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The Input Output (IO) Accounts provide dissagregrative measures of the economic structure of the country, which are not shown in the national accounts.  The development of the I-O tables and techniques has advanced economic analysis, providing planners and policy makers with a more detailed view of economic structures towards a more effective and specific translation of economic development plans and programs.

Input Output Tables of the Philippines

The latest Input-Output, the 2006 Input-Output Accounts of the Philippines is the tenth (10th) of a series of inter-industry studies of the Philippine economy since the construction of the first benchmark I-O table in 1961.  The first two series, 1961 and 1965 I-O accounts, were prepared and published independently by the National Economic Council (the forerunner of the National Economic Development Authority, NEDA) and the Bureau of Census and Statistics (now the National Statistics Office, NSO).  The next three tables (1969, 1974 and 1979) were collaborative works of these two offices. 

With the creation of the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) in 1987, the succeeding series, 1985, 1988, 1994, and 2000 were produced as a joint undertaking of the NSCB and NSO.


Contact Information

For further information about these and related statistics, contact the Philippine Statistics Authority at (632) 4626600, e-mail address

Focal Person

Ms. Vivian R. Ilarina
Assistant National Statistician
Economic Sector Statistics



Updated: 20 December 2013


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