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China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 11/2013
ISBN: 9787503770111
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" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 " from 17 parts: I. Summary of development ; Second, the synthesis and summary ; Third, the basic situation of rural and agricultural production conditions ; Fourth, agricultural ecology and environment ; five , rural investment ; six , animal husbandry and fishery industry output , intermediate consumption and value added ; seven , mainly agricultural products ( support ) area and yield ; eight , rural markets and prices ; nine , import and export of agricultural products ; X. agricultural costs and benefits ; XI, rural incomes and consumption ; twelve , rural culture , education, health and social services ; thirteen, state-owned farms ; fourteen regional rural economy ; fifteen , the region is mainly rural economic indicators sorting ; sixteen foreign key agricultural indicators ; seventeen , how use the "China Rural statistical Yearbook ."
Because 2006 was the second national agricultural census , the " China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 " in the section of agricultural added value , output value , species ( raise ) the history of the area and yield data based on agricultural census data were adjusted . Rural population and rural employment statistics caliber used in this book were adjusted version is different from previous years , increasing the rural environment and the international part of the data content.
 
" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 " a collection of 2012 rural social and economic statistics of the key historical years after the founding of the nation's major statistics. National data involved in this yearbook not include Taiwan Province and Hong Kong and Macao regions.
 
" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 ", the tax is calculated according to the caliber of tax reform from 2002 onwards . Tax reform has been implemented in accordance with agricultural areas and the actual amount of additional reporting , 70% of the original area has not yet practiced with the village reserve caliber taxes , and the townships of calculation , namely: ( original
Caliber taxes + village reserve , townships ) × 70%. In order to maintain comparability with the 2002 data , before taxes in 2001 and made ​​adjustments , the adjusted tax equal to the taxes and village reserve original caliber , townships sum .
 
" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 ", the implementation of the new national industry classification standard , since 2003 , including agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery , animal husbandry and fishery services .
 
" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 " section of the fourteenth , including counties and county-level cities only partially , some of the information did not include municipal districts . Since the correction adjustment of administrative divisions and some units of data, historical data in different regions of the rural economy in this book are also adjusted accordingly.
 
