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PHYSIOGRAPHY

he Philippines lies in the southeastern coast of Asia between


4o23 north and 21o25 north latitude and 116o east and 127o
east longitude. It is bordered by the waters of Bashi Channel
up its north, Sulu and Celebes Seas down its south, the
Pacific Ocean to its east, and South China Sea to its west. Via air travel,
the country is just within a few hours ride to Brunei, China, Hong Kong,
Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
Stretching to an area of 300,000 square kilometers, the
Philippines is composed of 7,107 islands, of which only about 3,144 are
named. Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao are the three largest groups of
islands. These groups of islands are further subdivided into regions, the
regions into provinces, and the provinces into cities and municipalities.
The cities and municipalities are further subdivided into barangays.
The country is subdivided into 17 regions, namely, Regions I-XIII,
the National Capital Region (NCR) or Metro Manila, Cordillera
Administrative Region (CAR), and the Autonomous Region in Muslim
Mindanao (ARMM). The (NCR) has 16 highly urbanized cities and one
urban municipality. As of September 30, 2013, the country had 80
provinces, 143 cities, 1,491 municipalities, and 42,028 barangays.
Two distinct seasons, the wet and the dry, characterize the
climate of the country. During the wet season, (June until November of
the year), rains shower all across the land. The dry season, meanwhile,
starts from December to May of the succeeding year. These seasons
bring about temperatures ranging from a cool of 18.7oC in January to a
peak heat of 36.0oC in March.

Sources: NAMRIA, NSCB, DILG, and PAGASA

HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND
ifferent foreign races streamed into the country and left traces
in the genetics of Filipinos, likewise in their customs, cultures
and traditions.

Ferdinand Magellan discovered the Philippines on March 16,


1521. This signaled the start of more than 300 years of Spanish colonial
rule and other turning events in the history of the country.
Spain conquered the Philippines in 1565 and named it after the
Spanish king Philip. The Filipinos experienced injustice and oppression
under the Spanish rule and this sparked massive unrest the eventually
turned into revolution, thus weakening the Spanish rule.
Spain declared war against America but was defeated. Following
the Spanish-American War, in December 1898, Spain ceded the
Philippines to America through the Treaty of Paris. Filipinos resented the
new colonizer. An outbreak of Filipino-American War from 1899 to 1902
happened, and the Americans won. Filipinos still held their dream for
independence and their sovereignty. Later this dream for sovereignty
was recognized, and the Philippines acquired self-government as a
Commonwealth of the United States of America (USA) in March 1934.
World War II broke out. The Japanese invaded and occupied the
country from January 2, 1942 to October 20, 1944. In July 1946 the
Filipinos achieved their independence from the Japanese. From its
independence until 1972, the Philippines was governed under a
constitution based largely on the US pattern.
Succession of presidents emerged to carry out the task of
rebuilding the Republic. In September 1972, then President Ferdinand
Marcos declared martial law to subdue widespread political unrest. He
remained in power until People Power Revolution toppled his
government on February 25, 1986 and seated Corazon C. Aquino into
presidency. Fidel V. Ramos succeeded her in 1992. In 1998 elections
Joseph E. Estrada supported by masses won and became the 13th
President of the Republic. Barely two years in office, Estrada was forced
to step down by yet another people power revolution on January 20,
2001. Then Vice President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo took oath as the
14th President. After the 2004 national elections, Macapagal Arroyo was
proclaimed to have won the presidency despite protests from her
greatest contender to the seat, Fernando Poe Jr.. Her administration
survived several coup attempts until her term ended. In May 2010
national elections, by an overwhelming vote, Benigno Simeon C. Aquino
III was seated as President of the Republic.

CONSTITUTION
AND GOVERNMENT

he Philippine government follows the 1987 Constitution to


guide its political and governmental affairs while at the same
time safeguarding civil rights and liberties of the citizens. The
country advocates for a democratic system of government
wherein powers rest on three governing departments: the executive, the
legislative and the judicial. The President heads the Executive branch
and he has a Vice-President and 24-member Cabinet to aid him in
leadership. Laws limit the Presidents term to a period of 6 years.
The Legislative branch is made up of the Congress, a bicameral
body with 24 senators and over two hundred district representatives duly
elected by the people. In the last May 2010 national elections,
congressmen and 33 members of the party-list were elected. The partylists are organized lobby groups representing marginalized sectors of
society.
The Judicial branch, on the other hand, is made up of the
Supreme Court, the Appellate, the lower courts and the special courts
established by law. The Supreme Court is composed of the Chief
Justice and 13 Associate Justices. The Court of Appeals, meanwhile,
consists of a Presiding Justice and over 60 Associate Justices.
In sharing and mobilizing the resources for countrywide
development, the government is distinctly divided into national and local
sectors. Local government sector has officials elected by the people and
to serve their constituents for three years. Local autonomy is provided
for in the Local Government Code of 1991 in the province, city and
municipality.

Sources: 1987 Philippine Constitution and DILG

AGRICULTURE

Farms
Number (M)
Area (M Ha)
Average farm area (Ha)
Aqua farms
Number
Operator
Volume of production (Th MT)
Total
Agricultural crops
Livestocks
Poultry
Fishery

1980

1991

2002

3.42
9.73
2.84

4.61
9.98
2.16

4.82
9.67
2.00

28,028
27,280

193,735
181,561

2010

2011

2012

84,945.0
75,583.2r
2,376.4
1,810.1
5,159.5

96,585.0
87,294.5
2,422.3
1,888.6
4,973.6

97,280.2
88,002.0
2,446.0
1,974.1
4,858.1

Value of production (MP)


(At current prices)
Agricultural crops
Livestocks
Poultry
Fishery
(At constant 2000 prices)
Agricultural crops
Livestocks
Poultry
Fishery
Area harvested (Th Ha)
Palay
Corn
Yield per hectare (MT)
Palay
Corn

1,256,258.5 1,396,485.6 1,416,794.7

673,210.3
210,465.6
151,531.7
221,050.9

800,720.7
212,326.0
158,734.9
224,695.1

797,731.1
214,318.4
167,033.7
237,711.5

731,534.9
363,764.2
120,267.9
100,964.5
146,538.3

748,065.9
381,376.0
122,657.0
105,351.6
138,681.3

769,646.0
397,184.3
124,009.9
110,121.1
138,330.6

4,354.2
2,499.0

4,536.6
2,544.6

4,690.0
2,593.8

2009

2010

2011

3.59
2.62

3.62
2.55

3.68
2.74

Continued

AGRICULTURE
Palay
Volume of production (Th MT)
Value of production (MP)
At current prices
At constant 2000 prices

5
2010

2011

2012

15,772.3

16,684.1

18,032.4

229,645.0
132,172.0r

254,265.2
139,812.5

292,125.4
151,111.8

Corn
Volume of production (Th MT)
Value of production (MP)
At current prices
At constant 2000 prices

6,376.8

6,971.2

7,406.8

69,698.4
42,214.4

87,698.1
46,149.5

94,066.9
49,033.3

Livestock inventory (Th Head)


Carabao
Cattle
Hog
Goat

2011

2012

2013

3,075.3
2,518.4
12,303.1
3,881.5

2,963.9
2,493.2
11,863.0
3,715.2

2,912.8
2,497.9
11,843.1
3,694.0

2011

2012

2013

162,812.9
54,753.9
31,444.3
76,614.7
10,126.4

164,192.3
57,284.2
31,523.8
75,384.3
10,011.5

166,386.3
59,196.0
32,002.5
75,187.7
10,136.2

Status of irrigation

2010

2011

2012

(Area in hectares)
Total irrigable area

3,126,340

3,126,340

3,126,340

Total service area


National
Communal2
Private3

1,542,668
767,006
558,333
217,329

1,570,926
712,790
496,442
193,814

1,626,510
722,583
534,403
200,018

Poultry inventory (Th Head)


Chicken
Broiler
Layer (foreign strain)
Native or improved1
Duck

Irrigation development (%)


Gross value added in agriculture
At current prices (MP)
Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra

49.0

50.0

55.5

2011
1,058,205
243,603
76,770
117,742

2012
1,053,730
279,531
82,066
83,069

2013a
497,383
124,426
37,472
28,809
Continued

AGRICULTURE
2011

2012

2013a

38,293
83,805
16,947
13,126
5,936
14,412
27,975
77,735
151,635
106,906

29,049
88,285
18,977
16,382
5,839
15,568
20,384
65,607
152,983
112,592

16,102
47,421
16,150
5,301
2,715
6,909
7,029
26,345
80,710
57,653

83,319

83,201

40,341

At constant 2000 prices (MP)

545,436

565,068

276,396

Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra
Sugarcane
Banana
Mango
Pineapple
Coffee
Cassava
Rubber
Other crops
Livestock
Poultry
Agricultural activities and services

130,252
37,876
29,380
18,221
33,539
14,418
14,299
3,293
8,265
3,219
40,297
92,255
71,262
48,860

140,737
40,250
30,492
16,606
33,774
14,092
15,309
3,297
11,655
3,358
41,182
93,260
74,536
49,816

62,920
18,177
14,921
10,018
15,848
13,279
7,402
1,591
4,258
1,353
21,043
45,722
36,835
23,029

Implicit price index (2000=100)

194.0

186.4

180.0

Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra
Sugarcane
Banana
Mango
Pineapple

187.0
202.7
400.8
210.2
249.9
117.5
91.8

198.1
204.4
272.2
181.2
261.5
136.8
104.9

197.8
206.2
193.1
160.7
299.2
121.6
71.6

Gross value added in agriculture


At current prices (MP) con't.
Sugarcane
Banana
Mango
Pineapple
Coffee
Cassava
Rubber
Other crops
Livestock
Poultry
Agricultural activities and services

Continued

AGRICULTURE
Gross value added in agriculture

7
2011

2012

2013a

Implicit price index con't.


Coffee

180.2

178.4

170.7

Cassava

174.4

189.0

162.3

Rubber

869.0

621.3

519.5

Other crops

192.9

158.9

125.2

Livestock

164.4

164.0

176.5

Poultry

150.0

151.0

156.5

Agricultural activities and services

170.5

167.8

175.2

2008

2009

2010

Agriculture, hunting and


forestry establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number

680

624

744

Total employment

118,895

109,984

128,756

Paid employees

118,415

109,570

127,001

Unpaid workers

480

414

755

Total compensation (MP)

13,850.1

12,892.2

16,312.5

Total revenue (MP)

60,941.5

64,686.8

81,826.3

Total cost (MP)

48,195.1

50,010.6

62,623.6

Value added (MP)

18,159.5

19,614.9

25,927.0

Gross addition to fixed


2,465.3

2,911.0

4,796.9

Change in inventories (MP)

1,998.5

348.4

1,367.9

Subsidies (MP)

1,226.9

1,057.1

619.3

assets (MP)

With TE of less than 20


Number

596

656

792

Total employment

7,629

8,516

9,493

Paid employees

7,033

7,710

8,521

Unpaid workers

596

806

972

398.7

462.3

566.6

Total revenue (MP)

5,246.2

5,942.8

5,572.5

Total cost (MP)

3,974.8

4,363.1

4,041.8

Total compensation (MP)

Continued

AGRICULTURE
Concluded

Agriculture, hunting and

2008

2009

2010

1,835.3

2,140.6

1,824.2

forestry establishments
With TE of less than 20 con't.
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

57.5

115.2

61.2

322.7

258.8

69.0

6.8

5.9

3.5

Includes gamefowl.

Includes newly developed areas in CY 2003.

Data on private irrigation systems are based on CY 1998 inventory.

Preliminary

As of first semester

Sources: NSO, Census of Agriculture and Annual Survey


of Philippine Business and Industry, BAS, NIA, and NSCB

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

9
2011

2012

2013a

26,173

27,198

27,338

9,050
4,857
1,491
979
344

9,410
5,145
1,619
1,052
385

9,477
5,182
1,641
1,072
384

141
27
2,702
17,127

154
28
2,647
17,788

157
28
2,654
17,861

Number of financial
institutions1
Banks
Universal and commercial banks
Thrift banks
Savings and mortgage banks
Private development banks
Stock savings and loan
associations
Microfinance banks
Rural banks
Nonbanks

2011

2012

2013b

system (BP)2

9,645.56r

10,449.94p

10,870.60

(end-of-period)
Banks
Universal and commercial banks
Thrift banks
Rural and cooperative banks
Nonbanks

7,643.37
6,833.02
623.58
186.77
2,002.19r

8,355.82
746.65
681.55
187.62
2,094.12

8,639.40
7,754.00
695.30
190.10
2,231.20

reserves of BSP (M US$)

75,302.42

83,831.36

82,942.32

(end-of-period)
Reserve positions
in the fund
Gold
Foreign investments
Foreign exchange
Special drawing rights

472.11
8,012.75
65,276.16
423.53
1,117.87

534.48
10,532.97
70,728.19
311.62
1,288.34

545.01
8,220.93
71,760.14
1,155.36
1,260.87

75,299.96
75,302.42
2.46

83,829.42
83,831.36
1.94

82,940.39
82,942.32
1.93

Resources of financial

2013c

Gross international

Net international reserves


of the BSP (M US$)
Total assets
Total liabilities

Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

10
2011

2012

2013d

43.3131
0.5436
60.2791

42.2288
0.5299
54.3079

41.2435
0.4327
54.1830

69.4551
43.8119
48.9662
34.3201
44.6817
5.5645
1.4746
0.0391
34.4567
14.1716
1.4219
0.0049
11.5500

66.9249
42.2570
45.0619
33.6685
43.7274
5.4441
1.4282
0.0375
33.8041
13.6818
1.3595
0.0045
11.2607

63.6777
40.6058
44.0587
33.0472
41.8234
5.3160
1.3906
0.0374
33.1802
13.4140
1.3834
0.0042
10.9979

68.3620

64.6712

62.4493

Average lending rates


of commercial banks3

6.63

5.68

5.81

Average peso savings


deposit rates3

1.62

1.34

0.99

Average peso time


deposit rates3
S-T<360 days
L-T>360 days

2.91
2.03

2.93
1.78

1.84
1.31

Gross value added in financial


Intermediation

2011

2012

2013e

684,088
309,114
223,632
112,946

763,669
340,010
252,654
127,780

450,666
200,148
154,485
72,843

38,395

43,225

23,190

Average exchange rate


of the peso per unit
foreign currency
United States (Dollar)
Japan (Yen)
European Union (Euro)
United Kingdom
(Pound sterling)
Canada (Dollar)
Switzerland (Franc)
Brunei (Dollar)
Australia (Dollar)
Hong Kong (Dollar)
Taiwan (NT dollar)
South Korea (Won)
Singapore (Dollar)
Malaysia (Ringgit)
Thailand (Baht)
Indonesia (Rupiah)
Saudi Arabia (Rial)
Special drawing rights

At current prices (MP)


Banks
Nonbanks
Insurance
Activities auxiliary to financial
intermediation

Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

11

Gross value added in financial


Intermediation con't.

