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    • State of Competitiveness ReportState of Competitiveness Report2012
    • Our Vision To develop more competitive Philippines To instill a Culture of Excellence in Governance To use Public-Private Sector Partnerships as a development engine
    • Our MissionTo build up long-term competitiveness of thePhilippines through –o policy reformso project implementationo institution-buildingo performance monitoringo goal-setting
    • Work Program Benchmark against key global competitiveness indices Map each indicator to the agency responsible Focus on lowest-ranking indicators Track city competitiveness and key indicators Working Groups concentrate on specific projects Link Competitiveness Plan to Philippine Development Plan, National Budget, LEDAC, Cabinet Agenda
    • 2011-12 PerformanceWorld Economic Forum GCI +10IFC Ease of Doing Business -2 (following a +14 re-rating due to methodology change)IMD World Competitiveness Report -2Transparency International +5Millenium Challenge Account PassCountry Brand Index -25
    • Where we are today  WEF Global Competitiveness Report : No. 65 / 142 (2012) No. 6 of 8 in ASEAN  IFC Doing Business Survey : No. 136 / 183 (2011) No. 7 of 8 in ASEAN  IMD World Competitiveness Report : No. 43/59 (2012) No. 5 of 5 in ASEAN  FutureBrand’s Country Brand Index : No. 78 / 113 (2011) No. 15 of 20 in Asia Pacific
    • Our target • WEF Global Competitiveness Report No. 30 or higher by 2016 • IFC Doing Business Survey No. 50 or higher by 2016 • IMD World Competitiveness Report No. 20 or higher by 2016 • FutureBrand’s Country Brand Index No. 30 or higher by 2016
    • Impact : Inclusive Growth o Higher FDI (new investments of 3-4% of GDP), from US$1.7 billion in 2010 o Double export growth to US$120 billion by 2016 with new products and services to account for 30% of exports o GDP Growth of 7-8% per year o Job Growth / Lower Unemployment o Lower Poverty Incidence : 26.5% in 2009 to 16.6% by 2015 o Growing C socioeconomic class(currently 8.6%); shrinking DE class (currently 91%) Sources: NSCB (Breakdown: 2010 Baseline- US$ 51.39 (goods) US$ 12.27(services) , 2016 Target- US$ 91.5 B (goods) & US$ 28.9 B (services), Chapter 3 Phil Development Plan (Competitive Industry Sector ), NEDA Targets; Phil. Labor and Employment Plan 2011-2016
    • Why does it matter? GDP per capita (US$)10,000 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 China 4,000 Indonesia 3,000 Philippines 2,000 Vietnam 1,000 Cambodia 0Source: IMF 2011
    • Why does it matter? FDI inflows (US$ million) 14,000 Indonesia 12,000 10,000 Malaysia 8,000 Viet Nam 6,000 4,000 2,000 Philippines 0 -2,000Source: UN 2011
    • Where we stand in international metricsOUR CHALLENGE
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report PHILIPPINES 2009-2012 ENTRIES 2012 2011 2010 2009PHILIPPINES 65 75 85 87
    • Doing Business Survey:IFC Ease of Doing Business ReportPhilippines vs ASEAN COUNTRIES 2012 2011 2010 2009 SINGAPORE 1 1 1 1 THAILAND 17 16 12 13 MALAYSIA 18 23 23 20 VIETNAM 98 90 93 92 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM 83 86 96 88 INDONESIA 129 126 122 129 PHILIPPINES 136 134 144 140 CAMBODIA 138 138 145 135
    • IFC Ease of Doing Business Report , 2009 – 2012 Philippine Global Ranking 2012 2011 2010 2009 Indicators (183 (183 (183 (181 economies) economies) economies) economies)Over-all ranking 136 134 144 140Starting a business 158 155 162 155Dealing w/ construction 102 98 111 105permitsGetting electricity 54 57 - -Employing Workers - - 115 126Registering Property 117 109 102 97Getting Credit 126 116 127 123Protecting Investors 133 131 132 126Paying Taxes 136 127 135 129Trading across borders 51 54 68 58Enforcing contracts 112 114 118 114Resolving Insolvency 163 161 153 151
    • IMD World Competitiveness Report 2012 OVERALL RANKINGCountry 2012 ranking 2011 ranking changeSINGAPORE 4 3 -1MALAYSIA 14 16 +2THAILAND 30 27 -3INDONESIA 42 37 -5PHILIPPINES 43 41 -2
