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Chengdu Statistical Yearbook 2010

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Language: Chinese
Page: 378
Publication Date: 08/2010
ISBN: 9787503760129
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1, "Chengdu Statistical Yearbook 2010" 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 2009 the social, economic and so a lot of statistical data and Since the founding of the PRC, especially in the important year of reform and opening up the city and district (city) County, the main data statistically. GDP, social practitioners, fixed asset investment and total retail sales of social consumer goods such as economic and social indicators of the economy under the 2009 census to adjust. Second, the Yearbook is divided into 18 sections: About 1 in Chengdu, comprehensive parts, including physical geography, administrative divisions and the main indicators of socio-economic development; 2, 3, national accounts, population and labor force;. 4, fixed assets investment, the construction industry; 5, energy purchase, consumption and inventory; '6, fiscal, financial and insurance; 7, living, prices; 8, city utilities; 9, agriculture; 10, Industry: 11 , transport, post and telecommunications; 12, domestic trade, foreign economic, tourism; 13, technology, education and culture; 14, sports health, welfare and other; 15, business surveys; 16, district (city) County; Appendix: National Ying point City statistics and China's economic and social statistical indicators compared with countries around the world. Third, the information in this book edited sequence, the unit of measurement used in international statistical standards are used. Fourth, the statistical yearbook of statistics and data sources diameter are made in various parts of a more detailed explanation. 5, the Yearbook of the symbols that: "lack of information in this table that the smallest unit;" space, "said the statistics are not available or not the statistics;" ≠ ≠ "said one entry;" ① "said the first table below 1 comment
Table of Contents
Chengdu Overview 1
A comprehensive
Geography 3
1-1 Chengdu weather conditions (2009) 3
Chengdu Administrative Division 1-2 (late 2009) 4
1-3 Chengdu township (town) List 5
1-4 overall economic and social development, and the speed indicator 6
1-5 Structure of economic and social development indicators 18
1-6 ratio of national economy and social development and efficiency indicators 22
1-7 per capita level of socio-economic indicators of 25 major
1-8 Main Indicators of Chengdu Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone 27
1-9 Chengdu major economic indicators with the national, provincial comparison (2009) 28
Main Statistical Indicators 29
Second, national accounts
GDP 33 2-1 years
2-2 years and the GDP growth rate of 35 constitute
2-3 years of GDP by expenditure approach 37
2-4 years of GDP by expenditure approach the structure of 38
2-5 GDP by expenditure approach and constitute 39
2-6 Gross Domestic Product by Industry over the years and constituted 40
2-7 GDP each period of 42
2-8 each period GDP structure 42
 2-9 Gross Domestic Product in the project area (2009) 43
2-10 private economic value and constitutes 44
2-11 run economic growth and the contribution rate of 45
Main Statistical Indicators 46
Third, population and labor force
The total number of the city at the end of 3-1 years, the total population 5l
3-2 of 55 years the natural population change
Changes in demographic composition and 3-3 (2009) 57
3-4 resident population and the urbanization rate (2000-2009) 58
3-5 of Marriages and Divorces 59
3-6 family planning (2009) 59
3-7 Urban and Rural Labor Force (late 2009) 60
3-8 employees with the city over the years the situation (by industry) 61
3-9 employees with the city over the years the situation (by Type) 62
3-10 business, business, institutions, the number of (late 2009) 63
3 to 11 the number of sub-sector employees in urban units (20C19 end) 64
3-12 Number of women employees in urban units (late 2009) 65
3-13 employment agencies and work 66
3-14 years Staff and Workers in the end the city and the composition (by Type) 67
3-15 All units of the total wage (2009) 68
3, all units of a 16 average wage (2009) 69
3 a 17 out of the units while keeping the basic situation of workers labor relations 70
