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3 rd Quarter 2019


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The country’s PPI for livestock and poultry continued its downward movement as its annual hike decelerated further to 13.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021, from

Total approved foreign direct investments (FDls) grew by 23.6 percent in the second quarter of 2007, posting PhP 65.1 billion worth of pledges from PhP 52.7 billion in the same

The Agriculture Industry which shared 81.7 percent to the total AHFF industry decelerated as it grew by 1.0 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019 compared to the

Government Final Consumption Expenditure (GFCE) grew by 6.9 percent in the second quarter of 2019 compared with its 11.9 percent growth in the same period of 2018..

The total volume of fisheries production during the second quarter of 2019 reached 1.1 million metric tons, which represents an annual growth of 0.4 percent from its level in the

The movement of harvests from the 4 th quarter to the 3 rd quarter in Cagayan Valley; excessive rains, flooding and water lodging in Soccsksargen, Zamboanga Peninsula and

 The expansion in harvest area in the 4 th quarter may be attributed to the movement of harvest from the 3 rd quarter due to delayed plantings as a result of

The country’s labor force in 2012 increased to 40.43 million by an average yearly growth rate of 2.4 percent.. It inched up by an average of 0.2 percent during the five year period

Figure 1. Inventory of cattle from backyard farms declined by 0.31 percent, while stocks from commercial raisers posted a minimal growth of 0.04 percent compared with

Since the total cost of illness increases remarkably due to the indirect cost, and the indirect cost increases signifi cantly in proportion to the overall work impairment,

This book recognizes that they impose five fundamental energy management change drivers: (1) the growing demand for electricity, (2) the emergence of renewable energy resources, (3)

Growth Rates of Value of Production in Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries at Constant 2018 Prices, First Quarter 2019 to Second Quarter 2021.

Growth Rates of Average Farmgate Prices of Fisheries First Quarter 2019 to First Quarter 2021 (in percent) Source: Philippine Statistics Authority... Growth Rates of Average

In contrast, the number of employed ns was smallest in CAR at 0.74 million and it grew by 2.0 percent Bicol Region posted the highest employment growth at an average percent

At current prices, gross value of agricultural production amounted to P456.4 billion or 1.35 percent higher than the previous year’s record.. The crops subsector posted

Peanut production went up by 1.42 percent as a result of the increase in area planted in Caraga and Central Luzon in response to higher demand for the product.. In Ilocos Region,

Meanwhile, the rest of the sub-industries also grew but at a slower rate as compared with the previous year: Real Estate, Renting and Business Activities, 4.5 percent; Trade,

Increased gross values of production were recorded in dairy at 14.22 percent, carabao at 9.55 percent and hog at 7.45 percent because of higher production and better prices

The crops subsector with its 50.75 percent share in the total agricultural production expanded by 11.72 percent in the second quarter of the year.. Expansion in harvest

Better egg-laying efficiency and expansion of layer commercial farms were noted in CAR, Ilocos Region, Central Luzon, CALABARZON, Bicol Region, Western Visayas,

• Commercial fisheries which accounted for 38.92 percent to the total big-eyed scad production posted 13.79 percent lesser output this quarter (Table 3).. • Marine

Industries that contributed most to the growth of Services in 2019 were: Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles which grew by 5.3 percent;

Based on the copper industry roadmap, to achieve integration of the industry, the priority focus is to: (1) support the development of a few large scale, efficient and