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Cablegate: Manila's Response to Information Requested by U.S.

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STATE FOR USITC, ATTN: L.M. SCHLITT

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON OTRA
SUBJECT: Manila's Response to Information Requested by U.S.
International Trade Commission on Industrial Biotechnology

REF: A. STATE 133131 B. MANILA 00531

1. In response to the action request in ref A, paragraph 5, please
see ref B, which explains the Philippines' Biofuels Act of 2006.

2. The following websites outline other relevant industry
information and lists industry players: http://www.biofuels.com.ph/
and http://www.isaaa.org/kc/default.asp

3. Embassy contact person is Caron de Mars, Environment, Science
and Technology Officer, who can be reached at (63-2) 301-2342 or
email demarsce@state.gov.

KENNEY

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