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Chengdu Statistical Yearbook 2009

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 09/2009
ISBN: 9787503757129
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First, the "Statistical Yearbook of Chengdu, 11 2009" is a fully reflect the socio-economic development of Chengdu, a comprehensive annual statistical information, the book contains and the District of Chengdu (city) County, in 2008 the social and economic aspects of a large number of statistical data, as well as the founding of the PRC, especially since the reform and opening up significant year for the city and district (city) County, the main statistical data. GDP, social practitioners, fixed asset investment and total retail sales of social consumer goods such as economic and social indicators have been based on the 2004 economic census findings. Second, this yearbook is divided into 17 parts: an overview, Chengdu, comprehensive parts, including physical geography, administrative divisions and socio-economic development of key indicators; 2, population and labor force; 3, fixed-asset investment, the construction industry; 4, finance, banking, securities and insurance; 5, people's lives; 6, urban utilities; 7, agriculture; 8, industry: 9, transport, post and telecommunications; 10, energy purchase, consumption and inventory; 11, domestic trade, price, foreign economic and tourism; 12, science and technology, education and culture; 13, sports, health, welfare and others; 14, corporate investigations; 15, district (city) County; Appendix: statistics on China's major cities and China's economic and social statistics indicators compared with the world's major countries. Third, the information in this yearbook editor in order, the units of measurement are used in the adoption of international statistical standards. 4, the statistical yearbook of statistics in diameter and sources for r in all parts of a more detailed explanation. 5, the yearbook of the symbols that: "The lack of information in this table that the minimum number of units;" space "indicates that the statistics are not available or no information on the Commission juice;" ≠ ≠ "said one of the items;
Table of Contents
Chengdu Overview 1
A comprehensive
Physical Geography 3
1 1 l meteorological conditions, Chengdu (2008) 3
1-2 Chengdu administrative divisions (late 2008) 4
1-3 Chengdu township (town) List of 5
1-4 overall national economic and social development, and speed indicator 6
 1-5 structure of economic and social development indicators 18
1-6 the proportion of national economic and social development, and efficiency indicators 22
1-7 per-capita level of 25 key indicators of socio-economic
1-8 Chengdu major economic indicators and national, provincial and contrast (2008) 27
1-9 years of GDP 28
1-10 Gross Domestic Product over the years the composition and growth rate of 30
l am a 11 years industrial GDP and constituted 32
l 1 12 times the GDP of all 34
1-13 The structure of the GDP during the 34
1-14 private economic value and composition 35
1-15 run economic growth and the contribution rate of 36
I a 16 key indicators of the Chengdu Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone 37
Main Statistical Indicators 38
Second, population and labor force
2 1 l the end of calendar year the total number of the city's total population of 43
2-2 population composition and change (2008) 47
2-3 of 48 Marriage and Divorce Registration
2-4 family planning (2008) 48
2-5 urban and rural labor resources situation (late 2008) 49
2-6 years of employees of the city's year-end (by industry) 50
2 • 7 the end of the calendar year of employees of the city (by economic type) 51
2-8 years the city's year-end number and composition of workers in the post (by economic type) 52
2-9 enterprises, institutions the number of units (late 2008) 53
Sub-industry in the post 2-10 the number of workers (late 2008) 54
2-11 units of the number of female employees (end of 2008) 55
2-12 the basic situation of the registered urban unemployed persons 56
2-13 employment agencies and work of the 56
2-14 years-the-job total wages and average wages of 57
 The total wages in the post 2-15 (2008) 58
Average wage of workers in the post 2-16 (2008) 59
2 1 17 to leave the unit still retains the basic situation of workers labor relations ∞
Main Statistical Indicators 61
Third, investment in fixed assets, construction
3-1 years total fixed asset investment (by economic type) 65
3-2 years investment in fixed assets constituted (by economic type) 67
3-3 years total fixed asset investment growth rate (by economic type) 68