2011

2012

2013e

At constant 2000 prices (MP)

394,371

426,788

246,769

Banks

178,218

190,121

109,775

Nonbanks

128,902

141,199

84,507

Insurance

65,120

71,315

39,807

22,130

24,153

12,680
182.6

Activities auxiliary to financial


intermediation
Implicit price index (2000=100)

173.5

179.0

Banks

173.4

178.9

182.3

Nonbanks

173.5

179.0

182.8

Insurance

173.4

179.1

183.0

173.5

178.9

182.9

2008

2009

2010

Activities auxiliary to financial


intermediation
Financial intermediation
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number

659

656

648

Total employment

157,265

159,603

162,520

Paid employees

156,981

159,342

162,165

Unpaid workers

284

261

355

68,261.5

81,368.4

80,648.0

Total revenue (MP)

706,620.0

717,954.2

864,283.2

Total cost (MP)

466,668.9

472,075.6

490,895.0

Value added (MP)

329,796.4

342,342.1

494,136.7

12,505.6

10,645.1

10,019.6

(108.7)

(238.1)

4.9

3,827.1

4,732.8

3,138.7

Total compensation (MP)

Gross additions to fixed


assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

12
Financial intermediation

2008

2009

2010

12,480
64,847
61,001
3,846
8,929.6
53,811.4
23,958.7
33,705.6

13,422
71,744
69,690
2,054
11,378.3
93,293.3
31,544.9
67,158.6

13,565
67,540
64,277
3,263
11,443.1
105,941.6
38,339.3
79,311.9

1,373.5
144.2
2.0

807.1
34.9
10.0

2,227.8
39.5
77.9

2009

2010

2011

1.50
572.40
472.44
507.81

1.37
566.61
265.78
529.38

1.40
635.11
338.00
596.29

establishments
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
Government Service
Insurance System
Members (M)
Assets (BP)
Investments (BP)
Reserves (BP)
Social Security System
Members (M)
Assets (BP)
Investments (BP)
Reserves (BP)
Philippine Deposit Insurance

2011

2012

2013d

29.03
322.38
290.81
314.67

29.41
362.81
326.28
351.42

30.04
383.64
368.79

2010

2011

2012

156,729.1

160,904.5

167,307.5

96.0

106.3

126.6

64,588.7

75,673.6

84,236.7

Corporation
Assets (MP)
Investments (BP)
Total deposit insurance
fund (MP)

Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

13
Concluded

Notes:
Details may not add up to totals due to rounding.
1
2

Supervised and/or regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas


Excludes the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Amount includes
allowance for probable losses.

Weighted averages in percent per annum

As of March

As of May

As of July

As of June

As of first semester

Sources: NSO, BSP, NSCB, GSIS, SSS, and PDIC

14
Telephone distribution
Installed lines (by operator)
PLDT
Innove
Digitel
Bayantel
Others
Telephone density
(per 100 population)
Subscribers (by operator)
PLDT
Innove
Digitel
Bayantel
Others
Telephone density
(per 100 population)
Population (Th)

COMMUNICATIONS
2010

2011

2012

6,783,372
3,324,791
1,460,607
591,494
443,910
962,570

6,753,696
3,324,791
1,425,234
590,265
443,910
969,496

6,765,459
3,324,791
1,580,000
590,265
443,910
826,493

7.21

7.04

6.93

3,335,398
1,772,641
534,383
260,944
379,724
387,706

3,555,951
1,803,067
420,933
196,296
379,724
755,931

3,493,164
1,792,519
491,000
196,296
379,724
633,625

3.54

3.70

3.58

94,013,200 95,983,620

97,549,040

Cellular mobile telephone service (CMTS)


Subscribers (by operator)
83,150,138
Smart
44,682,399
Globe Telecom
26,500,000
Digitel
11,000,000
Others
967,739
Population
94,013,200
CMTS density
(per 100 population)
88.44

94,189,795 101,978,345
47,590,797 54,189,986
30,040,000 30,040,000
15,119,241 16,308,602
1,439,757
1,439,757
95,983,620 97,549,040
95.20

104.50

Internet service providers (ISPs)


NTC-registered ISPs
304
Estimated subscribers
4,320,000

320
5,184,000

360
6,220,800

2005
57,623
20,141
14,567
11,529
11,386

2006
57,623
20,141
14,567
11,529
11,386

2007
69,951
32,167
17,020
11,529
9,235

Trunk radio distribution


(by operator)
Next Mobile
Contel
Worldwide
Others

Continued

COMMUNICATIONS

Broadcast media
AM
FM
TV
Cable television
DTU
Licensed radio stations

15
2010

2011

2012

393
781
352
988
5

398
837
372
1,084
5

400
844
388
1,137
5

195,233

222,061

214,211

Cinema houses
Number
Seating capacity

2005

2006

2007

602
405,875

n.a.
n.a.

554
309,740

Print media
Newspapers
Magazines
Comics/songhits

645
49
18

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

500
56
-

Regular post offices

Mail volume handled (M)


Posted and delivered mails
Received from foreign countries
Gross value added

2008

2009

2010

1,508

1,989

1,946

2010

2011

2012

368
348
20

282
282

240
240

2011

2012

2013a

289,467
280,929

312,903
303,344

165,591
160,107

103.0

103.2

103.4

2008

2009

2010b

162
44,835
44,739
96

149
43,602
43,545
57

599
102,202
102,081
121

in communications
At current prices (MP)
At constant 2000 prices (MP)
Implicit price index (2000=100)
Communications
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers

Continued

16

COMMUNICATIONS
Concluded
2009

2010b

25,921.0
299,657.7
181,186.5
205,496.0

29,456.5
290,081.1
151,314.8
206,326.0

53,038.8
429,459.5
228,229.9
222,768.6

36,104.7
768.6
-

40,897.2
(126.6)
-

66,573.5
798.0
4.0

241
2,135
2,063
72
259.3
1,118.9
787.6
565.4

253
2,349
2,267
82
296.5
1,534.9
1,219.4
483.0

1,137
8,556
8,118
438
1,843.6
13,014.7
8,337.3
5,531.2

71.1
2.7
0.1

48.5
3.7
-

737.9
(27.1)
0.9

2008
Communications establishments con't.
With TE of 20 and over
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

As of first semester

2010 ASPBI Information and Communication Establishments

Sources: NSO, Annual Survey of Philippine Business


and Industry, NSCB, NTC, PIA, and PhilPost

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
Private building construction
Residential
Number
Floor area (Th. sq. m.)
Value (MP)
Average cost per floor area (P)
Nonresidential
Number
Floor area (Th. sq. m.)
Value (MP)
Average cost per floor area (P)
Additions
Number
Floor area (Th. sq. m.)
Value (MP)
Average cost per floor area (P)
Alterations and repairs
Number
Value (MP)
Gross value added in construction
At current prices (MP)
At constant 2000 prices (MP)
Implicit price index (2000=100)
Construction establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Gross value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

17
2011

2012

2013a

81,537
87,347
11,674.4 13,687.0
100,221.0 125,864.5
8,585
9,196

38,862
6,284.9
61,171.2
9,733

14,881
15,952
8,875.1 11,295.5
89,952.7 112,083.5
10,135
9,923

6,538
3,822.0
53,766.3
14,068

5,677
773.1
8,048.5
10,411

5,768
1,012.5
7,761.5
7,665

2,627
340.8
2,808.5
8,241

10,786
14,753.4

11,984
16,118.8

5,807
7,300.9

2011

2012

2013b

535,377
302,014

618,078
339,920

369,461
190,071

177.3

182.2

194.4

2008

2009

2010

680
787
126,119 138,042
125,814 137,661
305
381
22,100.8 20,539.2
176,149.1 172,801.5
115,782.3 126,566.9
71,172.5 48,913.1

734
129,948
129,713
235
20,215.8
160,903.3
127,803.6
39,184.4

4,339.9
8,819.9
0.1

3,816.5
(404.1)
8.2

3,016.9
2,567.0
Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING

18
Construction establishments
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
Households in occupied

2008

2009

2010

375
3,832
3,654
178
450.5
9,255.2
7,716.1
1,911.3

669
8,496
8,389
107
1,120.6
16,150.1
14,425.8
3,150.3

730
8,756
8,571
185
1,011.5
14,895.2
13,074.9
2,861.8

355.3
65.4
-

147.9
671.7
-

(5.6)
848.6
-

1990

2000

2010

11,018
9,991
332
644

14,891
13,065
528
1,030

19,715.7
17,058.3
897
1,673

37
3
9
3

41
5
10
212

57
4
5
21

housing units (Th)


By type of building
Occupied dwelling units (Th)
Single houses
Duplex
Multi-unit residential
Commercial, industrial,
and agricultural
Institutional living quarter
Other housing units
Not reported
By tenure status (Th)
Owned or being amortized
Rented
Being occupied for free,
with consent of owner
Being occupied for free,
without consent of owner
Not reported
Not applicable

2000

2007

2010

15,278.8
10,866.0
1,542.6

18,539.8
12,156.6
2,176.8

20,171.9
12,442.4
2,448.8

2,048.0

3,601.5

4,475.0

190.7
631.5
-

337.8
78.0
-

477.8
311.7
16.3
Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
Households in occupied
housing units (Th)

19
1990

2000

2010

11,407.2
6,280.4
4,864.4
191.6
14.2
56.6

15,278.8
10,421.2
4,153.9
188.1
21.4
494.2

20,171.9
16,828.6
3,022.2
132.1
12.4
100.2
59.4
17.0

for drinking and/or cooking


Community water system
Own use faucet
Shared faucet
Tubed or piped deep well
Own use
Shared
Tubed or piped shallow well
Dug well
Protected spring
Unprotected spring
Spring, lake, river, rain
Peddler
Bottled water
Others/specify
Not reported

11,407.2

15,278.8

20,171.9

2,572.3
2,169.7

4,177.7
2,950.9

6,453.7
2,856.7

967.4
1,696.1
920.1
1,566.2

1,389.8
2,406.2
1,098.6
1,209.3

1,313.9
201.2

1,350.7
348.6
55.2
291.7

1,399.5
2,326.2
930.8
1,129.4
805.2
340.3
216.4
265.1
3,338.6
110.0
34.0

By kind of toilet facility


Water-sealed, sewer/septic tank
Used exclusively by household
Shared with other households
Water-sealed, other depository
Used exclusively by household
Shared with other households
Closed pit
Open pit
Others (pail system and others)
None
Not reported

11,407.2

15,278.8

20,171.9

3,916.6
942.4

6,416.9
1,286.1

12,331.8
1,731.6

1,235.0
533.5
1,082.8
1,639.1
227.7
1,830.1

2,523.6
941.4
1,356.0
1,152.8
272.8
1,329.1

1,730.6
718.2
1,401.4
836.8
260.0
1,134.2
27.2

By type of fuel used for lighting


Electricity
Kerosene
Liquefied petroleum gas
Oil
Others
None
Not reported
By main source of water supply

Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING

20
Occupied housing units (Th)

1990

2000

2010

7,577.8
3,734.2

11,490.7
8,057.0
3,163.4

12,946.9
14,623.3

By presence of household
conveniences
Radio or cassette
Television
Video cassette/recorder
CD/DVD/VCD player
Component/stereo set
Telephone or cellphone
Landline/wireless telephone
Cellular phone
Personal computer
Refrigerator or freezer
Cooking range
Washing machine
Motorized vehicle
Car/jeep/van
Motorcycle/tricycle
Motorized boat/banca

10,893.5
4,656.8
406.0

2,164.5

2,366.1

5,020.0

900.3

3,120.7
1,866.2

1,732.2
14,667.3
2,714.3
7,756.5
5,304.3
6,055.2
1,722.2
3,957.3
616.9

By usual manner of garbage


disposal
Picked up by garbage truck
Dumping in individual pit
Burning
Composting
Burying
Feeding to animals
Others
Not reported
By construction materials
of outer walls and roof
Galvanized iron/aluminum
Tile/concrete/clay tile
Half-galvanized iron/
half-concrete
Wood
Nipa/cogon/anahaw
Makeshift salvaged/
improvised materials
Asbestos/others
Not reported

11,407.2
1,799.7
1,533.1
6,228.3
384.1
409.5
789.3
263.2

15,278.8
4,959.0
1,580.9
7,037.6
601.2
468.4
520.6
111.2

20,171.9
8,672.2
2,189.7
6,079.4
1,091.0
549.1
1,432.6
113.6
44.3

2000

2007

2010

14,891.1
10,066.7
138.1

18,162.5
13,626.6
191.7

19,715.7
15,389.3
252.2

689.2
306.1
3,315.4

885.6
278.2
2,955.2

693.2
287.9
2,952.5

107.8
57.3
210.5

62.3
49.4
113.5

86.2
49.0
5.4
Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING

21

Pag-ibig Expanded Housing

2010

2011

2012

Loan Program
Housing loans granted (MP)
Number of units

40,803.9
62,041

31,532.4
46,296

31,821.5
46,898

109,557
73,583.0

130,153
73,649.7

127,091
78,628.6

24,723
3,695.8

47,248
7,479.5

56,221
18,397.8

7,109
396.9

15,875
982.1

9,287
548.8

62,041
46,296
40,803.9 31,532.4

46,898
31,821.5

15,684
20,734
28,686.4 33,655.7

14,685
27,860.5

Government housing projects


Total
Number of households
Amount (M)
National Housing Authority
Number of households
Amount (M)
National Home Mortgage
Finance Corporation
Number of households
Amount (M)
Home Development Mutual Fund
Number of households
Amount (M)
Home Guaranty Corporation
Number of households
Amount (M)
Gross value added in real estate,

2012

2013b

1,115,645 1,236,489
217,870 265,361

662,222
151,395

2011

renting and business activities


At current prices (MP)
Real estate
Renting and other
business activities
Ownership of dwellings
At constant 2000 prices (MP)
Real estate
Renting and other
business activities
Ownership of dwellings
Implicit price index (2000=100)
Real estate
Renting and other
business activities
Ownership of dwellings

509,734
388,041

560,966
410,163

296,979
213,848

643,459
124,248

686,430
146,783

362,535
81,946

257,467
261,744

272,340
267,307

143,328
137,262

173.4
175.4

180.1
180.8

182.7
184.8

198.0
148.3

205.9
153.4

207.2
155.8
Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING

22

Concluded
Real estate, renting, and ownership of dwelling establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

2008

2009

2010

2,078
562,989
562,176
813
131,504.7
375,483.0
198,464.4
219,990.5

2,596
616,377
613,568
2,809
147,179.1
528,174.6
272,597.0
272,895.9

380
24,775
24,748
27
8,215.7
275,254.6
215,047.1
95,745.7

17,380.8
8,757.0
470.7

22,525.2
1,068.6
539.7

9,580.0
24,887.3
-

10,205
12,522
66,123
82,451
62,033
77,951
4,090
4,500
11,041.6 13,166.3
63,973.8 108,135.1
40,769.9 58,153.0
25,877.9 48,665.9

2,493
16,075
15,197
878
3,240.6
51,025.4
31,142.7
18,548.5

1,243.1
(5,826.0)
11.4

1,313.1
(5,759.0)
-

With TE of less than 20


Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

a
b

2,347.5
(2,445.4)
511.6

As of second quarter
As of first semester

Sources: NSO, NSCB, Pag-ibig, NHA, NHMFC, HDMF, HGC,


and HUDCC

CRIME
AND DELINQUENCY
Reported crimes
Total
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)
Index crimes
Crimes against persons
Murder
Homicide
Physical injury
Rape
Crimes against property
Robbery
Theft
Carnapping
Cattle rustling
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)
Nonindex crimes
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)
Crime rate (per 100,000 population)
Philippines
Index
Nonindex
Causes of traffic accidents
Total
Mechanical defect
Over speeding
Bad overtaking
Road defect/under repair
Self accidents
Hit and run
Bad turning
Overloading
Drunk driving
Using cellular phone
while driving
Others
Causes of fire incidents
Total
Electrical connections
Open flame due to torch or sulo
Open flame due to unattended
cooking or stove

23
2010
324,083
59,542
18.64
204,979
86,036
8,897
3,726
68,538
4,875
118,943
36,121
72,947

30,718
15.0
119,104
30,543
26.64

2011
241,988
69,851
28.87
154,012
59,442
8,489
3,375
42,841
4,737
94,570
30,806
55,767
7,126
871
33,770
21.7
87,976
37,903
58.05

2012
217,812
79,878
36.67
129,161
51,069
8,484
3,022
34,825
4,738
78,092
26,988
43,606
6,919
579
50,142
26.1
88,651
60,574
68.33

350
218
208
2010

251
160
91
2011

227
135
93
2012

2,340
3,149
3,666
1,829
445
1,166
2,839
1,241
792

1,666
2,227
2,757
1,407
764
899
2,092
914
662

971
1,856
1,539
780
562
745
1,634
402
376

608
735

509
858

173
703

10,773
2,723
618

11,733
3,452
464

8,798
3,328

753

306

)
) 1,301
)
Continued

24

CRIME
AND DELINQUENCY
Concluded

Causes of fire incidents - con't.


