Prostitution in the Philippines employs between 60,000 to 100,000 children, according to the International Labor Organization.
There are over one million illegal guns in the Philippines.
During the 1980s, illegal logging activities in the Philippines created losses of up to $1.8 Billion a year.
Gas and oil smuggling in the Philippines leads to $682 Million (32.5 Billion Philippine Pesos) in tax revenue losses. Up to 30 to 35 percent of all gasoline and diesel sold in the Philippines is sold as the result of gas and oil smuggling.
Counterfeit goods worth $69 Million (3.3 Billion Philippine Pesos) were seized during the first half of 2009 in the Philippines.
Between 300,000 to 500,000 women fall victim to human trafficking in the Philippines to supply the prostitution industry. 30 percent of the women who are trafficked are minors.
Movie piracy activities in the Philippines leads to pirated copies of movies that were found to have traveled to 13 different countries in 3 different continents.
Cigarette smuggling in the Philippines losses up to $616 Million (29 Billion Philippine Pesos) a year. 70 percent of all cigarettes sold in the Philippines are sold as “sticks,” which are cigarettes sold as individual units as opposed to packs.
Oil smuggling in the Philippines has caused $1.9 Billion in tax revenue losses for the government over 3 years. Despite increased economic activity and vehicle registration, official oil demand in the country dropped from 303,000 million barrels per day in 1997 to 264,000 million barrels per day in 2008.
3 million cable subscribers in the Philippines have pirated their cable signal.