Philippine Statistics Authority
Region XII - (SOCCSKSARGEN) 
ATTY. MAQTAHAR L. MANULON, CESO V
Regional Director 

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LATEST 2020 INFOGRAPHICS

Regional Statistical Figures

Demography
August 2015
Total Population
4,545,276
   Cotabato
1,379,747
   Sarangani
544,261
   South Cotabato
915,289
   Sultan Kudarat
812,095
   Cotabato City
299,438
   General Santos city
594,446
   Kidapawan City
140,195
   Koronadal City
174,942
Population Growth Rate (2000-2015)
2.3%
Price Indices
February 2020
Consumer Price Index (2012=100)
126.5
Inflation Rate
2.8
Purchasing Power of Peso
0.79
Labor Force Survey
July 2019
SOCCSKSARGEN
 
Total 15 yrs old and over (in '000)
3,239
Total Labor Force (%)
65.4
Total Employment (%)
95.7
Total Unemployment (%)
4.3
Underemployment (%)
16.3
Gross Regional Domestic Expenditure (GRDE)
2018
Expenditure Type (in million pesos)
At constant 2000 Price
      Household Final Consumption Expenditure
197,015
      Government Final Consumption Expenditure
27,055
      Net Exports
-86,031
Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP)
472,662,866

 

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PUBLIC ADVISORY

PUBLIC ADVISORY

With the recommendation of the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) extending the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in high-risk administrative regions, and provinces, the general public is hereby informed that the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) shall adopt the following: 

SOCCSKSARGEN’s Inflation Rate for the Bottom 30% Income Households Up by 2.7% in February 2020

SOCCSKSARGEN Region’s annual inflation rate for All Items for the Bottom 30% Income Households in February 2020 went up by 2.7% from 2.3% the previous month. Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (25.0%) recorded the highest inflation during the month under review. Other commodity groups that posted higher inflation rates compared to January 2020 include Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas and Other Fuels (7.8% to 8.6%); Furnishing, Household Equipment and Routine Maintenance of the House (2.1% to 2.2%); Clothing and Footwear (3.1% to 3.7%), and Recreation and Culture (1.7% to 1.8%).

VOLUME AND VALUE OF IMPORTED AND EXPORTED GOODS, SOCCSKSARGEN REGION: JANUARY 2020

At US$75,241,979, SOCCSKSARGEN Region’s export income in January 2020 went up by 7.2 percent from US$70,186,823 in January 2018. The total volume of export commodities weighed 65,242,617 kilograms during the month under review from 75,241,979 kilograms recorded in the same month of the previous year. Import expenditures, at US$58,201,311, went down by 16.4 percent from US$69,642,523 in the same month of 2019. Imported goods reached a total of 109,658,967.66 kilograms from 160,039,689.18 kilograms in January 2019.

Half of the Families in SOCCSKSARGEN’s Had An Annual Income Between Php100,00-249,999 in 2018

Results of the 2018 Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES) revealed that about 593,587 families in SOCCSKSARGEN Region had annual incomes between Php100,000-249,999, comprising 52.5% of the total 1.1 million families in the region. They were followed by those in the income classes Php250,000-499,999 with a share of 19.3% and Php60,000-99,999 constituting 15.9%

PSA urges the public’s participation in official surveys amid COVID-19

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) was given exemption by the Interagency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) from the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), under Resolution No. 22 dated 08 April 2020, allowing the agency to conduct data gathering and survey activities related to the impact of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

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