Open flame due to unattended
lighted candle or gasera
Electrical appliances
Lighted cigarette butt
Spontaneous combustion
Lighted matchstick or lighter
Liquefied petroleum gas explosion
due to direct flame contact
or static electricity
Electrical machinery
Incendiary device/mechanism
or ignited flammable liquids
Pyrotechnics
Chemicals
Bomb explosion
Lightning
Others
Under investigation
Other statistics
Number of policemen
Policeman to population ratio
Number of firemen
Fireman to population ratio
Reported cases of violence
against women
Reported crimes against children
Reported cases of drug/substance
abuse in rehabilitation centers
Jail population
Kidnap for ransom incidents
Bank robbery incidence
Incidence of alledged human
rights violations
Carnapping incidents
Hijacking
Highway robbery

2010

2011

2012

425
369
949
182
276

286
201
606
198
134

80
82

89
37

64
50
82
8
9
2,464
1,639

43
28
52
2
13
4,837
985

134,328
1:689
16,777
1:5,604

143,104
1:658
16,627
1:567

147,190
1:651
16,252
1:589

15,789
13,313

13,974
14,221

17,526
15,028

2,745
35,937
68

3,040
36,295
24
1

2,744
37,251
11
14

725
8,656
53
14

516
8,715
34
3

1,341
6,919
46
626

)
581
175

98

76

3,239

Note: In 2009 PNP has implemented a new crime reporting system,


hence crime statistics in 2009 cannot be compared with those crime
data obtained during the previous years as the parameters are no
longer the same.
a
As of first semester
Sources: PNP, DND, CHR, BFP, and Bureau of Corrections

DEMOGRAPHY

Total population
Male
Female
Household population
Male
Female
Institutional population
Male
Female

25
2000

2007

2010

(May 1)

(Aug. 1)

(May 1)

76,504,077a 88,546,087b
38,524,266 44,757,788
37,979,811 43,788,299
76,332,470 88,304,615
38,416,929 44,583,853
37,915,541 43,720,762
241,472
171,607
173,935
107,337
67,537
64,270

92,335,113c
46,634,587
45,700,526
92,097,978
46,459,318
45,638,660
237,135
175,269
61,866

Population density (persons/km2)


(Land area: 300,000 km2)
Annual average population
growth rate (%)

Average household size


Population distribution (%)
Urban
Rural
Sex ratio (males/100 females)
Age distribution (%)
0 - 4 years
0 - 14 years
15 - 64 years
18 years and over
60 years and over
65 years and over
Voting population (18 years
and over)
Dependency ratio (%)
Total
Youth
Old

255

295

308

1995-2000

2000-2007

2000-2010

2.36

2.04

1.90

2000

2007

2010

5.0

4.8

4.6

48.0
52.0

42.4
57.6

45.3
54.7

101.4

102.0

102.0

12.6
37.0
59.2
56.6
6.0
3.8

11.9
35.5
60.4
57.9
6.2
4.1

11.1
33.3
62.4
60.3
6.8
4.3

56.6

57.9

60.3

69.0
62.6
6.5

65.6
58.7
6.9

60.3
53.4
6.9
Continued

26
Projected population (Th)1
Total
Male
Female
Projected population (Th)1
0 - 4 years old
0 -14 years old
15-59 years old
60 years old and over
Female 15-49 years old
Age-specific
and total fertility
rate (TFR)
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-29 years
30-34 years
35-39 years
40-44 years
45-49 years
Other demographic
indicators1
Projected average annual
population growth rate

DEMOGRAPHY
2015

2020

2025

102,965.3
51,733.4
51,231.9

111,784.6
56,123.6
55,661.0

120,224.5
60,311.7
59,912.8

2020

2025

2030

11,546.1
33,834.5
68,208.2
9,741.9
29,100.7

11,512.7
34,383.2
73,919.3
11,922.0
31,335.4

11,374.3
34,386.7
79,395.4
14,327.9
33,255.6

2006d

2008e

2011f

3.2
38
149
171
137
93
37
6

3.3
54
163
172
136
84
38
6

3.1
54
159
161
131
80
35
5

2010-2015 2015-2020

2015-2025

1.82

1.64

1.46

2.96

2.76

2.57

Crude birth rate2

24.03

22.20

20.33

Crude death rate2

5.85

5.77

5.78

18.18

16.43

14.55

2000

2007

2010

57,139,794 67,113,706
25,079,211 29,724,942
26,088,223 30,429,249
2,353,171 2,906,524
558,023
784,808
2,438,867 2,989,584
622,299
278,599

71,548,955
31,153,094
32,466,849
3,061,332
893,167
3,883,617
90,896

Projected total fertility rate

Crude rate of natural increase2


Household population
By marital status
(10 years old and over)
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced/separated
Others/Common Law/Live-in
Unknown

Continued

DEMOGRAPHY

By religious affiliation
Roman Catholic, including
Catholic Charismatic
Islam
Evangelicals (Philippine
Council of Evangelical
Churches)
Iglesia ni Cristo
Non-Roman Catholic and Protestant (National Council
of Churches in the Philippines)
Aglipay
Seventh Day Adventist
Bible Baptist Church
United Church of Christ
in the Philippines
Jehova's Witness
None
Others/Not reported
By ethnicity/mother tongue
Tagalog
Cebuano
Ilocano
Bisaya/Binisaya
Hiligaynon/Ilongo
Bikol/Bicol
Waray
Other local languages/dialects
Other foreign languages/dialects
Not reported/not stated
Stock estimate of overseas
Filipinos3
Africa
Asia
Europe
Americas and trust territories
Oceania
Sea-based workers

27
2000
76,332,470

2007

2010
92,097,978

61,862,898
3,862,409

74,211,896
5,127,084

2,152,786
1,762,845

2,469,957
2,251,941

1,508,662
609,570

1,071,686
916,639
681,216
480,409

416,681
380,059
3,776,560

449,028
410,957
73,248
3,953,917

76,332,470
21,485,927
10,030,667
6,920,760
5,778,435
5,773,135
4,583,034
2,567,558
18,526,533
19,964
646,457

92,097,978
22,512,089
9,125,637
8,074,536
10,539,816
7,773,655
6,299,283
3,660,645
24,027,005
78,862
6,450

2009
8,579,378
64,736
3,490,392
722,427
3,582,879
388,520
330,424

2010
9,452,984
74,483
4,083,306
663,889
3,883,356
400,800
347,150

2011
10,455,788
63,508
4,437,296
808,779
4,326,059
451,042
369,102
Continued

28

DEMOGRAPHY
2010

2011

2012

86,075

83,410

83,640

By country of destination
United States of America
Canada
Japan
Australia
New Zealand
Italy
Spain
United Kingdom
South Korea
Germany
Other countries

42,007
27,302
3,766
3,062
1,114
3,319
693
817
1,565
510
1,920

38,463
26,203
3,965
3,957
1,185
3,632
871
749
1,618
590
2,177

39,124
24,354
4,759
4,259
1,170
3,818
808
881
1,632
553
2,282

By sex
Male
Female

86,075
36,287
49,788

83,410
34,563
48,847

83,640
34,076
49,564

By age group
14 years old and below
15-24 years old
25-34 years old
35-44 years old
45-54 years old
55-64 years old
65 years old and over
Not reported/no response

86,075
20,864
17,071
17,397
13,436
7,770
5,808
3,625
104

83,410
19,891
16,711
17,581
13,009
7,151
5,496
3,556
15

83,640
18,887
17,391
17,714
12,369
6,710
6,136
4,433
-

By educational attainment
prior to migration
Not of schooling age
No formal education
Elementary level
Elementary graduate
High school level
High school graduate
Vocational level
Vocational graduate
College level

86,075
7,061
83
10,969
2,194
9,428
8,299
4,534
4,534
14,365

83,410
6,658
64
2,152
10,359
9,260
8,401
4,531
4,531
13,809

83,640
6,174
61
2,424
10,089
9,303
8,707
4,308
4,308
14,169

Registered Filipino emigrants

Continued

DEMOGRAPHY

29

By educational attainment
prior to migration con't.
College graduate
Post graduate level
Post graduate
Non-formal education
Not reported/no response

2010

2011

2012

24,834
1,188
1,586
17
96

24,193
1,010
1,484
13
113

24,183
1,063
1,644
4
97

By civil status
Single
Married
Widower
Separated
Divorced
Not reported

86,075
47,143
35,564
2,359
380
609
20

83,410
44,825
35,214
2,439
338
579
15

83,640
43,908
35,776
2,866
401
675
14

By major occupational group


Employed
Professional, technical,
and related workers
Managerial, executive,
and administrative workers
Clerical workers
Sales workers
Service workers
Agriculture, animal husbandry,
and forestry workers;
fishermen
Production process, transport
equipment operators,
and laborers
Members of the Armed Forces

86,075

83,410

83,640

7,932

8,181

7,841

2,603
2,596
2,950
1,688

2,176
2,207
2,880
1,899

1,954
1,947
2,786
2,161

1,217

1,311

958

2,801
247

2,889
369

2,562
175

14,036
3,315
23,145
7,162
457
15,602

13,918
3,020
21,796
6,770
573
15,589

13,647
3,854
21,507
6,172
381
17,695

Unemployed
Housewives
Retirees
Students
Minors (below 7 years old)
Out of school youth
No occupation reported

Continued

30

DEMOGRAPHY
Concluded
2010

2011

2012

19,776

20,234

21,409

9,411
2,698
1,489
1,089
1,694
702
521
209
306
247
1,410

9,442
2,322
1,659
1,061
1,903
736
542
313
279
292
1,685

10,194
2,105
1,853
990
1,754
818
616
307
339
301
2,132

Number of Filipino spouses


and other partners of foreign
nationals
By major country
United States of America
Japan
Australia
Canada
South Korea
United Kingdom
Germany
Norway
Sweden
Taiwan
Other countries
Notes:
Details may not add up to totals due to rounding.
1

Projection based on the 2000 Census of Population and Housing


(medium assumption)

Per thousand midyear population

Includes permanent, temporary, and irregular Filipino immigrants

Excludes 2,876 homeless population and 2,336 Filipinos in

Excludes 2,851Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates,

Philippine Embassies, Consulates and Missions abroad.


and Missions abroad but includes 18,989 persons in the areas disputed
by the City of Pasig (National Capital Region) and the province
of Rizal (Region IV-A).
c

Excludes 2,739 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates,

Family Planning Survey

and Missions abroad.


e

National Demographic Health Survey

Family Health Survey

Sources: NSO, CFO, and POEA

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES
Commodity flow
By mode of transport
Water
Quantity (Th Tons)
Value (MP)
Air
Quantity (Th Tons)
Value (MP)
Rail
Quantity (Th Tons)
Value (MP)
Gross value added in trade
At current prices (MP)
Maintenance and repair of
motor vehicles, motorcycles,
personal and household goods
Wholesale
Retail
At constant 2000 prices (MP)
Maintenance and repair of
motor vehicles, motorcycles,
personal and household goods
Wholesale
Retail
Implicit price index (2000=100)
Maintenance and repair of
motor vehicles, motorcycles,
personal and household goods
Wholesale
Retail
Wholesale and retail trade;
repair of motor vehicles,
motorcycles, and personal
households goods
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers

31
2011

2012

2013a

18,962.3
498,444.4

20,317.5
541,531.4

10,779.0
276,407.6

34.9
2,913.5

35.1
2,449.0

18.4
833.5

2011

2012

2013b

1,695,908

1,868,422

913,652

50,979
339,168
1,305,761
980,514

55,811
364,805
1,447,807
1,054,392

28,103
173,605
711,943
509,715

30,376
167,548
782,591

32,579
178,062
843,751

16,421
83,672
409,622

173.0

177.0

179.2

167.8
202.4
166.9

171.2
205.2
171.2

171.1
207.5
173.8

2008

2009

2010

4,179
261,382
259,943
1,439

4,887
298,353
296,959
1,394

4,777
306,061
304,840
1,221
Continued

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES

32

2008

2009

2010

Wholesale and retail trade;


Establishments con't.
With TE of 20 and over
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

43,908.8
53,353.8
53,837.2
1,291,686.8 1,404,563.3 1,629,550.1
1,255,048.2 1,326,424.1 1,510,303.3
96,855.5
125,310.0
196,882.8
8,068.9
34,638.6
2,003.6

9,075.8
16,353.6
22,375.9

13,534.8
49,721.1
28,800.0

50,184
336,801
314,847
21,954
28,436.9
647,395.7
586,952.7
83,405.2

54,511
392,785
365,481
27,304
36,294.1
764,427.5
699,686.7
92,401.1

53,131
354,531
335,321
19,210
36,702.0
818,358.7
739,132.2
107,089.1

4,017.3
10,665.9
-

7,832.0
13,622.8
-

5,611.4
15,963.4
-

2011

2012

2013b

918,345
393,199
137,928
161,345

1,020,455
411,590
158,562
178,800

545,832
223,364
83,909
93,566

4,110

4,705

2,466

170,937
50,826

204,400
62,399

108,352
34,175

Gross value added in other services


At current prices (MP)
Education
Health and social work
Hotels and restaurants
Sewage and refuse disposal
sanitation and similar
activities
Recreational, cultural
and sporting activities
Other service activities

Continued

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES

33
2011

2012

2013b

At constant 2000 prices (MP)


Education
Health and social work
Hotels and restaurants
Sewage and refuse disposal
sanitation and similar
activities
Recreational, cultural
and sporting activities
Other service activities

622,418
279,771
80,376
107,216

664,572
227,313
91,088
114,909

356,557
154,245
50,040
56,810

2,568

2,826

1,440

122,201
30,287

142,522
35,914

74,898
19,124

Implicit price index (2000=100)


Education
Health and social work
Hotels and restaurants
Sewage and refuse disposal
sanitation and similar
activities
Recreational, cultural
and sporting activities
Other service activities

147.5
140.5
171.6
150.5

153.6
149.1
174.9
155.4

153.1
144.8
167.7
164.7

160.1

166.4

171.3

139.9
167.8

143.4
173.8

144.7
178.7

2008

2009

2010

560
47,223
46,039
1,184
13,835.7
89,429.4
49,255.1
51,505.3

559
48,937
48,044
893
17,396.6
112,363.8
54,072.3
68,051.3

280
11,620
11,494
126
1,788.4
6,975.7
4,611.0
2,918.5

9,385.3
417.4
543.5

5,784.2
82.7
121.4

193.7
18.2
-

Gross value added in other services

Other community, social,


and personal services
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Continued