Main Statistical Indicators 71
Fourth, investment in fixed assets, construction
4-1 years investment in fixed assets (by Type) ¨ 75
4-2 years investment in fixed assets constitute (by Type)? 77
4-3 years total fixed asset investment growth rate (by Type) 78
4-4 years investment in fixed assets (by type and composition of the sub-) 79
4-5 years the proportion of total fixed asset investment (by type and composition of the sub) 80
4-6 years total fixed asset investment growth rate (by type) 81
4-7 years investment in fixed assets of 82 key indicators results
4-8 years investment in fixed assets of 83 state-owned economic units
4-9 years investment in fixed assets of state-owned economic units in the main indicators of 84 results
Capital investment over the years results 4-10 of 85 key indicators
4-11 years infrastructure investment in 86
Capital investment over the years constitute 88 4-12
4-13 of 90 sources of funding capital investment over the years
4-14 years constitute 91 sources of funding capital investment
4-15 Investment in Innovation funding sources over the years the situation 92
4-16 years constitute a source of renewal and transformation investment funds 93
4-17 Investment in Fixed Assets by Sector 94
4 1 18 the following calendar year, City and Municipal Investment in Fixed Assets 95
4-19 years all social housing construction of the 96
4-20 Main Indicators of total fixed asset investment (2009) 97
4-21 Real Estate Development Investment 98
4-22 Real Estate Development and Investment (by source of funding, 2009) 99
4-23 real estate investment (by Purpose of Project, 2009) 100
4-24 Main Indicators of Real Estate Development (based on qualification score, 2009) 100
4-25 Real Estate Development Area by 101
4-26 of 102 real estate sales
4-27 years Basic Construction Enterprises society (2009) 103
104 Main Statistical Indicators
5, energy purchase, consumption and inventory
5-1 million industrial enterprises above designated size industrial output value of comprehensive energy consumption of 109
5-2 scale industrial enterprises of major energy purchase, consumption and inventories (2009) 109
5-3 primary energy consumption by Industrial Sector (2009) 110
5-4 scale industrial enterprise comprehensive energy consumption by industry 111
5-5 scale industrial enterprises of water consumption by industry (2009) 112
5-6 of industrial output value of industrial enterprises above designated size overall energy consumption by industry (2009) 114
Main Statistical Indicators 115
6, fiscal, financial and insurance
6-1 years financial revenue and expenditure 119
6-2 grade general budget revenue and expenditure (2009) 121
City Maintenance and Construction 6-3 capital expenditure 122
122 of the Tax 6-4
6-5 the city's tax revenue (2009) d23
6-6 124 State Tax Revenue
6-7 Local Tax Revenue 124
6-8 years of credit and cash income and expenditure 125
6-9 credit financial institutions, income and expenditure 127
6-10 National Bank credit income and expenditure 127
6-11 sub-sector State Bank credit income and expenditure (2009) 128
6-12 the city's financial institutions, foreign exchange income and expenditure i29 credit
6-13 Insurance 129
Main Statistical Indicators 130
Seven of living, prices
Basic Conditions of Urban Households 7-1 years 133
7-2 years were El employment situation of urban households 135
7-3 years per capita cash income of urban households 136
7-4 Basic Conditions of Urban Households (2009) 138
7-5 per capita consumption of urban household expenditure (2009) 138
7-6 Urban household expenditure per capita consumption of 140
7-7 urban household per capita consumption of 141 food
7-8 the amount of urban household per capita food consumption 141
7-9 years wear urban households every hundred person to buy 142 cases of goods
7-10 years on average for every 100 urban households at the end of durable consumer goods owned 143
7-11 Basic Conditions of Rural Households 145
7-12 per capita income of rural households in 146
7-13 of rural per capita cash income and expenditure of households 147
7 1 14 rural residents per capita household expenditure 148
7-15 per capita net income of rural households in 149
7-16 of rural residents per capita household consumption of 150 major physical
7-17 every hundred rural households have a capacity of 150 durable goods
7-18 years every hundred person rural households to purchase worn goods 151
