Coronavirus COVID-19 trade impact Philippines 2020, by industry

The spill over effect of a disruption in Chinese supply to the Philippines would bring economic effects among different industries in the country. As of February 2020, the communication equipment industry in the Philippines is estimated to lose 115 million U.S. dollars from a two percent reduction in China exports of intermediate inputs.

Estimated economic trade impact from Chinese supply disruptions due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines as of February 2020, by industry

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Release date

March 2020



Survey time period

as of February 2020

Supplementary notes

The impact has been calculated under the assumption of a two percent reduction of China exports in intermediate inputs. The source assumes that supply disruptions are limited to China and does not consider disruptions that COVID-19 may directly cause in the output of other countries.

Spill over effect refers to the impact that seemingly unrelated events in one nation can have on the economies of other nations.

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