All investors and enterprises are entitled to the basic rights and guarantees provided in the Philippine Constitution, such as:

 

A.      Right to REPATRIATION OF INVESTMENTS

In the case of foreign investments, the right to repatriate the entire proceeds of the liquidation of the investment in the currency in which the investment was originally made at the exchange rate prevailing at the time of repatriation.

B.      Right to REMITTANCE OF EARNINGS

In the case of foreign investments,  the right to remit earnings from the investments in the currency in which the investment was originally made and at the exchange rate prevailing at the time of remittance.

C.      Right to FOREIGN LOAN AND CONTRACTS

The right to remit,  at the exchange rate prevailing at the time of remittance, such as may be necessary to meet the payment of interest and the principal on foreign loans and foreign obligations arising from technological assistance contracts.

D.      Right to FREEDOM FROM EXPROPRIATION

There shall be no expropriation by the government of the property represented by the investments or of the property of enterprises except for public use or in the interest of national welfare and defense and upon payment of just compensation. In such cases, foreign investors of enterprises shall have the right to remit sums received as compensation for the expropriated property in the currency in which the investment was originally made and at the exchange rate prevailing at the time of remittance.

E.       Right to NON-REQUISITION OF INVESTMENT

There shall be no requisition of property presented by the investment or of the property of enterprises, except in the event of war or national emergency and only for the duration of such. Just compensation for the requisitioned property may be remitted in the currency in which the investment was originally made and at the exchange rate prevailing at the time of remittance.