7-19 years Consumer costs index and retail price index (preceding year = 100) 153
7-20 consumer price index (preceding year = 100) 155
7-21 retail price index (preceding year = 100) 155
7-22 of raw materials, fuel, power, price index (preceding year = 100) 156
7-23 producer price index (preceding year = 100) 156
7-24 per capita income of urban and rural households and the Engel coefficient (1978-2009 year) 157
Main Statistical Indicators of 158
8, Public Utilities
8-1 city size and construction, land use 161
8-2 standard 16l municipal facilities
8-3 municipal engineering installations of 162
8-4 of 162 water supply
8-5 Natural gas, liquefied petroleum situation 163
8-6 bus, taxi situation in 163
8-7 Landscaping 164 cases
8-8 City Maintenance income and expenditure 164
8-9 years the city's electricity consumption 165
8-10 167 electricity sub-sector
8-1l industrial emissions of major pollutants, Treatment and Utilization 167
168 Main Statistical Indicators
9, Agriculture
9-1 grassroots organizations in rural areas and agricultural production conditions in 171
Animal husbandry and fishery output value of 9-2 years 173
9-3 years animal husbandry and fishery output value growth rate of 175
Animal husbandry and fishery output value of 177 9-4
9-5 years 178 Agricultural Machinery
9-6 years in rural areas of chemical fertilizer consumption and 179 cases
9-7 Agricultural Machinery 180
9-8 years of grain, oilseeds, and vegetables 181
9.9 crop acreage 183
9-10 of Major Agricultural Products 184
Livestock production over the years 185 9-11
9-12 Main output of livestock products 187
9-13 Fishery 187
9-14 cocoons, tea and fruit, flower production 188
Forestry production 9-15 188
9-16 per 100 rural households to productive fixed assets 189
9-17 per 100 rural households have a number of productive fixed assets, 189
9-18 Investment in Fixed Assets of SMEs (2009) 190
Main Statistical Indicators 19l
10, industry
10-1 195 over the years of Major Industrial Products
10-2 Number of Industrial Enterprises and Gross Industrial Output Value (2009) 201
All industrial enterprises with independent accounting 10-3 Main Economic Indicators (2009) 203
State-holding enterprises with independent accounting 10-4 Main Economic Indicators (2009) 211
Collective industrial enterprises with independent accounting 10-5 Main Economic Indicators (2009) 219
Independent accounting 10-6 "funded" Economic Indicators of Industrial Enterprises (2009)
10-7 Main Economic Indicators of Large and Medium Industrial Enterprises 231
10-8 all industrial enterprises with independent accounting major economic indicators of 232
10 1 9 four pillar industries, the city's industrial enterprises Main Economic Indicators (2009) 233
236 Main Statistical Indicators
11, Transport, Posts and Telecommunications
11-1 years cargo traffic 24l
11-2 243 cargo turnover over the years
11-3 ~ 245 passenger traffic over the years
11-4 volume of passenger transportation 247 years
11-5 249 aviation and road transport situations
6-6 years 250 Telecommunication Services
252 Main Statistical Indicators
12, domestic trade, foreign economic, tourism
L 12 a calendar year, total retail sales and growth rate 255
12-2 calendar year, total retail sales of consumer goods in the classification of 256
12-3 Above wholesale and retail trade marketing,. Total Inventory 258
12-4 258 commodity trading market
12-5 Above wholesale and retail trade sales and stock, the value category (2009) 259
12-6 urban and rural individual industrial and commercial, the basic situation of private enterprises (2009) 260
12-7 Foreign Direct Investment (2009) 26l
12-8 Basic Conditions of tourism 262
12-9 tourist accommodation facilities operations and assets (2009) 263
12-10 form the sister cities of Chengdu and 263 foreign
  12-11 "Golden Week" reception case 264
12.12 export value and composition (1993-2009 year) 265
Customs import and export goods worth 255 12-13
12.14 principal countries (regions) Customs import and export goods worth 267
268 Main Statistical Indicators
13, science and technology, education and culture
Research institutions 13-1, personnel, funding and activities (2009) 271
13-2 national high-tech industrial enterprise of major economic indicators f2009 Year 1272
13-3 National Science and Technology Program project implementation (2009) 273
