National

Statistics
Office

NATIONAL QUICKSTAT
(A Monthly Update of Philippine Statistics)

As of October 2012
REFERENCE PERIOD and DATA

INDICATOR
PRICE INDICES (Source: NSO)
Consumer Price Index (2006 = 100)
Philippines
National Capital Region (NCR)
Areas Outside NCR
Inflation rate
Philippines
National Capital Region (NCR)
Areas Outside NCR
Purchasing power of the peso

Annual 2011
126.2
120.9
127.8

September 2012
131.4
125.5
133.3

August 2012
131.5
126.4
133.1

September 2011
126.8
121.2
128.6

3.6
3.5
3.7
0.76
July 2012
220.0
August 2012
157.7
September 2012
219.1
174.7
August 2012
162.2

3.8
4.4r
3.6
0.76
June 2012
218.7
July 2012
155.6
August 2012
218.0
175.2
July 2012
161.6r

4.7
4.1
4.9
0.79
July 2011
220.1
August 2011
152.5
September 2011
212.5
168.0
August 2011
163.6

p

June 2012

July 2011r

9,691
4,964
4,727
(236)

9,403
5,089
4,314
(775)

9,462
5,001
4,460
(541)

1,344
1,195
1,170

1,315
716
1,478

1,536
713
1,112

Top imports:
1. Electronic products
2. Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials
3. Industrial machinery and equipment

1,223
1,152
298

1,458
813
293

1,167
1,313
232

Top exports:
1. Electronic products
2. Metal Components (excluding brakes and servo-brakes)
3. Woodcrafts and furniture

1,675
648
177

1,887
150
158

2,253
73
166

August 2012

July 2012

August 2011

162.5

163.0r

157.7

General Wholesale Price Index in the Philippines (1998 = 100)
General Retail Price Index in NCR (2000 = 100)
Wholesale Price Index for Construction Materials in NCR (2000 = 100)
Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in NCR (2000 = 100)
Producer Price Index for Manufacturing (2000 = 100)
FOREIGN TRADE (FOB value in million US dollars) Source: NSO
Total foreign trade
Imports
Exports
Balance of trade
Top traders:
1. Japan
2. Singapore
3. USA

MONTHLY INTEGRATED SURVEY ON SELECTED INDUSTRIES (Source: NSO)
Value of production index (2000 = 100)

Total 2011
108,187
54,719
51,432
(3,287)

July 2012

Gainers over last year (%)
Footwear and wearing apparel

73.8

80.2r

4.3

Transport equipment

37.5

25.3r

(2.3)

Food manufacturing

25.3

16.2r

(19.0)

Losers over last year (%)
Tobacco products

(34.7)

(33.3)r

10.9

Miscellaneous manufactures

(31.4)

(18.4)r

26.0

Basic metals

(20.7)

(44.9)r

6.9

99.8

100.8r

96.4

Volume of production index (2000 = 100)
Gainers over last year (%)
Footwear and wearing apparel

75.1

83.2r

5.5

Furniture and fixtures

43.8

34.3r

95.4

Transport equipment

38.2

85.3r

13.6

Losers over last year (%)
Tobacco products

(34.3)

(32.9)r

6.1

Miscellaneous manufactures

(30.7)

(14.9)r

50.4

Petroleum products

(19.9)

(1.5)r

(2.1)

162.4

168.6r

171.9
(18.0)

Value of net sales index (2000 = 100)
Gainers over last year (%)
Textiles

99.3

87.8r

Footwear and wearing apparel

80.0

87.4r

3.3

Transport equipment

47.6

35.6r

(2.2)

Losers over last year (%)
Basic metals

(41.7)

Petroleum products

(31.1)

(62.3)r
4.3

75.6

Miscellaneous manufactures

(17.3)

(7.7)r

6.4

99.7

r

104.3

105.0
(20.5)

Volume of net sales index (2000 = 100)
Gainers over last year (%)

18.2

Textiles

99.6

88.6r

Footwear and wearing apparel

81.3

90.5r

4.5

Transport equipment

48.3

35.8r

(5.2)

Basic metals

(36.1)

(59.4)r

7.1

Petroleum products

(32.8)

7.8r

31.1

Miscellaneous manufactures

(16.6)

(3.7)r

27.0

83.2

83.3

83.3

Losers over last year (%)

Capacity utilization (%)