    • IMD World Competitiveness Report 2012 RANKING 2011 RANKING CHANGEEcon PerformanceSINGAPORE 9 5 -4MALAYSIA 10 7 -3THAILAND 15 10 -5INDONESIA 32 32 0PHILIPPINES 42 29 -13Gov’t EfficiencySINGAPORE 2 2 0MALAYSIA 13 17 +4THAILAND 26 23 -3INDONESIA 28 25 -3PHILIPPINES 32 37 +5
    • MilleniumChallenge AccountThe Philippines is monitored by MCAon 20 key performance indicatorsThe performance bar or threshold isset against a country’s economicclassificationIn 2011, the Philippines was classifieda Low Income Country. In 2012, theclassification was raised to LowerMiddle Income Country, reflectinghigher GNI per capita. Thus, the barhas been set higher.The Philippines must pass one-half ofall indicators, including Rule of Lawand Control of Corruption.The country is constantly working onways to improve its performance onthese and other competitivenessindicators.
    • The Global Competitiveness Index framework
    • Countries/ economies at each stage of development
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report PHILIPPINES vs ASEAN COUNTRIES 2012 2011 change SINGAPORE 2 2 0 MALAYSIA 25 21 -4 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM 28 28 0 THAILAND 38 39 +1 INDONESIA 50 46 -4 PHILIPPINES 65 75 + 10 VIETNAM 75 65 - 10 CAMBODIA 85 97 + 12l Other ASEAN Countries not included in the Survey: Laos &Myanmar
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report PHILIPPINES vs ASEAN 2009-2012 ENTRIES Over-all rankings COUNTRIES 2012 2011 2010 2009 SINGAPORE 2 2 3 3 MALAYSIA 25 21 26 24 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM 28 28 28 32 THAILAND 38 39 38 36 INDONESIA 50 46 44 54 PHILIPPINES 65 75 85 87 VIETNAM 75 65 59 75 CAMBODIA 85 97 109 110l Other ASEAN Countries not included in the Survey: Laos &Myanmar
    • Philippines: Competitiveness Index Score765 4.16 4.09 4.08 4.23 3.93 3.98 3.99 3.90 3.964 3.58 3.55 3.413210 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • Philippines: Competitiveness Index Percentile Rank100 75 upper 45% 50 25 bottom 20% 0 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report 2011 & 2012 PHILIPPINES 12 PILLARS 2012 2011 Change1st pillar: Institutions 94 117 + 232nd pillar: Infrastructure 98 105 +73rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment 36 54 + 184th pillar: Health and primary education 98 92 -65th pillar: Higher education and training 64 71 +76th pillar: Goods market efficiency 86 88 +27th pillar: Labor market efficiency 103 113 + 108th pillar: Financial market development 58 71 + 139th pillar: Technological readiness 79 83 +410th pillar: Market size 35 36 +111th pillar: Business sophistication 49 57 +812th pillar: Innovation 94 108 + 14
    • Competitiveness Performance of the Philippines 2011-2012 GCR 2012-2013 GCR Change Rank out Rank out Score of 142 Score of 144 Score Rank countries countriesGLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS INDEX: Philippines 4.08 75 4.23 65 0.15 10 4.17 100 4.35 80 0.18 20BASIC REQUIREMENTS SUBINDEX1st Pillar: Institutions 3.22 117 3.57 94 0.35 232nd Pillar: Infrastructure 3.09 105 3.19 98 0.10 73rd Pillar: Macroeconomic environment 4.99 54 5.33 36 0.34 184th Pillar: Health and primary education 5.38 92 5.31 98 -0.07 -6 4.03 70 4.17 61 0.14 9EFFICIENCY ENHANCERS SUBINDEX5th Pillar: Higher education and training 4.13 71 4.30 64 0.17 76th Pillar: Goods market efficiency 4.05 88 4.17 86 0.12 27th Pillar: Labor market efficiency 3.92 113 4.01 103 0.09 108th Pillar: Financial market development 4.02 71 4.25 58 0.23 139th Pillar: Technological Readiness 3.47 83 3.63 79 0.16 410th Pillar Market size 4.57 36 4.62 35 0.05 1 3.45 74 3.60 64 0.15 10INNOVATION AND SOPHISTICATION FACTORS SUBINDEX11th Pillar: Business Sophistication 4.11 57 4.23 49 0.12 812th Pillar: Innovation 2.79 108 2.97 94 0.18 14 Sources: Global Competitiveness Reports 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 Note: Scores range from 1 to 7 with 7 as the best possible response except for hard data.
