Rice and Corn Stocks Inventory, June 2021
- As of
01 June 2021,the total rice stocks inventory was estimated at 2,530.82 thousandmetric tons. This indicates an annual increase of 5.6 percentfrom its level of 2,395.94 thousandmetric tons in the same period of the previous year.
- On the other hand, rice stocks inventory of this month declined by
-2.1 percentfrom the previous month’s level of 2,584.90 thousandmetric tons. (Figure 1 and Table 1)
- Year-on-year, rice stocks inventory in households and NFA depositories contracted by
-9.9 percentand -9.4 percent,respectively. However, the rice stocks from the commercial warehouses/ wholesalers/retailers soared by 31.6 percent.
- Compared with its previous month's level, rice stocks in households and NFA depositories fell by
-20.5 percentand -6.7 percent,respectively. However, rice stocks in commercial warehouses/wholesalers/retailers rose by 27.7 percent.
44.7 percentof this month’s total rice stocks were from households, 46.4 percentfrom commercial warehouses/wholesalers/retailers, and 8.9 percentfrom NFA depositories. (Table 1)
Monthly rice and corn stocks inventory are generated from three sectors, namely: household, commercial, and government (National Food Authority). The household stocks are taken from the results of Palay and Corn Stocks Survey (PCSS) of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
Effective February 2021, PSA also generates the commercial stocks inventory from the results of Commercial Stocks Survey (CSS) per Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act (RA) No. 11203 known as “The Rice Tariffication Law”. The government stocks inventory is taken from administrative records from the National Food Authority.
The PCSS covers sample farming households and non-farming households nationwide. Sample farming households are sub-sample of Palay Production Survey (PPS) and Corn Production Survey (CPS). In these surveys, the primary sampling units (PSUs) are the palay/corn producing barangays and secondary sampling units (SSUs) are the palay/corn farming households. The PSUs are selected using probability proportional to size while the SSUs are selected through systematic sampling. For the non-farming households, five non-farming households are selected for each barangay.
The CSS employs a two-stage systematic sampling wherein the first level of stratification is the line of activity of the NFA registered grains businessmen and the second level of stratification is the businessmen’s capitalization. The line of activity of grains businessmen are stratified into four: 1 - retailers, 2 - wholesalers, 3 - combined retailers/wholesalers and 4 - warehousemen. The line of activity is further sub-stratified according to businessmen’ capitalization such as 1 - big, 2 - medium and 3 - small capitalization structure, while warehousemen are sub-stratified into two, that is 1 - big and 2 - combined medium and small.
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