701 4.278 140.717.240 782.806 7.329 4.068 975 1.416 1.74r July 2011 1.6 3.309 162.912 1.175 123.344 414.713 Total 2010 September 2011p August 2011p September 2010 1.749 9.22 5.249 743.344 3.138.096 4.315 6. Inc.826 1.86 7.523 123.233 443 684.82p July 2012 1.616 7.116.032 2.247 480.096 86.803 633.864.87 March 2012 14.467 443 684.43 April 2012 11.152 967.359 382.278. value in thousand pesos) Source: NSO 2nd Qtr.17 210.899 3.9 99.346.79 180.730 32.912.21 208.043 1.407.2 5.227 1.24 1.326 970.18 September 2011 43.992 15.1 34. Survey on Overseas Filipinos) 2011 2010 2009 2.) Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi)) Volume traded (In million shares) Value of shares traded (In million pesos) TRANSPORTATION (Source: Land Transportation Office) Registered motor vehicles METRO TRAIN Light Rail Transit (LRT) (Source: Light Rail Transit Authority) Yellow Lane (Line 1) Passenger traffic (In million passengers) Gross revenue collection (In million pesos) Purple Lane (Line 2) Passenger traffic (In million passengers) Gross revenue collection (In million pesos) Metrorail Transit (MRT) (Source: Metrostar Express) Passenger traffic (In million passengers) Gross revenue collection (In million pesos) *includes deployed Filipino workers by country of destination.776.676 347.138.735 7.531 4.167 139.036 116.220 August 2012 July 2012 August 2011 9. 2011 4.408 126.818 4.095 407 By type of fuel used (Gas + Diesel) Private Government For hire Trailer Others 7.126 1.5 Total 2011 July 2012 June 2012 July 2011 By classification (New + Renewal) Private Government For hire Others 7.071 584.49p June 2012 1.9 103.424 67.626 92.64 5.966 130.892 1.662 92.026 September 2012p August 2012 September 2011 5.01 April 2011 11.196.928 9.435 93.305 8.79 5.670.402 1.808.096.868.0 99.796.458 3.148 114.249) 124.394.563 92.817.340.721.803 636.378 98.673 307 690.29 140.158 1.004.576 4.31 5.452 94.2 37.284 107.213 131.435 Total domestic trade Quantity Value Water Quantity Value Air trade Quantity Value OFW REMITTANCES (Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) Total (In thousand US dollars) Land based Sea based OFW DEPLOYMENT (Source: Philippine Overseas Employment Administration) Total Land based * Sea based NUMBER OF OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS (Source: NSO.071 581.072 1.066.34 2.946.045 106. LAC-NAIA cabin crews and POEA regional extension units.135 4.470.94 147.790 3.236 743.322.927.464 307 690.83 June 2011 12.567 586.128 31.150 91.558 (39.010 902 September 2012p August 2012r September 2011 2 0 17 0 25 1 August 2012 July 2012 August 2011 129.861 23.704. .600 6.113 9.98 80.26 70.NATIONAL QUICKSTAT As of October 2012 REFERENCE PERIOD and DATA INDICATOR DOMESTIC TRADE (Quantity in tons.28 May 2012 14.504 1.373.516.695.392 99.873.50 September 2012 41.567 589.612 422.7 176.790 Total 2011 August 2012p July 2012p August 2011 20.613 6. 2012 2nd Qtr. 2012 1st Qtr.762.951 67.57 Both sexes (In thousands) Male Female ACTUAL STRIKES/LOCKOUTS (Source: National Conciliation and Mediation Board) New notices of strikes/lockouts filed Actual strikes/lockouts declared GOVERNMENT CASH OPERATIONS (In million pesos) Source: Bureau of the Treasury Revenues Expenditures Surplus/(deficit) MONEY AND BANKING (Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) Total Resources of the Financial System (In billion pesos) Peso savings deposit rate (WAIR in percent per annum) Peso time deposit interest rate (all maturities) Bank lending rates (WAIR in percent per annum) Exchange rate: Dollar to Peso (Monthly average) INVESTMENTS (Source: Philippine Stock Exchange.78 2.03 68.123.287.046.885 2.571 1.700 6.766 138.63 August 2012 42.359 3.600.999.429 6.61 181.865.076 407 June 2012 14.97 5.045 9.859 6.267.725.

