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ROAD  VEHICLE  STANDARDS:  Mandatory  


and  Priority  Regula>ons  in  ASEAN  

 
BUREAU  OF  PRODUCT  STANDARDS  
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Outline  
•  Background  
–  ASEAN  Economic  Integra>on  
•  Iden>fied  priority  standards  for  Automo>ve  
Products  
•  Mandatory  Philippine  Na>onal  Standards  for  
Automo>ve  Products  
•   Harmoniza>on  program  for  Philippine  
Na>onal  Standards  
10    ASEAN  Member  States    
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1.  Brunei  
Darussalam  
2.  Cambodia  
3.  Indonesia  
4.  Lao  PDR    
5.  Malaysia    
6.  Myanmar  
7.  Philippines  
8.  Singapore  
9.  Thailand  
10. Viet  Nam  
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DECLARATION OF ASEAN CONCORD II


(BALI CONCORD II)

Ø At the 9th ASEAN Summit in Bali, Indonesia on 07


October 2003, Declaration of ASEAN Concord II (Bali
Concord II) was adopted by ASEAN Member States

Ø ASEAN is committed to deepen and broaden its


internal economic integration and linkages, with the
participation of the private sector
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ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY

Ø End-goal of ASEAN Economic Integration as outlined


in the ASEAN Vision 2020 is the realization of ASEAN
Economic Community.
Ø 2020 accelerated to 2015
Ø  Cebu Declaration on the Acceleration of the
Establishment of an ASEAN Community by 2015
Ø 13 January 2007
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ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY

Ø Characterized by a single market and production base,


with free flow of goods, services, investment and
labor, and free flow of capital
Ø  I n v o l v e s , a m o n g o t h e r s , h u m a n r e s o u r c e s
development and capacity building, development of
electronic transaction through e-ASEAN, integrating
industries across the region to promote regional
outsourcing, and enhancing private sector
involvement.
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FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT

As a first step towards the realization of the ASEAN


Economic Community, the Leaders have signed the
ASEAN Framework Agreement for the Integration of
11 Priority Sectors on 30 November 2004 in Vientiane,
Lao PDR.
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FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT

Ø Objective – to identify measures to be implemented,


with clear timelines, in respect of the 11 priority
sectors for integration.
Ø To identify common and specific measures for each
priority sector, an individual integration protocol for
each priority sector has been developed called “ASEAN
Sectoral Integration Protocol”
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ASEAN PRIORITY INTEGRATION PROGRAM

Country
Coordinator Products / Sector
Indonesia Wood-Based and Automotive
Malaysia Rubber-Based and Textile Apparels
Myanmar Agro-Based and Fisheries
Philippines Electronics
Singapore e-ASEAN and Healthcare
Thailand Air Travel and Tourism
Vietnam Logistics
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APPROACHES FOR PRIORITY


INTEGRATION SECTORS

Ø  Combine the economic strengths of ASEAN Member Countries for


regional advantage
Ø  Facilitate and promote intra-ASEAN investments
Ø  Improve the condition to attract and retain manufacturing and
other economic activities within the region
Ø  Promote outsourcing programme within ASEAN
Ø  Promote the development of “Made in ASEAN” products and
services
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ACCSQ  –  Automo>ve  Product  Sector  


•  Regional  strategy  
–  Develop  an  overall  strategy  of  the  ASEAN  automo>ve  
industry  in  the  context  of  Asia  and  the  Global  market  
•   Measures  to  increase  intra-­‐ASEAN  Trade  and  
Investment  
•  Measures    for  increasing  ASEAN  Automo>ve  
Industry’s  Technological  capabili>es  
•  Measures  for  improving  Human  Resources  Capability  
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Measures  to  increase  Intra-­‐ASEAN  Trade  and  


