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The CPI of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) in February 2020 was 120.6. This was higher by 3.4 index points from the 117.2 CPI of February 2019 using 2012 as base year. In general, the CPI increased reflecting the rise in the average prices of goods and services in all the six provinces of CAR.
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The RSET, a compendium of local level statistics, presents annual time series data on various sectors of the region and its component provinces, cities, and municipalities. It also contains data that are disaggregated in different dimensions and includes a glossary of terms of official concepts and definitions for statistical purposes.
Women and Men in CAR 2019
The 2019 Statistical Handbook on Women and Men in CAR presents the latest available gender statistics on the different priority sectors in the region through tables and charts with brief analyses. Data for provinces and key cities are also provided whenever possible. Through this publication, the PSA Regional Statistical Services Office-Cordillera Administrative Region (RSSO-CAR) hopes to contribute to the government’s efforts in furthering gender mainstreaming and in fulfilling the various international gender-related commitments of our country.
Annual report 2018
The publication highlights the activities and outputs of PSA-RSSO-CAR under statistical operations, statistical planning and coordination, statistical frameworks and indicators system, civil registration, financial, administrative and human resource management, information dissemination and partnership and linkages. It also features the awards and recognitions received by PSA-RSSO-CAR
Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) Asset Accounts for Mineral Resources : 2004 - 2016
This study attempts to measure the metallic and non-metallic mineral reserves in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), specifically gold, copper, silver, sand and gravel, quicklime, slake lime, and limestone. These minerals, in the meantime, have obtainable data from source agencies in the region. The study is based on the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 (SEEA) Central Framework