The

Philippines
in
Figures

2010

Republic of the Philippines

NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE

Republic of the Philippines

HER EXCELLENCY
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO

NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE
CARMELITA N. ERICTA
Administrator
PAULA MONINA G. COLLADO
Deputy Administrator

Philippines in Figures
Printed in folded spreadsheet: 1991-1994
Printed in booklet form: 1995-1997, 1999–2003, 2005-2010
ISSN 1655-2539

CONTENTS
Map of the Philippines
Abbreviations Used
Physiography
Historical Background
Constitution and Government
Agriculture
Banking and Insurance
Communications
Construction and Housing
Crime and Delinquency
Demography
Domestic Trade and Services
Education
Energy, Gas, and Water
Fishery
Foreign Trade
Forestry
Health and Welfare
Income and Prices
Labor and Employment
Manufacturing
Mines and Minerals
National Accounts
Public Finance
Tourism
Transportation
Vital Statistics
International Statistics
Newly Organized Philippines
Regular NSO Publications

iii
iv
v - vi
1
2
3
4- 7
8 - 12
13 - 15
16 - 20
21 - 22
23 - 27
28 - 30
31 - 36
37 - 39
40 - 41
42 - 44
45 - 46
47 - 51
52 - 55
56 - 59
60 - 61
62 - 64
65 - 66
6 7- 68
69 - 72
73 - 75
76 - 77
78
79 - 83
84

iv

MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES

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

Cordillera Administrative Region

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
Western Visayas

Northern Mindanao

Caraga
Central Visayas

Zamboanga Peninsula

ARMM

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

v

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
NEA
-National Electrification Administration
NEDA
-National Economic and Development Authority
NHA
-National Housing Authority
NHMFC
-National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation
NIA
-National Irrigation Administration
NPC
-National Power Corporation
NSCB
-National Statistical Coordination Board
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
PLDT
-Philippine Long Distance Telecommunication
PNP
-Philippine National Police
POEA
-Philippine Overseas Employment Administration
PPA
-Philippine Ports Authority
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
TESDA
-Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
Th
-thousand
-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
USSR

- not available

PHYSIOGRAPHY

1

T

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 December 31, 2009, the country had 80
provinces, 137 cities, 1,497 municipalities, and 42,023 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

2

A

HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND

rchaeological findings indicate indigenous Filipinos, not
Asian migrants, were the Philippines’ first settlers. Through
time, foreign races streamed into the country and left traces
in the genetics of Filipinos.

Ferdinand Magellan’s rediscovery of the Philippines on March
1521 signaled more than 300 years of Spanish colonial rule. Due to
injustice and oppression that the Filipinos have experienced under
Spanish, mass unrests sparked into revolution that weakened
Spanish government.

16,
the
the
the

While Filipino revolts were continuing in the Philippines, the
United States intervened in support of Cuba which was then fighting for
independence from being a Spanish colony. This led to Spain’s
declaration of war against the United States in April 1898. Americans
defeated the Spanish forces.
In the Philippines, General Emilio Aguinaldo and other leaders of
the Philippine Revolution assembled in Kawit, Cavite and declared the
independence of the country on June 12, 1898.
Six months after, Spain gave up the Philippines to the United
States through the Treaty of Paris. Filipinos’ resentment of the fact that
they had a new colonizer led to the outbreak of the Filipino-American
War from 1899 to 1902. The war was eventually won by Americans.
Their sovereignty was later recognized in the islands although Filipinos’
long-held dream of independence remained.
While the Americans were training Filipinos in self-governance,
World War II broke out. Japanese troops invaded the Philippines on
January 2, 1942 and occupied the nation until October 20, 1944.
Following two decades of war, five presidents emerged in
succession to carry out the task of rebuilding the Republic. In 1972, then
President Ferdinand E. 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. President Fidel V. Ramos
succeeded her in 1992. In the 1998 elections, Joseph E. Estrada,
supported by the masses, won and became the 13th President of the
Republic. However, barely two years in service, Estrada was forced to
step down from office by yet another people power revolution on
January 20, 2001. Immediately, the then Vice President Gloria
Macapagal-Arroyo took oath as the 14th President and still seats on
leadership after a peaceful election in 2004. Despite several coup
attempts, her government remains unperturbed and her 10-point
development agenda still being enforced.

CONSTITUTION
AND GOVERNMENT

3

T

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 President’s 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 2007 national elections,
congressmen and 21 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

4

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

2006

2007

2008

85,734.3
77,401.1
2,292.4
1,632.3
4,408.5

86,911.3
78,214.1
2,349.8
1,636.2
4,711.2

94,736.6
85,729.9
2,327.1
1,713.8
4,965.8

Value of production (MP )
(At current prices)
Agricultural crops
Livestocks
Poultry
Fishery

456,748.6r
155,372.8
110,174.3
163,374.4

974,142.6 1,162,345.1
512,275.0
634,945.8
163,074.7
180,976.8
118,247.8
130,911.4
180,545.1
215,511.1

(At constant 1985 prices)
Agricultural crops
Livestocks
Poultry
Fishery

303,999.4
143,699.3
40,318.7
44,455.0
75,526.7

318,068.2
151,559.5
41,294.3
44,552.6
80,661.8

330,532.9
157,697.8
40,856.4
46,650.7
85,328.0

4,070.4
2,441.8

4,159.9
2,570.7

4,460.0
2,661.0

2005
3.60
2.15

2006
3.68
2.37

2007
3.80
2.54

2006
15,326.7

2007
16,240.2

2008
16,815.6

159,244.5
50,424.9

182,052.6
53,430.3

236,258.5
55,323.2

Area harvested (Th Ha)
Palay
Corn
Yield per hectare (MT)
Palay
Corn
Palay
Volume of production (Th MT)
Value of production (MP)
At current prices
At constant 1985 prices

885,670.1

Continued

AGRICULTURE

5
2006

2007

2008

6,082.1

6,737.0

6,927.1

54,434.9
18,185.5

65,887.4
20,143.5

75,713.6
20,712.2

3,360.5
2,519.5
13,046.7
3,734.2

3,384.0
2,566.0
13,459.0
4,049.0

3,339.2
2,558.4
13,701.0
4,162.0

Poultry inventory (Th Head)
Chicken
Broiler
Layer (foreign strain)
Native or improved 1
Duck

134,332.8
35,986.8
21,375.3
76,970.7
11,146.7

135,640.0
38,408.0
23,345.0
73,887.0
10,162.2

154,266.0
52,231.0
25,174.0
76,861.0
10,428.0

Status of irrigation
(Area in hectares)
Total irrigable area

3,126,340

3,126,340

3,126,340

Total service area
National
Communal2
Private3

1,427,924
704,746
548,978
174,200

1,434,597
706,377
554,020
174,200

1,519,942
748,593
554,020
217,329

45.7

46.0

48.6

Gross value added in agriculture

2007

2008

At current prices (MP)
Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra
Sugarcane
Banana
Other crops
Livestock
Poultry
Agricultural activities and services

795,691
150,667
55,022
45,932
23,948
45,204
245,750
116,892
68,650
43,626

928,023
193,766
63,370
63,399
26,506
58,453
262,862
131,928
76,205
51,533

2009a
642,907
133,754
51,680
41,721
13,997
50,838
157,833
99,167
58,401
35,516

Corn
Volume of production (Th MT)
Value of production (MP)
At current prices
At constant 1985 prices
Livestock inventory (Th Head)
Carabao
Cattle
Hog
Goat

Irrigation development (% )

Continued

6

AGRICULTURE

Gross value added in agriculture

2007

2008

2009a

At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra
Sugarcane
Banana
Other crops
Livestock
Poultry
Agricultural activities and services

191,405
43,429
16,054
8,249
5,460
6,821
46,165
29,083
25,069
11,075

196,270
44,968
16,510
8,501
6,499
7,918
45,450
28,774
26,251
11,399

137,129
29,137
13,323
6,394
3,793
6,140
30,295
20,871
18,854
8,323

Implicit price index (1985=100)
Palay
Corn
Coconut, including copra
Sugarcane
Banana
Other crops
Livestock
Poultry
Agricultural activities and services

415.71
346.92
342.72
556.84
438.64
662.75
532.33
401.92
273.85
393.92

472.83
430.90
383.82
745.79
407.83
738.26
578.36
458.50
290.29
452.09

468.8
459.1
387.9
652.5
369.1
828.0
521.0
475.1
309.8
426.7

2003

2005

2006b

703
97,326
95,650
1,676
7,643.2
35,285.1
26,733.3
14,725.4

685
103,757
103,507
250
9,690.5
43,730.2
33,223.4
13,170.2

747
115,809
115,499
310
11,447.3
57,921.2
45,997.0
15,140.6

1,216.0
281.2
113.9

2,268.5
231.5
182.5

1,779.8
1,364.4
170.6

Agriculture establishments
With ATE 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

AGRICULTURE

7
Concluded

Agriculture establishments

2003

2005

2006b

2,190
17,125
14,517
2,608
643.9
4,219.0
2,829.3
1,865.1

2,568
20,098
16,949
3,149
878.7
7,189.8
5,847.7
2,086.7

711
9,020
8,335
685
497.4
5,277.8
4,187.4
1,271.3

287.9
128.1
3.1

150.5
201.2
324.7

56.6
24.0
51.4

With ATE 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)

1

Includes gamefowl.

2

Includes newly developed areas in CY 2003.

3

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

a

As of third quarter

b

CPBI, Final results

Sources: NSO, Census of Agriculture and Annual Survey/Census
of Philippine Business and Industry, BAS, NIA, and NSCB

BANKING
AND INSURANCE

8

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

2007

2008

2009a

21,536
7,744
4,275
3,801
474
1,336
861
300

22,595
7,848
4,404


1,296
828
299

22,939
7,898
4,435


1,291
840
302

161
14
2,133
2,011
122
13,792

150
19
2,148


14,747

130
19
2,172


15,041

6,613.79
5,244.70
4,578.33
501.78
373.12
81.60

7,296.44
5,907.67
5,219.10
510.37
366.92
77.40

7,432.32
6,012.48
5,299.70
548.90

46.41
0.65
164.59
1,369.09

65.40
0.65
178.20
1,388.77



163.88
1,419.84

Resources of financial
system (BP )1
Banks
Universal and commercial banks
Thrift banks
Savings and mortgage banks
Private development banks
Stock savings and loan
associations
Microfinance banks
Rural and cooperative banks
Nonbanks
Gross international
reserves of BSP (M US$ )
Reserve positions
in the fund
Gold
Gross international
reserves of BSP (M US$ )
Special drawing rights
Foreign investments
Foreign exchange

2007
2008
2009b
33,751.06 37,550.82 39,986.42
138.28
3,540.61

135.02
4,357.93

136.25
4,856.05

10.35
0.74
10.65
29,715.21 32,065.86 34,276.18
707.59
356.22
981.36
Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE
Net international reserves
of the BSP (M US$ )
Total assets
Total liabilities

9
2007

2008

2009b

33,744.12 36,036.14 38,338.48
33,751.06 37,550.82 39,162.45
6.94 1,514.68
823.97

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
Average lending rates
2

of commercial banks

46.1484
0.3919
63.1489

44.4746
0.4320
65.1686

47.8631
0.5030
64.3184

92.3479
43.0173
38.4496
30.5111
38.5971
5.9149
1.4047
0.0497
30.6124
13.4272
1.4331
0.0051
12.3179

82.0696
41.7991
41.0514
31.3116
37.6375
5.7126
1.4105
0.0409
31.4224
13.3387
1.3403
0.0046
11.8607

72.4595
40.1641
42.6723
32.1201
34.6839
6.1745
1.4317
0.0360
32.2283
13.3703
1.3728
0.0044
12.7627

70.5869

70.1843

72.4043

2007

2008

2009c

8.69

8.75

9.38

Average peso savings
deposit rates2
Average peso time

2.20

2.22

2.37

2006

2007

2008

4.900
5.496
5.294

3.380
3.711
3.696

3.994
4.667
4.488

2

deposit rates
30-45 days
46-60 days
61-90 days

Continued

10
Average peso time

BANKING
AND INSURANCE
2006

2007

2008

4.893
5.558
6.118
4.983
4.859
4.981
4.886
4.981

3.561
3.648
4.114
3.416
3.152
3.416
3.156
3.429

3.833
3.730
4.673
4.094
3.876
4.077
3.878
4.071

deposit rates (% p.a.)

