About NCC

In October 2006, the Public-Private Sector Task Force on Philippine Competitiveness was created by virtue of Presidential Executive Order No. 571 to promote and develop national competitiveness. In June 2011, President Aquino issued Executive Order No. 44 amending E.O. 571, renaming the Public-Private Sector Task Force on Philippine Competitiveness as the National Competitiveness Council, and expanding its membership.

 

VISION

  • Promote a more competitive Philippines and instill a culture of excellence, through public-private sector collaboration as means to reduce poverty through inclusive growth

 

MISSION

  • Implement the action agenda with private sector initiatives that support public policies

 

METRICS BY 2016

  • Higher FDI (new investments of 3-4% of GDP), from US$1.7 billion in 2010
  • Double export growth to US$120 billion by 2016 with new products and services to account for 30% of exports
  • GDP Growth of 7-8% per year
  • Job Growth/Lower Unemployment
  • Lower Poverty Incidence: 26.5% in 2009 to 16.6% by 2015
  • Growing C socioeconomic class (currently 8.6%); shrinking DE class (currently 91%)