This alternate history related article is a stub. You can help by expanding it. The concept of Philippine reunification involves the potential future reunification of the authoritarian, fascist Bisayan-dominated Philippine National Union, and the liberal, democratic Tagalog-dominated Kingdom of the Philippines under a single government. The process of reunification has met many difficulties due to ongoing tension between the two states, which have become politically and economically different since their separation in 1962.
|United Philippines||Kingdom of the Philippines||Philippine National Union|
|GDP (billions of $)||$74.97 billion (excluding Mindanao)||$70.42 billion||$4.55 billion|
|GDP per capita||$2,149 (excluding Mindanao)||3740||$724|
|Total population||34.88 million (including Mindanao)||18.83 million||6.28 million|