3-4 years in fixed assets investment (by type and composition of the sub-) 6q
3-5 years the proportion of total fixed asset investment (by type and composition of the sub) 70
3-6 years total fixed asset investment growth rate (by type) 71
3-7 years total fixed asset investment effects of 72 key indicators
3-8 years investment in fixed assets of state-owned economic units, 73
3-9 years investment in fixed assets of state-owned economic units, effect of 74 key indicators
3-10 years capital investment effects of 75 key indicators
3-11 of 76 capital investment over the years
3-12 years constitute 78 capital investment
3 1 13 calendar year investment in capital construction funding sources 80
3 1 14 calendar year investment in capital construction funding sources constitute 81
3-15 years of renovation source of investment funds 82
3 1 16 calendar year constitute a source of renewal and transformation investment funds 83
3-17 sub-sector investment in fixed assets of 84
3-18 years City and the Urban fixed-asset investment of the following 85
3-19 years the whole construction of the 86 social housing
3 • 20 key indicators of investment in fixed assets (2008) 87
3.21 Investment in real estate development 88
3-22 Real Estate Development Investment (by source of funding, 2008) 89
3-23 Real Estate Investment (by use of sub-projects, in 2008 an .. 90
3.24 real estate development, key indicators (based on qualification score, 2008) 90
3.25 real estate development area of 91
3.26 sales of real estate development 92
3-27 years basic conditions of society as a whole construction enterprises (2008) 93
Main Statistical Indicators 94
Fourth, fiscal, financial, securities and insurance
4.1 years of financial revenue and expenditure 99
4-2 grade general budget revenue and expenditure situation (2008) 101
4.3 The city maintenance and construction of capital expenditures 102
4.4 The Tax 102
4-5 the city's tax revenue (2008) d03
4-6 years of credit and cash income and expenditure 104
4-7 financial institutions to credit the income and expenditure 106
4-8 National Bank Credit income and expenditure 106
4-9 National Bank of cash income for 107
4-10 National Bank cash expenditure 107
4-11 sub-sector credit, the State Bank of income and expenditure (2008) 108
4 • 12 financial institutions in the city's credit, foreign exchange income and expenditure 109
4-13 Insurance 109
Main Statistical Indicators 110
Fifth, people's lives
5 • 1 calendar year, the basic situation of 113 urban families
5-2 years urban employed population of 115 families
5-3 years per capita cash income of urban households 116
5-4 basic conditions of urban households (2008) 118
5-5 urban per capita consumption expenditure of households (2008) 118
5-6 urban household per capita consumption expenditure of 120
5-7 urban household per capita food consumption 121
5-8 urban household per capita food consumption amount of 121
5-9 years every hundred urban households to purchase worn merchandise of 122
5-10 years on average for every 100 urban households at the end durable consumer goods owned 123
5-11 the basic situation of 125 rural households
5-12 per capita income of rural households 126
5-13 of rural households per capita cash income and expenditure 127
5-14 per capita expenditure of rural households 128
5.15 per capita net income of rural households 129
5-16 of rural households per capita consumption of 130 major physical
5.17 for every hundred rural households owned durable goods, the amount of 130
5-18 years every hundred rural households to purchase worn merchandise 13】
Main Statistical Indicators 133
6, urban public utilities
6-1 city size and land for construction of 137
6-2, the standard of 137 municipal facilities
6-3 of 138 municipal engineering facilities
6-4 fresh water supply in 138
6-5 natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas of 139
6-6 bus, taxi of 139
Landscaping 6-7 of 140
6.8 income and expenditure of urban maintenance and construction funds for 140
6-9 years the city's electricity consumption of 141
6-10 sub-sector consumption 143
6 1 11 main industrial pollutant emissions and dealing with the utilization of 143
Main Statistical Indicators 144
7, Agriculture
7 1 l of rural grassroots organizations and agricultural production conditions in 147
7-2 years total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 149
7-3 years total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery development speed 15l
7-4 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 153
7-5 years of agricultural machinery has a volume of 1 54