34

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES
Concluded
2008

2009

2010

4,937
33,086
29,069
4,017
2,387.8
10,214.7
7,271.5
4,051.2

5,541
38,501
35,227
3,274
2,901.8
12,812.8
9,053.1
4,998.6

4,272
29,724
28,085
1,639
2,546.5
9,945.7
6,711.4
3,911.0

385.6
90.2
0.6

238.0
70.9
-

244.8
3.4
-

Other community, social,


and personal services
establishments con't.
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

a
b

As of second quarter
As of first quarter

Sources: NSO and NSCB

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY
Household population1

35
2000

2007

2010

By highest educational attainment


(5 years old and over)
No grade completed

66,666,156 77,731,234 81,866,777


5,505,214 5,101,355
3,309,530

Elementary undergraduate
and below

17,572,487 20,396,123 22,507,670

Elementary graduate

10,352,283 10,248,956

High school undergraduate

10,327,642 10,725,500 11,774,863

High school graduate


Post-secondary undergraduate

9,539,024

8,575,483 14,505,930 15,676,471


874,013

288,114

324,604

Post-secondary graduate

1,687,970

2,061,251

2,172,583

College undergraduate

6,685,949

6,185,802

7,708,625

College graduate

2,876,616

6,697,282

8,291,282

267,713

122,777

241,242

1,940,786

1,398,144

320,883

SY '10-'11

SY '11-'12

SY '12-'13

Pre-school

30,108

8,869

9,406

Public

21,862

a/

9,406

Private

8,246

8,869

Elementary

Post-baccalaureate
Not reported
Schools

45,964

46,137

46,404

Public

38,351

38,503

38,659

Private

7,613

7,634

7,745

Secondary

12,950

12,670

12,878

Public

7,268

7,470

7,748

Private

5,682

5,200

5,130

Tertiary

2,247

2,282

Public

643

646

1,604

1,636

SY '09-'10

SY '10-'11

SY '11-'12

Private

Municipalities without
public high schools

Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY

36
Preschool, elementary,
and secondary
enrolment (Th)
Preschool
Public2
Private
Elementary
Public3
Private
Secondary
Public3
Private

1,650,232 2,111,293
2,202,486
1,224,173 1,683,229
1,773,505
426,059
428,064
428,981
14,166,066 14,436,345 14,509,690
13,019,145 13,241,213 13,273,325
1,146,921 1,195,132
1,236,365
6,954,946 7,049,877
7,110,944
5,580,236 5,635,664
5,702,597
1,374,710 1,414,213
1,408,347

Tertiary enrolment

AY '10-11b AY '11-12b

By discipline group
Agricultural, forestry, fisheries,
and veterinary medicine
Architectural and town planning

Business administration
and related courses
Education and teacher
training
Engineering and technology
Fine and applied arts
General
Home economics
Humanities
Information Technology
Law and jurisprudence
Maritime
Mass communication
and documentation
Mathematics and computer
science
Medical and allied sciences
Natural sciences
Religion and theology

SY '10-'11

SY '11-'12

SY '12-'13

AY '12-13b

2,635,007

2,660,963

2,689,808

72,051
21,603

70,507
21,417

68,067
21,039

634,073

639,016

643,959

383,290
327,568
15,558
32,816
3,948
28,779
317,728
19,066
78,307

374,717
325,443
16,229
29,275
3,588
29,032
327,538
18,962
76,079

368,234
332,404
16,899
27,840
3,228
29,286
337,348
18,894
74,216

30,629

31,038

31,446

12,557
395,597
25,550
7,218

12,440
420,979
25,184
7,101

12,464
446,677
24,657
6,984
Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY
Tertiary enrolment- con't.
By discipline group
Service trades
Social and behavioral sciences
Trade, craft, and industrial
courses
Other disciplines
Tertiary education graduates
By discipline group
Agricultural, forestry, fisheries,
and veterinary medicine
Architectural and town planning
Business administration
and related courses
Education and teacher
training
Engineering and technology
Fine and applied arts
General
Home economics
Humanities
Information Technology
Law and jurisprudence
Maritime
Mass communication
and documentation
Mathematics and computer
science
Medical and allied sciences
Natural sciences
Religion and theology
Service trades
Social and behavioral sciences
Trade, craft, and industrial
courses
Other disciplines

37
AY '10-11b AY '11-12b

AY '12-13b

30,540
72,872

32,507
73,171

34,474
73,470

7,517
117,740

7,850
118,890

8,182
120,040

AY '09-10

AY '10-11

AY '11-12b

425,171

431,592

437,197

12,647
2,692

12,588
2,708

12,505
2,666

102,399

101,937

101,098

69,895
47,844
2,209
3,226
1,043
4,705
43,328
3,326
11,960

69,734
48,451
2,308
3,002
1,053
4,757
44,609
3,420
11,655

68,865
48,729
2,406
2,967
1,050
4,744
45,815
3,514
11,463

4,906

4,880

4,789

2,019
70,755
4,270
1,389
2,762
13,112

2,037
75,584
4,215
1,406
2,817
13,080

2,132
8,140
4,133
1,424
2,872
12,968

1,887
18,797

1,943
19,408

1,998
20,019
Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY

38
Technical-Vocational
Education and Training
Enrolment (Th)
Graduates (Th)

SY '09-10

SY '10-'11

SY '11-'12

1,568
1,344

1,572
1,333

1,805
1,601

Nonformal education
Completers

2002
136,587

2003

2004
39,295

Functional education
Enrolees
Completers

2001
175,551
154,996

2002
149,766
136,587

2004
52,880
39,295

SY '10-'11
413,872
361,564
52,308
201,435
146,269
55,166

SY '11-'12
363,955
363,955

SY '12-'13
377,831
377,831

150,619
150,619

169,743
169,743

Teacher-pupil ratio6

1:36

1:37

1:36

Teacher-student ratio7

1:38

1:37

1:35

114.68

115.20

113.65

95.92
74.23
72.11

97.32
73.46
70.96

95.24
75.27
73.67

6.29
96.87

6.38
96.58

86.42

85.99

85.30

64.74
79.43
75.06

64.83
78.83
74.23

64.61
78.21
74.81

7.79
100.41

7.82
99.68

Teachers
Elementary
Public4
Private
Secondary
Public5
Private

Performance indicators
Elementary (%)
Gross enrolment rate8
Participation (or net
enrolment) rate9
Cohort survival rate
Completion rate
Dropout (or school
leavers) rate
Transition rate9
Secondary (%)
Gross enrolment rate8
Participation (or net
enrolment) rate9
Cohort survival rate
Completion rate
Dropout (or school
leavers) rate
Transition rate9

Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY
Achievement rate (MPS)10
(Mean percentage score)
Elementary
Mathematics
Science
English
Hekasi
Filipino

39
2009-2010 2010-2011

2011-2012

68.01
63.26
63.14
67.81
70.88
74.98

68.15
68.43
60.37
65.12
70.40
76.45

66.79
66.47
66.11
66.27
65.97
69.15

45.56
39.64
43.80
46.95
58.08
39.32

47.93
42.00
39.35
46.45
58.93
52.03

48.90
46.37
40.53
51.80
51.27
54.22

Simple literacy rate (%)11


(10 years old and over)
Male
Female

2000
92.3
92.1
92.5

2003
93.4
92.6
94.3

2008
95.6
95.1
96.1

Functional literacy rate (%)12


(10-64 years old)
Male
Female

1994
83.8
81.7
85.9

2003
84.1
81.9
86.3

2008
86.4
84.2
88.7

2008

2009

2010

2,872
218,230
215,067
3,163
44,867.8
99,864.1
38,665.2
70,895.6

3,010
231,998
228,867
3,131
50,085.4
109,467.1
42,330.6
77,282.7

3,000
236,245
232,300
3,945
52,527.4
116,069.8
44,968.3
81,728.9

Secondary
Mathematics
Science
English
Filipino
Araling Panlipunan

Private education
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)

Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY

40
Private education
Establishments con't.

2008

2009

2010

9,928.4

11,620.0

11,886.4

36.5

35.8

65.5

686.8

613.6

1,038.5

With TE of 20 and over


Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number

6,169

6,898

6,949

Total employment

70,097

80,319

79,431

Paid employees

64,782

76,235

74,349

Unpaid workers

5,315

4,084

5,082

5,739.5

7,145.5

7,472.1
19,618.3

Total compensation (MP)


Total revenue (MP)

13,211.4

17,234.7

Total cost (MP)

5,361.9

8,004.4

8,934.3

Value added (MP)

8,961.7

10,452.4

12,210.1

1,120.4

862.2

1,468.4

23.0

(93.3)

(101.3)

330.0

401.0

583.3

Gross addition to fixed


assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Notes:
Preliminary
r revised
a
In SY 2011-2012, all public elementary schools offered
Kindergarten classes.
b
Projection
p

Census of Population and Housing (CPH) results


Includes enrolment in state universities and colleges (SUCs)
3
DepEd and SUC
4
Includes SPED Teachers and Teachers for Kinder
5
Includes SPED Teachers
6
For public elementary schools only.
7
For public secondary schools only.
1
2

Continued

EDUCATION
AND LITERACY

41
Concluded

The official school-age population for elementary and secondary


are 6-11 years and 12-15 years, respectively. For SY 2008-2009
to SY 2009-2010, the population used in computing the gross
and net enrolment rates is based on the revised population
projection based on 2.04% annual growth rate between 2000
and 2007 Censuses. For SY 2010-2011 to SY 2012-2013
population is based on 2010 CPH provided by NSO.

From primary (Grade IV) to intermediate (Grade V)

10

Source: National Achievement Test (NAT), for elementary level,


was given in Grade VI from SY 2008-2009 for SY 2012-2013.
For secondary level, NAT was administered to Year 2 in
SY 2008-2009 to SY 2010-2011 and Year 4 in SY 2011-2012
to SY 2012-2013.

Sources: DepEd, CHED, TESDA, NSO-Census of Population


and Housing, and Functional Literacy, Education,
and Mass Media Survey and Annual Survey
of Philippine Business and Industry

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER

42
2010

2011

2012

23.33
5.94
8.03
6.13
2.66
0.35

23.20
5.95
7.98
6.00
2.74
0.30

23.59
5.81
8.36
5.98
2.83
0.32

Energy consumption by sector


(In MTOE)
Total
Industry
Transport
Residential
Commercial
Agriculture
Petroleum products consumption
by industry (In MB)

2010

2011

2012

98.93

93.58

98.64

111,809

106,860

110,991

20,249
4,395
45,054
12,546
1,159
9,617
30
17,901
858

20,012
4,404
44,536
12,624
1,041
10,824
21
12,568
830

21,125
4,748
46,561
12,434
971
11,373
59
12,521
1,191

13,306
9,643
3,112
551

14,639
10,961
3,127
551

15,317
11,937
2,799
581

67,743

69,176

72,922

2009

2010

2011

50,868

55,266

Petroleum products consumption


by type (In MB)
Premium gasoline
Regular gasoline
Diesel
LPG
Kerosene
Av turbo
Av gas
Fuel oil (Industrial)
Others1
Coal consumption by major
type of uses
(MMT@10,000 BTU/LB)
Power generation
Cement
Industrial/Direct uses2
Electricity consumption by sector
(In MKWh)
Total electricity sales
(In Gwh)

Continued

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER
Status of energization

43
2010

2011

2012

1,475

1,475

1,475

36,030
35,670

36,030
35,702

34,793
36,049

11,772
8,859

12,160
9,242

12,305
9,585

54,123

46,065

54,754

66.6

69.4

64.8

10,965.8

10,962.5

11,895.5

2011

2012

2013a

At current prices (MP)


Electricity and gas
Steam
Water

271,892
22,094
9,793
42,006

374,077
306,422
10,540
57,114

221,388
184,888
5,422
31,077

At constant 2000 prices (MP)


Electricity and gas
Steam
Water

184,943
158,161
8,897
17,885

214,943
185,088
10,016
19,840

109,825
94,370
5,146
10,308

147.0
139.2
110.1
234.9

174.2
165.8
105.1
287.8

201.6
195.9
105.4
301.5

(Electric cooperatives)
Municipalities/Cities
Coverage
Barangays
Coverage
Energized
Connections (Th)
Potential
Energized
Petroleum products importation
(TB)
Crude oil importation
(MMBBLS)
Coal importation
(MMT)
Gross value added in electricity,
gas, and water supply

Implicit price index (2000=100)


Electricity and gas
Steam
Water

Continued

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER

44

Concluded
Electricity, gas, and water

2008

2009

2010

establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number

436

445

203

Total employment

66,850

67,760

47,806

Paid employees

66,850

67,760

47,806

Unpaid workers

28,342.3

31,222.5

25,826.8

Total revenue (MP)

772,046.0

806,211.1

855,077.8

Total cost (MP)

581,285.3

541,093.5

576,238.2

Value added (MP)

249,546.5

316,241.8

314,945.1
9,541.3

Total compensation (MP)

Gross addition to fixed


assets (MP)

21,246.0

21,462.9

Change in inventories (MP)

2,294.7

2,307.6

626.9

Subsidies (MP)

2,845.1

2,277.3

1,684.1

With TE of less than 20


Number

429

463

28

Total employment

3,917

3,989

192

Paid employees

3,917

3,989

192

Unpaid workers

570

711

87.3

Total revenue (MP)

3,021.9

3,970.6

1,700.0

Total cost (MP)

2,144.0

3,554.0

1,391.8

Value added (MP)

1,504.3

2,414.1

838.6

115.4

1,593.5

75.5

12.6

17.0

4.1

104.2

1.6

69.8

Total compensation (MP)

Gross addition to fixed


assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

As of first semester

Includes asphalts, solvents, napha/reformate, condensate

Non-energy use as raw materials

Sources: DOE, MERALCO, NPC, and NEA.

FISHERY

45

Production
Quantity (Th MT)
Aquaculture
Commercial
Municipal
Value (M P)
Aquaculture
Commercial
Municipal
Aquaculture fish production
Quantity (Th MT)
Brackishwater/fishpond
Freshwater fishcage/pen
Freshwater fishpond
Marine fishpen/cage
Others
Oyster
Mussel
Seaweed
Value (M P)
Brackishwater/fishpond
Freshwater fishcage/pen
Freshwater fishpond
Marine fishpen/cage
Others
Oyster
Mussel
Seaweed

2010

2011

2012

5,159.5
2,546.0
1,242.1
1,371.4
221,051.0
82,857.5
60,457.0
77,736.5

4,973.6
2,608.1
1,032.8
1,332.6
224,695.1
85,996.4
58,623.0
80,075.6

4,858.1
2,542.0
1,035.2
1,280.9
237,711.5
92,289.9
65,894.2
79,527.4

2,546.0
304.3
165.1
143.2
88.7
1,844.7
22.5
20.9
1,801.3
82,857.5
41,129.1
10,412.1
8,947.3
10,040.2
12,328.8
158.2
195.8
11,974.7

2,608.1
311.1
164.0
142.9
105.4
1,884.7
21.5
22.4
1,840.8
85,996.4
43,520.4
10,234.8
9,106.6
11,310.6
11,804.4
181.8
231.4
11,391.1

2,542.0
320.2
165.4
144.7
114.3
1,797.4
20.6
25.7
1,751.1
92,289.9
46,306.0
11,713.3
9,942.1
13,917.4
10,200.0
157.6
266.1
9,776.3

2009
84.6
254.3

2010
178.3
104.0

2011
97.8
193.1

268.0
146.0
122.0

338.1
120.8
217.3

367.8
149.8
218.0

1980
2,115
581,670

2002
7,146
1,483,445

Foreign trade of fish, crustaceans,


mollusks, and preparations thereof
Gross weight (M Kg)
Exports
Imports
Value (FOB in M US$)
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade
Fishing operators
Commercial
Municipal

Continued

46

FISHERY
Concluded

Gross value added in fishery

2011

2012

2013a

At current prices (MP)


At constant 2000 prices (MP)

183,086
130,772

193,652
130,032

94,605
60,148

140.0

149.7

157.3

2005

2006

2007

2.1
4.3

2.2
4.3

2.2
4.3

2008

2009

2010

136
17,390
17,140
250
2,052.6
13,018.0
10,723.7
3,009.0

137
19,254
19,024
230
2,396.5
13,913.3
11,302.2
4,080.1

130
18,087
17,738
349
2,152.3
14,464.4
11,951.4
3,787.5

360.6
32.1
3.9

572.0
50.7
0.8

698.0
151.8
10.9

182
1,971
1,773
198
66.3
586.9
520.1
16.6

150
1,472
1,347
125
60.7
478.6
363.5
162.7

151
1,642
1,354
288
94.1
503.4
395.8
150.1

(50.4)
(97.3)
-

5.8
8.4
-

1.9
8.0
-

Implicit price index (2000=100)


Contribution to total gross
domestic product (%)
At current prices
At constant 1985 prices
Fishery establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
a

As of first semester

Sources: NSO-Census of Agriculture and Fisheries, NSCB,


BAS, and BFAR.

