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2017 Philippine Statistical Yearbook

The Philippine Statistical Yearbook (PSY) is an annual publication by the PHILIPPINE STATISTICS AUTHORITY (PSA). For technical inquiries, please contact us at: (632) 462-6600 or email us at kmcd.staff@psa.gov.ph. TERMS OF USE OF PSA PUBLICATIONS The PSA reserves its exclusive right to reproduce all its publications in whatever form. Any part of this publication should not be reproduced, recopied, lent or repackaged for other parties for any commercial purposes without written permission from the PSA. Any part of this publication may only be reproduced for internal use of the recipient/customer company. Should any portion of the data in this publication be included in a report/article, the title of the publication and the PSA as publisher should be cited as the source of the data. Any information derived from the processing of data contained in this publication will not be the responsibility of PSA. ISSN 0118-1564 Published by the Philippine Statistics Authority PSA CVEA Bldg, East Avenue, Quezon City 1101 Philippines. October 2017 The PSY is available in printed and electronic formats (Excel/Word/Pdf in CDRom). Back issues of this publication are available for purchase. For details, please contact us at (632)462-6600 local 839 or at kmcd.staff@psa.gov.ph. ii

FOREWORD Statistics play a very important role in policymaking not only in government but also in the private sector. With this in mind, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is pleased to release the annual Philippine Statistical Yearbook (PSY) as its contribution towards data-driven and evidence-based policymaking in the country. PSY is one of PSA’s flagship publications which aims to be a reliable source of information for strategic planning, policy, program and project formulation, business and investment decisionmaking, research and feasibility studies, and media news articles and investigative stories. The 2017 edition of PSY has nineteen chapters that encompass a specific statistical subject area or sector such as population and housing, income and prices, environment and natural resources, industry, trade, tourism, vital, health, and nutrition statistics, public order, safety and justice, and science and technology, among others. To meet the needs of a wide range of data users from government, business sector, academe and civil society, and the general public, PSY data and statistics are disaggregated in different dimensions. Also included in the 2017 edition is a special feature on “Family Income and Expenditure Survey 2015”, a summary table on average family income, family expenditure, and gini coefficient. PSY contains time-series statistical information about the country’s social and economic environment. These statistics are sourced from the surveys and censuses conducted by statistical agencies, administrative and regulatory records of government agencies, and publications by local and international organizations. Moreover, these data have been generated in accordance with principles, standards, and classifications set by international recommendations and guidelines adapted to local conditions. For this, we at the PSA aspire that readers will find this PSY 2017 serviceable and very informative. Also, we sincerely acknowledge the unwavering support and cooperation of our partner agencies and data sources for providing the needed information, thus making this publication possible. LISA GRACE S. BERSALES, Ph.D. Undersecretary National Statistician and Civil Registrar General October 2017 iii

CONTENTS Foreword iii Contents v The Philippine Statistics Authority Board vii The Philippine Statistics Authority viii List of Data Sources ix Standard Symbols Used x Summary of Major Statistical Series 1 Special Feature: Family Income and Expenditure ' Survey 2015 15 Chapter 1 POPULATION and HOUSING 1-1 Chapter 2 INCOME and PRICES 2-1 Chapter 3 ECONOMIC ACCOUNTS 3-1 Chapter 4 ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 4-1 Chapter 5 AGRICULTURE AND AGRARIAN REFORM 5-1 Chapter 6 INDUSTRY 6-1 Chapter 7 TRADE 7-1 Chapter 8 TOURISM 8-1 Chapter 9 VITAL, HEALTH and NUTRITION STATISTICS 9-1 Chapter 10 EDUCATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT 10-1 Chapter 11 LABOR and EMPLOYMENT 11-1 Chapter 12 SOCIAL SERVICES 12-1 Chapter 13 TRANSPORTATION and COMMUNICATION 13-1 Chapter 14 ENERGY and WATER RESOURCES 14-1 Chapter 15 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 15-1 Chapter 16 BANKING and FINANCE 16-1 Chapter 17 PUBLIC ORDER, SAFETY and JUSTICE 17-1 Chapter 18 SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY 18-1 Chapter 19 INTERNATIONAL STATISTICS 19-1 19-1 Appendix Appendix-2 Glossary of Terms v

