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April 2, 1989 saw the birth of DFP’s first off-airport shop and its largest duty free outlet --- the Fiesta Shopping Center . The FSC, a take-off from the Department of Tourism’s Fiesta Islands Philippines promotion, was an 8,000 sq.m. facility right across NAIA and the country’s biggest duty free store. More new shops were opened in 1992: the DFP Arrival store at Fort Ilocandia in Laoag, Ilocos Norte; departure and arrival outlets in the new terminal building of the Mactan International Airport in Cebu; and an off-airport store at the Paskuhan Village in San Fernando, Pampanga. A downtown shop opened in 1993 in Davao. April 1997 marked the opening of DFP’s flagship store on a 5-hectare lot, purpose built for duty free retailing. The new Fiestamall boasts of a 24,000 sq.m. selling area and state-of-the-art facilities. The Tourism Act of 2009 (Republic Act No. 9593) signed into law in 2009, reorganized DFP to become the Duty Free Philippines Corporation. As a body corporate, DFPC is tasked to operate the duty-and tax-free merchandising system in the Philippines aimed to augment the service facilities for tourists and to generate foreign exchange and revenue for the government as mandated by E.O. No. 46.
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