    • WEF – Global Competitiveness Report 2010 - 2012 INDICATORS 2012 2011 2010 Indicators Indicators Indicators RED Bottom 20% (115th – 144th) (113th – 142nd) (111th – 139th) 8 21 25 PURPLE Ranked 21 - 40% (86th – 114th) (85th – 112th) (83rd – 110th) 45 36 37 YELLOW Ranked 41 – 50% (72nd – 85th) (71st – 84th) (69th – 82nd) 10 17 20 BLACK Ranked 49% or (1st – 71st) (1st – 70th) (1st – 68th) higher 48 37 29 TOTAL 111 111 111
    • PHILIPPINE COMPETITIVENESS RANKING WEF GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS REPORT 2011 & 2012 2011 2011 2012 2012RED – bottom 20% (113th – 142nd) 21 indicators (115th – 144th) 8 indicatorsPURPLE – bottom 40-21% (85th – 112th) 36 indicators (86th – 114th) 45 indicatorsORANGE – bottom 50 – 41% (71st– 84th) 17 indicators (72nd– 85th) 10 indicatorsBLACK (1st – 70th) 37 indicators (1st – 71st) 48 indicators 111 indicators 111 indicatorsINDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)OVER-ALL RANKING 85/139 75/142 65/144 + 101st pillar: Institutions 125 117 94 + 231.01 Property rights 99 105 74 + 311.02 Intellectual property protection 103 102 87 + 151.03 Diversion of public funds 135 127 100 + 271.04 Public trust of/in politicians 134 128 95 + 331.05 Irregular payments and bribes 128 119 108 + 111.06 Judicial independence 111 102 99 +31.07 Favoritism in decisions of government 131 118 87 + 31officials1.08 Wastefulness of government spending 118 109 86 + 231.09 Burden of government regulation 126 126 108 + 181.10 Efficiency of legal framework in settling 122 115 107 +8disputes
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)1.11 Efficiency of legal framework in 116 118 102 + 16challenging regulations1.12 Transparency of government policymaking 123 120 97 + 231.13 Government services for Improved - - 51 -business performance1.14 Business costs of terrorism 126 130 126 +41.15 Business costs of crime and violence 104 112 107 +51.16 Organized crime 106 102 97 +51.17 Reliability of police services 105 112 100 + 121.18 Ethical behavior of firms 129 118 87 + 311.19 Strength of auditing and reporting 75 62 41 + 21standards1.20 Efficacy of corporate boards 56 52 51 +11.21 Protection of minority shareholders’ 80 84 57 + 27interests1.22 Strength of investor protection, 0-10 109 111 110 +1(best)*
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)2nd pillar: Infrastructure 104 105 98 +72.01 Quality of overall infrastructure 113 113 98 + 152.02 Quality of roads 114 100 87 + 132.03 Quality of railroad infrastructure 97 101 94 +72.04 Quality of port infrastructure 131 123 120 +32.05 Quality of air transport infrastructure 112 115 112 +32.06 Available airline seat kilometers/week, 28 28 26 +2millions*2.07 Quality of electricity supply 101 104 98 +62.08 Mobile telephone subscriptions/100 pop* 88 92 95 -32.09 Fixed telephone lines/100 pop* 106 103 103 03rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment 68 54 36 + 183.01 Government budget balance, % GDP* 62 71 36 + 353.02 Gross national savings, % GDP* 74 70 47 + 233.03 Inflation, annual % change* 73 69 70 -1Interest rate spread* 75 50 -3.04 General government debt, % GDP* 102 89 72 + 173.05 Country credit rating, 0-100 (best)* 75 63 60 +3