THE PHILIPPINE STATISTICS AUTHORITY BOARD SECRETARY OF SOCIOECONOMIC PLANNING and DIRECTOR-GENERAL NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Chairperson DEPARTMENT of BUDGET and MANAGEMENT Vice Chairperson MEMBERS of the BOARD Philippine Statistics Authority Department of Agrarian Reform Department of Education Department of Energy Department of Environment and Natural Resources Department of Finance Department of Foreign Affairs Department of Health Department of Information and Communication Technology Department of the Interior and Local Government Department of Justice Department of Labor and Employment Department of National Defense Department of Public Works and Highways Department of Science and Technology Department of Social Welfare and Development Department of Trade and Industry Department of Transportation (formerly Department of Transportation and Communication) Department of Tourism Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Commission on Higher Education Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Governance Commission on GOCCs Philippine Statistical Research and Training Institute Philippine Statistical Association, Inc, Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines Private Sector vi Usec. Lisa Grace S. Bersales National Statistician and Civil Registrar General Usec. Teresita O. Vistro Usec. Jesus L.R. Mateo Usec. Raul B. Aguilos Usec. Ernesto D. Adobo, Jr. Usec. Karl Kendrick T. Chua Usec. Manuel A.J. Teehankee Usec. Lilibeth C. David Usec. Denis F. Villorente Usec. Austere A. Panadero Usec. Reynante B. Orceo Usec. Dominador R. Say Usec. Ricardo A. David, Jr. Usec. Maria Catalina E. Cabral Usec. Carol M. Yorobe Usec. Florita R. Villar Usec. Ceferino S. Rodolfo Usec. Gary V. De Guzman Usec. Rolando Cañizal Dep. Gov. Diwa C. Guinigundo Dir. Maria Teresita M. Semana Deputy Dir. Gen. Rosanna A. Urdaneta Comm. Michael P. Cloribel Ms. Virginia N. Gañac (OIC) Dr. Dennis S. Mapa Gov. Al Francis C. Bichara Dr. Ana Maria L. Tabunda

Republic of the Philippines THE PHILIPPINE STATISTICS AUTHORITY LISA GRACE S. BERSALES, Ph. D. Undersecretary National Statistician and Civil Registrar General Assistant Secretaries Deputy National Statisticians JOSIE B. PEREZ ESTELA T. DE GUZMAN Censuses and Technical Coordination Office Civil Registration and Central Support Office ROMEO S. RECIDE Sectoral Statistics Office Assistant National Statisticians Candido J. Astrologo, Jr. Minerva Eloisa P. Esquivias Standards Service National Censuses Service Wilma A. Guillen Vivian R. Illarina Social Sector Statistics Service Macroeconomic Accounts Service Gene V. Lorica Editha R. Orcilla OIC, Information Technology and Dissemination Service Civil Registration Service Maribeth C. Pilimpinas Dulce A. Regala Finance and Administrative Service Economic Sector Statistics Service vii

LIST OF DATA SOURCES Department of Agriculture (DA) Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority Department of Budget & Management (DBM) Department of Education (DepEd) National Education Testing and Reseach Center Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources Environmental Management Bureau Forest Management Bureau Mines and Geo-Sciences Bureau National Mapping & Resource Info. Authority Department of Energy (DOE) Department of Finance (DOF) Bureau of the Treasury Insurance Commission Department of Health (DOH) Food and Drug Administration Dangerous Drug Board Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Bureau of Fire Protection Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Bureau of Local Government Supervision Philippine National Police Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Corrections Public Attorney's Office Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Bureau of Labor Relations National Conciliation and Mediation Board National Wages and Productivity Commission Phil. Overseas and Employment Administration Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Department of National Defense (DND) National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Department of Science and Technology (DOST) National Computer Center Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical & Astronomical Services Administration Dept. of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) viii Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Intellectual Property Office Dept. of Transportation and Comm. (DOTC) Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Maritime Industry Authority Land Transportation Office National Telecommunications Commission Philippine National Railways Department of Tourism (DOT) National Economic and Devt. Authority (NEDA) Philippine Statistics Authority Government Owned and Controlled Corp. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Development Bank of the Philippines Government Service Insurance System Home Development Mutual Fund Local Water Utilities Administration National Electrification Administration National Food Authority National Housing Authority National Irrigation Administration Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation Philippine Ports Authority Philippine Postal Corporation Social Security System Other Executive Offices Commission on Higher Education Professional Regulation Commission Securities and Exchange Commission Supreme Court of the Philippines Constitutional Offices Civil Service Commision Commission on Audit Publications United Nations Statistical Yearbook Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries, ADB Asian Development Outlook, ADB Budget on Expenditures & Sources of Financing, DBM