1.079

1.196

0.854

Average dollar time
deposit rates (% p.a.)
60 days and below
61-90 days and below
91-180 days
More than 180 days

3.090
3.210
3.347
3.495

3.141
3.260
3.345
3.486

2.098
2.189
2.265
2.387

deposit rates2
91-180 days
181 days-I year
Over I year-2 years
Over 2 years
1 year and below
Over 1 year
2 years and below
All maturities
Average dollar savings

Gross value added in financial
intermediation
At current prices (MP)
Banks
Nonbanks
Insurance

2007

2008

2009d

361,972
252,220
35,603
74,148

404,860
294,380
35,655
74,825

335,312
254,510
24,758
56,044

At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Banks
Nonbanks
Insurance

81,310
56,732
7,972
16,606

83,356
60,689
7,308
15,358

67,082
50,960
4,941
11,180

Implicit price index (1985=100)
Banks
Nonbanks
Insurance

445.17
444.58
446.61
446.51

485.70
485.06
487.20
487.20

499.90
499.40
501.00
501.30

Continued

BANKING
AND INSURANCE
Financial intermediation
establishments
With ATE 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)
With ATE 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)

11
2003

2005

2006e

605
776
728
123,517 132,203
142,576
123,088 131,650
142,137
429
553
439
50,978.1 61,100.5 66,399.3
446,065.9 554,166.9 643,845.7
296,246.3 349,347.5 407,081.0
198,827.6 265,835.1 310,953.9
14,600.0
(111.2)
398.6

9,725.5
49.7
852.3

7,578.1
(584.6)
860.0

15,181
100,676
94,195
6,481
9,237.6
61,606.8
26,143.5
38,267.0

15,980
85,349
79,988
5,361
10,704.3
68,481.9
29,518.9
45,134.7

11,740
59,096
55,542
3,554
8,176.0
57,037.1
29,914.3
30,919.9

3,288.7
(19.4)
25.7

2,089.6
234.8
-

465.0
(126.9)
26.1

Government Service
Insurance System
Members (M )
Assets (BP )
Investments (BP )
Reserves (BP )

2006

2007

2008

1.37
411.19
316.57
376.10

1.36
441.87
372.18
424.75

1.50
484.34
349.22
460.51

Social Security System
Members (M )
Assets (BP )
Investments (BP )
Reserves (BP )

27.52
228.56
205.23
224.99

28.04
247.78
225.57
243.02

28.59
233.12
218.48
225.60
Continued

12

BANKING
AND INSURANCE
Concluded

Philippine Deposit Insurance
Corporation
Assets (MP )
Investments (BP )
Total deposit insurance
fund (MP)

2007

2006

2008

137,977.1 131,643.0 142,316.5
68.9
78.5
80.5
49,384.6

54,265.9

60,461.7

Notes :
Details may not add up to totals due to rounding.
1
Supervised and/or regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
2
Weighted averages in percent per annum
a
As of June
b
As of July
c
As of February
d
As of third quarter
e
CPBI, Final results
Sources: NSO, BSP, NSCB, GSIS, SSS, and PDIC

COMMUNICATIONS

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)

13
2006

2007

2008

7,198,922
3,009,791
1,507,197
653,616
443,910
1,584,408

7,168,261
3,009,791
1,507,197
658,228
443,910
1,549,135

7,371,318
3,009,791
1,460,607
656,357
443,910
1,800,653

8.28

8.10

8.35

3,633,188
2,006,773
329,908
431,366
227,057
638,084

3,940,082
2,108,058
329,908
451,351
379,724
671,041

4,076,140
2,108,058
534,383
293,797
379,724
760,178

4.18

4.45

4.21

86,972,500 88,542,991 88,272,991

Cellular mobile telephone service (CMTS)
Subscribers (by operator)
42,868,911 57,344,815 68,094,756
Smart
17,201,005 20,339,204 20,899,753
Globe Telecom
16,659,742 22,770,000 24,701,820
Piltel
6,974,379 9,701,826 14,308,493
Digitel
2,000,000 4,500,000 8,154,202
Others
33,785
33,785
30,488
CMTS density
(per 100 population)
50.88
64.76
75.28
Internet service providers (ISPs)
NTC-registered ISPs
Estimated subscribers

Trunk radio distribution
(by operator)
Next Mobile
Contel
Worldwide
Others

194
2,000,000

213
2,500,000

237
3,000,000

2005

2006

2007

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

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

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

14

Broadcast media
AM
FM
TV
Cable television
DTU

Licensed radio stations

COMMUNICATIONS
2006

2007

2008

375
596
233
1,501
4

382
628
250
789
4

383
659
297
873
3

2006

2007

130,491

128,905

2008a
132,147

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
-

2006

2007

2008

1,551

1,471

1,508

438
402
36

417
386
31

402
370
32

2007

2008

2009b

229,772
68,713

242,531
72,378

178,893
53,341

Implicit price index (1985=100)

334.39

335.09

335.04

Communications establishments

2003

2005

2006c

167
41,414
41,388
26
18,322.8
208,411.3

210
41,986
41,844
142
20,178.4
273,885.6

158
38,376
38,294
82
24,029.6
266,425.3

Regular post offices
Mail volume handled (M)
Posted and delivered mails
Received from foreign countries
Gross value added
in communications
At current prices (MP)
At constant 1985 prices (MP)

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

Continued

COMMUNICATIONS

15
Concluded
2003

Communications establishments
With ATE of 20 and over
Total cost (MP)
157,053.5
Value added (MP)
143,255.2
Gross additions to fixed
assets (MP)
49,250.0
Change in inventories (MP)
(1,686.9)
Subsidies (MP)
6,953.0
With ATE 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)

2005

c

2006

172,438.7
202,208.8

156,993.4
197,577.6

34,144.6
(416.0)
119.5

36,631.0
(770.3)
15.0

1,105
6,816
6,220
596
402.7
1,882.5
1,414.5
795.7

1,349
9,695
8,787
908
695.1
3,288.2
2,002.9
1,725.8

417
3,630
3,494
136
436.9
2,069.0
1,414.5
924.2

460.6
(7.1)
-

44.5
(3.9)
-

66.6

-

a

As of June
As of third quarter
c
CPBI, Final results
b

Sources: NSO, Annual Survey/Census of Philippine Business
and Industry , NSCB, NTC, PIA, and PhilPost

16
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 1985 prices (MP)
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Construction establishments
With ATE 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)
With ATE of less than 20
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
2006

2007

2008p

75,932
9,104.8
58,454.5
6,420

61,308
7,737.4
53,566.8
6,923

71,466
9,305.3
69,043.5
7,420

15,580.0
6,599.6
54,268.3
8,223

11,054
7,028.8
64,183.2
9,131

10,718
6,310.1
49,718.0
7,879

6,233
902.2
5,461.3
6,053

4,621
881.8
5,704.0
6,468

4,010
651.5
4,189.9
6,432

12,818
4,027.2

8,895
3,364.6

10,101
8,110.7

2007

2008

2009a

299,851
60,899

346,295
65,674

296,056
54,629

492.37

527.29

541.90

2003

2005

2006b

537
97,083
96,544
539
9,760.1
60,791.3
49,075.3
14,496.5

679
659
92,261 107,488
91,870 107,097
391
391
11,868.6 14,550.5
86,595.2 106,022.7
66,565.6 81,215.4
25,499.4 30,921.4

2,893.8
329.1
585.2

2,023.8
1,133.9
408.1

1,477.2
3,850.9
161.0

1,995
21,518
20,181
1,336

1,801
17,905
16,171
1,734

453
4,706
4,418
288
Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING

17
2003
1,506.7
13,666.6
10,054.4
4,283.9

2005
1,686.4
16,778.6
13,718.2
5,896.2

2006b
511.6
10,456.9
7,417.2
3,699.1

3,774.9
76.7
0.3

386.4
2,165.4
-

126.8
417.3
22.3

1980

1990

2000

8,501
7,911
144
321

11,018
9,991
332
644

14,891
13,065
528
1,030

38
1
1
-

37
3
9
3

41
5
10
212

By tenure status
Owned or being amortized
Rented
Being occupied for free,
with consent of owner
Being occupied for free,
without consent of owner
Not reported

8,607.2
6,903.0
1,023.2

11,407.2
9,466.8
917.1

15,278.8
10,866.0
1,542.6

636.5

993.3

2,048.0

44.5

30.1

190.7
631.5

By type of fuel used for lighting
Electricity
Kerosene
Liquefied petroleum gas
Oil
Others

8,607.2
3,217.7
5,156.2
166.4
10.3
56.6

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

8,607.2

11,407.2

15,278.8

1,423.6
913.1

2,572.3
2,169.7

4,177.7
2,950.9

673.2
706.9

967.4
1,696.1

1,389.8
2,406.2

Construction establishments
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
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 main source of water supply
for drinking and/or cooking
Community water system
Own use faucet
Shared faucet
Tubed or piped deep well
Own use
Shared

Continued

18
Households in occupied
housing units (Th)

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
1980

1990

2000

Tubed or piped shallow well
Dug well
Spring, lake, river, rain
Peddler
Bottled water
Others

1,129.1
1,104.4
1,124.6


1,532.3

920.1
1,566.2
1,313.9
201.2

1,098.6
1,209.3
1,350.7
348.6
55.2
291.7

By kind of toilet facility
Water-sealed, sewer/septic tank
Used exclusively by household
Shared with other households
Water-sealed, other despository
Used exclusively by household
Shared with other households
Closed pit
Open pit
Others
None

8,607.2

11,407.2

15,278.8

1,748.0
531.3

3,916.6
942.4

6,416.9
1,286.1

1,360.2
549.2
1,440.2
1,274.2
153.9
1,550.2

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

8,607.2
5,615.8
1,392.0
1,114.4

485.0

11,407.2
7,577.8
3,734.2
2,366.1

406.0

900.3

15,278.8
11,490.7
8,057.0
5,020.0
3,163.4
2,164.5
3,120.7
1,866.2








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

3,372.7
1,058.0
19.9

11,018.2
5,543.8
132.1

14,891.1
10,066.7
138.1

By presence of household
conveniences
Radio or cassette
Television
Refrigerator or freezer
Video cassette/recorder
Telephone or cellphone
Washing machine
Motorized vehicle
By usual manner of garbage
disposal
Picked up by garbage truck
Dumping in individual pit
Burning
Composting
Burying
Feeding to animals
Others
By construction materials
of outer walls and roof
Galvanized iron/aluminum
Tile/concrete/clay tile

Continued

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
Occupied housing units (Th)
Half-galvanized iron/
half-concrete
Wood
Nipa/cogon/anahaw
Makeshift salvaged/
improvised materials
Asbestos/others
Not reported

19
1980

1990

2000



2,032.9

358.9
269.8
4,512.2

689.2
306.1
3,315.4

72.2
4.9
184.8

110.1
90.1
1.2

107.8
57.3
210.5

Pag-ibig Expanded Housing

2006

2007

2008

Loan Program
Housing loans granted (MP)
Number of units

16,194.8
33,066

23,665.2
47,367

34,028.5
62,507

2005

2006

2007

114,856
25,643.0

96,838
28,606.0

122,216
41,847.4

43,229
2,128.3

37,601
3,055.4

41,528
3,517.7

12,710
621.4

13,783
740.5

11,822
626.0

Government housing projects
Total
Social security units
Amount (M)
National Housing Authority
Social security units
Amount (M)
National Home Mortgage
Finance Corporation
Social security units
Amount (M)
Home Development Mutual Fund
Social security units
Amount (M)
Home Guaranty Corporation
Social security units
Amount (M)

53,421
20,638.3

33,066
47,367
16,194.8 23,665.2

5,496
2,255.0

12,388
21,499
8,615.3 14,038.5

2007

2008

2009a

of dwellings and real estate
At current prices (MP)
Real estate
Ownership of dwellings

373,902
75,568
298,333

412,646
94,942
317,704

319,631
67,808
251,823

At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Real estate
Ownership of dwellings

63,223
16,934
46,290

66,853
19,447
47,407

50,272
13,536
36,736

Gross value added in ownership

Continued

20

CONSTRUCTION
AND HOUSING
Concluded

Gross value added in ownership

2007

2008

591.40
446.28
644.49

617.24
488.21
670.17

2003

2005

a

2009

of dwellings and real estate
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Real estate
Ownership of dwellings
Real estate, renting, and owner-

635.80
501.00
685.50
b

2006

ship of dwelling establishments
With ATE 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)

1,492
224,410
223,443
967
30,054.8
104,234.6
56,380.1
59,365.6

2,087
1,768
324,325 412,432
323,272 411,572
1,053
860
50,856.3 76,371.0
173,366.7 219,829.8
84,883.2 96,418.9
108,696.4 138,150.4

10,288.0
(163.0)
486.0

11,061.2
3,817.5
378.3

11,795.4
(2,564.8)
314.8

33,714
134,035
109,596
24,439
10,101.8
50,505.1
34,097.5
20,987.6

40,593
151,123
111,286
39,837
10,010.1
47,829.5
27,670.4
25,074.0

11,431
69,191
63,824
5,367
8,837.3
51,385.6
33,511.6
23,485.6

21,093.4
(12.9)
20.9

1,983.7
73.4
16.6

1,144.4
772.0
179.7

With ATE 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)
p
a
b

Preliminary
As of third quarter
CPBI, Final results

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

CRIME
AND DELINQUENCY

21
2006

2007

2008

71,226
63,078
88.56

65,944
58,278
88.37

66,846
59,779
89.43

Index crimes
Crimes against persons
Murder
Homicide
Physical injury
Rape
Crimes against property
Robbery
Theft
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)