Investment  –  Standards  and  Conformance  

•  Harmonize  ASEAN  safety  standards  for  


automo>ve  to  a  common  regulatory  
framework  based  on  UN-­‐ECE  Regula7ons    
•  Harmonize    ASEAN  emission  and  fuel  
property  standards  based  on  UN-­‐ECE  
Regula7ons  
•  Pursuing  ASEAN  Mutual  Recogni>on  
Agreement  taking  into  considera>on    
exis>ng  interna>onal  and  regional  MRAs  
such  as  ILAC,  APLAC,  IAF  and  PAC  
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ASEAN  -­‐APWG  
•  Automo>ve  Product  Working  Group  (APWG)    
•  Composi>on    
–  Representa>ves  of  10  ASEAN  MEMBER  STATES  Regulatory  
Bodies  for  Automo>ve  Products  
•  Task  
–  Come  up  with  an  ASEAN  Regulatory  Regime  for  
Automo>ve  Products  
•  Harmonize  standards    
•  Mutual  Recogni>on  Arrangement  Conformity  Assessment  in  the  
Automo>ve  Sector  
•  Implementa>on  mechanism  
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ACCSQ-­‐  AUTOMOTIVE  PRODUCT  


WORKING  GROUP  
•  Composi>on  
–  Representa>ve(s)  from  Regulator(s)  and  Associa>on  of  
Automo>ves,  nominated  by  member  Countries  to  the  
PWG;  
–  Representa>ve(s)  from  ASEAN  Automo>ves  Federa>on  
(AAF);  
–  Any  ACCSQ  Members  wishing  to  par>cipate;  and  
–  Representa>ve(s)  from  the  ASEAN  Secretariat.  
•  Philippine  delega>on  
•  DOTC/LTO,  DTI/BPS,  DENR,  DOE,  DOST,  other  Government  
Agencies  and  Automo>ve  Industry  representa>vesn(PAFI,  CAMPI,  
TMA,  MDPPA,  MVPMAP)  
•  CHVSR  serves  as  the  forum  for  discussing  Philippines  par>cipa>on      
19  UNECE  Regula>ons  Iden>fied  by  ASEAN  
as  priority  for  integra>on      
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AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT UNECE REGULATION

1 Braking System R13


2 Braking System (Passenger Car) R13H
3 Seat belt anchorage R14
4 Seat belt R16
5 Seats R17
6 Head Restraints R25
7 Pneumatic tyre – passenger R30
8 Speedometer (L category) R39
9 Exhaust Emission (L category) R40

10 Noise (L category) R41


11 Safety glass R43
12 Rear View Mirror R46
13 Diesel Emission R49
14 Noise emission R51
15 Pneumatic tyre – commercial R54
16 Driver Operated Control R60
17 Tyre (L category) R75
18 Steering Equipment R79
MANDATORY  Philippine  Na>onal  Standards  for  Automo>ve  Products  
 
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ECE Automotive  Product   Philippine  National  Standard    


No.  
13   Braking  System   PNS  UNECE  13:  2005  
13H   Braking  SystemPassenger  car   PNS  UNECE  13H:  2005  
14   Seat  belt  anchorage   PNS  1893:  2000  Based  on  ECE  R14:  1993  
16   Seat  belt   PNS  1892:  2000  Based  onECE  R16:  1993  
17   Seats    
25   Head  Restraints   PNS  UNECE  25:  2005  
30   Pneumatic  tires  passenger  car   PNS  25  in  transition  to  PNS  UNECE  30:  2010  
39   Speedometer   PNS  UNECE  39:  2006  
40   Exhaust  Emission(L  category)   D.A.O.  No.2010-­‐24  
41   Noise  (L  category)    
43   Safety  glass   PNS  130:2004  intransition  to  PNS  UNECE  43:  2009  
46   Rear  view  mirror   PNS  UNECE  46:  2005  
49   Diesel  emission   D.A.O.  No.2010-­‐23  
51   Noise  emission    
54   Pneumatic  tires  Commercial   PNS  25  in  transition  to  PNS  UNECE  54:  2010  
60   Driver  operated  control   PNS  UNECE  60:  2006  
75   Tire  (L  category)   PNS  UNECE  75:  2006  
79   Steering  equipment   PNS  UNECE  79:  2005  
83   Exhaust  Emission   D.A.O.  No.2010-­‐23  
 
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Other  automo>ve  products  under  


Mandatory  regula>on  
•  SAFETY  HELMETS  FOR  MOTORCYCLES  
(UNECE22)  
•  INNER  TUBES  
•  BRAKE  FLUIDS  
•  LEAD  ACID  STORAGE  BATTERIES  
•  AUTO  LPG  CYLINDERS  AND  CONVERSION  
SHOPS  
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