Republic of the Philippines Department of Finance BUREAU OF CUSTOMS CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 03 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ADVANCE RULING SYSTEM FOR VALUATION AND RULES OF ORIGIN
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