41,576
24,278
6,200
3,296
12,198
2,584
17,298
7,313
9,985

37,057
22,256
5,962
2,890
10,995
2,409
14,801
6,520
8,281
30,235
81.59

36,576
21,719
5,820
2,475
10,839
2,585
14,857
6,584
8,273
30,243
82.70

Nonindex crimes
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)

29,650

28,887
28,043
97.08

30,270
29,536
97.60

2006

2007

2008

82
48
35

116
66
51

74
41
34

15,064
4,182
2,388
1,956
1,067
1,021
1,115
866
750
1,036
284

12,223
3,021
2,075
1,287
888
1,149
675
777
646
515
319

14,589
4,323
1,904
2,107
1,048
1,414
924
765
622
903
201

91
308

222
649

70
308

Reported crimes
Total
Solved
Efficiency rate (%)

Crime rate (per 100,000 population)
Philippines
Index
Nonindex
Causes of traffic accidents
Total
Driver's error
Mechanical defect
Over speeding
Bad overtaking
Road defect/under repair
Self accidents
Hit and run
Bad turning
Over loading
Drunk driving
Using cellular phone
while driving
Others

Continued

22

Causes of fire incidents
Total
Electrical connections
Open flame due to torch or sulo
Open flame due to unattended
cooking or stove
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
Undertermined
Other statistics
Policeman to population ratio
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
Highway robbery

CRIME
AND DELINQUENCY
2007

2008

2009

9,042
2,195
949

7,726
2,359
811

8,271
2,520
395

480

402

574

414
323
280
213
186

398
340
416
197
246

411
353
561
194
194

113
93

176
104

126
99

62
61
41
6
5
2,202
1,419

128
52
30
5
9
639
1,414

85
44
66
19
4
1,313
1,313

2006

2007

2008

1:757
1:6,039

1:738
1:6,106

1:737
1:5,702

5,889
6,114

6,679
6,688

7,456
8,588

4,703
60,732
44
21

4,278
60,205
28
25

3,526
61,370
44
16

1,136

814
1,508
73


450
45

Sources: PNP, DND, CHR, BFP, and Bureau of Corrections

DEMOGRAPHY

Total population
Male
Female
Household population
Male
Female
Institutional population
Male
Female
2
Population density (persons/km )
(Land area: 340,574.7 km2)

23
1995

2000

2007

(Sept. 1)

(May 1)

(Aug. 1)

68,616,536 76,504,077 88,574,614
34,584,170 38,524,266

34,032,366 37,979,811

68,431,213 76,332,470

34,462,837 38,416,929

33,968,376 37,915,541

185,323
171,607

121,333
107,337

63,990
64,270

201
1990-95

225

260

1995-2000 2000-2007

Annual average population
growth rate (%)

2.32

2.36

2.04

Average household size

1990
5.1

1995
5.0

2000
5.0

Population distribution (%)
Urban
Rural

47.02
52.98


48.03
51.97

Sex ratio (males/100 females)

101.1

101.6

101.4

Age distribution (%)
Children (0-14 years )
Working age (15-64 years )
Elderly (65 years and over )

39.6
57.0
3.4

38.4
58.1
3.5

37.0
59.2
3.8

Voting population (18 years
and over )

53.7

54.6

56.6

75.5
69.5
6.0

72.2
66.1
6.1

69.0
62.6
6.5

2008
90,457.2
45,483.1
44,974.1

2009
92,226.6
46,368.9
45,857.7

2010
94,013.2
47,263.6
46,749.6

Dependency ratio (%)
Total
Youth
Old
Projected population (Th) 1
Total
Male
Female

Continued

24

DEMOGRAPHY

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

2015

2020

2025

11,386.6
32,681.1
62,440.6
7,843.6
26,872.6

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

1998a

2003b

2006c

and total fertiltity
rate (TFR)
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-29 years
30-34 years
35-39 years
40-44 years
45-49 years

3.7
46
177
210
155
111
40
7

3.5
53
178
191
142
95
43
5

3.2
38
149
171
137
93
37
6

Other demographic

Age-specific

2010-2015

2015-2020

2015-2025

indicators1
Projected average annual
population growth rate

1.82

1.64

1.46

Projected total fertility rate

2.96

2.76

2.57

24.03

22.20

20.33

Crude birth rate2
2

Crude death rate

Crude rate of natural increase2

5.85

5.77

5.78

18.18

16.43

14.55

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

1990

1995

2000

44,031,135
20,511,276
21,428,785
1,689,159
280,136
73,141
48,638

50,358,679
22,994,722
24,129,672
1,943,190
332,729
887,399
70,967

57,139,794
25,079,211
26,088,223
2,353,171
558,023
2,438,867
622,299

By religious affiliation
Roman Catholic
Islam

60,561,106
50,217,801
2,769,643



76,332,470
61,862,898
3,862,409
Continued

DEMOGRAPHY
Household population

25
1990

1995

2000

423,151
1,414,393
1,590,208
384,423

2,152,786
1,762,845
1,508,662
609,570

902,446
278,472
2,578,579








60,559,116
By ethnicity/mother tongue
Tagalog
16,911,871
Cebuano
14,713,220
Ilocano
5,923,511
Bisaya/Binisaya
139,198
Hiligaynon/Ilongo
5,656,103
Bikol/Bicol
3,519,236
Waray
2,437,688
4,184
Other foreign languages/dialects
Other local languages/dialects 10,862,641
Not reported
391,464

68,431,123
20043476
14486869
6370938

6234075
3893731
2607226
61588
13227736
1505485

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

2005

2006

2007

7,924,188
79,003
2,997,038
858,075
3,420,537
321,828
247,707

8,233,172
89,798
3,063,362
888,260
3,577,292
339,963
274,497

8,726,520
90,403
3,401,024
953,519
3,653,007
362,014
266,553

By religious affiliation
Evangelicals
Iglesia ni Cristo
Aglipayan
Seventh Day Adventist
United Church of Christ
in the Philippines
Jehova's Witness
Others

Stock estimate of overseas
Filipinos3
Africa
Asia
Europe
Americas and trust territories
Oceania
Sea-based workers

Registered Filipino emigrants
By country of destination
United States of America
Canada
Japan
Australia
New Zealand
Italy

416,681
380,059
3,776,560

2006

2007

2008

82,967

80,599

70,800

49,522
13,230
9,742
3,735
1,973
954

46,420
14,572
8,806
3,467
1,639
1,490

34,201
16,443
7,682
3,657
1,252
2,405
Continued

26
Registered Filipino emigrants
By country of destination
Spain
United Kingdom
South Korea
Germany
Other countries

DEMOGRAPHY
2006

2007

2008

898
556
281
457
1,619

933
654
576
424
1,618

907
552
1,482
489
1,730

By sex
Male
Female

82,967
32,259
50,708

80,559
30,877
49,722

70,800
27,839
42,961

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

82,967
17,919
16,436
20,907
12,255
6,091
4,969
4,390

80,559
17,011
16,520
17,637
11,461
6,287
6,176
5,507

70,800
15,420
14,959
15,103
10,163
5,984
5,323
3,779

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

82,967

80,599

70,800

12,526

7,815

7,072

1,449
1,945
3,564
1,192

1,708
2,153
3,576
1,266

1,553
1,979
3,037
1,188

1,086

1,201

948

2,260
310

2,374
259

2,188
226

Continued

DEMOGRAPHY

Registered Filipino emigrants
By major occupational group
Unemployed
Housewives
Retirees
Students
Minors (below 7 years old)
Out of school youth
No occupation reported
Number of Filipino spouses

27

2006

2007

Concluded
2008

17,701
3,152
20,465
6,692
178
10,447

17,677
4,310
21,151
5,620
307
11,182

14,396
3,322
18,885
4,954
299
10,753

2006

2007

2008

24,904

23,927

18,436

10,190
8,601
1,541
988
415
619
528
284
278
282
1,178

11,789
6,114
1,267
978
804
600
441
314
269
207
1,144

8,333
4,142
1,348
1,011
809
500
417
253
256
195
1,172

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)
2
3

Per thousand midyear population
Includes permanent, temporary, and irregular Filipino immigrants

a

1998 National Demographic and Health Survey
2003 National Demographic and Health Survey
c
2006 Family Planning Survey
b

Sources: NSO, CFO, and POEA

28
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)
Wholesale
Retail
At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Wholesale
Retail
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Wholesale
Retail

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES
2007

2008

2009a

22,799.1
439,424.4

18,350.5
413,987.4

11,891.6
290,069.4

43.0
2,040.9

30.3
1645.8

28.5
2517.8

0.7
20.6

-

-

2007

2008

2009a

981,454
216,195
765,259
233,863
55,955
177,908

1,088,198
247,168
841,030
236,705
58,997
177,708

793,215
149,892
643,323
171,319
36,622
134,697

419.67
386.37
430.14

459.73
418.95
473.27

463.00
409.30
477.60

2003

2005

2006b

Wholesale and retail trade;
repair of motor vehicles,
motorcycles, and personal
households goods
establishments
With ATE 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)

4,329
6,076
4,476
256,912
318,416
241,843
254,476
316,363
240,267
2,436
2,053
1,576
29,435.3
37,324.9
36,299.5
745,143.4 1,012,152.0 1,019,866.1
674,802.4
934,453.5
941,913.9
99,893.6
106,628.4
102,990.3
12,962.3
13,823.7
72.8

6,266.7
12,276.8
239.6

5,361.5
9,870.8
136.5
Continued

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES

29

Wholesale and retail trade
2003

2005

2006b

360,766
1,456,259
941,671
514,588
45,270.1
711,226.7
603,791.8
133,502.0

360,112
1,457,847
1,036,769
421,078
58,550.0
804,962.5
707,846.6
127,276.6

49,736
330,607
298,781
31,826
25,326.7
567,035.2
515,262.3
70,716.8

7,846.1
12,679.5
169.6

7,913.3
12,182.1
-

3,025.4
7,697.7
2.3

2007

2008

2009a

Gross value added in other services
At current prices (MP)
1,410,202
Government
473,290
Private
936,912
Educational
170,176
Medical and health
107,432
Business
257,874
Recreational
73,765
Personal
194,639
Hotel and restaurant
119,150
Others
13,876

1,556,500
519,583
1,036,916
178,154
116,557
302,342
81,172
214,256
129,992
14,442

1,231,101
412,846
818,255
135,611
93,959
245,955
62,638
168,589
99,616
11,888

establishments
With ATE 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)

At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Government
Private
Educational
Medical and health
Business
Recreational
Personal
Hotel and restaurant
Others

173,020
56,646
116,374
10,206
17,314
26,754
14,445
27,053
17,574
3,028

181,802
59,778
122,024
9,945
17,513
29,682
15,355
28,285
18,122
3,121

140,574
47,725
92,848
7,160
13,490
23,311
11,550
21,463
13,448
2,427

Implicit price index (1985=100)
Government
Private
Educational
Medical and health

815.05
835.52
805.09
1,667.35
620.50

856.15
869.19
849.76
1,791.39
665.54

875.80
865.00
881.30
1,893.90
696.50
Continued

30

DOMESTIC TRADE
AND SERVICES
Concluded

Gross value added
(other services)
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Recreational
Personal
Hotel and restaurant
Others

2007

2008

2009a

510.66
719.49
677.98
458.30

528.63
757.48
717.32
462.71

542.30
785.50
740.80
489.80

2003

2005

2006b

537
46,728
45,496
1,232
8,172.3
63,622.7
33,207.5
38,854.2

828
54,278
52,859
1,419
10,727.1
81,035.8
42,901.9
47,327.1

550
45,716
44,767
949
9,790.0
68,754.4
40,155.2
34,992.9

3,019.9
(3.5)
205.8

2,800.1
315.1
181.4

2,043.9
(63.5)
248.7

38,888
125,459
79,254
46,205
4,071.5
16,016.2
9,147.1
8,335.4

44,986
138,248
81,150
57,098
4,125.5
17,471.3
9,232.6
9,358.3

5,482
36,759
32,419
4,340
2,295.2
9,467.2
6,314.0
4,044.6

259.0
53.4
-

377.2
36.2
3.8

212.1
20.8
2.6

Other community, social,
and personal services
establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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 third quarter
CPBI Final results

Sources: NSO and NSCB

EDUCATION AND LITERACY
Household population

31

1990

By highest educational attainment
(5 years old and over)
48,865,341
No grade completed
2,838,844
Preschool
432,359
Elementary
24,630,569
High school
12,780,193
Postsecondary
1,088,665
College undergraduate
3,737,464
Academic degree holder
3,121,304
Postbaccalaureate

Not stated
235,943
Schools
Elementary
Public
Private
Secondary
Public
Private
Tertiary
Public
Private
Barangays without public
elementary schools
Municipalities without
public high schools
Preschool, elementary,
and secondary enrolment (Th)
Preschool
Public1
Private2
Elementary
Public1
Private2
Secondary
Public1
Private2

