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Revision Policies

Balance of Payments (BOP) and International Investment Position (IIP)
Data on all BOP/IIP components released to the public during the reference quarter are treated as preliminary, and may be revised in any quarter of the reference year. Prior year's data may be revised coinciding with the release of the second quarter report in September of the current year and the fourth quarter report in March of the succeeding year. Historical revisions are carried out in case of significant changes arising from the introduction of new classifications, compilation frameworks and methodologies.

Depository Corporations Survey
The Depository Corporations Survey (DCS) data are preliminary when first released. These will be revised two months after the reference month to reflect updates on reports submitted by all universal and commercial banks and thrift banks. Final data will be released six months after reference month to cover updates on reports of rural banks, non-banks with quasi-banking functions and non-stock savings and loans associations.

Loans Outstanding of Universal and Commercial Banks
The Loans Outstanding of Universal and Commercial Banks data are preliminary when first released. These will be revised one month and one week from reference month to reflect updates on reports submitted by all universal and commercial banks.

Philippine Flow of Funds (PFOF)
The Philippine Flow of Funds (PFOF) statistics are compiled and disseminated annually. Data are treated as preliminary when first released, and may be revised coinciding with the publication of the next annual PFOF report to incorporate restated data and other updates. Historical revisions are carried out in cases of significant changes arising from updates in the compilation frameworks and methodologies as well as availability of new data.