STANDARD SYMBOLS USED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. SYMBOLS MEANING CY SY FY n.e.s. n.e.c p r . * . Calendar Year (January 1 - December 31) School Year Fiscal Year (July 1 - June 30) Not Elsewhere Stated Not Elsewhere Classified Preliminary Revised Data not available Less than half the unit employed Nil or zero Not applicable ix

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL TABLES

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Reference period Compared to Value Reference period Value Percent Change Chapter l. POPULATION AND HOUSING l. Population August 1, 2015 100,981,837 May 1, 2010 92,337,852 9.4 2. Population Regional distribution August 1, 2015 100,981,837 May 1, 2010 92,337,852 9.4 12,877,253 1,722,006 5,026,128 3,451,410 11,218,177 14,414,774 2,963,360 5,796,989 4,477,247 6,041,903 4,440,150 3,629,783 4,689,302 4,893,318 4,545,276 2,596,709 3,781,387 4,414,131 11,855,975 1,616,867 4,748,372 3,229,163 10,137,737 12,609,803 2,744,671 5,420,411 4,194,579 5,513,514 4,101,322 3,407,353 4,297,323 4,468,563 4,109,571 2,429,224 3,256,140 4,194,525 8.6 6.5 5.8 6.9 10.7 14.3 8.0 6.9 6.7 9.6 8.3 6.5 9.1 9.5 10.6 6.9 16.1 5.2 2,134 2,739 (22.1) 46,940 31,288 2.9 3.5 0.609 5.7 National Capital Region Cordillera Administrative Region Region I Region II Region III Region IV-A Region IV-B Region V Region VI Region VII Region VIII Region IX Region X Region XI Region XII Region XIII ARMM Negros Island Region Filipinos in Philippine Embassies/Consula and Missions Abroad 3. Registered Filipino emigrants Female Male 2014 4. Human development index 2012 2013 48,321 32,368 0.644 2 2009

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Compared to Statistical series Reference period Value Reference period Value Percent Change Chapter 2. INCOME AND PRICES 1. Average family income (pesos) 2. Average family expenditure (pesos) 3. Poverty Threshold (annual per capita) 4. Poverty Incidence (% among families) 5. Poverty Incidence (% among populations) 6. Consumer price index for all items (2006 100) Philippines National Capital Region Areas Outside National Capital Region 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2016 267 215 21,753 16.5 21.6 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2015 235 193 18,935 19.7 25.2 13.6 11.4 14.9 (16.2) (14.3) 141.5 131.8 144.6 1.8 1.2 1.9 16,114,554r 9,143,238r 8.2 6.7 7,600,175r 719,742r 80,500 1,760,989 r 456,932 246,990r 581,289 6.9 1.3 3.2 7.0 13.7 9.8 5.9 1,362,635 588,169 930,555 1,270,526 546,714 r 854,747 7.2 7.6 8.9 318,900 841,704 297,449r 784,297r 7.2 7.3 7,600,175r 5,266,632r 783,955r 1,838,432r 701,802r 938,733r 99,286 60,713r 3,695,428r 3,984,272r 6.9 7.0 8.4 23.7 15.1 34.5 3.6 34.2 10.7 18.5 96,714 51,832 6.6 5.2 144.0 133.4 147.4 Chapter 3. ECONOMIC ACCOUNTS 1. Gross national income (million pesos) At current prices At constant 2000 prices 2016 2015 17,430,420 9,756,831 2. Gross domestic product by industrial origin (at constant 2000 prices,(million pesos) Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing Construction Electricity, gas, and water supply Transport, storage and communication Trade and repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles, personal and household goods Financial Intermediation Real Estate, Renting & Business Activities Public Administration & Defense: Compulsory Social Security Other Services 3. Expenditures on gross domestic product (at constant 2000 prices,(million pesos) Household final consumption expenditures Government consumption Capital formation Construction Durable equipment Breeding stocks and orchard development Intellectual property products Exports (Less) Imports 4. Per capita household final consumption expenditures (pesos) At current prices At constant 2000 prices 2016 8,126,403 710,510 83,112 1,884,320 519,697 271,218 615,583 2016 8,126,403 5,632,776 850,146 2,274,792 807,476 1,262,541 102,846 81,498 4,090,137 4,721,448 2016 2015 2015 2015 103,090 54,515 3