SY '04-'05

1995

2000

59,071,714 66,666,156
3,962,330
4,394,719
1,542,884
1,931,882
25,620,407 27,924,770
16,448,857 18,903,125
2,561,983
1,340,813
6,685,949
4,071,236
2,876,616
4,380,472
267,713
114,839
1,940,786
768,489
SY '05-'06a SY '06-'07a

41,812
37,012
4,800
8,158
4,781
3,377
1,858
427
1,431

41,983
37,183
4,800
8,285
4,908
3,377
1,896
447
1,449

42,152
37,352
4,800
8,455
5,078
3,377
1,894
447
1,447

267

267

267

5

4

4

SY '06-'07

SY '07-'08

SY '08-'09

961,397
561,207
400,190
13,145,210
12,096,656
1,048,554
6,363,002
5,072,210
1,290,792

1,002,223
1,175,499
591,445
746,443
410,778
429,056
13,411,286 13,686,643
12,318,505 12,574,506
1,092,781
1,112,137
6,506,176
6,763,858
5,173,330
5,421,562
1,332,846
1,342,296
Continued

32

EDUCATION AND LITERACY

Tertiary enrolment

AY '05-06

AY '06-07

AY '07-08

2,483,645

2,604,449

2,651,155

63,596
19,800

59,397
19,015

58,127
19,288

535,332

572,174

611,645

356,546
326,753
11,324
23,374
5,668
23,873
18,796

331,416
315,412
12,216
20,698
5,568
26,558
16,977

369,419
310,893
12,931
35,257
4,952
29,241
18,159

27,412

30,020

28,385

Social and behavioral sciences

250,560
549,743
23,457
9,013
13,549
62,264

266,214
609,659
23,149
8,568
19,740
67,452

292,890
547,526
24,951
7,884
23,951
73,303

Trade, craft, and industrial
courses
Other disciplines

162,585

9,891
190,325

5,799
176,554

AY '04-05

AY '05-06

AY '06-07

409,724

421,444

443,868

12,719
2,810

13,040
2,663

12,525
2,401

103,421

94,819

95,540

70,193
51,700
1,727
3,910

66,362
48,951
1,749
2,744

70,454
49,534
1,796
3,411

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
Law and jurisprudence
Mass communication
and documentation
Mathematics and computer
science
Medical and allied sciences
Natural sciences
Religion and theology
Service trades

Higher 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

Continued

EDUCATION AND LITERACY
Higher education graduates

33

AY '04-05

AY '05-06

AY '06-07

1,196
4,833
3,980

1,075
4,436
2,744

877
4,645
2,792

5,086

4,506

4,439

Social and behavioral sciences

39,980
61,951
4,288
1,670
1,864
13,315

40,639
86,373
3,795
1,473
2,233
12,176

37,637
110,305
3,755
1,392
2,355
11,891

Trade, craft, and industrial
courses
Other disciplines

25,081

2,898
28,764

1,528
26,591

AY '05-06

AY '06-07

SY '07-'08

1,737
1,341

2,142
1,702

1,813
1,813

2002

2003

2004

136,587

39,295

By discipline group
Home economics
Humanities
Law and jurisprudence
Mass communication
and documentation
Mathematics and computer
science
Medical and allied sciences
Natural sciences
Religion and theology
Service trades

Technical-Vocational
Education and Training
Enrolment (Th)
Graduates (Th)
Nonformal education
Completers
Functional education

2001

2002

2004

Enrolees
Completers

175,551
154,996

149,766
136,587

52,880
39,295

Teachers3
Elementary
Public
Private

SY '05-'06

SY '06-'07

SY '07-'08


341,809


336,346


345,454

Secondary
Public
Private


125,679


130,606


132,337

1:35

1:36

1:39

1:40

1:38

1:49

Teacher-pupil ratio4
5

Teacher-student ratio

Continued

34
Performance indicators
Elementary (%)
Gross enrolment rate6
Participation (or net
enrolment) rate6
Cohort survival rate
Completion rate
Dropout (or school
leavers) rate
Transition rate7
Secondary (%)
6
Gross enrolment rate
Participation (or net
enrolment) rate6
Cohort survival rate
Completion rate
Dropout (or school
leavers) rate
Transition rate8
Achievement rate
(Mean percentage score)
Elementary9
Mathematics
Science
English
Hekasi
Filipino
Secondary10
Mathematics
Science
English
Filipino
Araling Panlipunan
Simple literacy rate (%) 11
(10 years old and over )
Male
Female

EDUCATION AND LITERACY
SY '05-'06

SY '06-'07

SY '07-'08

101.13

99.87

100.04

84.44
70.02
68.11

83.22
73.43
71.72

84.84
75.26
73.36

7.36
95.65

6.37
96.19

6.09
95.14

80.53

79.50

62.58

58.54
67.32
61.66

58.59
77.33
72.14

61.91
79.91
60.44

12.51
102.55

8.55
97.53

7.28
88.59

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

58.73
59.10
54.12
59.15
59.55
61.75

54.66
53.66
46.77
54.05
58.12
60.68

59.94
60.29
51.58
60.78
61.05
66.02

46.80
50.70
39.49
51.33
42.48
50.01

44.33
47.82
37.98
47.73
40.51
47.62

46.64
39.05
41.99
51.78
48.89
51.48

1994

2000

2003

93.9
93.7
94.0

92.3
92.1
92.5

93.4
92.6
94.3
Continued

EDUCATION AND LITERACY
Functional literacy rate (%) 12
(10-64 years old )
Male
Female

35

1989

1994

2003

75.4
74.5
76.2

83.8
81.7
85.9

84.1
81.9
86.3

2003

2005

2006b

2,087
186,406
184,861
1,545
29,074.0
57,593.2
20,759.5
43,863.1

2,577
206,720
204,649
2,071
36,048.5
74,944.6
27,770.9
55,238.1

2,542
211,788
208,742
3,046
39,957.6
84,433.8
33,364.3
60,691.6

9,210.3
18.6
226.3

9,315.4
26.7
331.4

9,059.7
82.7
274.8

6,813
63,714
60,152
3,562
4,089.8
10,064.7
4,354.0
8,335.4

8,698
70,846
64,544
6,302
4,726.1
11,076.5
4,682.0
9,358.3

5,366
53,488
49,633
3,855
3,835.8
8,904.3
4,251.8
4,044.6

6,315.9
1,559.2
1,908.4

558.0
39.8
458.3

385.5
15.6
-

Private education
establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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:
Preliminary

p
a
b
1

The number of schools in private sector are SY 2004-2005 data.
CPBI, Preliminary results
Excludes enrolment in state universities and colleges (SUCs)

Continued

36

EDUCATION AND LITERACY
Concluded

Notes:
2

Based on consolidated reports submitted by Regional Offices.
Excluding teachers in laboratory schools of SUCs.
4
For public elementary schools only.
5
For public secondary schools only.
6
The official school-age population for elementary and secondary are
6-11 years and 12-15 years, respectively. The population used
in computing the gross and net enrolment rates are based on the
2000 Census-based Population Projections
7
From primary (Grade IV) to intermediate (Grade VI)
8
From elementary (Grade VI) to secondary level (Year I new entrants)
9
For Grade VI
10
For 4th Year in SY's 2004-2005 to 2005-2006 and 2nd year
for SY 2006-2007
11
Basic reading and writing skills.
12
Basic reading, writing, and numeracy skills.
3

Sources: DepEd, CHED, TESDA, NSO-Census of Population
and Housing, and Functional Literacy, Education,
and Mass Media Survey

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER

37
2005

Primary energy consumption by source
(Million barrels of fuel-oil equivalent)
Total
290.48
Indigenous energy
157.16
Conventional
110.93
Oil
4.23
Gas
18.70
Coal
10.53
Hydropower
14.46
Geothermal
58.98
Condensate
4.03
Nonconventional
46.23
Bagasse
5.59
Agriwastes
40.43
Coconut husks
and shells
8.89
Rice husks
5.14
Wood and woodwastes
20.77
Charcoal
5.56
Other biomass
Animal wastes
0.07
Others
Others
0.21
Imported energy
133.32
Oil
107.63
Coal
25.69

2006

2007

273.93
152.97
106.90
0.20
18.70
10.53
14.46
58.98
4.03
46.07
5.59
40.47

272.87
152.33
109.47
0.17
17.52
8.61
17.14
62.33
3.70
42.87
5.12
37.71

8.89
5.14
20.77
5.56
0.11
0.01
120.96
95.27
25.69

5.22
0.33
26.85
5.20
0.11
0.03
120.54
92.33
28.21

2005

2006

Volume (Gwh )
Value (MP )

28,270
147,372

28,028
169,518

2007a
14,504
93,037

Energy sold
Volume (Gwh )
Value (MP )

84,806
182,589

25,077
201,729

19,662
161,710

24,806.2 25,077.5
182,588.6 201,727.7

2007b
24,037.0
194,803.5

Energy purchased

Energy sold (MERALCO )
Volume (Gwh )
Value (MP )

Continued

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER

38
Status of energization
(Electric cooperatives )
Municipalities/Cities
Coverage
Barangays
Coverage
Energized
Connections (Th )
Potential
Energized
Energy sales (NPC)
(Gigawatt hours )
Domestic net consumption
of petroleum products
(Thousand barrels )
Petroleum products importation

2006

2007

2008

1,459

1,469

1,472

36,030
33,946

36,030
34,292

36,030
35,158

11,431
7,419

11,500
7,638

11,582
8,114

2005

2006

2007

35,291

35,534

37,583

121,709

109,044

104,756

2006

2007

2008

(Thousand barrels )

41,046

45,712

48,313

Crude oil importation
(Thousand barrels )

78,097

74,185

69,067

2007

2008

2009c

230,908
192,331
38,577

235,617
194,115
41,502

190,585
155,417
35,169

42,745
39,907
2,839

45,869
42,944
2,925

34,590
32,297
2,293

540.20
481.95
1,358.99

513.67
452.02
1,418.67

551.00
481.20
1,533.80

Gross value added in electricity,
gas, and water
At current prices (MP)
Electricity and gas
Water
At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Electricity and gas
Water
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Electricity and gas
Water

Continued

ENERGY, GAS,
AND WATER

39
Concluded

Electricity, gas, and water
establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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)

2005

2006d

407
441
61,997
65,944
61,997
65,944
17,380.6 21,341.6
362,860.4 496,127.7
299,229.8 378,336.6
102,307.6 167,703.5

466
62,867
62,867
20,587.2
533,876.3
403,278.4
174,103.2

2003

41,946.4
(842.2)
2,096.6

24,304.4
(769.8)
3,342.0

18,087.4
1,723.2
4,524.7

482
4,124
4,124
557.1
2,813.5
2,478.2
833.9

531
5,166
5,166
778.8
3,418.4
2,879.3
1,222.4

528
4,619
4,619
719.0
4,802.8
3,478.9
1,873.8

995.2
(10.5)
555.7

99.1
35.7
572.8

149.9
97.4
1,121.9

a

As of September
As of November
c
As of third quarter
b

d

CPBI, Final results

Sources: DOE, MERALCO, NPC, and NEA.

40

FISHERY

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

2006

2007

2008

4,408.5
2,092.3
1,080.7
1,235.5
163,374.4
55,671.9
48,555.9
59,146.6

4,711.3
2,214.8
1,192.1
1,304.4
180,545.2
61,597.3
54,737.5
64,210.4

4,966.9
2,407.7
1,226.2
1,333.0
215,813.5
81,669.5
63,170.1
70,973.9

2,092.3
281.3
126.6
118.3
60.6
1,505.5
16.9
19.7
1,468.9
55,671.9
31,368.1
6,308.2
6,895.1
4,507.7
6,592.8
120.3
125.8
6,346.7

2,214.8
294.5
158.9
135.2
80.5
1,545.7
20.5
20.1
1,505.1
61,597.3
32,956.0
8,542.1
7,593.2
5,923.9
6,582.1
142.0
140.7
6,299.4

2,407.7
303.2
167.4
143.7
83.6
1,709.8
20.2
23.0
1,666.6
81,669.6
39,492.6
9,724.6
8,679.2
10,621.3
13,151.8
121.9
181.5
12,848.4

144.9
132.0

88.6
164.2

91.2
167.1

386.3
60.1
326.2

288.8
89.4
199.4

308.2
105.5
202.7

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

1980

2002

2,115
581,670

7,146
1,483,445
Continued

FISHERY

41
Concluded
2007

2008

2009a

At current prices (MP)
At constant 1985 prices (MP)

143,426
58,584

170,400
61,792

126,998
45,476

Implicit price index (1985=100)

244.82

275.45

279.30

2005

2006

2007

2.1
4.3

2.2
4.3

2.2
4.3

2003

2005

2006b

163
18,929
18,620
309
1,483.7
7,390.2
5,736.5
2,932.9

140
20,382
20,133
249
2,090.2
9,956.0
7,400.9
3,439.1

148
18,883
18,643
240
1,765.3
10,819.2
8,831.8
2,882.9

281.2
29.4
0.3

589.4
128.4
0.7

487.3
52.6
0.3

929
9,049
7,629
1,420
221.2
907.9
515.8
512.6

913
9,174
7,601
1,573
179.5
1,623.8
1,456.1
371.4

284
3,067
2,522
545
81.4
672.2
546.2
204.6

60.6
3.5
0.3

346.1
159.8
-

25.8
19.8
-

Gross value added in fishery

Contribution to total gross
domestic product (%)
At current prices
At constant 1985 prices
Fishery establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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 third quarter
CPBI, Final results

Sources: NSO-Census of Agriculture and Fisheries , NSCB,
BAS, and BFAR.

