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Provincial Statistics Figures - Davao Oriental

 

Demography
Total Population, August 2015 558,95
Annual Population Growth Rate, 2010-2015 1.47
Average Household Size, August 2015 4.3
Price Indices
Consumer Price Index, (2012=100), July 2020 126.3
Inflation Rate, July 2020 2.5
Purchasing Power of Peso, July 2020 0.79
Labor and Employment
Employment Rate, October 2016 95.8
Labor Force Participation Rate, October 2016 69.2
Geography
Number of cities 1
Number of municipalities 10
Number of barangays 183
Number of legislative districts 3

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Davao Oriental
 
ROGELIO T. LEBRIA
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Davao Oriental 8200
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Reference Number: DAVOR-2020-008
Price indices are used for economic analysis and as a monitoring indicator of government’s economic policy. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is most widely used in the calculation of the inflation rate and purchasing power of peso. The CPI is an indicator of the changes in the average retail prices of a fixed basket of goods and services commonly purchased by households relative to a base year. Consumer Price Index (CPI), Inflation Rate and Purchasing Power of Peso (PPP) of Davao Oriental in July 2020.

 

Reference Number: DAVOR-2020-007
Davao Oriental’s CPI is at 126.0 in June 2020 Price indices are used for economic analysis and as a monitoring indicator of government’s economic policy. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is most widely used in the calculation of the inflation rate and purchasing power of peso. The CPI is an indicator of the changes in the average retail prices of a fixed basket of goods and services commonly purchased by households relative to a base year. Consumer Price Index (CPI), Inflation Rate and Purchasing Power of Peso (PPP) of Davao Oriental in June 2020.

 

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