5 in 1997 though its per capita total revenue shows

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Unformatted text preview: s better performance than per capita is Manasan, R. (1995), "The Early Years of Local Government Code Implementation", Discussion Paper no 95-02. Manila: Philippines Institute for Development Studies. The author also establishes a decline in proportion of RPTA in general in the Philippines. tax revenue, caution has to be examined in interpreting, since Olongapo is the only city that distributes electric power and collects revenue for it while others depend on Meralco for production and distribution. This constitutes more than 50 percent of its revenue (Appendix Table 1). Table 3.5 Per Capita Income & Sources of Revenue % AID % Tax per capita Population per capita per RPT (in capita BT total income pesos) (in pesos) (in pesos) City % Non-tax 32% 42% 26% 18% 8% 9% 74% 82% 30% 8% 10% 61% 1632 4% 78% 18% 636 2519 38% 2% 38% 98% 24% 0% Lapu Lapu 212590 315 152 1425 Roxas Sagay Olongapo 125129 126060 187614 122 113 93 147 29 96 1391 1618 2830* Dipalog 98015 32 41 San Fernando Dapitan 96400 66672 27 12 215 14 *Note: per capita totals income for Olongapo after excluding income from PUD=1289 pesos Source: Calculated and Compiled from CDS workshop Pacific Consultant Presentation 3.4 Revenue from Local Enterprises Income from non-tax sources, mostly public e...
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