7-6 years in rural small hydropower, electricity consumption, effective irrigated area and fertilizer application rate of 155
7-7 Agricultural Machinery 156
7-8 crops sown area 157
7-9 years of grain, rapeseed, vegetable production 158
7-10 major agricultural production 160
7-11 years of animal husbandry production 161
7-12 Main output of livestock products 163
7-13 fishery production in 163
7-14 cocoons, tea and fruit, flowers and production 164
7-15 of forestry production. 164
7-16 per 100 rural households of productive fixed assets 165
7 1 17 per 100 rural households have a number of productive fixed assets 165
7-18 Investment in fixed assets, small and medium enterprises (2008) 166
Main Statistical Indicators 167
8, Industrial
8-1 years of Major Industrial Products 171
8-2 the number of industrial enterprises and industrial output value (2008) 177
8-3 All independent accounting industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008) 179
8-4 independent accounting state-owned and state holding enterprises main economic indicators (2008) 187
8-5 of collective industrial enterprises with independent accounting major economic indicators (2008) 195
8-6 independent accounting of the "three-capital" of industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008) 199
8-7 medium-sized industrial enterprises of major economic indicators 207
8-8 all industrial enterprises with independent accounting major economic indicators of 208
8-9 the city's industrial enterprises in the four pillar industries of major economic indicators (2008) 209
Main Statistical Indicators 21,
9, transport, post and telecommunications
9-1 years cargo transportation volume of 217
9-2 years turnover of 219 Cargo
9-3 years of passenger transport volume of 221
9-4 years volume of passenger transportation 223
9-5 of 225 aviation and road transport
9-6 years telecommunications basic business situations 226
Main Statistical Indicators 22s
10, energy purchase, consumption and inventory
10-1 million industrial enterprises above designated size industrial output value of comprehensive energy consumption of 231
Industrial enterprises above designated size 10-2 major energy purchase, consumption and inventory (2008) 231
10-3 primary energy consumption by industry sector groups (2008) 232
lO-4 industrial enterprises above designated size integrated energy consumption by industry 233
10-5 industrial enterprises above designated size water consumption by industry classification (2008) 234
Main Statistical Indicators 236
11, domestic trade, prices, foreign economic, tourism
11-1 total retail sales of social consumer goods over the years and the pace of development 241
11-2 over the years the total retail sales of social consumer goods classification of 242
11-3 wholesale and retail trade above designated commodity sales, inventory, total 244
11-4 commodity trading market conditions, 244
11-5 wholesale and retail trade above designated categories of total sales and inventory (2008) 245
11-6 urban and rural individual industrial and commercial, the basic situation of the private sector (2008) 246
11-7 over the years the consumer price index and retail price index (more than 100 years) 247
11-8 The consumer price index (more than 100 years) 249
11.9 retail price index (more than 100 years) 249
11-10 Foreign Direct Investment (2008) 250
11-1l the basic situation of tourism 251
11-12 international tourism accommodation facilities operations and assets (2008) 252
11-13 Chengdu and abroad formed Sister Cities 252
11-14 "Golden Week" tourist reception of 253
11-15 import and export value and composition (1993-2008 year) 254
11.16 Customs import and export value of 255
11-17 major country (region) the customs value of imported and exported goods to 256
Main Statistical Indicators 1 257
12, science and technology, education and culture
12 1 l scientific research institutions, personnel, funding and activities (2008) 261
12-2 state-level high-tech industrial enterprises of major economic indicators (2008) 262
12-3 national IT project to project implementation (2008) 263
12-4 technology market transactions (2008) 263
12-5 and medium-sized industrial enterprises of technological activities (2008) 264
12.6 and medium-sized industrial enterprises output value of new products and patents, the situation (2008) 265
12-7 and medium-sized industrial enterprises, scientific and technological activities project (2008) 266
12-8 education in the basic situation of 267
12-9 basic conditions of all types of schools (2008) 268
12-10 college graduate profiles (2008) 268
