NCR Provincial Office I (Cities of Manila, Mandaluyong, and San Juan)

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​​Philippine Statistics Authority
National Capital Region - I
 
DANILO R. CUBINAR
Chief Statistical Specialist
 
GAMA Building
J.P. Laurel cor. Minerva Street
San Miguel, Manila 
Tel no.:   (02) 716-7911 / (02) 713-1015

 

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Statistical Figures

Demography as of August 1, 2015
City of Manila  
Population  1,780,148
Land Area (In Sq. KM.) 24.98
Population Density 71,263
Population Growth Rate (2010-2015) 1.43
City of Mandaluyong  
Population  386,276
Land Area (In Sq. KM.) 9.29
Population Density 41,580
Population Growth Rate (2010-2015) 3.12
City of San Juan  
Population  122,180
Land Area (In Sq. KM.) 5.95
Population Density 20,534
Population Growth Rate (2010-2015) 0.12

 

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Consumer Price Index of the National Capital Region, October to December 2017 (Base Year: 2006)

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is an indicator of the change in the average retail prices of a fixed basket of goods and services commonly purchased by households relative to a base year. It shows how much, on the average, prices of goods and services have increased or decreased from a particular reference period known as the base year. Since price is the cost or the amount of money for which something can be bought or sold, CPI therefore compares the current cost of certain goods and services with their cost at an earlier time.

2015 Census of Population - Final Results PATEROS

Population decreased at the rate of 0.09 percent annually

The municipality of Pateros, the only remaining municipality in the National Capital Region, had a total population of 63,840 persons as of August 1, 2015, a decrease of 307 persons over its total population of 64,147 persons in May 1, 2010. The decrease in the population translated into an average growth rate (PGR) of -0.09 percent annually during the period 2010 to 2015, which is 1.21 percent lower than the annual PGR of the municipality for the period 2000 to 2010.

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