Siquijor

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Philippine Statistics Authority
Provincial Statistical Office
Siquijor
  
AURELIA M. CANDA
Chief Statistical Specialist
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Provincial Statistics

Demography Aug 2015
Total Population 95,984
Household Population 95,360
No. of Households 22,883
Avergae Household Size 4.17
Price Indices March 2020
Consumer Price Index (2012=100) 128.7
Inflation Rate 3.6
Purchasing power of the peso 0.78
Domestic Trade (Outbound) 4th Quarter 2019
Coastwise trade  
Quantity* 6,714.21
Value* 1,669,593,600
Passenger                         4th Quarter 2019
Number of Passengers 162,684
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*(Quantity in thousand tons; value in P1,000)

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Latest in Siquijor

PALAY SITUATIONER 2018-2019

Reference Number: 2020-SR61-010
Release Date: Monday, June 29, 2020

PALAY PRODUCTION DECREASES BY 42.72 PERCENT The production of palay in Siquijor province was down by 42.72 percent in 2019 compared to 2018. The reported production in 2018 was 2,423.00 metric tons and it went down to 1,388.00 metric tons in 2019. It registered a production deficit of 1,035.00 metric tons. Read more about PALAY SITUATIONER 2018-2019.

 

SIQUIJOR OTHER CROPS STATISTICS 2017 - 2018

Reference Number: 2020-SR61-009
Release Date: Monday, June 29, 2020

OTHER CROPS SITUATIONER 2018 The total production of other crops in the province was estimated at 32, 029.84 metric tons in 2018. It surpassed by 62.94 metric tons from 2017 record of 31,966.90 metric tons. Fruits sector had the biggest share of 15, 850.06 metric tons. It was followed by Non-Food and Industrial Crops sector with a production share of 10,868.50 metric tons and Vegetables and Root Crops sector with 5,311.27 metric tons production share. Read more about SIQUIJOR OTHER CROPS STATISTICS 2017 - 2018.

 

CORN SITUATIONER 2018 – 2019

Reference Number: 2020-SR61-008
Release Date: Monday, June 29, 2020

CORN PRODUCTION GOES DOWN BY 38.14 PERCENT Corn production in Siquijor province was down by 38.14 percent in 2019 compared to its record in 2018. Its production in 2018 posted at 3,335.00 metric tons and it went down to 2,063.00 metric tons in 2019, resulting to a production decrement of 1,272.00 metric tons. Read more about CORN SITUATIONER 2018 – 2019 .

 

2019 Retail Price Situationer of Selected Agricultural Commodities in Siquijor Province

Reference Number: 2020-SR61-007
Release Date: Thursday, June 11, 2020

1. Cereals • The average retail price of Cereals increased by Php 6.51 per kilogram between the first quarters of 2018 and 2019, more specifically on Rice Premium, Well Milled Rice (WMR) and Regular Milled Rice(RMR). • Retail prices of all Rice commodities, increased during the first quarter of 2019. Rice Premium posted the highest price of PhP55.40 per kilogram which is 5.76 percent higher than its price in the previous year. This was followed by Well Milled Rice (WMR) and Regular Milled Rice (RMR). • On the other hand, the Corngrits White decreased for about 31.35 percent compare to its average price in the previous year. Read more about 2019 Retail Price Situationer of Selected Agricultural Commodities in Siquijor Province.

 

Construction Statistics from Approved Building Permits: Siquijor, Fourth Quarter 2018, 2019

Reference Number: 2020-SR61-006
Release Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Total number of approved building permits and value of construction increases Approved building permit applications for the fourth quarter 2019 posted an increase of 54.7% or 82 applications compared to last year of the same period which is 53. The significant increase applies to all non-residential constructions. Out of the approved applications in the same period of 2019, 53.6% were non-residential constructions. Of the non-residential constructions, 72.7% were commercial buildings, 13.6% were institutional buildings and 9% were industrial buildings. Read more about Construction Statistics from Approved Building Permits: Siquijor, Fourth Quarter 2018, 2019.

 

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