FOREIGN TRADE

Total trade (FOB in M US$)


Exports
Imports
Balance of trade
Principal exports (M US $)
Electronic products1
Other manufactures
Woodcraft's and furniture
Chemicals
Machinery and transport
equipment
Other mineral products
Metal components
Articles of apparel and clothing
accessories1
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring
sets used in vehicles,
aircrafts, and ships1
Coconut oil2
Others
Principal imports (M US $)
Electronic products1
Mineral fuels, lubricants,
and related materials
Transport equipment
Industrial machinery
and equipment
Other food and live animals
Iron and steel
Plastics in primary and nonprimary forms
Organic and inorganic
chemicals
Telecommunication equipment
and electrical machinery5
Cereals and cereal preparations
Others

47
2011

2012

2013a

108,801.0
48,305.0
60,496.0
(12,191.0)

114,228.0
52,100.0
62,129.0
(10,029.0)

55,201.0
25,585.0
29,615.0
(4,030.0)

23,795.4
1,848.0
b/

22,852.5
2,348.5
b/

10,086.3
2,111.2
1,607.6
1,206.0

b/
b/
785.1

b/
b/
1,962.5

1,170.7
1,012.8
983.5

1,895.7

1,563.8

785.1

1,109.8
1,425.5
14,563.6

1,446.3
1,041.5
18,787.4

750.0
538.3
5,333.9

17,829.3

16,203.5

7,101.5

12,552.0
3,285.4

13,752.2
4,823.2

6,704.0
2,381.0

2,957.4
c/
1,348.6

3,194.1
c/
1,382.3

1,628.4
890.7
745.0

1,623.9

1,547.7

725.5

1,680.5

1,545.6

682.6

1,205.1
1,482.3
15,618.9

1,236.0
1,596.3
15,874.3

598.0
577.2
7,581.4
Continued

48
Top Philippine trading
partners (M US $)
Japan6
Exports
Imports
United States of America7
Exports
Imports
Singapore
Exports
Imports
China, Peoples Republic of
Exports
Imports
Republic of Korea
Exports
Imports
Hong Kong
Exports
Imports
Thailand
Exports
Imports
Taiwan
Exports
Imports
Malaysia8
Exports
Imports
Germany
Exports
Imports
Major economic bloc (M US $)
APEC
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade

FOREIGN TRADE
2011

2012

2013a

8,886.1
6,516.4

9,880.5
6,469.6

5,185.9
2,609.3

7,101.9
6,536.3

7,417.4
7,123.9

3,588.1
3,313.5

4,278.6
4,899.5

4,866.6
4,405.1

1,905.4
2,094.9

6,237.3
6,085.1

6,169.3
6,680.4

3,015.5
3,830.7

2,237.2
4,419.5

2,882.1
4,526.0

1,971.3
2,447.7

3,701.5
1,510.0

4,775.9
1,465.7

1,922.9
638.4

1,906.0
3,464.0

2,458.9
3,461.4

954.1
1,565.6

1,993.2
4,209.1

1,942.6
4,855.3

775.8
2,301.1

1,099.1
2,640.3

b/
2,503.7

787.4
1,103.5

1,729.8
1,419.4

1,956.1
c/

870.0
857.0

2011

2012

2013a

87,707.4
40,124.6
47,582.8
(7,458.3)

92,857.8
44,147.3
48,710.4
(4,563.1)

45,177.2
21,504.6
23,672.5
(2,167.9)
Continued

FOREIGN TRADE

49
Concluded

Major economic bloc (M US $) - con't.


2011

2012

2013a

ASEAN
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade

23,030.9
8,693.7
14,337.2
(5,643.5)

24,016.1
9,807.6
14,208.5
(4,400.9)

10,816.6
4,345.4
6,475.2
(2,133.9)

EU
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade

10,399.2
5,949.5
4,449.7
1,499.9

10,571.1
5,927.7
4,643.4
1,284.3

5,367.0
2,956.5
2,410.4
546.1

2010

2011

2012

44,718.0
48,512.6

40,238.3
54,478.5

42,564.7
55,539.5

3,961.3
4,636.6

4,362.4
3,865.3

5,303.5
3,927.2

2,818.2
1,783.7

3,340.3
2,135.6

4,231.3
2,662.0

Foreign trade by major island


group (FOB value in M US$)
Luzon
Exports
Imports
Visayas
Exports
Imports
Mindanao
Exports
Imports

Notes:
1
Includes on consignment and not on consignment.
2
Includes crude and refined.
3
Includes diamonds, precious and synthetic gemstones,
machinery and equipments; prefabricated steel, structures
manufactured on consignment basis.
4
Includes fresh, frozen, prepared or preserved in airtight containers.
5
Including telecommunications and sound recording
and reproducing apparatus and equipment.
6
Includes Okinawa.
7
Includes Alaska and Hawaii.
8
Composed of Malaysia, Federal of, Sabah and Sarawak
a
First semester
b
Not principal exports.
c
Not principal imports.
Source: NSO, Foreign Trade Statistics of the Philippines

50

FORESTRY

Status of land classification


Total land area (M Ha)
Alienable and disposable
Forest land
Unclassified
Classified
Forest reserves
Timberlands
National parks
Military and naval
reservations
Civil reservations
Fishponds
Area reforested (Ha)
Total
Government
Private
Production (Th cu m)
Log
Processed wood products
Lumber
Veneer
Plywood

2009

2010

2011

30,000.0

30,000.0

30,000.0

14,194.7
15,805.3
755.0
15,050.3
3,270.1
10,056.0
1,341.0

14,207.6
15,792.4
755.0
15,037.4
3,270.1
10,090.9
1,342.6

14,194.7
15,805.3
755.0
15,050.3
3,270.1
10,090.9
1,446.0

126.1
165.9
91.1

126.1
165.9
91.1

126.1
165.9
91.1

2010

2011

2012

36,877
32,384
4,493

128,559
122,559
-

221,764
221,764
-

2010

2011

2012

504.6

871.0

862.0

377.4
136.0
276.0

370.0
185.0
298.0

218.0
129.0
276.0

Gross value added in forestry

2011

2012

2013a

At current prices (MP)


At constant 2000 prices (MP)

3,906
4,236

3,234
3,837

2,185
2,646

92.2

84.7

82.6

Forestry establishments

2008

2009

2010

With TE of 20 and over


Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers

6
782
782
-

5
787
787
-

4
791
791
-

Implicit price index (2000=100)

Continued

FORESTRY

51
Concluded

Forestry establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

2008c

2009

2010

44.9
193.2
126.3
81.6

46.6
255.6
149.7
135.1

40.5
381.6
192.6
234.9

14.1
1.6
-

17.8
12.2
-

36.9
22.5
-

6
65
53
12
5.6
11.0
5.9
5.4

10
90
86
4
7.9
14.6
7.3
12.6

3
18
18
3.6
1.2
3.3
(2.1)

(0.2)
0.3

0.5
3.5
0.1

(0.03)
3.0

As of first semester

Sources: NSO, 2006 Census of Philippine Business and Industry,


NAMRIA, NSCB, FMB, Philippine Forestry Statistics

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

52
Projected life expectancy
at birth (in years)1
Male
Female
Ten leading causes of death2
Diseases of the heart
Cerebrovascular diseases
Malignant neoplasms
Pneumonia
Tuberculosis
Chronic lower respiratory
diseases
Diabetes mellitus
Assault
Certain conditions originating
in perinatal period
Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome,
and nephrosis
All other causes
Leading causes of morbidity
Acute respiratory infection
ALTRI and pneumonia
Hypertension
Bronchitis
Influenza
Urinary tract infection
Acute watery diarrhea
TB respiratory
Tuberculosis (all forms)
Acute febrille illness
Leading causes of infant deaths2
All causes
Bacterial sepsis of newborn
Pneumonia
Respiratory distress of newborn
Congenital malformation
of the heart

2015-20

2020-25

2025-30

68.81
74.34

70.01
75.54

71.01
76.54

2008
92,133
51,275
42,262
39,707
24,569

2009
100,908
56,670
47,732
42,642
25,470

2010
102,936
59,551
49,820
45,591
24,714

21,859
22,778
12,477

22,755
22,345
12,227

22,877
21,512
12,318

12,565

11,514

11,514

12,538
125,418

13,799
124,758

14,048
122,812

2010

2011

2009
1,095,328

1,051,845 1,584,056

557,786
333,497
346,627
271,011
82,867
322,799
73,614
73,614
20,250

716,040
265,052
216,665
163,912
219,970
268,900
36,973
30,288
a/

569,768
338,214
262,009
221,810
175,379
150,354
47,991
87,052
39,491

2008
21,720
3,506
2,075
2,434

2009
21,659
3,082
2,452
2,438

2010
22,476
3,608
2,628
2,526

1,579

1,523

1,572
Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

53
2008

2009

2010

1,816
1,311
1,082

1,609
1,050
1,038

1,487
1,095
1,079

892
933

893
940

950
941

937
5,546

971
5,094

900
5,690

Leading causes of infant deaths2


Disorder related to short gestation and low birth weight,
not eslsewhere classified
Congenital pneumonia
Neonatal aspiration syndromes
Intrauterine hypoxia and birth
asphyxia
Other congenital malformations
Diarrhea and gastroenterities
of presumed infectious
origin
All other causes

2011

2012

2013b

Dentist
Medical technologist
Midwife
Nurse
Nutritionist/dietitian
Optometrist
Pharmacist
Physician
Physical therapist
Occupational therapist
Radiologic technologist
X-ray technologist

414
1,612
2,882
60,273
507
54
1,290
2,260
738
78
954
66

713
2,054
2,810
44,731
601
251
1,693
2,204
777
76
947
79

641
641
420
285
32
-

2009

2010

2011

Barangay health facilities

17,407

17,297

18,366

Registered health professionals

Hospitals
Public
Private
Bed capacity
Public
Private

2008

2009

2010

1,784
711
1,073

1,821
723
1,098

1,812
730
1,082

94,199
47,889
46,310

97,430
49,093
48,337

98,155
49,372
48,783
Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

54

Bed-population ratio
(per 10,000 population)

2007

2008

2009

10.4

10.6

10.3

2006

Contraceptive prevalence rate (%)


Any method
Modern method
Traditional method
No method
Household population
By type of disability
Low vision
Oral defect/speech impairment
Partial blindness
Mentally ill
Mentally retarded
Quadriplegic
Hard of hearing
Others

2008

2011e

50.7
34.0
16.7
49.3

48.9
36.9
12.0
51.1

50.6
35.9
14.8
49.4
1990

1995

2000

636,999

919,292
313,427
38,342
79,193
38,765
55,041
58,446
69,570
266,508

942,098
352,398
50,862
76,731
67,294
66,113
55,889
44,725
228,086

50,656
63,276
46,515
60,024
30,072
65,369
321,087

2010

By functional difficulty
(Five years old and over)
Difficulty in seeing, even if wearing eyeglasses
Difficulty in hearing, even if using a hearing aid
Difficulty in walking or climbing steps
Difficulty in remembering or concentrating
Difficulty in self-caring (bathing or dressing)
Difficulty in communicating

1,792,461
520,850
600,079
354,375
250,433
287,196

Clients served by DSWD

2009

2010

2011

Community and Centerbased Programs


Disadvantaged women
Disadvantaged children

15,766
44,442

41,705
48,687

51,631
47,720

Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE
Clients served by DSWD con't.
Disadvantaged youth
Disadvantaged disabled
Older persons

55
2009
6,479
4,518
8,077

2010
13,221
2,119
8,117

2011
9,798
2,384
10,416

1.50
53,735
39,701

1.37
63,566
46,042

1.40
70,219
53,339

Membership, contributions,
and social security benefits
GSIS
Membership (M)
Contributions (MP)
Benefits (MP)

2011

2012

2013f

SSS
Membership (M)
Contributions (MP)
Benefits (MP)

29.03
85,972
82,760

29.41
94,210
84,172

30.04
50,840
43,460

HDMF (Pag-ibig Fund)


Membership (M)
Contributions (MP)
Benefits (MP)

2010
8.78
19,859
4,994

2011
10.21
21,893
5,377

2012
12.09
24,103
5,934

2008d

2009

2010

657
86,127
84,494
1,633
13,363.9
58,065.1
39,959.7
24,606.3

711
90,692
89,784
908
14,890.4
60,426.0
39,205.9
27,286.8

738
98,204
96,954
1,250
16,899.3
72,294.4
47,397.8
32,526.0

5,019.4
477.2
-

6,395.6
353.5
-

5,253.6
541.0
-

Health and social work


establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

56

Concluded
Health and social work

2008d

2009

2010

3,480
21,949
19,553
2,396
1,809.4
7,390.0
5,044.5
3,242.9

3,769
25,136
23,711
1,425
2,384.0
9,844.1
6,701.5
3,850.8

3,713
24,612
22,550
2,062
2,565.4
12,031.5
7,934.3
5,186.3

443.0
237.0
-

484.0
(6.4)
-

4,878.8
95.4
-

Establishments con't.
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Notes:
1

2000 Census-based Population Projections

Based on civil registration. Not adjusted for underregistration.

Based on currently married women 15-49 years.

Preliminary

Not leading cause of death.

