Domestic Trade

Commodity Flow in the Philippines : First Quarter 2005 (Preliminary Results)

Quantity of domestic trade declines, value increases

In the first quarter of 2005, the total quantity of domestic trade transactions decreased by 18.1 percent, resulting to 4.35 million tons from 5.31 million tons reported during the same period of last year. Water was the major mode of transport with shares of 99.8 percent in the first quarters of both years 2004 and 2005.

Commodity Flow in the Philippines : Third Quarter 2005 (Preliminary Results)

Quantity of domestic trade declines, value increases

In the third quarter of 2005, the total quantity of domestic trade transactions decreased by 26.4 percent, resulting to 4.05 million tons from 5.50 million tons reported during the same period of last year. Shipment through water was the major mode of transport with shares of 99.8 percent and 99.7 percent in the third quarters of 2004 and 2005, respectively.

Commodity Flow in the Philippines : Fourth Quarter 2005 (Preliminary Results)

Quantity of domestic trade declines, value increases

The total quantity of domestic trade transactions in the fourth quarter of 2005 decreased by 7.4 percent, resulting to 4.19 million tons from 4.53 million tons reported during the same period of last year. The commodities were traded mostly through water comprising 99.7 percent and 99.8 percent in the fourth quarters of 2004 and 2005, respectively.

Commodity Flow in the Philippines : Second Quarter 2005 (Preliminary Results)

Quantity of domestic trade increases, value declines

The total quantity of domestic trade transactions in the second quarter of 2005 increased by 11.8 percent, resulting to 6.89 million tons from 6.16 million tons reported during the same period of last year. Most of the commodities were shipped through water, comprising 99.8 percent and 99.9 percent in the second quarters of 2004 and 2005, respectively.

Commodity Flow in the Philippines : First Quarter 2006 (Preliminary Results)

Quantity and value of domestic trade increases

In the first quarter of 2006, the total quantity of domestic trade transactions increased by 35.3 percent, resulting to 5.88 million tons from 4.35 million tons reported during the same period of last year. Shipment through water was the major mode of transport with shares of 99.8 percent and 99.9 percent in the first quarters of 2005 and 2006, respectively.

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