" China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013 " section of the sixteenth information database by international organizations were adjusted , so some of the data in previous years also will do a correction , indicators have to adjust settings .
Table of Contents
The first part of the Development Review
2012 agricultural production overview 3
The second part of the synthesis and summary
2-1 13 main indicators of the rural economy
2-2 by population average yield of 14 major agricultural
2-3 of the rural economy in the national economy of the 16
2-4 various regions of the rural economy in the national economy 20
2-5 retail sales of social consumer goods accounted for the country's various regions and the proportion of 21
2-6 22 regional income levels of urban and rural residents
2-7 regional consumption level of urban and rural residents in 23
2-8 24 major agricultural supply and demand
The third part of the basic conditions for agricultural production in rural and
3-1 National rural population and rural employment situation 31
3-2 regional rural population and rural employment 32
3-3 of labor and cultural conditions of rural households 33
Labor and cultural conditions of rural households 3-4 34 regions
3-5 regional educational level of rural labor households ( per capita net income group ) 35
3-6 at the end of the main agricultural machinery ownership 36
3-7 at the end of the main agricultural machinery ownership and growth 37
3-8 at the end of each area is mainly agricultural machinery ownership 38
3-9 rural electrification , irrigation area , the amount of chemical fertilizer (43)
3-10 rural electrification and irrigation and water conservancy construction 44
3-11 of agricultural fertilizer, plastic sheeting , diesel and use of pesticides 44
Electricity and water conservancy construction in rural areas 3-12 each case 45
3-13 each region of Chemical Fertilizers 47
The amount of agricultural plastic film using 3-14 49 regions
The amount of diesel oil and 50 regional pesticide use 3-15
Rural Households 3-16 each region has a productive fixed assets 51
3-17 of each country's total area of arable land and the proportion of 55
3-18 arable regions constitute 56
Part IV of Agricultural Ecology and Environment
4-1 National Nature Reserve in case of 59
4-2 National Rural Environment 59
4-3 BASIC Region Conservation 60
4-4 regional rural water supply , latrines case 61
4-5 regional rural renewable resource utilization 62
4-6 national forestry projects over the years afforested area 63
4-7 key forestry projects to areas 65
4-8 Irrigation , reservoirs and waterlogging , flood control, Alkaline 67
4-9 regional water conservancy facilities and waterlogging , flood control, rule base area of ​​68
4-10 69 national disaster and disaster area
4-11 national disaster , disaster and crops area 70
4-12 71 regions affected area
4-13 73 regional disaster area
The fifth part of rural investment
5-1 national fiscal expenditure on agriculture 77
52 agricultural infrastructure investment and new fixed assets 78
5-3 of rural collective units and rural residents personal investment in fixed assets 79
5-4 cash operating expenses of rural households spending 80
5-5 of rural households to purchase productive fixed assets -cash expenses 80
5-6 Rural Households by Region -cash expenses of production inputs 8l
Total expenditure of rural households 5-7 Region ( per capita net income group ) 82
5-8 Investment in rural fixed porcelain production 83
5-9 regional rural fixed assets investment 84
Rural fixed asset composition of each region 85 5-10
Rural regions to invest in fixed assets case 86 5-11
Part VI of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries livestock output, intermediate consumption and value added
Added value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 6-1 and index 89
6-2 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery , value added, intermediate consumption and composition ( at current prices ) 90
6-3 regional Fishery , value added and intermediate consumption ( at current prices ) 91
6-4 over the distinction between animal husbandry and fishery sector value added ( at current prices ) 94
6-5 over the distinction between animal husbandry and fishery sectors constitute value added ( at current prices ) 95
6-6 over the distinction between animal husbandry and fishery sector added rate ( in this sector output was 100 ) 96
6-7 over the distinction between animal husbandry and fishery sector intermediate consumption ( at current prices ) 97
6-8 over the middle to distinguish animal husbandry and fishery sectors constitute consumption ( at current prices ) 98
6-9 over the distinction between animal husbandry and fishery sector output accounted for the proportion of intermediate consumption (in the sector output was 100 ) 100
6-10 sub consumed 102 intermediate animal husbandry and fishery
6-11 regional animal husbandry and fishery added value, intermediate consumption and the proportion accounted for agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery ( at current prices ) 103
6-12 Fishery ( at current prices ) 104
6-13 Fishery constitute ( at current prices ) 105
6-14 animal husbandry and fishery production value and constitutes a breakdown ( at current prices ) 106
6-15 Region Fishery ( at current prices ) 107
6-16 regional agricultural sub- output ( at current prices ) 109
6-17 sub- regional forestry output value ( at current prices ) 114
6-18 sub- regional animal husbandry output value ( at current prices ) 115
6-19 sub- regional fisheries output ( at current prices ) 117
6-20 four regions Fishery and composition ( at current prices ) 119
6-21 Fishery 120
6-22 Fishery Index ( 1952 = 100) 12l
6-23 Region Fishery Index ( over 100 years , at constant prices ) 122
6-24 Region Fishery and the proportion of the country's total ( at constant prices ) 123
6-25 Region Fishery ( at constant prices ) 124