As of March

Family Planning Survey

National Demographic and Health Survey

Family Health Survey

As of June

Sources: NSO, Family Planning Survey, National Demographic


and Health Survey, DOH, PRC, DSWD, GSIS, SSS,
and HDMF

INCOME
AND PRICES
Total

57
2006

2009

2012

Family income

3,006

3,804

5,027

Family expenditure

2,561

3,239

4,125

At current prices (BP)

Family savings

445

565

902

2003

2006

2009

Family income

2,009

2,180

2,378

Family expenditure

1,681

1,857

2,024

329

323

353

2006

2009

2012

At constant prices (BP)

Family savings
Annual average
At current prices (Th P)
Family income

173

206

235

Family expenditure

147

176

193

26

31

42

Family savings
At constant prices (Th P)
Family income

125

129

180

Family expenditure

107

110

142

19

19

38

Number of families (Th)

17,403

18,452

21,426

By income class (%)

100.00

100.00

100.00

8.0

4.1

3.2

Family savings

Under P 40,000
40,000 -

59,999

13.5

8.7

6.5

60,000 -

99,999

23.7

22.2

18.9

100,000 - 249,999

36.0

41.0

42.3

250,000 and over

18.8

23.9

29.1

Total family income (BP)


By income class (%)

3,006

3,804

5,027

100.00

100.00

100.00

Under P 40,000

1.4

0.6

0.4

40,000 -

59,999

3.9

2.1

1.4

60,000 -

99,999

10.8

8.6

6.5

100,000 - 249,999

32.8

31.7

28.7

250,000 and over

51.1

56.9

63.0

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

58

Total family income (BP)


By income decile (%)
First decile
Second decile
Third decile
Fourth decile
Fifth decile
Sixth decile
Seventh decile
Eighth decile
Ninth decile
Tenth decile
Gini coefficient ratio
Total family income (BP)
By source (%)
Wages and salaries
Agricultural
Nonagricultural
Entrepreneurial activities
Crop farming and gardening
Livestock and poultry raising
Wholesale and retail trade
Manufacturing
Other entrepreneurial activities
Other sources of income
Net share of crops
Receipts from abroad
Rental value of occupied
dwelling units
Family sustenance activities
Other sources
Total family expenditure (BP)
By income class (%)
Under P 40,000
40,000 - 59,999
60,000 - 99,999
100,000 - 249,999
259,000 and over

2006

2009

2012

3,006

3,804

5,027

100.0
1.9
2.9
3.8
4.7
5.8
7.2
9.1
11.9
16.9
36.0
0.4580

100.0
2.0
3.1
3.9
4.8
5.9
7.3
9.2
11.9
16.6
35.3
0.4641

100.0
2.9
3.9
4.6
5.5
6.5
7.8
9.8
12.2
16.3
30.5
0.4605

3,006

3,804

5,027

100.0
47.2

100.0
47.4

100.0
46.7

29.8

27.9

20.5

23.0

24.7

32.8

2,561
100.00
1.8
4.8
12.4
35.0
46.0

3,239
100.00
0.8
2.7
10.1
34.3
52.1

4,125
100.00
0.5
1.8
7.8
31.7
58.2

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES
Total family expenditure (BP)
By expenditure group (%)
Food
Food consumed at home
Food regularly consumed
outside the home
Alcoholic beverages
Tobacco
Housing, water, electricity, gas
and other fuels
Household operations/furnishings,
household equipment and routine
household
Clothing, footwear, and other wear
Personal care and effects
Medical care/health
Transportation and communication
Transportation
Communication
Recreation and culture
Education
Nondurable furnishings
Durable furniture and equipment
Rent/rental value of occupied
dwelling unit
House maintenance and minor
repairs
Taxes paid
Accommodation services
Miscellaneous expenditures
Gifts and contributions to others
Special occasions
Miscellaneous goods
and services
Other expenditures

59
2006

2009

2012

100.00

100.00

100.00

41.4
35.5

42.6
36.5

42.8
35.3

5.8
0.7
0.9

6.1
0.7
0.8

7.5
0.6
0.9

7.6

7.1

20.7

2.3
2.4
3.7
2.9
8.2

2.3
2.2
3.8
2.9
7.7

2.8
2.4

0.5
4.4
0.2
2.7

0.4
4.3
0.2
2.7

12.7

12.8

0.5
1.6

0.6
2.0

3.7
7.5
2.7
1.4
4.1

0.2
1.4
2.8

1.4
2.7

3.0

2.9

6.6
3.7

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

60
Poverty

2006

2009

2012

13,357

16,871

18,935

3,809
21.0

4,037
20.5

4,215
19.7

22,644
26.6

23,300
26.3

23,746
25.2

2011

2012

2013

All items (2006=100)

126.1

130.1

134.0

Food and non-alcoholic beverages


Alcoholic beverages and tobacco
Clothing and footwear
Housing, water, electricity,
gas and other fuels
Furnishings, household
equipment and routine
maintenance of the house
Health
Transport
Communication
Recreation and culture
Education
Restaurant and miscellaneous
goods and services

136.6
122.6
118.4

139.8
128.7
123.9

143.8
167.1
128.4

120.3

125.8

127.9

116.8
124.3
122.8
92.4
106.7
130.2

121.1
128.1
125.7
92.5
109.5
136.3

125.1
132.1
126.5
92.7
112.0
142.5

119.3

123.1

126.1

Annual per capita poverty


threshold (P)
Poor families
Magnitude (Th)
Poverty incidence (%)
Poor population/individuals
Magnitude (Th)
Poverty incidence (%)

Consumer Price Index

2011

2012

2013

Inflation rate (2006=100)


Philippines
National Capital Region
Areas Outside NCR

4.6r
4.0
4.9

3.2
2.9
3.2

3.0
1.6
3.3

Purchasing power
of the peso (2006=100)

0.79

0.77

0.75

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

61
Concluded

General wholesale price index

2011

2012

2013a

220.5p

223.0

225.4

190.2
174.2

194.7
178.5

199.6
217.4

254.0

198.7

179.4

640.5p

652.7

639.2

196.1

190.8

190.1

165.9

169.9

171.7

150.2

153.0

155.0

189.9

193.3

195.1

(1998=100)
All items
Food
Beverages and tobacco
Crude materials, inedible,
except fuels
Mineral fuels, lubricants,
and related materials
Chemicals, including animal
and vegetable oils and fats
Manufactured goods classified
chiefly by material
Machinery and transport
equipment
Miscellaneous manufactured
articles

p
Preliminary
r Revised
a
As of October

Sources: NSO, Family Income and Expenditure Survey and NSCB.

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

62

Oct. '11

Oct. '12

Oct. '13p

62,168

63,303

63,109

30,960
31,208

31,553
31,750

31,472
31,637

In the labor force


Male
Female

41,193
24,881
16,312

40,433
24,682
15,751

40,335
24,574
15,761

Not in the labor force


Male
Female

20,975
6,062
14,913

22,870
6,871
15,999

22,774
6,898
15,876

66.3
93.6
6.4
19.1

63.9
93.2
6.8
19.0

63.9
93.5
6.5
17.9

41,193
38,550
2,643

40,433
37,670
2,763

40,335
37,733
2,602

38,550
54.9
3.9
12.4

37,670
57.4
3.6
10.9

37,733
57.7
3.4
10.8

38,550
33.4

37,670
32.3

37,733
31.4

29.5
3.9
14.5
0.6
8.2
0.4
5.4
52.1

88.4
11.6
15.1
4.3
54.7
1.7
38.5
52.6

88.4
11.6
15.2
3.9
54.1
1.7
39.4
53.4

Household population
15 years old and over (Th)
Male
Female

Labor force participation rate


Employment rate
Unemployment rate
Underemployment rate
Labor force population (Th)
Employed
Unemployed
Employed persons by class
of worker (Th)
Wages and salary (%)
Own account (%)
Unpaid family worker (%)
Employed persons by major
industry sector (Th)
Agriculture
Agriculture, hunting,
and forestry
Fishing
Industry
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, and water
Construction
Services

Continued

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

63

Employed persons by major


industry sector
Wholesale and retail trade,
repair of motor vehicles
Transportation and storage
Accommodation and food
services activities
Information and communication
Financial and insurance
activities
Real estate activities
Professional, scientific
and technical activities
Administrative and support
services activities
Public administration and
defense; compusory
social security
Education
Human health and social
work activities
Arts, entertainment
and recreation
Other service activities
Activities of households as
employers; undifferentiated
goods and service-producing
activities of households
for own use
Activities of extraterritorial
organizations and bodies

Oct. '11

Oct. '12

Oct. '13**

20.2
7.3

34.9
13.5

35.3
13.4

3.1

7.6

8.2

1.8

1.6

1.2
3.5

2.3
0.8

2.4
0.8

1.0

1.0

4.9

5.3

3.1

10.0
6.1

9.3
6.1

1.2

2.1

2.2

2.5

1.5
10.6

1.5
10.5

5.3

3.0

2.4

0.0

0.0

38,550

37,670

37,733

13.9

15.9

16.1

Employed persons by major


occupation group (Th)
Officials of government and special
interest organizations, corporate
executives, managers, managing
proprietors, and supervisors

Continued

64

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

Employed persons by major


occupation group
Professionals
Technicians and associate
professionals
Clerks
Service workers and shop
and market sales workers
Farmers, forestry workers,
and fishermen
Trades and related workers
Plant and machine operators
and assemblers
Laborers and unskilled workers
Special occupations
Deployed Overseas
Filipino Workers (OFWs)
Total
Land-based
New hires
Rehires
Sea-based

Oct. '11
4.6

Oct. '12
4.9

Oct. '13**
5.0

2.6
5.5

2.5
5.7

2.4
6.0

11.6

11.9

12.4

15.0
7.2

13.8
6.5

13.5
6.6

6.0
33.2
0.4

5.1
33.3
0.3

5.4
32.3
0.3

2010

2011

2012

1,470,826
1,123,676
341,966
781,710
347,150

1,687,831
1,318,727
437,720
881,007
369,104

1,802,031
1,435,166
458,575
976,591
366,865

1,123,676

1,318,727

1,435,166

684,060
280,808
48,185
25,696
25,207
3,107
12,341
44,272

764,586
415,224
57,880
27,679
28,531
4,236
19,492
1,099

825,402
476,021
47,070
29,553
25,194
3,682
27,391
853

Deployed land-based OFWs


by country of destination
Middle East
Asia
Europe
The Americas
Africa
Trust Territories
Oceania
Unspecified/Others
Workers with special
exit clearance
Remittances from OFWs
(M US$)
Sea-based
Land-based

2011
20,117.0
4,340.4
15,776.6

2012
21,391.3
4,835.3
16,556.0

2013a
8,783.0
2,119.8
6,663.2
Continued

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

65
Concluded

Remittances from OFWs

2011

2012p

2013a

10,656.9
2,457.7
8,199.2
3,348.1
1,248.9
2,099.2
3,215.8
19.9
3,195.9
2,568.6
594.2
1,974.3
297.4
15.6
281.7
30.2
4.0
26.2
-

11,189.5
2,707.9
8,481.7
3,420.5
1,390.2
2,030.3
3,466.7
26.0
3,440.7
2,943.7
679.2
2,264.5
339.2
15.6
323.6
31.7
16.5
15.2
-

4,272.1
1,091.9
3,180.2
1,334.5
506.0
828.5
1,517.0
13.4
1,503.6
1,243.0
326.2
916.9
158.6
7.7
150.9
17.8
8.4
9.3
-

2010

2011
240
236
51
2
2
3,828

2012p
184
194
41
3
3
209

(M US$)
By continent of origin
The Americas
Sea-based
Land-based
Europe
Sea-based
Land-based
Middle East
Sea-based
Land-based
Asia
Sea-based
Land-based
Oceania
Sea-based
Land-based
Africa
Sea-based
Land-based
Others
Sea-based
Land-based
Strikes and/or lockouts
Notices filed
Cases disposed
Workers involved (Th)
Declared (actual)
Cases disposed
Workers involved

276
291
60
8
8
3,034

Preliminary
* Less than 0.1 percent
p

** Calculation of October 2013 estimates excludes data from


the province of Leyte.
a

As of May

Sources: NSO, POEA, DOLE, BLES, and BSP

66
Manufacturing establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

MANUFACTURING
2008

2009

2010

4,725
4,918
4,643
889,738
842,582
873,204
886,973
839,663
871,195
2,765
2,919
2,009
176,314.9
178,135.6
193,435.1
3,198,940.9 3,178,265.7 3,521,537.5
2,560,422.8 2,314,970.8 2,734,051.5
826,582.3
997,698.1 1,002,123.4
105,914.4
69,427.7
1,761.9

94,110.2
2,281.1
527.1

86,614.9
49,736.9
644.2

11,639
101,161
93,962
7,199
7,574.4
61,219.2
46,566.5
18,153.0

12,176
111,218
104,605
6,613
10,534.4
130,489.5
100,980.0
40,535.7

11,606
104,823
97,476
7,347
10,616.9
101,832.8
78,373.4
29,217.8

1,628.5
1,015.7
4.3

1,296.8
6,055.4
19.5

1,722.7
2,129.2
0.8

2011

2012

2013a

2,047,718
1,324,330

2,170,918
1,395,711

1,074,610
748,092

Implicit price index (2000=100)

154.6

155.4

143.6

Large manufacturing
industries
Food manufacturing
Number
Employment (Th)
Value of output (BP)

2008

2009

2010

6,754
202.2
680.2

969
168.6
704.0

920
156.9
783.8

With TE of less than 20


Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
Gross value added
in manufacturing
At current prices (MP)
At constant 2000 prices (MP)

Continued

MANUFACTURING

67
Concluded

Large manufacturing

2008

2009

2010

industries
Electronic component
Number
Employment (Th)
Value of output (BP)

368
199.8
619.8

271
151.5
612.8

237
194.9
772.7

Petroleum refineries
Number
Employment (Th)
Value of output (BP)

12
1.9
461.6

8
2.6
315.5

8
1.8
394.1

Indices of key manufacturing

2010

2011

2012

Value of production (VaPl)


Volume of production (VoPl)

151.0
92.0

154.2
93.0

165.1
100.2

Total approved foreign

2010

2011

2012

22,328.6

23,234.9

74,064.8

142,167.3
5,317.7
26,249.8

195,534.1
20,336.9
18,805.9

209,376.5
652.3
4,504.4

establishments (2000=100)

direct investments (MP)


Board of Investment
Philippine Economic Zone
Authority
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
Clark Development Corporation
Authority of the Freeport
Area of Bataan (AFAB)
Board of Investment
ARMM (BOIARMM)
Cagayan Economic Zone
Authority

390.6
-

233.5

128.9

As of first semester

Sources: NSO, Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry


and Census of Philippine Business and Industry, and NSCB

68
Volume of production
Metallics
Gold (Kg)
Silver (Kg)
Chromite
Metallurgical chromite (DMT)
Refractory ore (DMT)
Chemical grade chromite (DMT)
Copper concentrate (DMT)
Nickel (beneficiated ore) (Th DMT)
Zinc concentrate (DMT)
Nonmetallics
Coal (Th MT)
Salt (Th MT)
Silica sand (Th MT)
Sand and gravel (Th Cu. M)
Cement raw materials
Limestone for cement (Th MT)
Shale clay (Th MT)
Silica sand (MT)
Cement (Th Bags)
Value of production (MP)
Metallics
Gold
Silver
Copper concentrate
Nickel (beneficiated ore)
Chromite
Metallurgical chromite
concentrate
Chemical grade
Refractory chromite ore
Zinc concentrate
Nonmetallics (MP)
Coal
Salt (from sea water)
Silica sand
Sand and gravel

MINES
AND MINERALS
2010

2011

2012

40,847
41,004

31,120
45,530

15,762
67,477

14,807
236,814
13,172
19,819

25,483
2,876
3,484
253,975
20,684
37,354

36,628

268,046
25,134
40,205

2009
5,176
516
185
46,602

2010
7,329
558
199
49,010

2011
9,452
720
230
58,814

31,668
1,808
284
371,629

34,112
1,925
296
398,076

40,862
2,462
351
476,813

2010

2011

2012

70,508
1,190
15,776
13,198

63,143
2,056
19,092
25,602

35,132
2,468
15,546
34,875

117
58
59
503

145
1,037

221

2009

2010

2011

10,741
3,942
18
7,902

16,334
4,268
19
8,400

19,623
5,561
23
10,499

792

Continued

MINES
AND MINERALS

69

Value of production (MP)

2009

2010

2011

Cement raw materials


Limestone for cement
Shale clay
Silica sand
Gypsum
Others
Cement

2,670
119
50
1,041
(47,035)

2,962
128
53
1,112
(50,610)

3,673
165
59
1,465
(61,266)

Gross production value


in mining (BP)

2010
145.3

2011
163.2

2012
146.4

Gross value added in mining


and quarrying

2011

2012

2013a

At current prices (MP)


Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil, natural gas and condensate
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

143,027
9,244
42,504
108
12,314
3,113
46,127
10,217
19,401

121,435
7,457
20,412
165
19,913
2,960
41,896
12,899
15,732

59,886
4,662
9,117
84
11,787
756
19,626
7,377
6,477

At constant 2000 prices (MP)


Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil, natural gas and condensate
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

70,509
2,672
9,072
40
14,789
500
23,699
8,966
10,771

72,047
2,884
3,961
94
20,466
669
22,617
10,120
11,236

44,240
2,286
2,025
55
15,031
220
13,847
5,584
5,191

Implicit price index (2000=100)


Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil, natural gas and condensate
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

202.8
345.9
468.5
267.8
83.3
622.7
194.6
113.9
180.1

174.2
305.1
517.8
172.1
94.2
452.0
202.0
127.8
135.5

135.4
203.9
450.3
151.7
78.4
344.4
141.7
132.1
124.8
Continued

70

MINES
AND MINERALS
Concluded

Total export of minerals


and mineral products (M US$)
Total operating metallic mines
Total operating nonmetallic mines

2010

2011

2012

1,929

2,840

2,265

28

30

35

2,358

n.a.

n.a.

