Travel is a huge part of the Philippine economy.
But what is it, exactly?
The answer is hard to pin down.
Tourism, the economic engine that supports the Philippines economy, depends on a number of factors, including tourism, its products and services, its people and their interactions with the world.
It also depends on how much people like to travel and how much they like to stay there.
Tourism also depends partly on the quality of the environment, the quality and location of the hotels and the people who live there.
And of course, it depends on the availability of cheap airfare.
The economic engine of tourism in the Philippines, though, depends more on what you are doing when you are visiting.
And for some people, it’s very hard to get a hold of the information needed to do their best to make a living from tourism.
There is no reliable official data on the number of people who visit and earn their living from tourist travel.
But a 2016 report by the Philippine National Institute of Tourism and Tourism Research estimated that there were 2.4 million tourists visiting the country every year, and that an estimated 4.1 million Filipinos earned their livelihood from it.
That is an average of about 4,000 to 5,000 tourists visiting each year.
There were also a small number of other tourists, but they did not account for much of the country’s tourism industry.
It is the number who earn their livelihoods that is the most important indicator of how the country is doing economically.
What is the data?
The 2016 report estimates that there are 4.2 million Filipinas living in the country, according to the government’s own estimates.
That number includes those who earn a living as tourists.
It does not include those who work in the tourism industry or those who stay and work in hotels, resorts, restaurants, retail and other industries.
What are the data sources?
According to the Philippine Tourism Development Council, there are about 10,000 tourist hotels and 3,500 guesthouses in the Philippine cities of Davao, Cebu and Manila.
The report does not specify the sources of these numbers, but the Philippine government says that the government uses the tourism sector as part of its overall economic plan, which aims to create more jobs for the Filipino people.
The Philippine National Tourism Administration, which oversees the countrywide tourism industry, said in a statement that the data does not show any specific trends for the tourism economy.
It added that tourism was “a vital part of our economic growth.”
What is not clear is what percentage of the Philippines population is actually making a living on tourism.
The tourism sector is mostly dependent on tourism and, according the tourism administration, the share of tourists in the overall economy was about 3.4 percent in 2016.
So, based on the current figures, it is possible that the number could be much higher.
What does the data show?
The government says the numbers are based on a survey conducted in 2017 and 2018.
The results of that survey, which are not publicly available, are not yet available.
The data from that survey is also not public, so it is not known whether the number is even closer to 3.5 percent or closer to 4.0 percent.
That would suggest the tourism data may be higher than what is publicly available.
Another way to interpret the numbers is that there may be an increase in the number in the early years and a decrease in the percentage of visitors who earn money as tourists over time.
That could lead to a reduction in the amount of revenue the government gets from tourism, which would help offset any decline in income from tourists.
What do the numbers tell us about the economy?
According the tourism agency, the Philippines had a $3.4 trillion tourism industry in 2017, with about $1.8 trillion in income generated from that sector.
The government estimates that about 30 percent of the total income generated by the tourism business was earned by tourists.
That percentage is expected to increase in coming years.
But according to a recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, a global consulting firm, tourism revenue is projected to grow only about 3 percent this year, while the government says it is forecast to grow an average 7.2 percent.
The Philippines tourism industry also accounts for about a quarter of the economy.
That may not seem like much, but if you factor in the rest of the tourism sectors, including cruise ship operators and tour packages, it could be more than enough to support an economy of $6.4 billion.
What about the tourism impact?
Tourism accounts for only about 4 percent of total economic activity in the economy, the tourism ministry says.
And that does not take into account other industries, such as construction, manufacturing, services and education.
That leaves about 10 percent for the economy as a whole.
That will be a major challenge for the government, which is already struggling to deal with the economic crisis.
What can you do to make your life more comfortable?
Some suggestions include spending time with your family,