42

Total trade (FOB in M US$ )
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade

FOREIGN TRADE
2007

2008

2009a

105,979.4
50,465.7
55,513.7
(5,048.0)

105,823.6
49,077.5
56,746.1
(7,668.6)

37,585.5
17,221.5
20,364.0
(3,142.5)

28,500.8

9,758.7

1,948.7

764.8

1,309.2
1,240.2
1,139.6

365.2

461.6

901.9
1,039.6

266.2
201.2

656.6
577.7
397.4

309.2
195.4
198.2

24,953.9

20,026.1

7,114.0

9,592.7
2,424.4
1,138.7

12,394.8
2,718.0
2,599.4

3,285.0
1,018.6
1,459.2

2,115.7
1,220.6

2,297.5
1,609.8

776.2
422.1

1,110.6

1,258.8

559.0

982.1

1,088.9

355.1

1,102.6

795.7

300.3

890.4

895.7

Principal exports (M US $)
31,085.3
Electronic products1
Articles of apparel and clothing
1
2,299.9
accessories
Cathodes and sections of cathodes,
1,293.9
of refined copper
1,108.7
Petroleum products2
Woodcrafts and furniture
1,011.7
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring
sets used in vehicles,
891.6
aircrafts, and ships3
733.8
Coconut oil4
Other products manufactured
from materials imported
687.6
on consignment basis
485.3
Metal components5
400.8
Bananas (fresh)
Principal imports (M US $ )
Electronic products
Mineral fuels, lubricants,
and related materials
Transport equipment
Cereals and cereal preparations
Industrial machinery
and equipment
Iron and steel
Organic and inorganic
chemicals
Plastics in primary and nonprimary forms
Textile yarns, fabrics,
made-up articles,
and related products
Telecommunication equipment
and electrical machinery


Continued

FOREIGN TRADE

43

Top Philippine trading

2007

2008

2009a

8,593.9
7,835.5

8,207.1
7,221.3

2,976.7
2,612.6

7,304.1
6,841.5

7,707.1
6,604.3

2,756.0
2,412.7

5,749.9
4,001.2

5,469.2
4,245.6

1,618.4
1,819.1

4,149.5
464.2

3,708.4
417.9

1,542.2
154.5

3,138.7
6,218.9

2,606.7
5,945.4

992.9
1,804.1

5,803.5
2,218.7

4,987.5
1,958.2

1,461.0
684.6

1,973.4
4,061.5

1,862.2
3,834.8

652.7
1,439.9

1,783.7
3,278.2

2,522.5
2,961.6

848.6
1,268.3

2,506.7
2,283.2

1,957.6
2,444.2

598.2
789.0

1,403.0
2,277.3

1,509.0
2,786.4

469.6
1,076.6

83,188.1
40,365.8
42,822.3
(2,456.5)
20,907.0
8,031.9
12,875.1
(4,843.2)

82,118.3
38,926.5
43,191.7
4,265.2
21,469.9
7,089.9
14,380.0
(7,290.1)

29,613.3
13,048.6
16,564.7
(3,516.2)
7,883.1
2,390.1
5,493.0
(310.9)

partners (M US $ )
6

United States of America
Exports
Imports
Japan7
Exports
Imports
China, Peoples Republic of
Exports
Imports
Netherlands
Exports
Imports
Singapore
Exports
Imports
Hong Kong
Exports
Imports
Taiwan
Exports
Imports
Republic of Korea
Exports
Imports
Malaysia 8
Exports
Imports
Thailand
Exports
Imports
Major economic bloc (M US $)
APEC
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade
ASEAN
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade

Continued

44

FOREIGN TRADE
Concluded

Major economic bloc (M US $)
EU
Exports
Imports
Balance of trade
Foreign trade by major island
group (FOB value in M US$)
Luzon
Exports
Imports
Visayas
Exports
Imports
Mindanao
Exports
Imports
Trade indices (1995=100 )
Quantum index
Exports
Imports
Price index
Exports
Imports
Value index
Exports
Imports

9

2007

2008

13,164.8
8,721.7
4,443.1
4,278.6

12,920.9
8,500.4
4,420.5
4,079.8

2009a
4,998.6
3,343.1
1,655.5
1,687.6

2006

2007

2008

36,511.5
43,591.9

41,166.8
47,401.1

41,816.3
50,952.1

2,928.1
2,916.8

4,134.5
3,435.0

4,374.7
4,177.7

1,815.1
909.4

2,108.8
937.6

2,886.5
1,616.3

2004

2005

2006

193.0
154.0

187.0
156.0

242.0
161.0

127.0
107.0

136.0
119.0

113.0
125.0

245.7
164.8

254.3
186.1

273.5
201.6

Notes:
Includes on consignment and not on consignment.

1
2

Includes refined petroleum products and manufactures from crude
petroleum oils imported on consignment basis

3

Consists only of electrical wiring harness for motor vehicles.
Includes crude and refined.
5
Excluding brakes and servo-brakes
6
Includes Alaska and Hawaii.
7
Includes Okinawa.
8
Includes Sabah and Sarawah
9
As of fourth quarter
a
As of first semester
4

Source: NSO, Foreign Trade Statistics of the Philippines

FORESTRY

45
2005

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

2006

2007

30,000.0

30,000.0

30,000.0

14,207.6
15,792.4
753.4
15,039.0
3,222.4
10,090.9
1,342.6

14,194.8
15,805.3
755.0
15,050.3
3,270.2
10,056.0
1,341.0

14,194.8
15,805.3
755.0
15,050.3
3,270.2
10,056.0
1,341.0

126.1
165.9
91.1

126.1
165.9
91.1

126.1
165.9
91.1

16,498
7,187
9,311

7,223
4,476
2,747

27,837
25,024
2,813

2006

2007

2008

1,036.0

803.0

732.4

431.6
95.4
316.9

362.0
124.0
281.0

354.1
100.7
235.0
a

Gross value added in forestry

2007

2008

At current prices (MP)
At constant 1985 prices (MP)

4,133
1,322

4,358
1,351

2009
3,634
1,112

312.59

322.59

326.90

Forestry establishments

2003

2005

With ATE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers

6
1,082
1,044
38

5
847
837
10

Implicit price index (1985=100)

a

2006

6
814
814
Continued

46

FORESTRY
Concluded

Forestry establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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

2003

2005

2006b

59.8
201.2
117.9
117.6

62.0
244.9
177.3
89.7

61.9
250.8
146.0
166.0

17.9
(1.4)
0.02

24.9
2.0
-

24.4
8.7
-

52
159
97
62
2.6
6.1
1.7
4.6

37
118
69
49
1.6
4.8
2.0
3.1

5
31
31
3.5
3.4
1.0
2.4

0.1
(0.01)
-

0.0
(0.05)
-

0.0
(0.2)
-

As of third quarter
CPBI, Final results

Sources: NSO, 2006 Census of Philippine Business and Industry,
NAMRIA, NSCB, FMB, Philippine Forestry Statistics

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

47

Projected life expectancy
at birth (in years) 1
Male
Female
2

Ten leading causes of death
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
Leading causes of morbidity
Pneumonia
Diarrheal diseases
Bronchitis
Hypertension
Influenza
Tuberculosis (all forms )
Diseases of the heart
Malaria
Chickenpox
Dengue fever

Leading causes of infant deaths2
All causes
Bacterial sepsis of newborn
Respiratory distress of newborn
Pneumonia
Disorder related to short gestation and low birth weight,
not eslsewhere classified

2015-20

2020-25

2025-30

68.81
74.34

70.01
75.54

71.01
76.54

2003
67,696
31,468
39,298
32,055
26,771

2004
70,861
43,077
40,524
32,098
25,870

2005
77,060
45,037
41,697
36,510
26,588

18,905
14,196
13,096

18,975
16,552
12,646

20,951
18,441
12,705

14,122

13,180

12,368

9,551

10,254

11,056

2007

2008

2006
670,231
572,259
538,990
408,460
339,881
132,729
38,482
22,284
18,326
15,279

605,471
780,199
539,701
434,445
487,302
519,821
398,538
499,184
349,609
362,304
114,714 1,743,675
31,331
32,541
23,207
a
23,090
25,677
23,773
a

2003

2004

2005

2,314
a
a
2,314

1,940
a
a
1,940

21,674
3,161
2,298
2,013

a

a

1,610
Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

48

Leading causes of infant deaths2
Congenital pneumonia
Congenital malformation
of the heart
Neonatal aspiration syndromes
Other congenital malformations
Intrauterine hypoxia and birth
asphyxia
Diarrhea and gastroenterities
of presumed infectious
origin
All other causes
Registered health professionals
Dentist
Medical technologist
Medical laboratory technician
Midwife
Nurse
Nutritionist/dietitian
Optometrist
Pharmacist
Physician
Physical therapist
Occupational therapist
Radiologic technologist
X-ray technologist
Barangay health facilities
Total health expenditure
At current prices (MP)
At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Per capita health expenditure (P)
At current prices (MP)
At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Share of health expenditure to:
Gross domestic product (%)
Gross national product (%)

2003

2004

2005

a

a

1,510

a
a
a

a
a
a

1,444
1,146
1,012

a

a

971

a
a

a
a

900
5,609

2006
859
1,583
118
2,555
30,423
279
184
1,265
2,593
999
121
267
56

2007
581
1,311

3,498
60,209
320
168
1,241
2,930
800
77
364
49

2008
654
1,414

3,881
27,763
273
256
1,123
2,565
680
82
723
113

2005

2006

2007

15,436

16,191

16,219

2003

2004

2005

147,683
38,615

165,295
41,278

180,772
43,206

1,804
472

1,978
494

2,120
507

3.4

3.4

3.3

3.2

3.1

3.1
Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

49

Hospitals
Public
Private
Bed capacity
Public
Private
Bed-population ratio
(per 10,000 population )
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
Clients served by DSWD
Families
Women
Children
Youth
Disabled
Older persons
Membership, contributions,

3

2006

2007

2008

1,771
703
1,068

1,781
701
1,080

1,784
711
1,073

92,070
47,774
44,296

92,561
47,141
45,420

94,199
47,889
46,310

10.9

10.4

9.4

2006
49.3
36.0
13.2
50.7

2007
50.6
35.9
14.8
49.4

2008p
50.7
34.0
16.7
49.3

1990
636,999

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

1995
919,292
313,427
38,342
79,193
38,765
55,041
58,446
69,570
266,508

2000
942,098
352,398
50,862
76,731
67,294
66,113
55,889
44,725
228,086

2007

2008

2006
1,838,891
174,373
65,611
5,519
6,082
3,065

1,200,210 1,758,815
16,880
13,564
47,356
83,034
11,223
12,470
5,120
4,538
11,717
11,010

2006

2007

2008

1.37
45,788
32,799

1.36
48,427
34,496

1.50
48,807
36,857

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

Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

50
Membership, contributions,

2006

2007

2008

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

27.52
52,544
52,122

28.04
61,829
60,747

28.59
68,879
67,917

HDMF (Pag-ibig Fund)
Membership (M )
Contributions (MP )
Benefits (MP )

6.48
13,931
6,514

6.85
15,107
3,944

7.27
16,517
4,045

2003

2005

2006b

459
55,105
54,321
784
7,181.9
27,017.3
16,956.2
13,119.0

655
73,472
72,547
924
10,126.5
41,998.8
27,291.2
19,478.5

625
77,088
76,172
916
10,969.3
46,454.5
29,159.5
22,261.5

9,284.8
265.2
5.5

13,369.3
344.3
21.5

3,521.4
193.3
-

27,187
78,659
49,848
28,811
3,000.3
13,045.7
7,817.6
6,665.7

29,671
75,018
46,223
28,795
2,961.5
12,979.9
7,739.5
6,651.8

3,667
21,699
19,414
2,285
1,540.8
7,455.5
5,573.1
2,695.8

2,127.7
43.8
-

835.7
420.8
-

498.9
114.3
-

and social security benefits

Health and social work
establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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)

Continued

HEALTH
AND WELFARE

51
Concluded

Notes:
1

2000 Census-based Population Projections
Based on civil registration. Not adjusted for underregistration.
3
Based on currently married women 15-49 years.
2

a

Not leading cause of death.
CPBI, Final results
p
Preliminary
b

Sources: NSO, Family Planning Survey , National Demographic
and Health Survey, DOH, PRC, DSWD, GSIS, SSS,
and HDMF

