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CURRENT STATISTICAL

REPORT
(National and International)
During Manny Pacquiao
boxing fights, the crime rate
in the Philippines almost
drops to zero.

• The whole country would virtually stand


still during Manny Paquiao’s boxing fights.
The top 3 most densely
populated cities in the world
are in Metro Manila.

• According to wikipedia, Manila ranked first


in the list of Cities by population density
with only 2,498 hectares of land area
occupied by over 1.65 million populace. It
has a density of 42,857 people per square
kilometer or 43 people per square meter.
The city’s name, Hong Kong,
means Fragrant Harbor.

• You'll have a hard time believing that if you


sniff Victoria Harbour, but 200 years ago
this was a tranquil bay. Kowloon? That
means nine dragons in reference to the
hills that ring the area and was coined by a
Chinese Emperor.
Hongkong has the most
skyscrapers in the world.

• Classified as buildings with


more than 14 floors, Hong
Kong has around 8000. That is
double that of New York, its
nearest rival.
CURRENT STATISTICAL REPORT
(Philippines)
Population,
Export and Import Trades,
Inflation Rates,
GDP & GNP and
Registered Number of Deaths
POPULATION
• The current population of the
Philippines is 107,063,582 as of Thursday, November
8, 2018, based on the latest United Nations
estimates.
• The Philippines population is equivalent to 1.4% of
the total world population.
• The Philippines ranks number 13 in the list
of countries (and dependencies) by population.
• The population density in the Philippines is 357 per
Km2 (925 people per mi2).
• The total land area is 298,170 Km2 (115,124 sq.
miles)
• 44.4 % of the population is urban (47,278,672 people
in 2018)
• The median age in the Philippines is 24.3 years.
Highlights of the Philippine Export and
Import Statistics : September 2018
Exports Imports

September September September Septembe


2018 p 2017 r 2018 p r 2017 r

TOTAL

FOB Value (in Million US


5,827.15 5,985.71 9,753.91 7,737.89
Dollars)
Year-on-Year Growth
-2.6 11.6 26.1 4.8
(Percent)

Electronic Products

FOB Value (in Million US


3,413.80 3,277.16 2,432.11 1,878.36
Dollars)
Year-on-Year Growth
4.2 19.4 29.5 -2.0
(Percent)
Top 10 Philippine Exports to All Countries: September 2018 p
(Year-on-Year Growth in Percent)


Gainers Losers

-
Bananas (Fresh) 189.2 Coconut Oil
36.4
Miscellaneous Manufactured Machinery and Transport
10.0 -30.4
Articles Equipment
Ignition Wiring Set and Other
Metal Components 7.0 Wiring Sets Used in Vehicles, -4.6
Aircrafts and Ship

Electronic Products 4.2 Other Manufactured Goods -4.2

Gold -2.0

Electronics Equipment and Parts -0.6


Top 10 Philippine Imports from All Countries: September 2018 p
(Year-on-Year Growth in Percent)

Gainers

Cereals and Cereal Preparations 101.4

Iron and Steel 49.5


Miscellaneous Manufactured
40.2
Articles
Transport Equipment 32.3
Plastics in Primary and Non-
31.9
primary Form
Electronic Products 29.5
Telecommunication Equipment
20.5
and Electrical Machinery
Mineral Fuels, Lubricants and
19.3
Related Materials
Industrial Machinery and
17.3
Equipment
Other Food and Live Animals 15.7
Summary Inflation Report
Consumer Price Index
(2012=100): October 2018
Philippines Gross Domestic
Product & Gross National Income
Philippine economy grows 6.0 percent in the
second quarter of 2018
Q3 2018 GDP growth slows to 6.1
percent
Registered Number of Deaths

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CURRENT STATISTICAL REPORT
(Hongkong)

Population,
Domestic Household,
Labor Force,
Export and Import Trades, and
GDP and GNP.
Population End-2017 Mid-2018 #

Population ('000) 7 413.1 7 448.9

Population growth rate (%) ^ 0.5 0.8 #

Male population ('000) 3 398.2 3 410.2

Female population ('000) 4 014.9 4 038.7


Domestic Households May 2018 July 2018
- July 2018 –Aug. 2018

Number of domestic households ('000) 2 574.7 2 581.3

Average domestic household size 2.8 2.8

Owner-occupiers as a proportion of total 49.0 48.9


number of domestic households (%)

Owner-occupiers in public sector housing 31.4 31.5


as a proportion of total number of domestic
households in public sector housing (%)

Owner-occupiers in private sector housing 63.8 63.7


as a proportion of total number of domestic
households in private sector housing (%)
June 2018 July 2018
– Aug 2018 – Sept. 2018 #
Labour force ('000) 3 999.8 3 992.4

Labour Force Participation Rate (%) 61.4 61.2

Employed persons ('000) 3 882.4 3 874.6

Unemployed persons ('000) 117.4 117.8

Unemployment rate (seasonally 2.8 2.8


adjusted) (%)

Underemployed persons ('000) 45.5 47.3

Underemployment rate (%) 1.1 1.2


Mar 2018 Jun 2018

Persons engaged in Import/Export, 809 345 809 833


Wholesale and Retail Trades

Persons engaged in Transportation, 179 241 179 769


Storage, Postal and Courier Services

Persons engaged in Financing and 228 891 228 953


Insurance

Persons engaged in Social and Personal 520 026 521 370


Services
Aug 2018 Sep 2018

Total exports of goods (HK$ 376,303 374,961


million)

Imports of goods (HK$ 428,452 422,676


million)
Jul 2018 Aug 2018

Total exports, quantum index (2016 = 115.9 120.7


100)

Total exports, quantum +7.5 +10.5


index (yoy%)

Imports, quantum index (2016 = 116.2 122.1


100)

Imports, quantum index (yoy%) +11.5 +13.6


Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Q1 2018 r Q2 2018 p
and Implicit Price Deflator of GDP

GDP at current market prices (HK$ 687,011 677,013


million)
GDP at current market prices (yoy%) +8.9 +7.7

GDP in chained (2016) dollars (HK$ 651,268 634,683


million)
GDP in chained (2016) dollars (yoy% in +4.6 +3.5
real terms)
Implicit price deflator of GDP (Year 105.5 106.7
2016=100)
Private consumption expenditure (yoy% in +8.8 +6.1
real terms)

Gross domestic fixed capital +4.2 +0.4


formation (yoy% in real terms)
Gross National Income (GNI) Q1 2018 r Q2 2018 p

GNI at current market prices (HK$ 711,171 733,603


million)

GNI at current market prices (yoy%) +9.3 +8.1

RGNI in chained (2016) dollars (HK$ 672,164 689,136


million)

RGNI in chained (2016) dollars +5.4 +4.2


(yoy%)
Industrial production - Manufacturing Q2 2017 Q2 2018

Indices of industrial production - 93.3 94.8


Manufacturing

Indices of industrial production - +0.4 +1.6


Manufacturing (yoy%)
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