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Economic Outlook

This section on Economic Outlook provides updates on the Philippine macroeconomic perspective, in general, and specifically, in order to provide a better understanding of how the macroeconomic factors underlying the actuarial and economic assumptions may affect the cost and funding of retirement plans.

  • 2016 Philippine Economic Outlook

    3Q’16: PH GDP Growth Momentum Sustained at 7.1%


    Strong growth was in 3Q’16 as GDP expanded 7.1% yearon- year (YoY), following 7.0% YoY growth in 2Q’16 and 6.8% YoY growth a year ago in 1Q’15. As a result, the Philippines remained one of the fastest growing economies in the region. China followed at 6.7%, Vietnam at 6.4%, Indonesia at 5.0%, Malaysia at 4.3%.


  • 2017 Inflation and Monetary Policy Update

    Headline inflation reached 2.8% in July 2017. This was preceded by 2.7% in June, 3.1% in May, and 3.4% in April. The increase in July is due to higher prices of housing & utilities (+2.2%), transport (+3.8%), education (+2.3%), and restaurant and other miscellaneous services (+2.1%). Core inflation, which excludes selected food and energy items, decreased to 2.1% in July, preceded by 2.6% in June, 2.9% in May, and 3.0% in April.

  • 2017 Philippine GDP Update

    PH GDP Expanded by 6.4% in 1Q 2017

     The Philippine Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 6.4% yoy during the 1st quarter which was primarily led by exports which expanded by 20.3% yoy.  Trade has been picking up in the Philippines as in the rest of the world.  Imports also grew quite strongly at 17.5% yoy.  The solid numbers on the trade front offset the slower annual growth in household consumption which is the largest component of aggregate demand. Household consumption grew by 5.7% yoy, lower than the 7% growth figure registered in 2016. Capital formation also only expanded by 7.9% during the 1st quarter which is a weak number compared to the following capital formation growth rate figures --    

  • 2017 Philippine Economic Outlook

    PH 2Q’17 GDP Up By 6.5% Y-O-Y

    The Philippine economy grew by 6.5% y-o-y in the 2nd quarter of this year, marginally higher than the growth rate of 6.4% achieved in the 1st quarter.  This was primarily due to the growth of the agricultural sector, which grew by 6.3% y-o-y, much higher than the 2.0% decline in the previous year.  The country’s industrial sector expanded by 7.3% y-o-y while the growth of the services sector decelerated to 6.1% from the 8.2% growth rate figure achieved during the same period of the previous year.


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