12-11 basic situation of general secondary schools (2008) 269
12-12 basic conditions of primary and secondary schools (2008) 269
12-13 of 270 for adult education and basic institutions of higher learning
12-14 Kindergarten Basic Information 270
12-15 performing arts groups and venues of 271 performances
12-16 mass culture (2008) 271
The basic situation of 272 public libraries, 12-17
12 1 18 Museum of the basic situation of 272
12-19 radio and television undertakings basic situation (2008) 273
Main Statistical Indicators 274
13, sports, health, welfare and other
13-1 sports activities of 277
13-2 the basic situation of 278 medical and health undertakings
13-3 rural village of 278 WHO
13-4 of the Hospital Clinic (2008) 279
13.5 on the operation of government-run hospitals (2008) 280
13.6 the city's residents before 10 causes of death, mortality rate (2008) 280
13-7 of 281 social welfare agencies
13.8 special care, and relief of 281
13.9 lawyers, notaries, the basic situation of mediation 282
13-10 Domestic Notarial classification of 283
13-11 foreign and Taiwan-Hong Kong, Macao notarial instrument classification (2008) 284
13-12 grassroots legal service in (2008). . 284
13-13 receiving and handling of cases of labor arbitration cases (2008) 285
13-14 social order and traffic conditions, fires 286
Main Statistical Indicators 287
14, enterprise surveys,
14-1 entrepreneur confidence index (2008) 291
14-2 Business Climate Index (2008) 1 292
14-3 by industry production and operation of an integrated climate index (2008) 293
14-4 Enterprise Group Overview (2008) 298
14.5 Enterprise Group key financial indicators for 299
14-6 Enterprise Group employees and labor remuneration 300
14-7 Enterprise Group 300 Main economic indicators
Main Statistical Indicators 30l
15, district (city) County
15-1 district (city) and county land area, households and population numbers (late 2008) 305
15.2 years district (city) County at the end of the total population: 306
15-3 district (city) County, the natural population changes (2008) 308
15-4 district (city) and county population, mechanical changes (2008) 309
15-5 district (city) and county of marriage, family planning (2008) 310
15.6 district (city) County, education, health situation (in 2008 1312
15-7 district (city) County, Gross Domestic Product (2008) 313
15-8 district (city) County, the GDP growth rate (2008) 314
15.9 district (city) County, the added value of the private economy and composition 315
15-10 District (city) County Farmers forestry, animal husbandry output value of 316 fishing
15-11 District (city) County Farmers animal husbandry and fishing output value (2008) 317
15-12 District (city) County Farmers constitute the total output value of animal husbandry and fishing (2008) 318
15-13 District (city) County Farmers animal husbandry and fishing output of main products (1) 319
15-14 District (city) County Farmers animal husbandry and fishing output of main products (2) 320
15-15 District (city) County Farmers animal husbandry and fishing output of main products (3) 321
15-16 District (city) County Farmers animal husbandry and fishing output of main products (4) 322
15-17 District (city) County, the number of 323 year-end amount of live pigs
15-18 years district (city) County grain yield 324
15-19 District (city) and county per capita income of rural residents (2008) 326
15-20 District (city) County, the per capita expenditure of rural residents (2008) 327
15-2l historical district (city) County Rural per capita net income of 328
15-22 District (city) and county-scale industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008) 330
15-23 District (city) and county posts and telecommunications indicators 334
15-24 District (city) and county transportation index 33 ∈
15-25 District (city) County, investment in fixed assets 337
15-26 District (city) and county-wide investment in fixed assets (2008) 338
15-27 District (city) County, total retail sales of social consumer goods (2008) 339
15-28 District (city) and county and local revenues (2008) 341
15-29 District (city) County, local finance general budget expenditures (2008) 342
15-30 District (city) County, designated the central value-added tax and consumption tax of 343
15-31 District (city) and county tax revenue (2008) 344
15-32 District (city) County, finance and insurance indicators (2008) 346
Appendix 1 Main indicators of China's major cities 349
Appendix II of China's economic, social and statistical indicators compared with countries around the world 357
Chengdu Statistical Yearbook 2009
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