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Statistical series Chapter 4. ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES Latest data Reference period Percent Change Compared to Reference period Value Value 2015 30,000,000 2014 30,000,000 0.0 1. Land classification (in hectares) Alienable and disposable Forest Land Classified Unclassified 2. Area reforested (in hectares) 2016 14,194,675 15,805,325 15,050,316 755,009 284,084 2015 14,194,675 15,805,325 15,050,316 755,009 360,357 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (21.2) 3. Forest Disturbance (in hectares) 2015 15702 2014 795 235.9 4. Production of forest products (1,000 cu.m.) Logs Lumber Plywood Veneer 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 762 424 152 59 2015 2015 2015 2015 842 322 146 59 (9.5) 31.7 4.1 0.0 5. Value of mineral production (in million pesos) 2016 176,352 2015 169,540 4.0 Quantity 84,321 25,669 18,150 7,519 (7.4) (3.2) (2.9) (4.0) 53,250 55,065 (3.3) 2015 13,825 22,371 8,904 2,613 69 5,665 2014 14,735 22,926 9,084 2,583 72 5,530 (6.2) (2.4) (2.0) 1.1 (4.4) 2.4 2015 3,587 2014 3,545 1.2 2015 Chapter 5. AGRICULTURE 1. Production of agricultural crops (thousand metric tons) Cereals Palay Corn Crop year 2016 Major crops Coconut Sugarcane Banana Pineapple Coffee Other major crops Other crops 4 Quantity 78,096 24,846 17,627 7,219 Crop year 2015

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series 2. Value of production of agricultural crops (million pesos) Cereals Palay Corn Major crops Coconut Sugarcane Banana Pineapple Coffee Other major crops Other crops 3. Fish production ('000 m.t.) (Quantity) Commercial fishing Municipal fishing Aquaculture 4. Value of fishing production (million pesos) Commercial fishing Municipal fishing Aquaculture 5. Livestock and poultry production (Quantity) (thousand metric tons) Livestock (Liveweight) Poultry (Liveweight) Egg 6. Value of livestock and poultry (million pesos) Livestock (Liveweight) Poultry (Liveweight) Egg Reference period Crop year 2016 Compared to Value 958,556 388,428 302,307 86,120 492,278 107,703 45,188 148,684 23,329 5,845 161,529 77,850 Reference period Crop year 2015 Value Percent Change 856,025 403,569 311,088 92,481 378,561 95,189 42,414 136,531 20,946 5,687 77,794 73,895 12.0 (3.8) (2.8) (6.9) 30.0 13.1 6.5 8.9 11.4 2.8 (307.6) 5.4 2015 4,649 1,085 1,217 2,348 2014 4,689 1,107 1,244 2,338 (0.9) (2.0) (2.2) 0.4 2015 239,702 64,875 81,486 93,341 2014 241,944 66,190 81,805 93,949 (0.9) (2.0) (0.4) (0.6) 2,627 1,695 487 0.2 7.1 39.0 251,990 154,771 46,475 25.8 310.3 82.4 176.9 224.6 234.8 13.6 73.3 93.8 55.2 62.2 226.2 119.3 95.6 (98.2) (73.6) 30.8 2016 2015 2,628 1,707 506 2016 2015 258,487 202,803 50,306 Chapter 6. INDUSTRY 1. Index of value of production of key manufacturing enterprises by industry Food Beverage Tobacco Textiles Footwear and wearing apparel Wood and wood products 2016 187.9 275.4 262.8 14.9 66.1 86.9 56.9 5 2015