INCOME
AND PRICES

52
Total
At current prices (BP)
Family income
Family expenditure
Family savings
At constant prices (BP)
Family income
Family expenditure
Family savings

2000

2003

2006

2,199
1,802
397
1997=100
1,803
1,477
326

2,437
2,038
399
2000=100
2,009
1,681
329

3,006
2,561
445
2000=100
2,180
1,857
323

144
118
26
1997=100
118
97
21

148
124
24
2000=100
122
102
20

173
147
26
2000=100
125
107
19

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

2000a

2003

2006

Number of families (Th )

15,270

16,480

17,403

By income class (%)
Under P 40,000
40,000 - 59,999
60,000 - 99,999
100,000 - 249,999
259,000 and over

100.00




100.00

100.00
8.0
13.5
23.7
36.0
18.8

Total family income (BP)
By income class (%)
Under P 40,000
40,000 - 59,999
60,000 - 99,999
100,000 - 249,999
259,000 and over

12.9
15.4
23.9
33.6
14.2

2,199

2,437

3,006

100.00




100.00
2.5
5.2
12.7
35.6
44.0

100.00
1.4
3.9
10.8
32.8
51.1

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

53
2000

2003

2006

Total family income (BP)

2,199

2,437

3,006

By income decile (%)

100.0
1.7
2.7
3.5
4.4
5.5
6.9
8.8
11.7
16.4
38.4

100.0
1.8
2.9
3.8
4.7
5.8
7.2
9.1
11.9
16.6
36.3

100.0
1.9
2.9
3.8
4.7
5.8
7.2
9.1
11.9
16.9
36.0

0.4822

0.4605

0.4580

2,199
100.0
52.1
3.0
49.1
25.1
6.7
0.4
8.3
1.5
8.2
22.8
0.5
11.1
3.6

2,437
100.0
48.7
7.6
41.0
31.1
13.6
0.7
7.3
1.2
8.3
20.2
0.8
7.9
2.4

3,006
100.0
47.2


29.8





23.0


0.2
7.4

0.6
8.5


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 activites
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 activites
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

1,802

2,038

2,561

100.00




100.00
3.3
6.3
14.4
37.3
38.8

100.00
1.8
4.8
12.4
35.0
46.0
Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

54
Total family expenditure (BP)
By expenditure group (%)
Food
Food consumed at home
Food regularly consumed
outside the home
Alcoholic beverages
Tobacco
Housing
Fuel, light, and water
Household furnishings
and equipment
Household operations
Clothing, footwear, and other wear
Personal care and effects
Medical care
Transportation and communication
Recreation
Education
Nondurable furnishings
Durable furniture and equipment
Rent/rental value of occupied
dwelling unit
House maintenance and minor
repairs
Taxes paid
Miscellaneous expenditures
Gifts and contributions to others
Special occasions
Other expenditures

Poverty
Annual per capita poverty
threshold (P )
Poor families
Magnitude (Th )
Poverty incidence (%)
Poor population/individuals
Magnitude (Th )
Poverty incidence (%)

2000

2003

2006

100.00
43.7
38.7

100.00
43.1
37.7

100.00

5.0
0.7
1.1
14.2
6.3

5.4
0.7
1.1

6.5

5.8
0.7
0.9

7.6

2.5
2.3
2.7
3.6
1.9
6.8
0.5
4.2


2.2
2.9
3.9
2.2
7.3
0.5
4.0
0.2
2.6


2.3
2.4
3.7
2.9
8.2
0.5
4.4
0.2
2.7

13.1

12.7


2.1

0.7
2.1

0.5
1.6

0.9
2.4
4.0

1.2
2.6
2.9

1.4
2.8
3.0

2000

2003

2006

11,458

12,309

15,057

4,147
27.5

4,023
24.4

4,677
26.9

25,473
33.0

23,836
30.0

27,617
32.9

41.4
35.5

Continued

INCOME
AND PRICES

55
Concluded

Consumer Price Index
All items (2000=100)
Food, beverages, and tobacco
Clothing
Housing and repairs
Fuel, light, and water
Services
Miscellaneous
Inflation rate (2000=100 )
Purchasing power
of the peso (2000=100 )
General wholesale price index
(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

2007

2008

2009

141.8
134.9
124.8
133.9
182.1
166.2
122.5

155.0
152.3
130.1
139.6
193.9
180.5
126.1

160.0
161.1
133.4
143.6
188.8
180.1
129.4

2.8

9.3

3.4

0.71

0.65

0.62

2007

2008

2009b

178.7
152.8
149.5

199.9
166.4
156.5

190.1
172.8
160.5

175.6

207.1

162.2

446.9

580.1

435.0

162.1

176.1

179.2

146.7

155.0

159.9

142.5

147.1

146.7

173.8

179.0

182.3

p

Preliminary
Revised
A different set of income class groupings was used in 2000
survey. For details see 2000 FIES publication.
b
As of October.
r

a

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

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

56

Oct. '07

Oct. '08

Oct. '09p

56,845

58,182

59,704

28,338
28,526

28,990
29,193


In the labor force
Male
Female

35,919
22,182
13,738

37,058
22,872
14,186

38,196

Not in the labor force
Male
Female

20,945
6,156
14,788

21,125
6,118
15,007

21,508

63.2
93.7
6.3
18.1

63.7
93.2
6.8
17.5

64.0
92.9
7.1
19.4

Labor force population (Th)
Employed
Unemployed

35,918
33,672
2,246

37,058
34,533
2,525

38,196
34,477
2,719

Employed persons by class
of worker (Th )
Wages and salary (% )
Own account (% )
Unpaid family worker (% )

33,672
51.1
36.5
12.4

34,533
51.9
35.5
12.5

35,477

33,672

34,533

35,477

32.0
4.1

31.4
4.2

29.8
4.3

0.4
9.1
0.4
5.2

0.5
8.4
0.4
5.4

0.5
8.3
0.5
5.3

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

Labor force participation rate
Employment rate
Unemployment rate
Underemployment rate

Employed persons by major
industry sector (Th )
Agriculture
Agriculture, hunting,
and forestry
Fishing
Industry
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, and water
Construction
Services

53.6
34.5
11.9

Continued

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

57

Employed persons by major
industry sector
Wholesale and retail trade, repair
of motor vehicles, motorcycles
and household goods
Hotels and restaurants
Transport, storage,
and communication
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting, and business
activities
Public administration and defense,
compulsory social security
Education
Health and social work
Other community, social,
and personal service
activities
Private households with employed
persons
Extraterritorial organizations
and bodies

p

Oct. '07

Oct. '08

18.3
2.7

18.9
2.7

19.4
2.9

7.7
1.1

7.5
1.1

7.7
1.1

2.6

2.9

3.1

4.7
3.1
1.2

4.9
3.2
1.2

5.0
3.3
1.2

2.3

2.3

2.4

5.0

5.0

5.4

-

-

-

33,672

34,533

35,477

11.3
4.5

12.5
4.6

13.5
4.6

2.6
5.0

2.6
5.0

2.8
5.5

9.3

10.0

10.5

18.8

17.7

16.4

Oct. '09

Employed persons by major
occupation group (Th )
Officials of government and special
interest organizations, corporate
executives, managers, managing
proprietors, and supervisors
Professionals
Technicians and associate
professionals
Clerks
Service workers and shop
and market sales workers
Farmers, forestry workers,
and fishermen

Continued

58

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

Employed persons by major
Oct. '07

Oct. '08

8.4

7.9

Oct. '09p
7.3

7.7
32.0
0.4

6.8
32.5
0.4

6.4
32.5
0.5

2007

2008

2009a

1,077,623
811,070
313,260
497,810
266,553

1,236,013
974,399


261,614

397,626
300,724


96,902

by country of destination

811,070

974,399

Middle East
Asia
Europe
The Americas
Africa
Trust Territories
Oceania
Unspecified/Others
Workers with special
exit clearance

487,878
218,983
45,613
28,019
13,126
6,674
10,691
7

631,828
219,598
51,795
31,916
16,434
5,461
15,030
2,337

79

-










2007

2008p

2009b

(M US$)

14,449.9

16,426.9

9,973.7

Sea-based
Land-based

2,236.4
12,213.6

3,034.6
13,392.3

1,948.5
8,025.2

occupation group
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 hired
Rehires
Sea-based
Deployed land-based OFWs

Remittances from OFWs

Continued

LABOR
AND EMPLOYMENT

59
Concluded

Remittances from OFWs
(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
Pending at the end of the period
Workers involved
Declared (actual)
Cases disposed
Pending at the end of the period
Workers involved

2006

2007

2008

7,198.2
1,163.3
6,034.9
2,061.1
490.6
1,570.4
1,909.2
12.5
1,896.7
1,496.1
278.6
1,217.5
85.6
3.9
81.7
10.3
0.4
9.9
0.8
0.8

8,244.3
1,399.8
6,844.5
2,351.7
544.5
1,807.2
2,172.4
13.6
2,158.8
1,543.2
270.1
1,273.0
121.4
7.2
114.2
16.0
1.1
14.9
0.8
0.8

9,213.4
2,031.0
7,182.3
2,658.7
646.4
2,012.3
2,502.6
20.7
2,482.0
1,884.0
327.5
1,556.5
149.4
6.9
142.5
17.7
2.1
15.7
1.0
1.0

2006

2007

2008

354
361
662
80,588
12
12
29
1,415

337
332
610
71,034
6
7
6
915

362
365
587
74,797
4
5
7
1,115

p

Preliminary
As of January
b
As of July
a

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

60
Manufacturing establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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 1985 prices (MP)
Implicit price index (1985=100)
Large manufacturing

MANUFACTURING
2003

2005

2006a

5,900
986,612
983,579
3,033
138,603.0

6,554
1,025,814
1,022,113
3,701
167,368.6

5,160
992,366
989,401
2,965
173,421.7

2,240,952.4 2,949,134.1 3,096,697.7
1,832,979.3 2,434,069.0 2,594,239.7

562,741.1

684,837.5

672,930.7

102,492.9
49,904.5
2,023.8

94,984.5
45,301.9
2,804.4

94,437.9
25,441.2
4,138.4

115,283
475,751
324,364
151,387
14,966.6
87,308.7
57,931.8
34,829.3

105,169
421,382
284,865
136,517
14,630.0
94,530.8
67,868.0
37,374.4

13,769
121,267
110,551
10,716
7,276.6
67,477.5
50,725.4
21,090.4

10,347.4
1,749.2
80.2

2,365.7
1,382.3
63.3

1,129.8
1,520.7
10.4

2007

2008

1,463,752
317,197

1,671,354
330,943

1,058,155
219,726

461.46

505.03

481.60

2003

2005

2006a

1,058
154.8
428.9

1,282
165.1
528.6

909
136.5
405.6

b

2009

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

Continued

MANUFACTURING

61
Concluded

Large manufacturing

2003

2005

2006

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

182
135.3
380.7

181
136.1
456.4

184
148.9
513.0

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

6
1.1
269.1

4
1.5
340.5

9
0.8
400.3

2007

2008

2009c

142.5
84.6

148.7
84.8

116.0
67.5

Indices of key manufacturing
establishments (2000=100)
Value of production (VaPl)
Volume of production (VoPl)
Total approved investments (MP)
Board of Investment
Philippine Economic Zone
Authority
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
Clark Development Corporation

2006

2007

2008

187,616.4

215,342.7

289,334.0

83,761.1
72,933.3
12,692.5

133,732.5
34,745.3
1,983.2

154,783.6
10,459.7
9,643.7

a

CPBI, Final results
As of third quarter
c
As of July
b

Sources: NSO, Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry
and Census of Philippine Business and Industry, and NSCB

62
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)
Iron ore (MT)

MINES
AND MINERALS
2006

2007

2008

36,141
23,502

38,792
27,754

35,726
14,224

25,234
4,711
16,783
71,842
3,912

16,550
3,357
11,686
88,096
6,751

13,568
1,700
92,809
5,670

2,529
418,210
145,016
38,455

3,721
437,689
140,743
40,076

3,952
510
172,300
46,659

20,518
1,366
179,193
300,823

25,193
1,381
221,448
332,549

30,072
1,704
269,000

34,733
417
5,911
7,601

39,924
562
7,479
19,652

42,989
262
6,029
8,092

20
33
71

93
42
25

108
1

17,028.5 20,804.6
5,248.3
7,722.2
3,220.2
3,331.5
12.9
13.3
6,345.1
6,672.1

23,524.1
8,200.5
3,883.6
16.4
7,800.4

Nonmetallics
Coal (Th MT)
Salt (MT )
Silica sand (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
Iron ore
Nonmetallics (MP)
Coal
Salt (from sea water)
Silica sand
Sand and gravel

Continued

MINES
AND MINERALS
Value of production (MP )

63
2006

2007

2008

1,159.3
83.1
35.5

(57,793)

1,970.2
90.5
38.6

(35,441)

