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[LETTER OF INSTRUCTIONS NO. 110, (1973-08-04)](https://lawyerly.ph/laws/view/l4abb)
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[ LETTER OF INSTRUCTIONS NO. 110, August 04, 1973 ]

TO: The National Cottage Industries Development Authority
The Bureau of Forest Development
The Bureau of Plant Industry
The Office of the Forest Products Research and
Industry Development Commission

In order to minimize the hardships in the procurement of the supply of acacia trees  utilize as raw materials for the continued operation of woodcraft industries, ways and means to replenish gradually the thinning stock of this valuable wood for the next ten (10) years, should be devised and undertaken.  These woodcraft industries are lucrative and their products have constituted for decades the premier export of Philippine cottage industries upon which the livelihood of many entrepreneurs and laborers depends.

The National Cottage Industries Development Authority (NACIDA), the Bureau of Forest Development, the Bureau of Plant Industry and the Forest Products Research and Industry Development Commission are hereby directed to conduct comprehensive studies on how to insure the steady and continued operation of the woodcraft industries and to adopt measures to prevent expected shortages of acacia trees.

Done in the City of Manila, this 4th day of August, in the year of Our Lord, nineteen hunched and seventy-three.

(Sgd.) FERDINAND E. MARCOS
President
Republic of the Philippines

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