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Statistical series Furniture and fixtures Paper and paper products Publishing and printing Leather products Chemical products Rubber and rubber products Petroleum products Non-metallic mineral products Basic metals Transport equipment Electrical machinery Miscellaneous 2. Amount of approved investments (million pesos) Latest data Reference period Percent Change Compared to Reference period Value Value 2016 64.6 94.2 451.7 1.2 462.1 192.3 118.6 199.1 262.1 181.2 119.5 82.8 2015 89.0 92.1 446.7 6.6 464.0 160.7 128.1 207.0 232.3 148.2 122.3 81.7 (27.4) 2.3 1.1 (81.8) (0.4) 19.7 (7.4) (3.8) 12.8 22.3 (2.3) 1.3 2016 685,953 2,015 686,866 (0.1) 58,827 71,067 (12,240) (2.4) 18.4 118.2 1,437 1,152 210 52 23 1,404 1 1,129 160 70 45 2.4 2.0 31.3 (25.7) (48.9) 105 99 6 32 22 3 7 228.1 350.0 (14.3) 1,581 369 83 20 730 13 365 1,406 345 57 46 658 16 285 12.4 7.0 45.6 (56.5) 10.9 (18.8) 28.1 864 845 2.2 Chapter 7. TRADE 1. External trade (million US dollars) Exports Imports Balance of trade 2. Total exports (million US dollars) Coconut products Copra Coconut oil Dessicated coconut Copra meal or cake Others 2016 2015 57,406 84,108 (26,702) 2016 2015 Sugar and sugar products Centrifugal and refined sugar Molasses Others Fruits and Vegetables Canned pineapple Pineapple juice Pineapple concentrates Bananas Mangoes Others Other Agro-Based Products 6

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Forest products Logs Lumber Plywood Veneer sheets/corestocks Others Reference period Compared to Reference period Value 2016 28 27 - Mineral products Copper concentrates Copper metal Gold Iron ore agglomerates Chromium ore Nickel Others Petroleum products Manufactures 2015 Percent Change Value 15 46 1 1 86.7 (41.3) - 2,350 2,853 (17.6) 527 125 3 107 6 1,582 599 381 110 117 4 1,643 (12.0) (67.2) (97.3) (8.5) 50.0 (3.7) 282 314 (10.2) 49,702 50,808 (2.2) Chapter 8. TOURISM 1. Number of visitor arrivals 2016 5,967,005 2015 5,360,682 11.3 2. Total visitor receipts (million US ) Foreign visitors Overseas Filipinos 2016 5,573 5,444 126 2015 5,002 4,852 150 11.4 12.2 (16.3) 3. Average number of rooms of hotels in National Capital Region 2016 13,460 2015 16,352 (17.7) 4. Average occupancy rates of hotels in National Capital Region 2016 67 2015 67 (0.7) 5. Outbound Philippine Residents 2015 5,114,893 2014 3,488,022 46.6 Chapter 9. VITAL, HEALTH AND NUTRITION STATISTICS 1. Number of registered marriages 2. Number of registered live births 3. Number of registered deaths 4. Bed capacity of government and private hospitals 5. Number of hospitals 2015 2015 2014 2015 2015 439,424 1,744,767 536,999 1,195 2014 2014 2013 2014 2014 429,723 1,748,857 531,280 1,222 2.3 (0.2) 1.1 (2.2) 7

