The Investment Priorities Plan (IPP)

The Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) is a plan prepared and formulated through the concerted efforts of the IPP Inter-Agency Working Group headed by the BOI in consultation with appropriate government agencies such as the NEDA, DOF, DA, DOE, DOT, DOST, DICT and DOTR and the private sector.

It includes and contains specific activities and generic categories of economic activities wherein investments are to be encouraged and entitled to BOI incentives under the Omnibus Investment Code of 1987 as amended or E.O.226.

  1. Preferred Activities

Priority Sector Manufacturing All Manufacturing Activities including Agro-Processing
Priority Sector Agribusiness Agriculture, Fishery, and Forestry
Priority Sector Services Strategic Services
Priority Sector Healthcare Servcies Healthcare Services including Drug Rehabilitation Centers
Priority Sector Mass Housing Mass Housing
Priority Sector Infra Logistics Infrastructure and Logistics including LGU-PPPs
Priority Sector Innovation Driver Innovation Drivers
Priority Sector IB Models Inclusive Business (IB) Models
Priority Sector Environment or Climate Change Environment or Climate Change-Related Projects
Priority Sector Energy Energy
  1. Export Activities

  1. Production and manufacture of export products

  2. Services Exports

  3. Activities in support of exporters

  1. Special Laws

This covers activities where inclusion in the IPP is mandated for purposes of incentives, as follows:

  1. Industrial Tree Plantation (P.D. 705);

  2. Mining (R.A. 7942) (limited to capital equipment incentive);

  3. Publication or Printing of Books/Textbooks (R.A. 8047);

  4. Refining, Storage, Marketing and Distribution of Petroleum Products (R.A. 8479);

  5. Rehabilitation, Self-Development and Self-Reliance of Persons with Disability (R.A. 7277);

  6. Renewable Energy (R.A. 9513); and

  7. Tourism (R.A. 9593).