593 2. and personal service activities FAMILY INCOME AND EXPENDITURE (Annual Average) Source: NSO.8 53.374.318 45.803 37. 2011 29.348 1.908 4.3 33.932.756.912 9.635 4.006.432.463 2.620.841 7.088 2.424 2.826.3% 92.163. 2012 2nd Qtr.577 647 831 2009p 2006 2003 206 176 31 173 147 26 148 124 24 129 110 19 125 107 19 122 102 20 1 May 10 1-May-10 92.0% 7.451.90 (2000-2010) 308 1 Aug 07 1-Aug-07 88.1% Total employed persons (In thousands) Total underemployed persons (In thousands) Total unemployed persons (In thousands) Class of worker (In percent) Wage and salary workers Self-employed Own-account Unpaid family workers Industry Sector (In percent) Agriculture Industry Services 37.506.9% 19.3 11.516 1.103.717.3% 62.488 166.495 2. gas.530.332. renting.752 3.347 5.549 628 544 6.987.813 3.980 3.368.4 43.181 14.078 15.837.783 3.676.756.602 1.232.358 4.549 2.487. 2012 4th Qtr.9% 7.214.34 (1990-2000) 255 30.332.886 1. .020 53.771.7 30.410 76.664.584 8.256 4.650 1.083.7% and 17.673.998 4.NATIONAL QUICKSTAT As of October 2012 REFERENCE PERIOD and DATA INDICATOR July 2012p April 2012p July 2011 Total 15 years old and over (in '000) Labor force participation rate Employment rate Unemployment rate Underemployment rate 63.9 15.451 2.0 9.068 5.311 1.7%.811 1.0% 93.615 44.3 29.301.101 24.198 92.583.7 40.5 10.394.558 21.095 2. alterations and repairs (number) Value Additions (number) Total floor area Value Alterations and repairs (number) Value BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY (Source: NSO) Industry Description (with ATE 20 or more) Philippines Agriculture.554 441 679 59.878.252.886 20.769 4.780.842 37.504.225.256 776 2.374 3.852 1/ 1.076 6.3 3.546 2.304.470 38.1% 6.073 3.979.175.784 3.041.024 52 771 886 52.709.106 7.762 1.666 3.419.474.011 19.221 88. 2012 1st Qtr.666 5.266 37.054 64.1 27.548.6 51.260.399 690 139 34 6. and water supply Construction Wholesale and retail trade.7% 93.456 2006 (Based on CPBI) 21.504 28.899 15. hunting and forestry Fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing Electricity.100 4.460 49 157 558 49.809 2.720.416.280 287 100 56 908 1.398 14.8 28.770 2. 2011 12.389.157.02 20. motorcycles and personal and household goods Hotels and restaurants Transport.480 6.04 (2000-2007) 295 1 May 00 1-May-00 76.973.4 55.312 2.928 2/ 2.495 2.109 1.024 466 648 2005 (Based on ASPBI) 26.086 4. and communication Financial intermediation Real estate.899 4.593.734.5 3.570 19.02 18. social.695 1.159 158.7 15.313.118 9.329. storage.974 24. repair of motor vehicles.930 2.574 751 431 78 5.580 3.171.560 2.0 LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (Source: NSO Labor Force Survey) NATIONAL ACCOUNTS (In million pesos) Source: NSCB At current prices Gross National Income Gross Domestic Product At constant 2000 prices ** Gross National Income Gross Domestic Product PRIVATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (Source: NSO) Philippines (number) Total floor area (In square meters) Value (In thousand pesos) Residential (number) Total floor area Value Nonresidential (number) Total floor area Value Additions.345 28. respectively.382 2.811 3.803.148 3.571 7.459.847 64.519 23.516 2.6 31.638.410 357.01 5.524.787 1.564 1.983. FIES At 2009 Prices (In thousand pesos) Family income Family expenditure At 2000 Prices (In thousand pesos) Family income Family expenditure Family savings DEMOGRAPHY (Source: NSO) Total Population Average Annual Population Growth Rate Population Density (persons per square kilometer) Population by Age Group 0-14 years 15-64 years 65 years and over Household Population Male Female Sex Ratio Number of Household Average household size ** the base year (2000) GDP and GNI estimates were revised upward by 6.251.853 43.278.9 56.7 Total 2011 2nd Qtr.913.5 29.822 59.257.145 17.978 46.841 2009 (Based on ASPBI) 132.537 2.0% 22.614 1.0 15.660 1.7% 62.524 57.539.304 43 756 145 43. 2011 1st Qtr.119 64.446 3.407 1.897 45.451 2. and other business activities Private education Health and social work Other community.750 925 727 1.585 5.337.085 2.610 4.5 4.431 1.097.1% 19.366 1/ 2.993 1st Qtr.