2,415.3
110.7
48.0

(38,686)

2006
50.2

2007
54.8

2008
57.5

2007

2008

2009a

At current prices (MP)
Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

108,286
4,058
32,188
90
27,979
720
17,769
6,211
19,271

110,989
3,271
33,171
48
16,623
153
21,522
6,722
29,479

88,616
4,022
28,876
50
9,104
366
15,600
5,438
25,160

At constant 1985 prices (MP)
Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

23,713
519
5,688
31
1,469
144
5,622
1,926
8,316

24,157
581
5,039
12
1,736
35
5,719
1,955
9,079

22,626
935
4,067
8
1,418
72
5,652
1,519
8,955

Implicit price index (1985=100)
Copper mining
Gold mining
Chromium mining
Nickel mining
Other metallic mining
Crude oil
Stone quarrying, clay, and sandpits
Other nonmetallic mining

456.64
782.67
565.85
293.37
1,904.91
501.89
316.06
322.46
231.74

459.45
563.38
658.24
384.47
957.70
432.41
376.30
343.85
324.69

391.70
430.30
709.90
602.10
642.20
507.10
276.00
357.90
281.00

Cement raw materials
Limestone for cement
Shale clay
Silica sand
Gypsum
Others
Cement
Gross production value
in mining (BP )
Gross value added in mining
and quarrying

Continued

64

MINES
AND MINERALS
Concluded

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

Mining and quarrying establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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 third quarter
CPBI, Final results

Sources: DENR, MGB, NSCB, and NSO

2006

2007

2008

2,058

2,569

798

18

21

23

2,102

1,879

2,220

2003

2005

2006a

51
34
10,802
10,281
10,757
10,127
45
154
2,078.9
2,085.2
19,464.9 60,589.5
11,720.7 25,619.4
12,746.3 46,329.0

29
10,300
10,259
41
2,402.0
36,165.4
20,434.3
19,846.4

5,072.3
(22.5)
9.2

5,495.4
1,255.0
9.0

13,371.6
421.8
9.0

151
930
744
186
36.5
209.9
314.1
(50.8)

208
1,163
868
295
76.5
684.4
536.7
164.7

49
464
424
40
56.4
25,616.2
14,209.8
19,472.6

2.8
(2.2)
-

6.8
2.9
-

94.1
64.4
-

NATIONAL ACCOUNTS

65
2007

2008

2009a

7,227,312

8,250,249

6,221,696

579,974

827,036

754,752

6,647,338

7,423,213

5,466,944

4,611,884
653,760
1,022,446
2,826,574
2,810,171
342,845

5,281,072
716,544
131,490
2,736,310
2,872,572
430,370

4,048,274
593,691
813,834
1,804,200
1,747,129
(45,925)

6,647,338

7,423,213

5,466,944

943,250
939,117
4,133

1,102,756
1,098,423
4,333

773,540
769,905
3,634

Industry sector
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Construction
Electricity, gas, and water

2,098,170
108,206
1,459,125
299,851
230,908

2,349,426
110,989
1,656,524
346,295
235,617

1,633,413
88,616
1,058,155
296,056
190,585

Services sector
Transportation, communication, and storage
Trade
Finance
Occupied dwellings
and real estate
Private services
Government services

3,605,918

3,971,031

3,059,992

478,389
981,454
361,972

508,828
1,088,198
404,860

380,733
793,215
335,312

373,902
936,912
473,290

412,646
1,036,916
519,583

319,631
818,255
412,846

At current prices
Gross National Product (MP)
Net factor income from the rest
of the world
Gross Domestic Product (MP)
By expenditure shares
Personal consumption
Government consumption
Capital formation
Exports
Less : Imports
Statistical discrepancy
By industrial origin
Agricultural, fishery,
and forestry
Agriculture and fishery
Forestry

Continued

66

NATIONAL ACCOUNTS
Concluded

At constant 1985 prices
Gross National Income (MP)
Trading gain (loss) from changes
in the terms of trade

2007

2008

1,451,678

1,536,515

a

2009

1,194,803

(43,913)

(51,282)

8,048

1,495,591

1,587,797

1,186,755

129,098

168,845

149,434

1,366,493

1,418,952

1,037,321

1,058,176
90,811
252,018
676,098
628,562
(82,048)

1,107,569
93,746
256,244
663,324
643,572
(58,360)

824,414
78,394
175,365
445,893
440,597
(46,148)

1,368,493

1,418,952

1,037,321

251,311
249,989
1,322

259,406
258,062
1,344

183,718
182,606
1,112

Industry sector
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Construction
Electricity, gas, and water

443,067
23,713
315,709
60,899
42,745

465,017
24,157
329,317
65,674
45,869

331,571
22,626
219,726
54,629
34,590

Services sector
Transportation, communication, and storage
Trade
Finance
Occupied dwellings
and real estate
Private services
Government services

672,115

694,529

522,032

120,698
233,863
81,310

125,814
236,705
83,356

92,786
171,319
67,082

63,223
116,374
56,646

66,853
122,024
59,778

50,272
92,848
47,725

Gross National Product (MP)
Net factor income from the rest
of the world
Gross Domestic Product (MP)
By expenditure shares
Personal consumption
Government consumption
Capital formation
Exports
Less : Imports
Statistical discrepancy
By industrial origin
Agricultural, fishery,
and forestry
Agriculture and fishery
Forestry

a

As of third quarter.
Source : NSCB

PUBLIC FINANCE

67
2006

2007

2008

979,638
859,857

1,136,560
932,937

1,202,905
1,049,179

376,991
1,112
1,112
237,137

426,902
958
958
241,490

482,248
1,278
1,278
242,548

140,934
58,254
36,136

145,029
55,532
40,210

140,318
61,416
40,117

1,813

719

697

198,607
198,161
446
46,010
30,289
15,721

210,039
209,439
600
53,548
35,107
18,441

260,917
260,248
669
62,188
40,054
22,134

119,781
113,783
5,815
183

203,623
112,854
90,619
150

153,726
122,312
31,289
125

1,044,429

1,149,001

1,271,022

174,713
310,108
13,810
3,561
131
15,577
526,529
5,087

193,712
267,800
27,336
3,729
9,750
24,984
621,690
5,135

222,995
272,218
21,145
1,663
14,393
49,717
679,895
8,996

National government
Revenues (MP)
Tax revenue
Taxes on net income
and profits
Taxes on property
Transfer taxes
Taxes on goods and services
General sales, turnover
or value added taxes
Selective taxes on goods
Selective taxes on services
Taxes on use of goods
or permissions to perform
activities, and the like
Taxes on international trade
and transactions
Import duties and taxes
Others
Other taxes
Stamp taxes
Others
Nontax revenue
Nontax revenue proper
Capital revenue
Grants
National government
Expenditures (MP)
Allotment to local government
units
Interest payments
Subsidy
Equity
Net lending
Tax expenditures
Others
Documentary stamp

Continued

68

PUBLIC FINANCE
Concluded

Local government

2005

2006

2007

191.3
142.5

213.2
158.5

229.0
174.6

2007

2008

2009a

3,712,487
2,201,167
1,511,320

4,220,903
2,414,428
1,806,475

4,227,107
2,376,089
1,851,018

2007

2008

2009b

54,938
10,344
337
10,006
2,654

53,856
8,130
1,805
6,325
3,072

52,483
7,103
1,748
5,356
2,816

Private banks

7,352

3,253

2,540

Foreign
Domestic

4,866
2,486

1,354
1,899

945
1,595

44,594
34,683

45,726
35,466

45,379
34,730

40
34,643
9,911

36
35,430
10,260

29
34,701
10,649

Income (BP )
Expenditures (BP )

National government
Debt (MP) (Actual)
Domestic
Foreign
External debt outstanding
(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.
a
As of June
b
As of March
Sources: DBM, BOC, BSP, and BTr.

TOURISM
Visitor arrivals

69
2006

2007

2008

Total
Overseas Filipinos
Foreign visitors
Asia
America
Europe
Oceania
Africa
Others (unspecified )

2,843,345
146,365
2,696,980
1,605,141
651,705
260,394
149,276
2,246
28,218

3,091,993
180,739
2,911,254
1,738,976
674,921
296,443
163,403
3,090
34,421

3,139,422
195,287
2,944,135
1,708,306
685,427
318,971
174,583
3,317
53,531

Top ten visitor arrivals
By country of residence
Korea
United States of America
Japan
China
Australia
Taiwan
Hong Kong
Singapore
Canada
United Kingdom

572,133
567,355
421,808
133,585
101,313
114,955
96,296
81,114
80,507
68,490

653,310
578,983
395,012
157,601
112,466
112,206
111,948
94,008
91,308
79,670

611,629
578,246
359,306
163,689
121,514
118,782
116,653
100,177
102,381
87,422

2006

2007

2008

By average daily expenditure
Foreign visitors (US $)
Overseas Filipinos (US $)

84.70
55.78

83.89
50.36

75.31
44.37

By average length of stay (nights)
Foreign visitors
Overseas Filipinos

10.98
48.02

15.88
44.21

9.25
20.44

2,807,234 3,041,872
50,121
36,111

3,084,753
54,669

2,809,240
241,343
75,390
119,841
520,638
634,827

3,084,753
251,680
86,176
143,485
588,220
687,368

Visitor arrivals

By mode of travel
Air
Sea
Air visitor arrivals
By age group
Under 15 years
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-34 years
35-44 years

3,041,872
255,243
82,309
136,108
573,734
686,734

Continued

70
Air visitor arrivals
By age group
45-54 years
55-64 years
65 years and over
Not stated
By purpose of travel
Holiday
Visit friends and relatives
Incentive travel
Business
Official mission
Convention
Medical
Others
Not reported
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

TOURISM
2006

2007

2008

597,203
383,422
194,877
39,693

637,873
415,450
214,127
40,294

640,274
425,098
223,225
39,227

2,807,234
1,319,080
748,406
509
370,084
3,012
35,803
2,258
137,918
190,164

3,041,872
1,439,261
778,503
406
410,604
6,455
3,239
36,634
155,664
211,106

3,084,753
1,439,339
790,523
312
425,307
7,517
3,361
35,912
172,303
210,179

2006

2007

2008

79
19
8
41
11

80
18
8
43
11

79
18
8
39
14

14,200
8,103
1,668
3,855
574

14,149
7,839
1,770
3,996
544

14,048
7,744
1,818
3,852
634

71.95
73.63
72.32
70.29
58.42

73.06
73.84
75.89
71.81
61.76

69.79
70.11
68.97
70.77
63.32

2.56
2.52
2.54
2.74
1.98

2.45
2.61
2.49
2.53
1.85

2.42
2.68
2.60
2.48
1.85
Continued

TOURISM

71
2006

2007

2008a

2,745,191
135,840
145,656
704,502
70,813
73,592
81,113
357,891
99,946
93,393
67,319
915,126

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

805,524
45,402
39,080
194,755
17,759
15,442
22,732
112,109
31,181
29,352
14,519
93,047

By nationality
Philippine nationals
Chinese
American
Indian
British
Japanese
Spanish
Others

2,745,191
2,719,326
16,849
2,229
1,764
1,768
504
186
3,565

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

805,524
796,221
6,048
603
754
253
217
52
1,376

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

2,745,191
155,477
62,207
216,401
851,838
735,506
432,694
171,298
91,220
28,550

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

805,524
41,132
13,850
49,028
262,396
222,891
131,281
54,772
23,747
6,427

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

2,745,191
672,334
493,315
458
162,071
1,491
47,873

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

805,524
207,174
135,488
234
41,748
436
10,309

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

Continued

72

TOURISM
Concluded

Outbound Philippine residents
By purpose of travel
Employment
Others
Not reported
Hotel and restaurant
establishments
With ATE 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 ATE 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)

1
a
b

2007

188,976
376,335
802,338

196,474
400,656
954,434

51,745
104,292
254,098

2003

2005

2006b

2,278
116,808
115,668
1,140
10,971.3
62,841.4
45,330.2
23,374.0

3,614
159,174
157,226
1,948
16,043.5
102,779.1
75,099.9
35,301.3

2,794
141,344
139,917
1,427
15,448.5
93,923.1
69,594.9
31,388.1

3,822.3
156.1
3.2

3,984.0
311.9
-

10,042.1
286.6
-

85,482
369,032
221,602
147,430
9,726.3
60,067.4
40,114.2
23,456.1

92,198
388,972
246,119
142,853
10,711.1
70,600.0
50,484.3
22,146.9

11,052
82,597
75,391
7,206
4,817.3
28,888.6
21,513.1
8,969.7

1,110.2
89.5
-

527.3
293.3
-

435.6
99.7
-

Accredited and non-accredited by the DOT
As of March
CPBI, Final results

Sources: NSO and DOT

a

2006

2008

TRANSPORTATION

73
2007

2008

2009

Registered motor
vehicles by type (Th )
Cars
Sports utility vehicles (SUVs)
Utility vehicles
Trucks
Buses
Trailers
Motorcycles and tricycles

