Export from Philippines to Malaysia in US dollars

Year Export (in US dollars)
1960 0  
1970 300,000  
1980 94,390,000  
1990 126,803,000  
2000 1,377,360,746  
2010 1,396,495,830  
2015 1,198,694,382  
2016 (Jan-Mar) 250,198,207  

Sources:                                                                                                                

  1. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (2016). Economic and Financial Statistics.
  2. International Monetary Fund (2016). Direction of Trade from Philippines to Malaysia.

 

Export from Philippines to Malaysia in US dollars

 

The information above shows that the value of the products exported by the Philippines to Malaysia increased over time except for a decline in 2015. It can therefore be concluded that there is a positive and increasing relationship between the two countries.


 

Export from Philippines to Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) in US dollars

Year Export (in US dollars)
1960 0  
1970 0  
1980 0  
1990 0  
2000 46,688  
2010 301,273  
2015 15,573,640  
2016 (Jan-Mar) 114,652  

Sources:                                                                                                                

  1. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (2016). Economic and Financial Statistics.
  2. International Monetary Fund (2016). Direction of Trade from Philippines to Lao PDR.

 

Export from Philippines to Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) in US dollars

The table and graph above present the export value of products from Philippines to Lao People’s Democratic Republic in US dollars.  They reveal that there is a dramatic increase in the export of Philippines to Lao in the recent year. This is especially true since based on the graph the export value before the year 2000 are all zeroes.


 

Top 5 Commodities Philippines exported to Malaysia

Year Commodities
1960  
1970  
1980  
1990  
2000  
2010 1.      Other commodities

2.      Electronic and electronic equipment

3.      Machinery and nuclear reactors

4.      Mineral fuels and oils

5.      Copper and copper products

 
2015 1.      Electronic and electronic equipment

2.      Mineral fuels and oils

3.      Machinery and nuclear reactors

4.      Essential oils, perfumes and cosmetics

5.      Dairy products, eggs and honey

 

Source: International Trade Centre (2016). Bilateral Trade between the Philippines and Malaysia.

 

Top 5 Commodities Philippines exported to Lao

Year Commodities
1960  
1970  
1980  
1990  
2000  
2010 1.      Paper and paperboard

2.      Soaps, lubricants and waxes

3.      Pharmaceutical products

4.      Machinery and nuclear reactors

6.      Electronic and electronic equipment

 
2015 1.      Vehicles

2.      Electronic and electronic equipment

3.      Explosives and pyrotechnics

4.      Stone, plaster, cement and asbestos

5.      Pharmaceutical products

 

Source: International Trade Centre (2016). Bilateral Trade between the Philippines and Lao.

 


 

Nominal and Real GDP of the Philippines in US dollars

Year Nominal GDP in US Dollars Real GDP in US Dollars
1960 6,684,685,517   3,935,574,540  
1970 6,687,223,656   2,176,251,075  
1980 32,450,398,740   3,041,367,099  
1990 44,311,595,230   1,110,661,298  
2000 81,026,297,144   810,262,976  
2010 199,590,774,785   1,263,927,490  
2015 291,965,336,391   1,665,818,453  

Source: The World Bank Group (2016). Development Indicators of the Philippines.

 


 

Nominal and Real GDP of the Philippines compared with Export to Malaysia

Year Nominal GDP

in US dollars

Export

in US dollars

1960 6,684,685,517   0    
1970 6,687,223,656   300,000    
1980 32,450,398,740   94,390,000    
1990 44,311,595,230   126,803,000    
2000 81,026,297,144   1,377,360,746    
2010 199,590,774,785   1,396,495,830    
2015 291,965,336,391   1,198,694,382    

 

In general, based on the figure above, it can be said that as the export to Malaysia from the Philippines increased in value, the nominal GDP also increased.  This is except for one case when although there is a reported decrease in export, the nominal GDP increased. This increase is attributed to other factors that contribute to the nominal GDP.


 

Nominal and Real GDP of the Philippines compared with Export to Lao PDR

Year Nominal GDP

in US dollars

Export

in US dollars

1960 6,684,685,517   0
1970 6,687,223,656   0
1980 32,450,398,740   0
1990 44,311,595,230   0
2000 81,026,297,144   46,688
2010 199,590,774,785   301,273
2015 291,965,336,391   15,573,640

 

There is an obvious positive relationship between the value of exported products from Philippines to Lao PDR and the Philippine’s nominal GDP. The figure above clearly shows that as export value increased, an increased in nominal GDP also occurred.

Year Export
1960 0
1970 300 000
1980 94 390 000
1990 126 803 000
2000 1 377 360 746
2010 1 396 495 830
2015 1 198 694 382

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: