A list of the most expensive Philippine newspapers can be found in this article.
A reader of The Philippine Daily Inquirer, one of the country’s oldest newspapers, found the paper was the cheapest on the list, priced at P50.99.
The price was the same as the Philippines government’s price index, which is published annually by the Philippine Office of Statistics and Programme Implementation.
The Philippine newspaper market is also among the top 10 in the world, according to a 2017 ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The country’s second-highest-priced newspaper, the New Star, also ranks among the 10 most expensive in the Philippines.
It has been widely criticized by some, including the Philippines Times, which said that “the cost of newspapers is very high” and that “they are often sold in parts of the Philippines where the supply of the paper is very limited.”
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