Written in English
|Statement||by Emmanuel T. Velasco.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 42555 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 163 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||91954287|
The value of coconut to the Philippine economy is captured by the following statistics: Coconut contributed PhP billion to the national economy in , ranked fourth among crops after rice, banana the potential to become major exports. The challenge is how we can maximize the exploitation of this stream of benefits, in the process. 16 rows Few shipment records of Philippines trade data of coconut exports are given above. Our . Imelda Gorospe, Export Manager Product Lines: Coconut cream, coconut water (UHT), desiccated coconut, coconut milk powder, creamed coconut, reduce fat coconut, coconut chips. coconut oil. PETER PAUL PHILIPPINE CORPORATION 3F Unit D, The JMT Corporate Condominium, ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center , Pasig City. Quoting the PSA, a news report from the Philippine Daily Inquirer stated: “The volume of country’s coconut exports in increased by % in However, gross export income from the commodity dropped by % billion from P billion.” Copra, the dried coconut meat kernel, is an important agricultural commodity in the world.
UCAP preliminary data show Philippine export of coconut products totaled , MT in copra terms in December, dropping % from same month last year at , MT and off by % from November unofficial figure at , MT. Compared to the average in the past 11 months (January-November) at , MT, this month total coconut export. The costliest and deadliest typhoons in the Philippines. that would request the inter-agency committee on Executive Order (EO) , Series of , to lift the ban on mature coconut exports. Coconut Oil. Exports of coconut oil represent % of the Philippines’s annual export values and the country is the second largest exporter of this commodity in the world. It has a 20% share of a global market worth $ billion each year. The Philippines ranks #2, behind Indonesia which has a % share of the market. Negros Oriental, November 5 The Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) Negros Oriental conducted the province’s second coconut industry stakeholders’ forum on November 5, via Zoom teleconference. The forum was participated by coconut producers, processors and representatives from different government agencies and local government units.
Its exports significantly grew by percent per year on volume and percent per year on value over the past 10 years. Based on Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) data, exports last year totaled 63 million liters of coconut water valued at USD89 million to different parts of the world, with the United States as its biggest market. Non-traditional coconut products will help drive Philippine agricultural exports amid an increasing global consumer preference for organic and healthy products, according to the University of . for coconut oil when exports rose to million tons. The world annual tonnage of coconut oil and copra exported for averaged million tons of oil with about 55 percent from the Philippines. Coconut oil is imported by countries. The United States of America and Western European countries absorbed about 70 percent of total imports. The sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures under the WTO further strengthened the "health standards" imposed on Philippine exports like coconut bringing down their volume and world market price. Table 5 shows an almost 50% decline in the price of coconut oil in the year The prices of corn and coffee also took a nosedive in the year