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Reference period Compared to Value Reference period Percent Change Value 6. Number of government medical practitioners Doctors Dentists 2014 3,002 1,788 Nurses Midwives 2013 2,927 1,823 2.6 (1.9) 6,061 5,632 7.6 17,151 16,875 1.6 7. Number of barangay health stations 2014 21,048 2013 18,581 13.3 8. Number of licensed drug distributor establishments 2014 37,324 2013 33,530 11.3 9. Number of licensed food distributor establishments 2014 2,964 2013 2,947 0.6 Chapter 10. EDUCATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT 1. Number of public and private schools Pre-school (public schools only) SY 2016-17 - SY 2015-16 - Elementary SY 2016-17 50,483 SY 2015-16 49,593 1.8 4.8 Secondary 2. Enrolment in public and private schools Pre-school Elementary Secondary Higher Education Technical and Vocational 3. Number of graduates Higher Education Technical and Vocational SY 2016-17 14,217 SY 2015-16 13,572 SY 2016-17 1,813,751 SY 2015-16 SY 2016-17 14,091,046 SY 2015-16 2,119,325 14,347,076 (14.4) (1.8) SY 2016-17 7,519,035 SY 2015-16 AY 2015-16 4,104,841 AY 2014-15 7,350,147 3,811,726 2.3 7.7 2016 2,269,665 2015 2,281,389 (0.5) AY 2014-15 2016 632,076 2,151,236 AY 2013-14 2015 585,288 2,129,758 8.0 1.0 41,342 4.9 38,741 2,602 29.3 Chapter 11. LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT 1. Total labor force (1,000 persons) 2016 43,361 Employed 2015 40,998 3,364 Unemployed 5.8 2. Unemployment rate (percent) Philippines 6.3 (14.3) National Capital Region 6.7 8.5 (21.2) Cordillera Administrative Region 4.4 4.9 (10.2) Region I 6.2 8.4 (26.2) Region II 3.1 3.2 (3.1) Region III 6.6 7.8 (15.4) 2016 5.4 8 2015

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series 2. Total number of registered motor vehicles Reference period 2014 8,081,224 Exempt 2016 Buses Motorcyles/Tricyles Trailers 6,673,815 940,073 72,259 3,376 522 515 1.4 1,829,753 12.3 132,298 287,586 47,891 110,952 257,081 40,543 19.2 11.9 18.1 3,566 2,788 27.9 1,575,530 8,227 1,410,414 7,975 11.7 3.2 223,672,070 214,705,269 4.2 62,762,732 55,990,029 12.1 10 15 19 40 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.0 2015 7,690,038 2014 Cargo Throughput (metric tons) Passenger Traffic 5. Number of airports by classification Value 7,093,373 912,584 71,382 3,363 2015 2013 Percent Change 5.1 6.3 (2.9) (1.2) (0.4) 2,055,098 Cars Utility vehicles Trucks 4. Shipping statistics Reference period Value Private For hire Government Diplomatic 3. Total number of newly-registered motor vehicles Compared to 2012 2011 International Airport Principal Airport Class 1 Principal Airport Class 2 Community Airport 10 15 19 42 6. National road length (kilometers) 2016 32,770 2015 32,633 0.4 7. Number of bridges 2016 8,161 2015 8,166 (0.1) 8. Length of bridges (linear meters) 2016 364,162 2015 364,724 (0.2) 9. Number of telephone lines subscribers 2014 3,196,747 2013 3,148,835 1.5 10. Number of cellular mobile subscribers 2014 130,319,459 2013 102,823,569 26.7 11. Volume of mail handled (1,000,000 pieces) 2014 2013 Posted Delivered 85,191 61,616 38.3 140,665 118,708 18.5 31.0 7,377,639 8.2 52.0 Chapter 14. ENERGY AND WATER RESOURCES 1. Energy consumption (MTOE) 2. Coal production (@10,000 Btu/lb.) 2016 2016 33.5 11,211,254 9 2015 2015