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)4th pillar: Health and primary education 90 92 98 -64.01 Business impact of malaria 101 101 102 -14.02 Malaria cases/100,000 pop* 96 95 95 04.03 Business impact of tuberculosis 106 107 116 -94.04 Tuberculosis cases/100,000 pop * 117 119 126 -74.05 Business impact of HIV/AIDS 83 80 83 -34.06 HIV prevalence, % adult pop* 1 1 12 - 114.07 Infant mortality, deaths/1,000 live births* 89 95 91 +44.08 Life expectancy, years* 84 82 102 - 204.09 Quality of primary education 99 110 86 + 244.10 Primary education enrollment, net %* 82 81 101 - 205th pillar: Higher education and training 73 71 64 +75.01 Secondary education enrollment, gross %* 82 81 81 05.02 Tertiary education enrollment, gross %* 76 75 76 -15.03 Quality of the educational system 69 61 45 + 165.04 Quality of math and science education 112 115 98 + 175.05 Quality of management schools 61 55 39 + 16
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)5.06 Internet access in schools 76 73 73 05.07 Availability of research and training 77 62 62 0services5.08 Extent of staff training 46 34 32 +26th pillar: Goods market efficiency 97 88 86 +26.01 Intensity of local competition 65 47 50 -36.02 Extent of market dominance 109 117 98 + 196.03 Effectiveness of anti-monopoly policy 92 98 84 + 146.04 Extent and effect of taxation 77 52 57 -56.05 Total tax rate, % profits* 99 93 102 -96.06 Number of procedures to start a business* 128 134 137 -36.07 Number of days to start a business* 120 112 112 06.08 Agricultural policy costs 95 89 76 +136.09 Prevalence of trade barriers 89 89 76 +136.10 Trade tariffs, % duty* 52 47 53 -66.11 Prevalence of foreign ownership 104 72 66 +66.12 Business impact of rules on FDI 98 89 69 + 206.13 Burden of customs procedures 129 128 126 +26.14 Imports as a percentage of GDP* - 96 97 -16.15 Degree of customer orientation 42 46 27 + 196.16 Buyer sophistication 60 56 57 -1
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)7th pillar: Labor market efficiency 111 113 103 + 107.01 Cooperation in labor-employer relations 56 55 38 + 177.02 Flexibility of wage determination 96 102 117 - 15Rigidity of employment* 75 79 - -7.03 Hiring and firing practices 116 113 108 +57.04 Redundancy costs, weeks of salary* 114 118 120 -27.05 Pay and productivity 82 76 57 + 197.06 Reliance on professional management 47 50 38 + 127.07 Brain drain 85 91 71 + 207.08 Women in labor force, ratio to men* 104 103 109 -68th pillar: Financial market development 75 71 58 + 138.01 Availability of financial services 49 50 50 08.02 Affordability of financial services 37 42 34 +88.03 Financing through local equity market 56 44 36 +88.04 Ease of access to loans 55 52 46 +68.05 Venture capital availability 75 71 62 +98.06 Soundness of banks 38 46 41 +5
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)8.07 Regulation of securities exchanges 73 64 46 + 188.08 Legal rights Index, 0 – 10 (best)* 103 105 99 +6Restriction on capital flows 64 - - -9th pillar: Technological readiness 95 83 79 +49.01 Availability of latest technologies 62 62 56 +69.02 Firm-level technology absorption 59 52 46 +69.03 FDI and technology transfer 88 66 40 + 269.04 Individuals using internet, %* 112 88 90 -29.05 Broadband Internet subscriptions/100 84 90 91 -1pop*9.06 International Internet bandwidth, kb/s 101 76 75 +1per user*9.07 Mobile broadband subscriptions/100 - - 93 -pop*10th pillar: Market size 37 36 35 +110.01 Domestic market size Index, 1-7 (best)* 33 31 29 +210.02 Foreign market size index, 1-7 (best)* 43 40 40 0
