KEYNOTE REMARKS OF SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA – 2ND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA ANALYTICS (BIDA) SHORT COURSE

KEYNOTE REMARKS   ERNESTO M PERNIA, PhD Secretary of Socioeconomic Planning   2nd Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (BIDA) Short Course A project funded by the Australian Government Multipurpose Hall, Asia-Pacific College (APC) 3 Humabon Place, Magallanes, Makati City February 24, 2020 Good morning, everyone. These are all very young people who will be the future continue reading : KEYNOTE REMARKS OF SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA – 2ND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA ANALYTICS (BIDA) SHORT COURSE

Keynote Speech of Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia at the 3rd Colleges and Universities Public Service Conference

Keynote Message Ernesto M. Pernia, PhD Socioeconomic Planning Secretary 3rd Colleges and Universities Public Service Conference (CUPSCon 3) “Advancing Public Service Through Academe-Community Partnership: Addressing Challenges on Health, Environment, Culture and Education, and other Key Issues “ October 16, 2019   Dr. Ricardo P. Babaran, Chancellor, University of the Philippines Visayas; Dr. Elena E. Pernia, Vice President continue reading : Keynote Speech of Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia at the 3rd Colleges and Universities Public Service Conference

UNDERSTANDING PH CULTURE IS KEY TO CREATE POSITIVE CHANGES – NEDA

October 14, 2019 MANILA – The National Economic and Development Authority said that identifying the Filipino culture and common values is essential in creating well-targeted plans and effective policies that can bring about positive changes in the country. Earlier this year, NEDA commissioned a National Values Survey, a nationwide study covering 10,200 respondents aged 18 continue reading : UNDERSTANDING PH CULTURE IS KEY TO CREATE POSITIVE CHANGES – NEDA

STRENGTHEN AGRI, MANUFACTURING TO BUILD PH TRADE RESILIENCY – NEDA

September 10, 2019 MANILA – Building strategic relationships with key trading partners, addressing issues in and boosting the competitiveness of agriculture and manufacturing sectors must be prioritized for Philippine trade to withstand global challenges, the National Economic and Development Authority said on Tuesday.   The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the country’s total trade continue reading : STRENGTHEN AGRI, MANUFACTURING TO BUILD PH TRADE RESILIENCY – NEDA

INFRA, BUSINESS OPTIMISM SEEN TO DRIVE MANUFACTURING GROWTH IN Q2 2019 – NEDA

May 7, 2019 Manufacturing production is expected to be buoyed by stronger domestic demand and business optimism despite the recent decline in performance, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said on Tuesday. In its Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI) for March 2019, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the Volume of continue reading : INFRA, BUSINESS OPTIMISM SEEN TO DRIVE MANUFACTURING GROWTH IN Q2 2019 – NEDA

FACTORY OUTPUT DECLINES AS HOLIDAY SEASON ENDS – NEDA

February 5, 2019 Slow demand after the holiday season led to the contraction of manufacturing output in December 2018, the National Economic and Development Authority said. The Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI) of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the Volume of Production Index (VoPI) and the Value of Production Index (VaPI) for continue reading : FACTORY OUTPUT DECLINES AS HOLIDAY SEASON ENDS – NEDA

NEDA LAUDS CONSISTENT ANTI-CORRUPTION EFFORTS IN DRIVING INCREASE OF CPI RANK

February 1, 2019 The National Economic and Development Authority said gains in anti-corruption initiatives by the government drove the improvement in the Philippines’ ranking in the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). The Philippines climbed 12 spots (99th out of 180 countries) this year. This translates into a percentile rank of 45.0 (vs. 38.3 in 2017), continue reading : NEDA LAUDS CONSISTENT ANTI-CORRUPTION EFFORTS IN DRIVING INCREASE OF CPI RANK

NEDA LAUDS PH NEW POVERTY INDICATOR

November 22, 2018 MANILA—The Philippines’ new poverty index that complements the existing income-based poverty measurement, will help improve the design of development programs of the government, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said. “We congratulate the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) for developing the multi-dimensional poverty statistics and releasing the results last week. This will continue reading : NEDA LAUDS PH NEW POVERTY INDICATOR

KEYNOTE ADDRESS OF SOCIOECONOMIC PLANNING SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA AT THE PHILIPPINE STATISTICAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2018-2023 NATIONAL DISSEMINATION FORUM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS ERNESTO M. PERNIA, PhD Secretary of Socioeconomic Planning Philippine Statistical Development Program 2018-2023 National Dissemination Forum Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria 17 May 2018       National Statistician and Civil Registrar General, Lisa Grace S. Bersales, Distinguished colleagues from the Philippine Statistical System and the government, Hard working co-workers in government, Friends from continue reading : KEYNOTE ADDRESS OF SOCIOECONOMIC PLANNING SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA AT THE PHILIPPINE STATISTICAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2018-2023 NATIONAL DISSEMINATION FORUM

AS DELIVERED STATEMENT OF SOCIOECONOMIC PLANNING SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA AT THE 51ST SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Philippine Statement ERNESTO M. PERNIA, PhD Socioeconomic Planning Secretary National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)   51ST SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT United Nations Headquarters, New York 09 April 2018   Madame Chair, Excellencies, Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen,   The Philippines is now on a path of consistently strong economic growth. This continue reading : AS DELIVERED STATEMENT OF SOCIOECONOMIC PLANNING SECRETARY ERNESTO M. PERNIA AT THE 51ST SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT

PH TRADE TO SUSTAIN GROWTH THROUGH EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS

January 10, 2018 Continuous improvement of export competitiveness and identification of emerging markets for exports will help sustain merchandise trade growth, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said. The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the country’s total trade grew by 11.8 percent in November 2017, pushing year-to-date growth to 9.9 percent. Trade performance continue reading : PH TRADE TO SUSTAIN GROWTH THROUGH EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS

Manufacturing maintains strong growth in November 2016

MANILA – Manufacturing output continued to show strong growth in November 2016 due to higher production of petroleum products, transport equipment, and food, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). The Philippine Statistics Authority’s Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI) for November 2016 showed that the Volume of Production Index for manufacturing continue reading : Manufacturing maintains strong growth in November 2016