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Reference period Compared to Value Reference period Value Percent Change 3. Coal consumption (metric tons) 2015 22,006,401 2014 20,163,227 9.1 4. Total crude oil supply (thousand barrels,MB) 2015 80,279 2014 67,934 18.2 5. Power generation (gigawatt hours) 2015 82,413 2014 77,261 6.7 2015 35,616 2013 34,097 4.5 6. Generated area of irrigation systems/ projects (hectares) National 19,822 12,684 56.3 Communal 15,794 21,413 (26.2) 2,108,956 4.1 1,980,390 921,217 6,636 1,815,475 846,091 5,633 9.1 8.9 17.8 Taxes on goods and services 554,850 504,656 9.9 Chapter 15. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1. National Government Revenue (million pesos) 2016 2,195,914 Tax Revenues Taxes on net income and profits Taxes on property 2015 Taxes on international trade and transactions 396,365 367,534 7.8 Other taxes 101,322 91,561 10.7 Non tax revenue 215,524 293,481 (26.6) 2,606,000 15.2 1,119,812 952,740 17.5 Economic services 834,029 706,991 18.0 Defense 130,687 115,785 12.9 General public service 497,975 431,120 15.5 26,500 26,500 0.0 392,797 372,863 5.3 3,916,779 1.1 3,883,781 32,998 1.3 (19.2) 1,413,187 62.8 475,448 413,402 15.0 2. Sectoral Allocation of Expenditures (million pesos) 2016 (enacted) 3,001,800 Social services Net Lending Debt service-Interest Payment 3. Outstanding government domestic securities (million pesos) 2016 3,960,117 National government issues Guaranteed corporate issues 4. Government personnel by region Philippines 2015 2015 3,933,499 26,678 2016 2,301,191 National Capital Region Cordillera Administrative Region 2012 58,888 28,360 107.6 Region I 103,626 65,280 58.7 Region II 102,762 42,540 141.6 10

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Reference period Compared to Value Reference period Percent Change Value Region III 116,067 115,714 0.3 Region IV Region V Region VI 169,127 74,014 102,909 168,212 73,937 102,900 0.5 0.1 0.0 Region VII 83,161 83,657 (0.6) Region VIII 69,236 69,130 0.2 Region IX 50,907 50,891 0.0 Region X 55,093 55,093 0 Region XI 45,320 45,278 0.1 Region XII 48,645 48,480 0.3 Region XIII Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao 37,580 37,476 0.3 11,546 11,560 (0.1) 7,703,921 9.4 Chapter 16. BANKING AND FINANCE 1. Broad money (million pesos) (SRF-based) 2015 2. Overseas Filipino remittances 2015 8,429,929 2014 2014 Landbased 19,947,707 18,772,356 6.3 Seabased 5,792,459 5,575,722 3.9 3. Total assets and liabilities of the Philippine banking system (billion pesos) 2015 (December) 2014 (December) Total assets 12,130 11,169 8.6 Total liabilities 10,764 9,803 9.8 10,070 8,853 8.6 10.0 4. Total assets and liabilities of universal and commercial banks (billion pesos) 2015 (December) 2014 (December) Total assets Total liabilities 10,937 9,736 5. Total number of closed banks 2015 5 2014 23 (78.3) 6. Total number of merged banks 2015 15 2014 11 36.4 7. Total assets and liabilities of Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp.(PDIC) 2015 2014 (thousand pesos) Total assets Total liabilities 177,230,353 161,785,916 9.5 64,518,571 61,682,662 4.6 8. Investments of the Government Service Insurance System (million pesos) 2015 876,227 2014 821,324 6.7 2014 395,395 2013 354,034 11.7 2015 2,616 2014 -2,858 191.5 9. Year-end Investments of the Social Security System (million pesos) 10. Balance of payments (million US ) Overall BOP Position 11