2008

2009

2010

Mining and quarrying establishments


With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

Preliminary

As of first semester

Sources: DENR, MGB, NSCB, and NSO

49
19,531
19,402
129
3,552.9
53,580.1
29,166.1
30,609.9

64
77
23,757
26,570
23,627
26,558
130
12
6,710.9
7,032.4
82,662.0 103,962.8
52,381.7 58,523.5
37,870.4 54,300.6

17,368.6
747.2
-

5,126.3
339.8
-

23,694.6
(422.1)
231.8

30
319
304
15
42.7
30,133.8
15,844.9
22,885.5

33
356
330
26
54.8
589.2
992.4
162.0

33
264
256
8
58.2
686.1
1,050.4
165.3

22.7
64.2
-

8.2
(1.2)
-

520.4
2.7
-

NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

71
2011

2012

2013a

12,878,127

12,608,730

6,581,162

3,142,606

2,043,843

1,088,686

9,735,521

10,564,887

5,492,476

7,177,046

7,837,880

4,048,092

931,682

1,112,586

661,254

Capital formation

2,113,995

1,950,524

980,423

Exports

3,019,743

3,254,460

1,566,168

Less: Imports

3,506,946

3,590,564

1,720,009

9,735,521

10,564,887

5,492,476

1,245,196

1,250,616

594,173

1,062,111

1,056,964

499,568

183,086

193,652

94,605

3,056,468

3,284,507

1,725,345

143,027

121,435

59,886

2,047,718

2,170,918

1,074,610

Construction

535,377

618,078

369,461

Electricity, gas, and water

330,346

374,077

221,388

5,433,857

6,029,762

3,172,958

627,255

685,251

367,041

1,695,908

1,868,423

913,652

At current prices
Gross National Income (MP)
Net primary income from the rest
of the world
Gross Domestic Product (MP)
By expenditure shares
Household final consumption
Government final consumption

Statistical discrepancy
By industrial origin
Agricultural, hunting, fishery,
and forestry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Industry sector
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing

Services sector
Transportation, communication, and storage
Trade and repair of motor
vehicles, motorcycles,
personal and household
goods

Continued

72

NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

Services sector con't.

2011

2012

2013a

684,088

763,669

450,666

1,115,645

1,236,489

662,222

392,616

455,476

233,545

918,345

1,020,455

545,832

Gross National Income (MP)

7,803,016

7,496,546

3,937,262

Gross Domestic Product (MP)

3,314,107

Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and
business activities
Public administration and
defense, compulsory
social security
Other services
At constant 2000 prices

5,924,409

6,311,671

Net preliminary income from the


rest of the world

1,878,607

1,184,875

623,156

By expenditure shares

5,924,409

6,311,671

3,314,107

4,194,513
575,824
1,279,682
2,764,877
2,890,486
0

4,442,523
653,068
1,168,386
3,054,071
3,006,377
0

2,242,204
408,255
612,237
1,517,612
1,497,649
31,448

5,924,409

631,671

3,314,107

680,445
549,672
130,772

698,937
568,905
130,032

339,190
279,042
60,148

1,901,401
70,509
1,324,330
302,014
204,547

2,022,623
72,047
1,395,711
339,920
214,943

1,092,228
44,240
748,092
190,071
109,825

Household final consumption


Government final consumption
Capital formation
Exports
Less: Imports
Statistical discrepancy
By industrial origin
Agricultural, hunting, fishery,
and forestry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Industry sector
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Construction
Electricity, gas, and water

Continued

NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

73
Concluded

Services sector

2011

2012

2013a

3,342,564

3,590,111

1,882,689

446,026

482,094

257,985

980,514

1,054,392

509,715

394,371

426,788

246,769

643,459

686,430

362,535

255,776
622,418

275,836
664,572

149,128
356,557

Transportation, communication, and storage


Trade and repair of motor
vehicles, motorcycles,
personal and household
goods
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and
business activities
Public administration and
defense, compulsory
social security
Other services

As of first semester

Source: NSCB

74

PUBLIC FINANCE

National government

2010

2011

2012

1,207,926 1,359,942

1,534,932

1,093,643 1,202,066
924,146
822,623
924,146
822,568
571,947
489,221
68,026
67,207
230,060
217,788
54,113
48,352

1,361,073
1,057,916
1,057,916
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

7,702
16,423

5,797
24,797

(In Million P)
Revenues
Tax revenues
Bureau of Internal Revenue
Domestic - based
Net income and profits
Excise tax
Sales taxes and licenses
Other domestic taxes
of which documentary
stamp tax
Tax expenditures
Travel tax
Bureau of Customs
of which tax expenditures
Other offices
BID
BFP-Fire Code Tax
CHED/NCAA
DENR-Forest charges
LTO-Motor Vehicle Tax
Non-tax Revenues
BTr Income
Fees and other charges
Privatization
CARP
Marcos wealth
Others
Grants
Expenditures
of which:
Allotment to LGUs
Interest payments
Tax expenditures
Subsidy
Equity
Net lending

7,270
7,957
55

259,241
31,736

265,108
9,408

289,866
7,484

11,779
59
730
1,456
239
9,295

12,812
61
841
1,660
150
10,100

13,291
56
966
1,709
204
10,356

113,877

157,621

173,760

54,315
22,820
914
35,828

75,236
26,048
930
55,407

84,080
27,793
8,348
53,539

406

255

99

1,522,384 1,557,696 1,777,759


279,552
294,244
39,693
21,005
2,149
9,258

315,114
278,896

298,322
312,799

25,831
53,705
12,889
18,055

32,281
42,146
21,340
27,421
Continued

PUBLIC FINANCE

75
Concluded

Local government
Income (BP)
Expenditures (BP)

National government
Debt (MP) (Actual)
Domestic
Foreign
External debt outstanding

2009

2010

2011p

284.4
252.5

329.6
295.5

355.7
321.0

2010

2011

2012

4,718,171 4,951,188
2,718,202 2,873,357
1,999,969 2,077,831

5,437,104
3,468,375
1,968,729

2009

2010

2011

54,856
6,646
1,515
5,132
3,072

60,048
8,186
1,459
6,727
3,196

62,431
9,679
1,488
8,191
3,509

Private banks

2,060

3,531

4,682

Foreign
Domestic

789
1,271

937
2,594

1,001
3,681

48,209
38,647

51,862
41,542

52,751
42,881

26
38,621
9,562

18
41,524
10,320

6
42,875
9,870

(M US $)
Banking system
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Banks
Government banks

Nonbanking system
Public
Central Bank-Board
of Liquidators
NG and others
Private sector

Notes:
Details may not add up to totals due to rounding.
P
Preliminary
Sources: DBM, BOC, BSP, and BTr.

76

TOURISM
2011

2012

2013a

3,917,454
207,152
3,710,302
2,286,441
747,656
389,823
228,144
4,193
54,045

4,272,811
215,943
4,056,868
2,535,312
783,295
442,686
252,711
5,163
37,701

2,011,520
92,494
1,919,026
1,201,287
370,868
213,598
112,027
2,143
19,103

2010

2011

2012

740,622
600,165
358,744
187,446
147,469
142,455
133,746
121,083
106,345
96,925

925,204
624,527
375,496
243,137
170,736
181,738
112,106
137,802
117,423
104,466

1,031,155
652,626
412,474
250,883
191,150
216,511
118,666
148,215
123,699
113,282

By average daily expenditure


Foreign visitors (US $)
Overseas Filipinos (US $)

84.08
79.57

92.46
42.72

92.99
39.88

By average length of stay (nights)


Foreign visitors
Overseas Filipinos

8.01
7.83
13.70

8.04
7.94
16.64

9.61
9.40
23.74

By mode of travel
Air
Sea

3,461,007
59,464

3,884,055
33,399

4,237,935
34,876

Air visitor arrivals


By age group
Under 15 years
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-34 years
35-44 years

3,461,007
286,945
95,475
173,836
702,964
745,782

3,884,055
313,520
104,127
202,598
835,909
836,744

4,237,935
340,819
114,941
230,764
906,034
909,987

Visitor arrivals
Total
Overseas Filipinos
Foreign visitors
Asia
America
Europe
Oceania
Africa
Others (unspecified)
Top ten visitor arrivals
By country of residence
Korea
United States of America
Japan
China
Australia
Taiwan
Hong Kong
Singapore
Canada
United Kingdom
Visitor arrivals

Continued

TOURISM
Air visitor arrivals
By age group
45-54 years
55-64 years
65 years and over
Not stated

77
2010

2011

2012

681,068
462,494
248,993
63,450

746,258
515,190
277,228
52,481

809,258
563,564
312,607
49,961

By purpose of travel
Holiday
Visit friends and relatives
Incentive travel
Business
Official mission
Convention
Medical
Others
Not reported

3,461,007
860,776
261,348
94
172,283
5,412
16,701
4,615
81,699
2,035,572

3,884,055
1,578,072
361,763
206
366,427
3,628
32,839
6,061
152,522
1,364,093

4,237,935
2,364,346
147,168
146
432,991
2,699
45,634
8,427
169,898
1,052,041

Estimated visitors receipts


(US $ Million)

2,490.23

2,994.39

3,817.76

83
20
8
40
15

79
21
7
41
10

83
22
8
43
10

14,971
8,199
1,815
4,208
749

15,567
8,887
1,332
4,423
925

16,145
8,965
1,545
4,747
888

67.60
70.45
62.43
65.72
59.04

69.26
72.42
62.14
67.30
58.58

67.25
71.49
58.04
64.82
53.44

2.30
2.70
2.36
2.20
1.96

2.48
3.04
2.19
2.38
1.89

2.48
2.92
2.30
2.38
2.13

Hotels (National Capital Region)


Number of hotels
De luxe
First Class
Standard
Economy
Average number of rooms
De luxe
First Class
Standard1
Economy1
Average occupancy rate (%)
De luxe
First Class
Standard1
Economy1
Average length of stay (nights)
De luxe
First Class
Standard1
Economy1

Continued

78

TOURISM
2007

2008

2009

3,065,597
163,482
172,016
783,457
71,672
72,471
88,183
409,653
110,228
98,702
67,968
1,027,765

3,354,857
180,696
158,576
824,741
73,933
71,487
97,252
481,285
114,574
106,729
67,069
18,512

2,976,374
149,955
139,950
744,551
46,513
45,767
105,078
469,994
95,114
119,593
57,072
52,364

By nationality
Philippine nationals
Chinese
American
Indian
British
Japanese
Spanish
Others

3,065,597
3,033,295
20,283
2,920
2,217
961
822
180
4,919

3,354,857
3,322,996
20,443
2,383
2,314
997
759
156
4,809

2,976,374
2,948,536
17,245
2,229
1,636
1,005
652
148
4,923

By age group
Under 15 years
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-34 years
35-44 years
45-54 years
55-64 years
65 years and over
Not stated

3,065,597
175,589
71,022
230,189
953,487
812,192
486,373
203,750
101,540
31,455

3,354,857
193,101
75,947
240,938
1,063,217
881,073
529,103
228,763
106,759
35,956

2,976,374
163,566
61,399
173,988
925,625
797,215
496,915
216,836
91,862
48,968

By purpose of travel
Holiday
Visit friends and relatives
Incentive travel
Business
Official mission
Convention

3,065,597
768,865
529,440
465
162,837
1,872
50,554

3,354,857
845,513
539,208
621
164,621
2,081
52,173

2,976,374
834,045
439,969
561
113,029
2,021
42,050

Outbound Philippine residents


By port of disembarkation
Bangkok
Dubai
Hong Kong
Nagoya
Riyadh
Seoul
Singapore
Taipei
Tokyo
Los Angeles
Others

Continued

TOURISM

79
Concluded

Outbound Philippine residents


By purpose of travel
Employment
Others
Not reported
Hotel and restaurant
establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

As of May

Sources: NSO and DOT

2007

2008

2009

196,474
400,656
954,434

244,801
432,930
1,072,909

111,818
405,289
1,027,592

2008

2009

2010

2,931
142,623
140,576
2,047
18,347.8
113,466.4
82,353.6
38,421.0

3,666
182,701
180,239
2,462
22,749.1
146,588.5
110,636.2
47,561.6

3,729
190,410
188,114
2,296
24,710.9
153,182.7
112,295.4
51,300.2

4,721.5
265,893
-

14,609.4
532.8
-

9,298.3
409.2
-

10,044
71,734
67,626
4,108
4,807.9
31,416.6
22,635.5
9,990.7

11,332
107,967
102,925
5,042
8,448.6
61,210.3
46,908.2
17,603.4

11,208
98,592
92,458
6,134
7,620.2
56,399.5
43,089.0
15,955.8

734.8
117.7
-

1,946.4
239.1
-

2,084.8
178.3
-

80

TRANSPORTATION
2011

2012

2013a

7,138.9
828.6
284.1
1,748.4
329.4
34.5
32.5
3,881.5

7,463.4
852.3
310.5
1,771.3
341.6
33.6
37.5
4,116.7

2,811.3
326.0
121.0
680.2
134.4
11.4
14.1
1,524.3

7,138.9
6,096.4
67.3
3.6
970.9
0.7

7,463.4
6,417.8
72.2
3.1
969.8
0.5

2,811.3
2,429.9
26.4
1.3
353.6
0.2

Registered motor
vehicles by type (Th)
Cars
Sports utility vehicles (SUVs)
Utility vehicles
Trucks
Buses
Trailers
Motorcycles and tricycles
Registered motor vehicles
by classification (Th)
Private
Government
Diplomatic
For hire
Tax exempt
Light Rail Transit
Yellow lane
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue
collection (MP)
Purple lane
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue
collection (MP)

2013b
156.93

170.72

83.60

2,285.61

2,513.97

1,235.23

63.83

70.33

33.75

856.84

942.97

446.34

158.81
1,956.79

174
2,137

Metrostar Express
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue collection (MP)
Traffic accidents
Total
Fatal
Nonfatal
Vehicles involved

2013b
85
1,050

2010

2011

2012

7,670
1,262
6,408
17,979

9,282
1,171
8,111
19,460

6,033
1,129
4,904
9,153
Continued

TRANSPORTATION

81
2010
413

2011
409

2012

Cargo throughput (M MT)


Passenger traffic (M)

166.40
52.70

178.00
49.82

198.93
49.49

Maritime accidents
Search and rescue mission
Casualties
Missing persons
Rescued/survivors

481
408
37
172
15,305

430
417
17
151
8,862

461
111
38
104
19,513

621,870
40,862.3
563,080.8

504,921
52,632.4
599,880.0

646,964
35,673.4
382,940.9

16
3
3
10

24

20

Number of ports

425

Shipping statistics

Airline statistics
Aircraft movement
Passenger traffic (Th)
Cargo movement (Th)
Aircraft accidents
Number of accidents
Crash landing
Engine malfunction
Others
Gross value added in transport
2011

2012

2013c

At current prices (MP)

627,255

685,251

367,041

storage and communication


At constant 2000 prices (MP)

446,026

482,094

257,985

Implicit price index (2000=100)

140.6

142.2

142.3

Transport and storage

2008

2009

2010

930
148,259
147,317
942
52,525.3

974
152,716
151,593
1,123
58,890.9

796
123,176
121,987
1,189
32,028.2

establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)

Continued

82

TRANSPORTATION
Concluded

Transport and storage

2008

2009

2010

388,698.5
261,992.1
532,115.8

368,211.8
249,316.6
557,608.8

190,752.0
105,471.7
266,165.3

74,543.8
606.9
3,144.7

62,248.9
1,725.4
2,769.6

19,166.0
1,685.5
5,835.1

2,616
20,979
20,319
660
2,656.0
14,860.5
10,122.8
5,937.7

3,207
27,128
25,913
1,215
3,219.3
20,646.3
14,701.0
7,405.0

2,095
20,733
19,974
759
2,804.0
17,949.1
13,472.5
6,539.3

791.9
13.6
1.1

117.2
37.1
0.2

1,080.4
0.3
0.1

establishments
With TE of 20 and over
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With TE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)

