enforcement will continue to ensure that substandard and uncertified products will not reach the consumers. According to the Secretary, with the intensification of product standard monitoring campaign, products with violation have gone down to 2.7% in the National Capital Region. Likewise, Sec. Lopez emphasized that the same efforts are being exerted in the provinces and regions. A total of 14 hardware stores in Parañaque City and 15 hardware stores in Las Piñas City were inspected on the said date. Sec. Lopez was joined by DTI Undersecretary Ruth Castelo, DTI-FTEB Director Ronnel Abrenica, and Atty. Genaro Jacob. ♦

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