SUMMARY OF MAJOR STATISTICAL SERIES Latest data Statistical series Reference period Compared to Value Reference period Value Percent Change Chapter 17. PUBLIC ORDER, SAFETY AND JUSTICE 1. Index crime 2015 Index crime Non-index crime 675,813 2014 201,010 474,803 714,632 (5.4) 259,990 454,642 (22.7) 4.4 2. Number of policemen 2014 149,333 2013 144,023 3.7 3. Number of firemen 2014 18,730 2013 17,125 9.4 4. Number of raids conducted on drug incidents 2015 25,041 2014 16,939 47.8 5. Number of persons arrested on drug incidents 2015 19,432 2014 13,792 40.9 6. Inflow & Outflow of Cases 2014 397,671 382,906 (13.5) (15.4) 27,029,302 -50.4 1,294 2,559 -5.1 -3.4 10,119 11,844 28.4 9.3 Inflow Outflow 2013 343,849 324,083 7. Total population affected by major natural disasters 2014 13,416,852 2013 Chapter 18. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 1. Total patents granted 2014 Resident Non-resident 2. Total trademarks registered Resident Non-resident 2013 1,228 2,473 2016 2015 12,991 12,943 12

SPECIAL FEATURE FAMILY INCOME AND EXPENDITURE SURVEY 2015

TABLE 1 Average Family Income, Average Family Expenditure, and Gini Coefficient: Philippines 2012 and 2015 Selected Indicators Number of families (In thousands) Gini Coefficient 2015 2012 22,730 0.4439 21,426 0.4605 267 215 52 235 193 42 189 152 37 180 148 32 At 2015 Prices Average family income (In thousand pesos) Average family expenditure (In thousand pesos) Average savings (In thousand pesos) At 2006 Prices ( CPI:2015 141.5, 2012 130.1) Average family income (In thousand pesos) Average family expenditure (In thousand pesos) Average savings (In thousand pesos) Source: Philippine Statistics Authority, Family Income and Expenditure Survey, 2012 and 2015

TABLE 2a Average Income, Average Expenditure and Average Savings of Families, at Current Prices by Per Capita Income Decile, Philippines 2012 and 2015 Per Capita Income Decile Philippines First Decile Second Decile Third Decile Fourth Decile Fifth Decile Sixth Decile Seventh Decile Eighth Decile Ninth Decile Tenth Decile Ratio of Tenth Decile to First Decile 2015 (In thousand pesos) Income Expenditure Savings 267 86 114 133 156 182 218 259 320 415 786 215 89 110 122 140 161 189 217 260 326 534 9.1 6.0 52 (3) 4 11 16 22 29 42 60 89 252 2012 (In thousand pesos) Income Expenditure Savings 235 69 92 108 130 153 182 229 286 381 715 193 73 91 102 121 139 161 196 237 302 503 10.4 6.9 42 (4) 1 6 9 15 22 32 49 79 213 Note: Details may not add up to total due to rounding. Source: Philippine Statistics Authority, Family Income and Expenditure Survey, 2012 and 2015 TABLE 2b Average Income, Average Expenditure and Average Savings of Families, at 2006 Prices by Per Capita Income Decile, Philippines 2012 and 2015 Per Capita Income Decile Philippines First Decile Second Decile Third Decile Fourth Decile Fifth Decile Sixth Decile Seventh Decile Eighth Decile Ninth Decile Tenth Decile Ratio of Tenth Decile to First Decile 2015 (In thousand pesos) Income Expenditure Savings 189 61 81 94 111 129 154 183 226 293 556 152 63 78 86 99 114 133 153 184 231 378 9.1 6.0 37 (2) 3 8 12 15 21 29 42 63 178 2012 (In thousand pesos) Income Expenditure Savings 180 53 71 83 100 118 140 176 220 293 550 148 56 70 79 93 107 124 151 182 232 387 10.4 6.9 Note: Details may not add up to total due to rounding. Source: Philippine Statistics Authority, Family Income and Expenditure Survey, 2012 and 2015 32 (3) 1 4 7 11 17 25 38 61 163

TABLE 3a Average Income, Average Expenditure, and Average Savings of Families, at Current Prices by Region, Philippines 2012 and 2015 Region Philippines National Capital Region Cordillera Administrative Region I - Ilocos Region II - Cagayan Valley III - Central Luzon IVA - CALABARZON IVB - MIMAROPA V - Bicol Region

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