    • INDICATORS RANKING RANKING RANKING CHANGE (2010) (2011) (2012)11th pillar: Business sophistication 60 57 49 +811.01 Local supplier quantity 68 52 49 +311.02 Local supplier quality 70 71 68 +311.03 State of cluster development 55 54 38 + 1611.04 Nature of competitive advantage 67 74 58 + 1611.05 Value chain breadth 59 67 66 +111.06 Control of international distribution 45 47 54 -711.07 Production process sophistication 86 72 64 +811.08 Extent of marketing 50 40 41 -111.09 Willingness to delegate authority 38 33 27 +612th pillar: Innovation 111 108 94 + 1412.01 Capacity for innovation 80 95 86 +912.02 Quality of scientific research Institutions 108 106 102 +412.03 Company spending on R&D 85 85 58 + 2712.04 University-Industry collaboration in R&D 85 83 79 +412.05 Government procurement of advanced 129 126 107 + 19tech products12.06 Availability of scientists and engineers 96 97 91 +612.07 PCT patents, applications/million pop* 71 68 83 - 15
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report 2011 & 2012 PHILIPPINES KEY DRIVERS INDICATORS 2012 2011 Change1st pillar: Institutions1.04 Public trust of/in politicians 95 128 + 331.01 Property rights 74 105 + 311.07 Favoritism in decisions of government officials 87 118 + 311.18 Ethical behavior of firms 87 118 + 312nd pillar: Infrastructure2.01 Quality of overall infrastructure 98 113 + 152.02 Quality of roads 87 100 + 132.03 Quality of railroad infrastructure 94 101 +73rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment3.01 Government budget balance, % GDP* 36 71 + 353.02 Gross national savings, % GDP* 47 70 + 233.04 General government debt, % GDP* 72 89 + 174th pillar: Health and primary education4.09 Quality of primary education 86 110 + 244.07 Infant mortality, deaths/1,000 live births* 91 95 +45th pillar: Higher education and training5.04 Quality of math and science education 98 115 + 175.03 Quality of the educational system 45 61 + 165.05 Quality of management schools 39 55 + 166th pillar: Goods market efficiency6.12 Business impact of rules on FDI 69 89 + 206.02 Extent of market dominance 98 117 + 196.15 Degree of customer orientation 27 46 + 19
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report 2011 & 2012 PHILIPPINES KEY DRIVERS INDICATORS 2012 2011 Change7th pillar: Labor market efficiency7.07 Brain drain 71 91 + 207.05 Pay and productivity 57 76 + 197.01 Cooperation in labor-employer relations 38 55 + 178th pillar: Financial market development8.07 Regulation of securities exchanges 46 64 + 188.05 Venture capital availability 62 71 +98.02 Affordability of financial services 34 42 +88.03 Financing through local equity market 36 44 +89th pillar: Technological readiness9.03 FDI and technology transfer 40 66 + 269.01 Availability of latest technologies 56 62 +69.02 Firm-level technology absorption 46 52 +610th pillar: Market size10.01 Domestic market size Index, 1-7 (best)* 29 31 +211th pillar: Business sophistication11.03 State of cluster development 38 54 + 1611.04 Nature of competitive advantage 58 74 + 1611.07 Production process sophistication 64 72 +812th pillar: Innovation12.03 Company spending on R&D 58 85 + 2712.05 Government procurement of advanced tech products 107 126 + 1912.01 Capacity for innovation 86 95 +9