13-4 technical market transactions (2009) 273
13-5 education in the basic situation of 274
13-6 Various Schools (2009) 275
13-7 Overview of College Graduate (2009) 275
13 Pei Pu Tong Secondary School Basic (2009) 276
13-9 Basic school (2009). 276
13.10 Higher Education Adult Basic 277
13-11 Basic Conditions of 277 kindergarten
13-12 performing arts groups and venues performed 278 cases
13-13 mass culture (2009) 278
Basic Public Library 279 13-14
Basic Museum 279 13-15
13 1 16 radio and television enterprises the basic situation (2009) 280
Main Statistical Indicators 28l
14, sports, health, welfare and other
14-1 285 sports activities
Basic medical and health 14-2 286
14-3 rural village situation in the WHO (2009) 286
14-4 Hospitals situation (2009) 287
14-5 Government Hospitals in the operation (2009) 288
14-6 before the city's residents ten causes of death, mortality rate (2009) 288
14-7 289 social welfare institutions in
14-8 Special Care, 289 relief cases
14-9 lawyers, notaries, the basic situation of mediation 290
14-10 domestic notarial instrument classification of 291
14-11 foreign and Taiwan in Hong Kong, Macao notarial instrument classification (2009) 292
14-12 grassroots legal service cases (2009) 292
14-13 accepting and dealing with cases of labor arbitration cases (2009) 293
14-14 public order and traffic, fires 294
Main Statistical Indicators 295
15, business surveys
15-1 business confidence index (2009) 299
15-2 business climate index (2009) 300
Integrated production and operation of sub-sectors 15-3 Prosperity Index (2009) 301
306 Main Statistical Indicators
16, district (city) County
16-1 District (city) County land area, households and population (late 2009) 309
16-2 years district (city) County at the end of the total population of 310
16-3 District (city) County, the natural population changes (2009) 312
16-4 District (city) County Population mechanical changes (2009) 313
16-5 District (city) County, marriage, family planning (2009) 314
16-6 District (city) County of GDP (2009) 316
16-7 District (city) County, GDP growth rate (2009) 317
16-8 District (city) County, the added value of the private economy and constitute 318
16-9 District (city) County, animal husbandry and fishery output value 319
16 1 10 district (city) and county animal husbandry and fisheries output (2009) 320
16-1l district (city) and county animal husbandry and fishery output form (2009) 321
16-12 years district (city) County grain output 322
16 1 13 district (city) and county animal husbandry and fishery yield of main products (1) 324
16-14 District (city) and county animal husbandry and fishery output of main products (2) 325
16-15 District (city) and county animal husbandry and fishery output of main products (3) 326
16-16 District (city) County, animal husbandry and fishery output of main products (4) 327
 16-17 District (city) County at the end of 328 pig herds
16-18 District (city) county per capita income of rural residents (2009) 329
16-19 District (city) County, the rural per capita expenditure (2009:) 330
16-20 years district (city) County rural per capita net income of 33l
16-21 District (city) and county-scale industrial enterprises Main Economic Indicators (2009) 333
16-22 District (city) County, postal and telecommunication services 337
16-23 District (city) County Transportation Index 338
16-24 district (city) County, investment in fixed assets 339
16-25 District (city) County, investment in fixed assets (2009) 340
16-26 District (city) County, education, health conditions (2009 F) 341
16-27 District (city) County, total retail sales (2009) 342
16-28 District (city) County Local Government Budgetary Revenue (2009 F) 344
16-29 District (city) County Local Government Budgetary Expenditure (2009) 345
16-30 District (city) County, designated the central value added tax and consumption tax situation of 346
16-31 District (city) and county tax revenue (2009) 347
16-32 District (city) County, deposits and loans of financial indicators (2 () 09:) 349
16-33 District (city) County residents of urban and rural minimum living conditions (2009 i) 350
Appendix 1 Key Indicators 353 major cities nationwide
Appendix II of China's economic and social statistical indicators compared with countries around the world 369
Chengdu Statistical Yearbook 2010
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