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On Oct 14, 2008, at 4:17 AM, kgma_news wrote:
Despite a softer demand for electronics, the country's total exports
in Aug. 2008 rose by 6.5 percent to $4.4 billion, up from the 4.4
percent year-on-year growth in July, the National Economic &
Development Authority (NEDA) said.
In a report to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, NEDA said this
brought total receipts for the first eight months to $34.4 billion
from the same period last year.
From the original projection of 11 percent, the government has scaled
down its export growth target to five percent amid the new
developments in the global economy.
Electronics, the country's top export commodity for the past few
years, accounted for $2.531 billion (57.7 percent) of the country's
total export revenue in August, down 2.8 percent from $2.60 billion a
NEDA said apparel and clothing accessories, the country's
second-biggest exports, also dropped by 21 percent to $172.52 million
from $218.49 million last year.
Sales of petroleum products, however, surged 100.5 percent to $167.70
million from $83.63 million in August last year.
Exports of cathodes and sections of cathodes of refined copper jumped
91.1 percent to $135.60 million from $70.95 million in the same period
Also in the list of the country's top 10 exports in August were
woodcrafts and furniture, $101.72 million; ignition wiring set and
other wiring sets used in vehicles, aircraft and ships (consisting
only of electrical wiring harness for motor vehicles), $67.46 million;
metal components, $57.77 million; other products manufactured from
materials imported on consignment basis, $54.23 million; coconut oil,
$52.56; and tuna, $39.09 million.
Receipts from the country's top 10 exports reached $3.780 billion, or
77 percent of total exports.
Japan was the Philippines' biggest market in August with export
receipts of $707.87 million, up by 13.3 percent from last year's
US demand for Philippine goods was down 14.9 percent, amounting to
only $652.77 million compared with last year's $766.70 million.
The People's Republic of China bought $503.23 million worth of goods
from the Philippines, up by 7.9 percent from $466.22 million a year ago.
Other top Philippine markets for August were Hong Kong, $472.77
million; Netherlands, $320.71 million; Singapore, $264.56 million;
Republic of Korea, $197.92 million; Malaysia, $197.21 million; Taiwan,
$185.95 million; and Thailand, $156.19 million.
Receipts from the country's top 10 markets last month amounted to
$3.659 billion or 83.4 percent of the total.
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