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report 2011 & 2012 PHILIPPINES KEY CONSTRAINTS INDICATORS 2012 2011 Change2nd pillar: Infrastructure2.08 Mobile telephone subscriptions/100 pop* 95 92 -32.09 Fixed telephone lines/100 pop* 103 103 03rd pillar: Macroeconomic environment3.03 Inflation, annual % change* 70 69 -14th pillar: Health and primary education4.08 Life expectancy, years* 102 82 - 204.10 Primary education enrollment, net %* 101 81 - 204.06 HIV prevalence, % adult pop* 12 1 - 115th pillar: Higher education and training5.02 Tertiary education enrollment, gross %* 76 75 -15.01 Secondary education enrollment, gross %* 81 81 05.06 Internet access in schools 73 73 05.07 Availability of research and training services 62 62 06th pillar: Goods market efficiency6.05 Total tax rate, % profits* 102 93 -96.10 Trade tariffs, % duty* 53 47 -66.04 Extent and effect of taxation 57 52 -5
    • WEF-Global competitiveness report 2011 & 2012 PHILIPPINES KEY CONSTRAINTS INDICATORS 2012 2011 Change7th pillar: Labor market efficiency7.02 Flexibility of wage determination 117 102 - 157.08 Women in labor force, ratio to men* 109 103 -67.04 Redundancy costs, weeks of salary* 120 118 -28th pillar: Financial market development8.01 Availability of financial services 50 50 09th pillar: Technological readiness9.04 Individuals using internet, %* 90 88 -29.05 Broadband Internet subscriptions/100 pop* 91 90 -110th pillar: Market size10.02 Foreign market size index, 1-7 (best)* 40 40 011th pillar: Business sophistication11.06 Control of international distribution 54 47 -711.08 Extent of marketing 41 40 -112th pillar: Innovation12.07 PCT patents, applications/million pop* 83 68 - 15
    • The most problematic factors for doing business Note: From the list of factors above, respondents were asked to select the five most problematic for doing business in their country and to rank them between 1 (most problematic) and 5. The bars in the figure show the responses weighted according to their rankings.
    • Philippines Vs. ASEAN: Basic Requirements Singapore Brunei Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Philippines Vietnam Cambodia Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank ScoreGlobal Competitiveness Index 2 5.7 28 4.9 25 5.1 38 4.5 50 4.4 65 4.2 75 4.1 85 4.0Basic requirements 1 6.3 21 5.6 27 5.4 45 4.9 58 4.7 80 4.3 91 4.2 97 4.11. Institutions 1 6.1 31 4.9 29 4.9 77 3.8 72 3.9 94 3.6 89 3.6 73 3.82. Infrastructure 2 6.5 57 4.2 32 5.1 46 4.6 78 3.7 98 3.2 95 3.3 104 3.13. Macroeconomic environment 17 6.1 1 7.0 35 5.3 27 5.5 25 5.7 36 5.3 106 4.2 91 4.44. Health and primary education 3 6.7 31 6.2 33 6.2 78 5.6 70 5.7 98 5.3 64 5.8 102 5.3 Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013
    • Philippines Vs. ASEAN: Efficiency enhancers Singapore Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Philippines Brunei Vietnam Cambodia Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank ScoreGlobal Competitiveness Index 2 5.7 25 5.1 38 4.5 50 4.4 65 4.2 28 4.9 75 4.1 85 4.0Efficiency enhancers 1 5.6 23 4.9 47 4.4 58 4.2 61 4.2 68 4.0 71 4.0 85 3.85. Higher education and training 2 5.9 39 4.8 60 4.3 73 4.2 64 4.3 57 4.4 96 3.7 111 3.36. Goods market 1 5.6 11 5.2 37 4.6 63 4.3 86 4.2 73 4.2 91 4.1 50 4.47. Labor market 2 5.8 24 4.8 76 4.3 120 3.9 103 4.0 13 5.1 51 4.5 28 4.88. Financial market 2 5.9 6 5.4 43 4.5 70 4.1 58 4.3 56 4.3 88 3.9 64 4.19. Technological readiness 5 6.1 51 4.3 84 3.6 85 3.6 79 3.6 64 4.0 98 3.3 100 3.310. Market size 37 4.6 28 4.8 22 5.0 16 5.3 35 4.6 124 2.4 32 4.6 89 3.1 Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013