5,530.1
751.1
193.0
1,602.6
281.3
30.1
24.4
2,647.6

5,891.3
761.9
198.5
1,595.2
296.3
29.7
27.2
2,982.5

6,220.4
780.2
222.0
1,643.9
311.6
33.0
28.7
3,201.0

Registered motor vehicles
by classification (Th )
Private
Government
Diplomatic
For hire
Tax exempt

5,530.1
4,558.7
70.5
2.4
887.0
11.4

5,891.3
4,908.3
73.3
4.9
899.2
5.5

6,220.4
5,216.7
68.2
3.9
931.0
0.6

2007

2008

2009a

119.12

138.04

97.14

1,707.67

1,961.29

1,377.22

52.93

58.59

40.03

749.38

814.59

542.52

142.89
1,723.58

149.59
1,844.88

2009b
87.24
1,079.34

2005
4,914
1,054
3,860
9,288

2006
4,357
578
3,779
7,068

2007
4,287
718
3,569
7,267

414

414

88

Light Rail Transit
Yellow lane
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue
collection (MP)
Purple lane
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue
collection (MP)
Metrostar Express
Passenger traffic (M)
Gross revenue collection (MP )
Traffic accidents
Casualties
Fatal
Nonfatal
Vehicles involved
Number of ports

Continued

74
Shipping statistics

TRANSPORTATION
2006

2007

2008

Cargo throughput (M MT )
Passenger traffic (M )

155.25
48.63

157.44
44.47

145.90
43.87

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

2005
122
108
25
47
2,920

2006
114
53
62
94
5,121

2007
110
72
54
71
2,337

2006
140,469
26,123.6

2007
329,044
33,078.4

2008
565,970
36,163.1

2004

2005

2006

23
2
1
20

17
3
1
13

15
3
3
9

2007

2008

2009c

Gross value added in transportation,
and storage
At current prices (MP)
248,617
51,985
At constant 1985 prices (MP)

265,837
53,360

201,840
39,444

478.25

498.19

511.7

2003

2005

2006d

832
103,335
102,454
881
17,578.2
136,326.2
104,235.3
53,387.8

1,046
111,432
110,733
699
22,963.0
206,408.9
167,580.5
70,222.8

767
100,379
99,183
1,196
22,895.7
209,350.9
144,863.7
94,517.6

Airline statistics
Aircraft movement
Passenger traffic (Th )

Aircraft accidents
Casualties
Crash landing
Engine malfunction
Others

Implicit price index (1985=100)
Transportation and storage
establishments
With ATE of 20 and over
Number
Total employment
Paid employees
Unpaid workers
Total compensation (MP)
Total revenue (MP)
Total cost (MP)
Value added (MP)

Continued

TRANSPORTATION

75
Concluded

Transportation and storage

2003

2005

2006d

12,808.1
(332.1)
7,805.6

6,192.6
265.4
298.2

15,537.8
(17.9)
1,109.7

7,175
51,018
43,735
7,283
3,150.4
11,976.3
6,670.7
6,421.9

6,934
48,954
44,287
4,667
3,679.1
16,195.4
10,892.7
7,173.8

3,371
27,333
25,767
1,566
2,760.7
14,956.7
10,085.3
6,175.7

1,231.4
32.3
0.04

276.5
25.1
-

395.9
12.4
0.4

establishments
With ATE of 20 and over
Gross addition to fixed
assets (MP)
Change in inventories (MP)
Subsidies (MP)
With ATE 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 August
As of July
c
As of third quarter
d
CPBI, Final results
b

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

NSCB, and NSO

76

VITAL STATISTICS
2004

2005

2006

82,663

84,241

86,972

1,710,994
890,130
820,864

1,688,918
878,084
810,834

1,663,029
864,881
798,148

Legitimate
Illegitimate
Crude birth rate3
Male
Female

1,328,824
382,170
20.7
21.4
20.0

1,242,907
445,806
20.1
20.7
19.4

1,161,158
501,871
19.1
19.8
18.5

By attendant at birth
Physician
Midwife
Nurse
Traditional (hilot )
Others
Not stated

1,710,994
693,723
448,902
14,818
536,161
11,195
6,195

1,688,918
667,211
458,479
15,248
531,700
11,448
4,832

1,663,029
656,294
464,312
13,773
515,007
11,371
2,272

8,837

9,274

10,086

Midyear population (Th)

1

Registered live births2
Male
Female

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
6
Rate

2003

2004

2005

396,331
233,739
162,592
4.9
5.7
4.0

403,191
237,750
165,441
4.9
5.7
4.0

676,156
426,054
250,102
5.1
5.9
4.2

22,844
13,329
9,515
13.7
15.3
11.9
10,327
6.2
33,171
19.9

22,557
13,219
9,338
13.2
14.9
11.4
8,648
5.1
31,205
18.2

21,674
12,752
8,922
12.8
14.5
11.0
9,151
5.4
30,825
18.3
Continued

77

VITAL STATISTICS

Concluded

Fetal mortality
Rate4

2004

2005

2006

8,935

10,351

8,458

5.2

6.1

5.1

2003

2004

2005

1,798

1,833

1,732

107.7

107.1

102.6

2004

2005

2006

582,281

518,595

492,666

7.0

6.2

5.7

Roman Catholic

212,236

197,413

185,616

Civil ceremony

276,233

232,520

214,386

90,122

84,522

88,259

Muslim

2,108

2,862

2,955

Tribal

1,118

1,129

1,278

464

149

172

6,387

7,655

8,365

Maternal mortality
Ratio4

2

Registered marriages
Crude marriage rate
By type of ceremony

Other religious rites

Unspecified (not stated)
Registered foreign
marriages2

1

Census-based population projection

2

Based on civil registration. Not adjusted for underregistration.

3

Per 1,000 midyear population

4

Per 1,000 live births

5

Deaths of children 0-4 years old

6

Deaths of children 1-4 years old

Source: NSO

INTERNATIONAL
STATISTICS

78
Population (M )
World
Africa
America
Asia
Europe1
Oceania

2007

2008

2009

6,655
944
904
4,010
733
35

6,705
967
915
4,052
736
35

6,810
999
920
4,117
738
36

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

49
31
43
126
32
4

49
32
22
127
32
4

50
33
22
129
32
4

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

1

Includes the new independent states of the former Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics (USSR)

Source: Population Reference Bureau, World Population
Data Sheet

NEWLY ORGANIZED
PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

79

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.1

(December 31, 2009)

Population2
(Aug. 1, 2007)
88,574,614a, b

Philippines

80

National Capital Region (NCR)


















16
















1
















1,705
897
27
16
30
142
21
188
21
14
32
20
33
9
16
201
28
10

11,553,427
1,660,714
305,576
424,610
617,301
2,679,450
125,338
1,378,856
363,681
245,344
568,928
532,330
510,383
452,943
552,660
403,064
613,343
61,940

Cordillera Administrative
Region (CAR)
Abra
Apayao
Benguet
Baguio City
Ifugao
Kalinga
Mountain Province

6






2


1


1

75
27
7
13

11
7
10

1,176
303
133
140
129
175
152
144

1,520,743
230,953
103,633
372,533
301,926
180,711
182,326
148,661

I - Ilocos Region
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan

4



9
2
2
1
4

116
21
32
19
44

3,265
557
768
576
1,364

4,545,906
547,284
632,255
720,972
2,645,395

City of Manila
City of Mandaluyong
City of Marikina
City of Pasig
Quezon City
City of San Juan
Kalookan City
City of Malabon
City of Navotas
City of Valenzuela
City of Las Piñas
City of Makati
City of Muntinlupa
City of Parañaque
Pasay City
Taguig City
Municipality of Pateros

137 1,497 42,023

c

Continued

NEWLY ORGANIZED
PHILIPPINES

80
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.1

(December 31, 2009)

Population2
(Aug. 1, 2007)

II - Cagayan Valley
Batanes
Cagayan
Isabela
Nueva Vizcaya
Quirino

5




3

1
2

90
6
28
35
15
6

2,311
29
820
1,055
275
132

3,051,487
15,974
1,072,571
1,041,495
397,837
163,610

III - Central Luzon
Aurora
Bataan
Bulacan
Nueva Ecija
Pampanga
Angeles City
Tarlac
Zambales
Olongapo City

7








13

1
3
5
2

1
1

117
8
11
21
27
20

17
13

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

9,720,982
187,802
662,153
2,826,926
1,853,853
1,911,951
314,493
1,243,449
493,085
227,270

IV-A - Calabarzon
Batangas
Cavite
Laguna
Quezon
Lucena City
Rizal

5





13
3
4
3
2

1

129
31
19
27
39

13

4,011
1,078
829
674
1,209
33
188

11,743,110
2,245,869
2,856,765
2,473,530
1,646,510
236,390
2,284,046

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

5





2


1
1

71
6
11
14
23

17

1,458
218
162
426
367
66
219

2,559,791
229,636
421,952
735,769
682,152
210,508
279,774

Continued

NEWLY ORGANIZED
PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

81

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.1

(December 31, 2009)

Population2
(Aug. 1, 2007)

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

6





7
3

2

1
1

107
15
12
35
11
20
14

3,471
720
282
1,063
315
550
541

5,109,798
1,190,823
513,785
1,693,821
232,757
768,939
709,673

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

6







16


1

2

13

117
17
18
16
5
42

19

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

6,843,643
495,122
515,265
701,664
151,238
1,691,878
418,710
2,370,269
499,497

VII - Central Visayas
Bohol
Cebu
Cebu City
Lapu-lapu City
Mandaue City
Negros Oriental
Siquijor

4






16
1
9



6

116
47
44



19
6

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

6,398,628
1,230,110
2,439,005
798,809
292,530
318,575
1,231,904
87,695

VIII - Eastern Visayas
Biliran
Eastern Samar
Leyte
Northern Samar
Samar (Western)
Southern Leyte

6





7

1
3

2
1

136
8
22
40
24
24
18

4,390
132
597
1,641
569
951
500

3,912,936
150,031
405,114
1,722,036
549,759
695,149
390,847

Continued

NEWLY ORGANIZED
PHILIPPINES

82
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.1

(December 31, 2009)

Population2
(Aug. 1, 2007)

IX - Zamboanga
Peninsula
Zamboanga del Norte
Zamboanga del Sur
Zamboanga City
Zamboanga Sibugay
3
City of Isabela

3




5
2
2


1

67
25
26

16

1,904
691
681
98
389
45

3,230,094
907,238
914,278
774,407
546,186
87,985

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

5






9
2

1

3
3

84
20
5
22

14
23

2,022
464
58
462
44
490
424
80

3,952,437
1,190,284
81,293
538,283
308,046
531,680
748,885
553,966

XI - Davao Region
Compostela Valley
Davao del Norte
Davao del Sur
Davao City
Davao Oriental

4




6

3
2

1

43
11
8
14

10

1,162
237
223
337
182
183

4,156,653
637,366
847,440
822,406
1,363,337
486,104

XII - Soccsksargen
Cotabato
Sarangani
South Cotabato
General Santos City
Sultan Kudarat
4
Cotabato City

4





5
1

2

1
1

45
17
7
10

11

1,194
543
140
199
26
249
37

3,829,081
1,121,974
475,514
767,254
529,542
675,644
259,153

Continued

NEWLY ORGANIZED
PHILIPPINES
Region, Province,
and Highly
Urbanized City

83

Prov.

City Mun.

Brgy.1

(December 31, 2009)

Population2
(Aug. 1, 2007)

5





6
2

1

1
2

67
10

13
7
20
17

1,310
166
86
314
100
335
309

Concluded
2,293,480
314,027
298,378
609,447
120,813
409,468
541,347

Autonomous Region in Muslim
Mindanao (ARMM)
5
Basilan

Lanao del Sur

Maguindanao

Sulu

Tawi-tawi

2
1
1


116
11
39
36
19
11

2,488
210
1,159
506
410
203

4,120,795
408,520
1,138,544
1,273,715
849,670
450,346

XIII - Caraga
Agusan del Norte
Butuan City
Agusan del Sur
Dinagat Islands
Surigao del Norte
Surigao del Sur

Notes:
Prov. - Province, Mun. - Municipality, Brgy. - Barangay
1

Provincial total excludes number of barangays in highly urbanized cities.

2

Provincial total excludes population of highly urbanized cities.

3

Excluded in Basilan.

4

Excluded in Maguindanao.

a

Regional counts do not add up to national total. Includes 24,789 persons
residing in areas disputed by City of Pasig (NCR) and Province of Rizal
(Region IV-A) and 4,555 persons in areas disputed by Province of Davao
Oriental (Region XI) and Province of Surigao del Sur (Region XIII).
b
Includes 2,279 Filipinos in Philippine embassies, consulates,
and missions abroad.
c
City and municipal counts do not add up to regional total. Includes
56,966 persons residing in barangays disputed by City of Makati
and Taguig City.
Sources : NSO, 2007 Census of Population , NSCB, and DILG,
National Barangay Operations Office

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