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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 July 2019
Consumer Price Index (2012=100) 125.0
Inflation Rate 3.2
Purchasing power of the peso 0.80
Domestic Trade (Outbound) 1st Quarter 2019
Coastwise trade  
Quantity* 21,881.36
Value* 5,134,541,320
Passenger                          1st Quarter 2019
Number of Passengers 163,958
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*(Quantity in thousand tons; value in P1,000)

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SIQUIJOR OTHER CROPS STATISTICS 2016 - 2017

Reference Number: 2019-SR61-010
Release Date: Friday, June 28, 2019

OTHER CROPS SITUATIONER 2017 The total production of other crops in the province of Siquijor was estimated at 31,966.90 metric tons in 2017. Fruits sector shared the biggest contribution of 15,866.98 metric tons. It was followed by Non-Food and Industrial Crops sector with a production share of 10,884.30 metric tons and Vegetables and Root Crops sector with 5,215.62 metric tons production share. Read more about SIQUIJOR OTHER CROPS STATISTICS 2016 - 2017.

 

FOURTH QUARTER 2018 FISHERIES SITUATIONER

Reference Number: 2019-SR61-009
Release Date: Friday, June 28, 2019

In the province of Siquijor, fisheries production is contributed by aquaculture and marine, municipal fishing only. Aquaculture covers operations on brackishwater and freshwater fishponds, fishpen, fishcage and seaweeds, while marine municipal fishing covers all fishing operations carried out without the use of boat or the use of a boat of three (3) gross tons or less and all fish catch and other aquatic products are landed and traded in all municipal fish landing centers around the province. In the fourth quarter of 2018, 99.00 percent of the production was contributed by marine, municipal fisheries, while only 1.00 percent came from aquaculture. Read more about FOURTH QUARTER 2018 FISHERIES SITUATIONER.

 

SIQUIJOR PALAY AND CORN SITUATION 4TH QUARTER 2018

Reference Number: 2019-SR61-008
Release Date: Friday, June 28, 2019

PALAY PRODUCTION DECREASES BY 19.80 PERCENT Palay production in the province of Siquijor was down by 19.80 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018 compared with the same quarter in 2017. From the posted production of 844.00 metric tons in 2017, it dropped to 677.00 metric tons in 2018, which resulted to a production deficit of 167.00 metric tons. Read more about SIQUIJOR PALAY AND CORN SITUATION 4TH QUARTER 2018.

 

May 2019 Consumer Price Index (CPI), Inflation Rate (IR) and Purchasing Power of Peso (PPP) of Siquijor

Reference Number: 2019-SR61-011
Release Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Siquijor CPI increases at 125.7 Survey of Retail Prices of Commodities conducted by Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has generated a CPI of 125.7 as of May 2019, using 2012 as the base year. This implies that the cost of a basket of goods and services commonly purchased by typical Filipino households in Siquijor was at an average of P125.7 during the period. It had an increase of 0.7 from April 2019 which posted a CPI of 125. During the same period in 2018, the CPI was at 125. Read more about May 2019 Consumer Price Index (CPI), Inflation Rate (IR) and Purchasing Power of Peso (PPP) of Siquijor .

 

Siquijor is Least Poor with 10.0 percent Poverty Incidence in the 1st Semester 2018 Poverty Statistics Results

Reference Number: 2019-SR61-007
Release Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Food and Poverty Threshold In the first semester of 2018, Siquijor registered on the average, a per capita threshold of Php12,454 or 16.8 percent higher than in 2017 at Php10,658. This translate that a family of five (5) to be non-poor, should need on the average a minimum income of Php10,378 or with a daily income of Php344. Read more about Siquijor is Least Poor with 10.0 percent Poverty Incidence in the 1st Semester 2018 Poverty Statistics Results .

 

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