    • Philippines Vs. ASEAN: Innovation and sophistication Singapore Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Philippines Brunei Vietnam Cambodia Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank ScoreGlobal Competitiveness Index 2 5.7 25 5.1 38 4.5 50 4.4 65 4.2 28 4.9 75 4.1 85 4.0Innovation and sophistication 11 5.3 23 4.7 55 3.7 40 4.0 64 3.6 62 3.6 90 3.3 72 3.511. Business sophistication 14 5.1 20 5.0 46 4.3 42 4.3 49 4.2 65 4.0 100 3.6 74 3.912. Innovation 8 5.4 25 4.4 68 3.2 39 3.6 94 3.0 59 3.3 81 3.1 67 3.2 Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013
    • Lowest Ranking Philippine Indicators in ASEAN Rank Indicator 137 Number of procedures to start a business 126 Business cost of terrorism 126 Burden of customs procedures 120 Quality of port infrastructure 117 Flexibility of wage determination 112 Quality of air transport infrastructure 108 Hiring and firing practices 107 Efficiency of legal framework in settling disputes 107 Business costs of crime and violence 102 Efficiency of legal framework in challenging regulations 102 Total tax rate 102 Quality of scientific research institutions 101 Net primary education enrollment 100 Diversion of public funds 99 Judicial independence 98 Quality of math and science education 94 Quality of railroad infrastructure 87 Favoritism in decisions of government officials 84 Effectiveness of anti-monopoly policy 86 Capacity for innovation Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013
    • 2012 – 13 Plano Continuous tracking of global reports and inclusion in performance evaluation systemso Regional / Local Competitiveness Councilso Industry Roadmapso National Competitiveness Assessment and Plan
    • Continuous tracking andimprovements in …WEF – Global Index IFC Doing Business ReportGovernance and Bureaucracy Starting a BusinessInfrastructure Construction PermitsMacroeconomic management Credit informationEducation Enforcing ContractsLabor Market Resolving InsolvencyTechnological ReadinessInnovation
    • Regional CompetitivenessCommitteeso Create regional / local competitiveness councils composed of public and private sectorso Build template of indicators so regions can track their competitiveness for comparison with national and international regionso Involve universities in data-collection and analysiso Build pipeline for technical training and capacity-buildingo 12 committees being set up as of 6/2012
    • Industry Roadmaps• As competitive environment is created, industry and individual firms are drivers of growth and wealth creation.• DTI will invite industries to prepare 5 - 10 year industry roadmaps• Roadmaps should describe – – State of industry today – Other country competitors – Potential of industry for value and employment growth – Projected investments by industry players – Policy environment required by industry (e.g., regulatory, infrastructure, human resources, financial, etc.)
    • National CompetitivenessAssessment and Plano Annual assessment of performance indicatorso Global performance indicators linked to 6-year Philippine Development Plano Creation of Long-Term Strategic Plano Preparation of Annual Operating Planso Emphasis on execution and deliveryo Creation of special unit within OP or expansion of PMSmandate
    • Building Blocks National Competitiveness Plan Regional IndustryWorking Groups Competitiveness Roadmaps Committees
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