As of April

As of June

As of first semester

Sources: DOTC, LTO, PPA, MARINA, MIAA, LRTA, MRTA,

NSCB, and NSO

VITAL STATISTICS

Midyear population (Th)1


Registered live births
Male
Female

Legitimate
Illegitimate
Crude birth rate3
Male
Female
By attendant at birth
Physician
Midwife
Nurse
Traditional (hilot)
Others
Not stated
Registered foreign births2
Registered deaths2
Male
Female
Crude death rate3
Male
Female
Infant mortality
Male
Female
Infant mortality rate4
Male
Female
Child mortality
Rate5
Under 5 mortality
Rate6

83
2008

2009

2010

90,457

92,227

94,013

1,784,316
928,080
856,236

1,745,585
907,221
838,364

1,782,981
927,695
855,286

1,115,475
668,841

1,034,506
711,079

1,017,907
765,074

19.7
20.4
19.0

18.9
19.6
18.3

19.0
19.6
18.3

1,784,316

1,745,585

1,782,981

718,284
531,107
16,340
506,668
10,954
963

736,173
537,231
17,790
442,854
10,667
870

778,133
551,589
21,763
419,154
11,690
652

10,067

11,369

12,633

461,581
268,764
192,817

480,820
279,513
201,307

488,265
282,381
205,884

5.1
5.9
4.3

5.2
6.0
4.4

5.2
6.0
4.4

22,351
13,099
9,252

21,659
12,503
9,156

22,476
13,163
9,313

12.5
14.1
10.8
9,052

12.4
13.8
10.9
9,837

12.6
14.2
10.9
9,206

5.1

5.6

5.2

31,403
17.6

31,496
18.0

31,682
17.8
Continued

84

VITAL STATISTICS
Concluded

Fetal mortality
Rate4
Maternal mortality
Ratio4

Registered marriages2
Crude marriage rate

2008

2009

2010

8,306

8,043

8,095

5.1

4.6

4.5

1,731

1,599

1,719

97.0

91.6

96.4

2009

2010

2011

492,254

482,480

476,408

5.3

5.1

5.1

By type of ceremony
Roman Catholic

170,502

169,034

171,046

Civil ceremony

218,361

209,952

202,614

Other religious rites

95,486

96,673

95,177

Muslim

3,481

3,384

4,043

Tribal

4,298

3,242

3,167

126

195

361

2008

2009

2010

7,679

8,559

10,067

Unspecified (not stated)

Registered foreign
marriages2

2000 Census-based population projection

Based on civil registration. Not adjusted for underregistration.

Per 1,000 midyear population

Per 1,000 live births

Deaths of children 0-4 years old

Deaths of children 1-4 years old

Source: NSO

INTERNATIONAL
STATISTICS
Population (M)
World
Africa
America
Asia
Europe1
Oceania

85
2011

2012

2013

6,987
1,051
942
4,216
740
37

7,058
1,072
948
4,260
740
37

7,137
1,100
958
4,302
740
38

51,790
11,698
15,647
12,263
8,876
3,307

51,790
11,698
15,647
12,263
8,876
3,307

51,790
11,698
15,647
12,263
8,876
3,307

51
35
22
132
32
4

52
35
22
134
32
4

52
36
23
135
32
4

Area
(per thousand square miles)
World
Africa
America
Asia
Europe1
Oceania
Density
(per square kilometer)
World
Africa
America
Asia
Europe1
Oceania

Includes the new independent states of the former Union of Soviet


Socialist Republics (USSR)

Source: Population Reference Bureau, World Population


Data Sheet

86

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City
Philippines

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)


81

144 1,490 42,028


16
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

National Capital Region (NCR)

City of Manila
City of Mandaluyong
City of Marikina
City of Pasig
Quezon City
City of San Juan
Caloocan City
City of Malabon
City of Navotas
City of Valenzuela
City of Las Pias
City of Makati
City of Muntinlupa
City of Paraaque
Pasay City
Taguig City
Municipality of Pateros

Population
(May 1, 2010)
92,337,852a

1,706
897
27
16
30
142
21
188
21
14
33
20
33
9
16
201
28
10

11,855,975
1,652,171
328,699
424,150
669,773
2,761,720
121,430
1,489,040
353,337
249,131
575,356
552,573
529,039
459,941
588,126
392,869
644,473
64,147

1,616,867
234,733
112,636
403,944
318,676
191,078
201,613
154,187
4,748,372
568,017
658,587
741,906
2,779,862

Cordillera Administrative
Region (CAR)

Abra
Apayao
Benguet
Baguio City
Ifugao
Kalinga
Mountain Province
I - Ilocos Region
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan

75
27
7
13

11
7
10

1,176
303
133
140
129
175
152
144

9
2
2
1
4

116
21
32
19
44

3,265
557
768
576
1,364

Continued

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

Prov.

City Mun.

87

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)

II - Cagayan Valley
Batanes
Cagayan
Isabela
Nueva Vizcaya
Quirino

III - Central Luzon


Aurora
Bataan
Bulacan
Nueva Ecija
Pampanga
Angeles City
Tarlac
Zambales
Olongapo City

IV-A Calabarzonb
Batangas
Cavite
Laguna
City of San Pedro
Quezon
Lucena City
Rizal

IV-B Mimaropab
Marinduque
Occidental Mindoro
Oriental Mindoro
Palawan
Puerto Princesa City
Romblon

4
1
3

14
1
3
5
2
1
1

Population
(May 1, 2010)

89
6
28
34
15
6

2,311
29
820
1,055
275
132

3,229,163
16,604
1,124,773
1,489,645
421,355
176,786

116
8
11
21
27
19

3,102
151
237
569
849
505
33
511
230
17

10,137,737
201,233
687,482
2,924,433
1,955,373
2,014,019
326,336
1,273,240
534,443
221,178

17
13

1
18
3
6
5
1
1
1
1

125
31
17
25

4,011
1,078
829
674

39

1,209
33
188

12,609,803
2,377,395
3,090,691
2,375,537
294,310
1,740,638
246,392
2,484,840

71
6
11
14
23

1,458
218
162
426
367
66
219

2,744,671
227,828
452,971
785,602
771,667
222,673
283,930

13

1
17

Continued

88
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)

V - Bicol Region
Albay
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur
Catanduanes
Masbate
Sorsogon

VI - Western Visayas
Aklan
Antique
Capiz
Guimaras
Iloilo
Iloilo City
Negros Occidental
Bacolod City

VII - Central Visayas


Bohol
Cebu
Cebu City
Lapu-lapu City
Mandaue City
Negros Oriental
Siquijor

VIII - Eastern Visayas


Biliran
Eastern Samar
Leyte
Tacloban City1
Northern Samar
Samar (Western)
Southern Leyte

7
3
2
1
1
16

1
1
1
12
1

107
15
12
35
11
20
14

3,471
720
282
1,063
315
550
541

5,420,411
1,233,432
542,915
1,822,371
246,300
834,650
740,743

117
17
18
16
5
42

4,051
327
590
473
98
1,721
180
601
61

7,102,438
535,725
546,031
719,685
162,943
1,805,576
424,619
2,396,039
511,820

3,003
1,109
1,066
80
30
27
557
134

6,800,180
1,255,128
2,619,362
866,171
350,467
331,320
1,286,666
91,066

4,390
132
597
1,503
138
569
951
500

4,101,322
161,760
428,877
1,567,984
221,174
589,013
733,377
399,137

19

16
1
6
1
1
1
6

116
47
44

136
8
22
40

1
2
1
2
1

Population
(May 1, 2010)

19
6

24
24
18

Continued

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

Prov.

City Mun.

89

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)

Population
(May 1, 2010)

IX - Zamboanga
Peninsulac
Zamboanga del Norte
Zamboanga del Sur
Zamboanga City
Zamboanga Sibugay

67
25
26

1,904
691
681
98
389

3,407,353
957,997
959,685
807,129
584,685

45

97,857

2,022
464
58
462
44
490
424
80

4,297,323
1,299,192
83,807
607,917
322,821
567,642
813,856
602,088

43
11
8
14

1,162
237
223
337
182

10

183

4,468,563
687,195
945,764
574,910
1,449,296
293,780
517,618

5
1
1

45
17
7
10

1,195
543
141
199

4,109,571
1,226,508
498,904
827,200

1
1

11

26
249

538,086
747,087

37

271,786

16

City of Isabela

X - Northern Mindanao
Bukidnon
Camiguin
Lanao del Norte
Iligan City
Misamis Occidental
Misamis Oriental
Cagayan de Oro City

XI - Davao Regiond
Compostela Valley
Davao del Norte (Davao)
Davao del Sur
Davao City
Davao Occidental
Davao Oriental

XII Soccsksargene
Cotabato
Sarangani
South Cotabato
General Santos City
(Dadiangas)
Sultan Kudarat

Cotabato Cityf

5
2
1
1

9
2

1
3
2
1
6
3
1
1

84
20
5
22
14
23

Continued

90
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City
XIII - Caraga
Agusan del Norte
Butuan City
Agusan del Sur
Dinagat Islandsg
Surigao del Norte
Surigao del Sur

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Prov.

City Mun.

6
1
1
1
1
2

67
10

Population

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)

(May 1, 2010)

13
7
20
17

1,311
167
86
314
100
335
309

2,429,224
332,487
309,709
656,418
126,803
442,588
561,219

116
11
39
36
19
11

2,490
210
1,159
508
410
203

3,256,140
293,322
933,260
944,718
718,290
366,550

Autonomous Region in Muslim


Mindanao (ARMM)
Basilan
Lanao del Sur
Maguindanao
Sulu
Tawi-tawi

2
1
1

Notes:
Prov. - Province, Mun. - Municipality, Brgy. - Barangay
All cities shown on this table are Highly Urbanized Cities (HUCs)
except Isabela City (Component City) in Region IX and Cotabato
City (Independent Component City) in Region XII, whose provinces
(Basilan and Maguindanao) are under the regional jurisdiction
of ARMM per E. O. No. 36.
a

Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total.
Includes 18,989 persons residing in the areas disputed by the
City of Pasig (NCR) and the province of Rizal (Region IVA);
and 2,851 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates
and Mission Abroad.

Created under Executive Order No. 103 dividing Region IV into


Region IVA and Region IVB and transferring the province
of Aurora to Region III.
Continued

REGIONS, PROVINCES,
AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

Prov.

City Mun.

91

Brgy.

(September 30, 2013)

Population
(May 1, 2010)
Concluded

As per Executive Order No. 36 reorganizing Region IX to be


Zamboanga Peninsula.

As per Executive Order No. 36 reorganizing Region XI to be


known as Davao Region.

As per Executive Order No. 36 reorganizing Region XII to be


known as Soccsksargen.

Not a province

As of December 2, 2006 RA 9355

Converted into a highly urbanized city under Presidential


Proclamation No. 1637; ratified on December 18, 2008.

Sources: NSO, 2010 Census of Population, NSCB, and DILG,


National Barangay Operations Office

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Abbreviations Used

iii
iv
v - vi

Physiography

Historical Background

Constitution and Government


Agriculture
Banking and Insurance

3
4 8
9 13

Communications

14 16

Construction and Housing

17 22

Crime and Delinquency

23 24

Demography

25 30

Domestic Trade and Services

31 34

Education

35 41

Energy, Gas, and Water

42 44

Fishery

45 46

Foreign Trade

47 49

Forestry

50 51

Health and Welfare

52 56

Income and Prices

57 61

Labor and Employment

62 65

Manufacturing

66 67

Mines and Minerals

68 70

National Accounts

71 73

Public Finance

74 75

Tourism

76 79

Transportation

80 82

Vital Statistics

83 84

International Statistics
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iv

MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES

Cordillera Administrative Region

COMPOSITION
7,107 islands; 3,144 named;
300,000 sq. km.

Cagayan Valley

Ilocos Region
LAND AREAS
(in sq. km.)
Luzon
142,655.5
Mindanao 120,812.6
Samar
13,428.8
Negros
13,309.6
Palawan
14,896.3
Panay
12,507.1
Mindoro
10,245.6
Leyte
8,349.9
Cebu
6,331.1
Bohol
4,117.3

Central Luzon

National Capital Region


Bicol Region

Eastern Visayas
Calabarzon
Mimaropa

Caraga
Western Visayas

Central Visayas

Zamboanga Peninsula
ARMM
Northern Mindanao
Soccsksargen

Davao Region

ABBREVIATIONS USED
APEC
ATE
ASEAN
ASPBI
AY
B
BAS
BFAR
BFP
BID
BLES
BOC
BP
BSP
BTr
Calabarzon
CFO
CHEd
CHR
CY
CPBI
DA
DBM
DepEd
DENR
DILG
DMT
DND
DOE
DOF
DOH
DOLE
DOT
DOTC
DSWD
EU
FMB
FOB
GK
GSIS
GWH
ha
HDMF
HGC
HUDCC
kg

-Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation


-average total employment
-Association of Southeast Asian Nations
-Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry
-Academic Year
-billion
-Bureau of Agricultural Statistics
-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
-Bureau of Fire Protection
-Bureau of Immigration and Deportation
-Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics
-Bureau of Customs
-billion pesos
-Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
-Bureau of the Treasury
-Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon
-Commision on Filipinos Overseas
-Commission on Higher Education
-Commission on Human Rights
-Calendar Year
Census of Philippine Business and Industry
-Department of Agriculture
-Department of Budget and Management
-Department of Education
-Department of Environment and Natural Resources
-Department of the Interior and Local Government
-dry metric ton
-Department of National Defense
-Department of Energy
-Department of Finance
-Department of Health
-Department of Labor and Employment
-Department of Tourism
-Department of Transportation and Communications
-Department of Social Welfare and Development
-European Union
-Forest Management Bureau
-free-on-board
-gross kilogram
-Government Service Insurance System
-gigawatt-hours
-hectare
-Home Development Mutual Fund
-Home Guaranty Corporation
-Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
-kilogram

vi
km
LTO
LRTA
M
cu
MERALCO
MGB
MIAA
Mimaropa

ABBREVIATIONS USED

-kilometer
-Land Transportation Office
-Light Rail Transit Authority
-million
-cubic meters
-Manila Electric Company
-Mines and Geosciences Bureau
-Manila International Airport Authority
-Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque,
Romblon and Palawan
MP
-million peso
MT
-metric ton
MRTA
-Metro Rail Transit Authority
NAMRIA
-National Mapping and Resource Information Authority
-National Electrification Administration
NEA
-National Economic and Development Authority
NEDA
-National Housing Authority
NHA
NHMFC
-National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation
-National Irrigation Administration
NIA
NPC
-National Power Corporation
-National Statistical Coordination Board
NSCB
NSO
-National Statistics Office
NTC
-National Telecommunications Commission
p
-preliminary
p.a.
-per annum
PAGASA
-Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical
Services Administration
PDIC
-Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation
PIA
-Philippine Information Agency
-Philippine Long Distance Telecommunication
PLDT
PNP
-Philippine National Police
POEA
-Philippine Overseas Employment Administration
-Philippine Ports Authority
PPA
PRC
-Professional Regulations Commission
r
-revised
-special drawing rights
SDR
Soccsksargen -South Cotabato, Cotabato, Cotabato City, Sultan
Kudarat, Kidapawan City, Koronadal City, Tacurong City
Sarangani, and General Santos City
sq. m.
-square meters
SSS
-Social Security System
SY
-School Year
-Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
TESDA
-thousand
Th
-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
USSR
-not available