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Philippine Statistics Authority

Fisheries Situation Report

January to December 2019

In 2019, fisheries production improved by 1.5 percent. Total volume of production was estimated at 4,421.22 thousand metric tons, higher than the 4,356.87 thousand metric tons reported a year ago. Of the three subsectors, outputs from municipal fisheries and aquaculture went up by 1.5 percent and 2.3 percent, respectively. Meanwhile, commercial fisheries production registered a decline of 0.7 percent.

By species, the major contributors to the increase were seaweed (1.5%), milkfish (3.7%), tilapia (0.03%), skipjack (5.2%), roundscad (11.8%), yellowfin tuna (3.9%) and tiger prawn (2.5%). All of them displayed production increments from their 2018 level of production.

Volume of Fisheries Production, Philippines 2018 and 2019

During the year, the total aquaculture produce was 2,358.33 thousand metric tons. Aquaculture posted an increase of 2.3 percent from its previous year's level of 2,304.37 thousand metric tons. Its production recorded the largest share of 53.3 percent to the total fisheries production.

Volume of Aquaculture Production, Philippines 2018 and 2019


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