|Population (May 2010)Philippines NCR Quezon City Population (August 2007)PhilippinesNCRQuezon City Annual Population GrowthRate (2000-2010)PhilippinesNCRQuezon City Inflation Rate (July 2014)PhilippinesNCR Employment Rate(April 2014) PhilippinesNCR Unemployment Rate(April 2014)PhilippinesNCR Underemployment Rate(April 2014)PhilippinesNCR Average Family Income (2012)PhilippinesNCR Functional Literacy (2008)PhilippinesNCR Value of Bldg. Construction Q1 2014 (Prelim)PhilippinesNCRQuezon City GNI Growth (Q4 2013)GDP Growth (Q4 2013)Source: NSCB||92,337,85211,855,9752,761,720 88,548,36611,547,9592,679,450 1.90%1.78%2.42% 4.9%3.9% 93.0%89.6% 7.0%10.4% 18.2%11.5% P235,000P379,000 86.4%94.0% P61.1BP23.3BP4.3B 7.8 % 6.5 %|
Construction projects up by 20.8 percent in the first quarter Preliminary results of construction statistics from approved building permits for
Value of Production Index (VaPI) for manufacturing rose to 10.1 percent in June 2014 compared to 0.8 percent in June
Year-on-year headline inflation at the national level advanced to 4.9 percent in July, the highest since November 2011. It was
The Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 10625, otherwise known as the “Philippine Statistical Act of 2013” took
The total number of construction projects from approved building permits during the fourth quarter of 2013 was recorded at 24,796.
The country’s annual headline inflation inched up to 4.2 percent at the beginning of year 2014 from 4.1 percent in
In 2013, the annual employment rate was estimated at 92.7 percent and the annual unemployment rate, at 7.3 percent. Meanwhile,
Total Number of establishments nears a million mark. The 2012 LE contains information on about 945,000 establishments operating in 17
For registered births, can the original surname of the child in the Certificate of Live Birth be changed or corrected after availing of RA 9255?
No. No entry in the Certificate of Live Birth shall be changed or corrected. Only annotations shall be written in the Certificate of Live Birth indicating the surname that the child shall use.