287 409 11.568 9.365 5.406 580 14.231 14. Boulevard Sta (Tel 713-7090) 713 7090) Census Serbilis sa Radyo: DZRB-Radyo ng Bayan (738 kHz) every Saturday from 6:15-7:00 a.Census of Philippine Business and Industry .572 1.491 26.307 5.gov.934 12.1% 92. not adjusted for under registration) Male Female Crude death rate (per thousand population) Fetal deaths 2009 2008 2007 1.670 47.425 46.2% 2008 2003 2000 86. not adjusted for under registration) Crude marriage rate (per thousand population) Deaths (Based on civil registration.265 164.651 228. you may visit the following: NSO website: www.574 1. consulates.9% 12. excludes overseas Filipino workers.948 31. Compiled by: DATABANK AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION Tel Nos. 714-1517 / 713-7081 / 715-6430 E-mail: info@census.506 5.144 4.466 1.9% 36.Weighted average interest rates ATE .399 Top 3 Leading Causes of Death 1) Heart disease 2) Cerebrovascular disease (brain dysfunction) 3) Malignant neoplasm (Cancer) FAMILY PLANNING (Sources: NSO.790 5.054 8.908 56. Includes 2.422 1.093 6.525 14.585 4.749. basic reading and writing skills) Functional literacy rate (10 to 64 years old.894 29.171 7.837.340 6. writing.409 187.Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry .045 207. FLEMMS/CPH) 2006 2005 50.820 279.647 181.531 27.0% Visitors arrivals to the Philippines by country of residence ASEAN East Asia South Asia Middle East North America South America Western Europe Northern Europe Southern Europe Eastern Europe Eastern Mediterranean Europe Australiasia and the Pacific Africa Other unspecified residences Overseas Filipinos*** *** Philippine passport holders permanently residing abroad. Vital Statistics Report) Births (Based on civil registration. Manila (Tel.2 - 1.Family Income and Expenditure Survey FLEMMS .4% 93. Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total.052 340 17.969 44.841 328 4.ph . not adjusted for under registration) Crude birth rate (per thousand population) Marriages (Based on civil registration.7 441.254 480.205 33.031 376.285 4.080 856.931 3.0% 13.576 23.800 1.448 4.gov.316 928.Census of Population and Housing FOB .173 1.153 319 3.ph NSO Library: 2nd Floor Solicarel Building II.310 838.7 490.514 - 1.222 19. consulates and mission abroad.557 Simple literacy rate (10 years old and over.513 201.152 337.4% 84.745. and 2.963 4.Functional Literacy.036 258. and Mass Media Survey CPH .208 157.323 45.300 182.989 persons residing in the areas disputed by the City of Pasig (NCR) and the province of Rizal (Region IV-A).498 3.3% 36. not adjusted for under registration) Foreign Marriages (Based on civil registration.National Statistical Coordination Board . R Magsaysay Boulevard.375 4.9% 14.221 838. Preliminary r Revised p 1/ 2/ Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total.9 492.364 18.784.923 757 20.798 587 16.267 10.m.764 5.400 331.672 1. not adjusted for under registration) Male Female Foreign Births (Based on civil registration.3% - SY 2009-2010 SY 2008-2009 SY 2007-2008 13.182 323.NATIONAL QUICKSTAT As of October 2012 REFERENCE PERIOD and DATA INDICATOR HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS (Source: NSO.829 743.739 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies.259 55.638 273 11.681 61.851 Filipinos in the Philippine Embassies.342 6. Family Planning Survey and Family Health Survey) Contraceptive prevalence rate (Based on currently married women aged 15-49 years) Modern method Traditional method EDUCATION (Source: NSO.076 449 2.333 Total 2011 August 2012 July 2012 August 2011 3.Average Total Employment For more updates on statistics and civil registration.732 - 88.265 1.314 48.458 100.711 3.164 15.National Statistics Office .112 13.305 1. Education. II R. NSO NSCB ASPBI CPBI FIES .883 190.411 12.686 12.318 1.6% 35.Free on board WAIR .139 54.917. Mesa Mesa.806 5.571 62.585 907.236 486. Sta. and computational skills) ENROLMENT (Source: Department of Education) Elementary (in thousand) Public Private Secondary (in thousand) Public Private TOURISM (Source: Department of Tourism) 2011 48.134 13. Includes 18.878 911.412 10.736 5.1 8.634 3. basic reading.census. and mission abroad.8% 49.

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