Date Published:
Jan 11, 2018
Policy Notes
Focus Area(s):
PN 2017-27

This Policy Note presents projections for the Philippine agriculture in the context of the growth of the economy and agroindustry. Among others, it reveals that the growth in agriculture has significantly lagged behind that of the other basic sectors. Using different reference scenarios, it highlights the necessity of boosting productivity growth, as opposed to devoting resources toward artificially increasing returns to investments, even in a key sector such as agriculture. To address such necessity, the study urges the government to invest in research and development, innovation, adoption of technology, improved practices and systems, and transport infrastructure.


This publication has been cited 3 times

In the Media
  1. Arcalas, Jasper. 2018. Livestock output hit 5.09 MMT in 2017. BusinessMirror.
  2. Gatpolintan, Leslie. 2018. Gov’t urged to boost agricultural productivity growth. Philippine Canadian Inquirer.
  3. The Daily Tribune. 2018. Boost aggie productivity growth, gov’t told. The Daily Tribune.

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