6-26 forestry, animal husbandry and fishery sub output growth ( at constant prices ) 125
6-27 sub- regional agricultural output ( at constant prices ) 126
6-28 sub- regional forestry output value ( at constant prices ) 127
6-29 livestock sub- regional output ( at constant prices ) 128
6-30 sub- regional fisheries output ( at constant prices ) 129
The main agricultural products Part VII ( support ) area and yield
7-1 133 major crop acreage
7-2 major changes in crop acreage and 135 cases
7-3 constitute the main crop acreage (in total sown area of 100 ) 136
7-4 137 regional total sown area
7-5 regional increases and decreases in grain acreage and 138
7-6 regional grain acreage ( by season points ) 139
7-7 regional grain acreage ( by species points ) 140
7-8 142 regional oil acreage
7-9 regional cotton and hemp acreage 143
7-10 144 regional sugar acreage
7-11 regional tobacco and herbs sown 145
7-12 regional vegetables, fruits and forage acreage 146
The main crops sown 7-13 constitute each region (in total sown area of 100) l47
7-14 yields of major crops products l48.
7-15 main crop yields and changes in circumstances 149 products
7-16 150 regional food production
7-17 season crop yield around 151 distinguished
7-18 differentiate around 152 varieties of food crops
Regional oil production l54 7-19
7-20 cotton and hemp production in various regions 155
7-21 156 regional sugar production
7-22 tobacco and vegetable production regions 157
7-23 158 main crop yield per unit area
724 around the distinction season crops yield per unit area 159
7-25 differentiate varieties of food crops throughout the yield per unit area 160
Regional oil crops per unit area yield 162 7-26
Cotton and hemp crop yield per unit area of ​​163 regional 7-27
Sugar crop yield per unit area of ​​164 regional 7-28
7-29 tea, fruit production 165
7-30 tea, fruit size and yield increases and decreases in major species and 166
7-31 regional plantation area and tea production l67
732 Orchard area of ​​170 regions
7-33 172 regional fruit production
7-34 Major Forest Products 176
7-35 forest area and forest products and major changes in circumstances 177
7-36 afforestation area of ​​178 regions
7-37 182 regions Major Forest Products
7-38 major livestock slaughter and livestock production and growth 186
The main regional livestock slaughter 7-39 187
7-40 188 regional meat production
741 189 various regional livestock production
7-42 livestock herds head end and the increase or decrease in the number of 190
7-43 at the end of each region LIVESTOCK 19l
744 aquatic products and breeding area 194
7-45 aquatic products breeding area and changes in circumstances and 195
7-46 inland marine products and aquatic products 196
7-47 regional aquatic products ( by source ) 197
7-48 regional aquatic products ( by category ) 198
7-49 regional marine products production ( by source ) 199
7-50 regional sea products output ( by category ) 200
7-51 regions inland aquatic products ( by source ) 201
7-52 regions inland aquatic products ( by category ) 202
7-53 203 regional aquaculture area
Part VIII of the rural market and price
8-1 countryside main price index ( previous year = 100 ) 207
8-2 regional rural retail price index ( previous year prices = 100) 208
8-3 regional rural consumer price index ( previous year prices = 100 ) 218
8-4 regional agricultural production price index ( previous year prices = 100 ) 232
8-5 of agricultural production price index ( previous year = 100 ) 235
8-6 regional agricultural producer price index ( previous year = 100 ) 236
8-7 varieties of major agricultural regions of Producer Price Index 237
8-8 bazaars major agricultural price index ( previous year = 100 ) 242
Part IX of the import and export of agricultural products
Number of main agricultural export customs 9-1 245
Number of major agricultural customs import 246 9-2
9-3 customs export agricultural products and processed the number 247
9-4 customs export agricultural products and processed amount 248
9-5 Number of customs import agricultural products and processed 249
9-6 amount of customs import agricultural products and processed 250
Number 251 9-7 regional agricultural exports
Number 252 9-8 regional agricultural imports
Part X of the costs and benefits of agricultural products
10-1 national product costs and benefits of planting 255
10-2 national farming costs and benefits of the product 262
Part XI of the income and consumption of rural residents
267 11_1 net income of rural residents
11-2 268 living expenditure of rural residents
11-3 major food consumption of rural residents 269
The basic situation of rural households 271 11-4
11-5 total income of rural residents and net income of 272
Rural residents in various regions of net income 273 11-6
11-7 regional rural residents net income ( By Source ) 274
11-8 living expenditure of rural residents and constitute 275
11-9 Cash Consumption Expenditure and rural residents constitute 276
11-10 regional consumption expenditure of rural residents 277
11_11 regional consumption expenditure of rural residents constitute 279
11-12 living in rural regions 280 Cash Consumption Expenditure
11-13 of rural households at the end of Durable Consumer Goods ( Per 100 ) 282
11-14 of rural households 282 new housing and living conditions
Rural Households 11-15 at the end of each area of Durable Consumer Goods ( Per 100 ) 283
New regional rural residents 11-16 years ( purchase ) of housing 287 cases
Rural residents in various regions of the living conditions of 288 11-17
11-18 major food consumption of rural residents 289
The main food consumption of rural residents in each region 290 11-19
11-20 various regions of rural residents to buy milk , consumption and disposal capacity 293
Rural Households by Region net income constitutes 11-21 ( per capita net income grouping ) 294
Basic Conditions of Rural Households 11-22 four regions 295
11-23 by rural residents' income and consumption per capita net income quintile group of 295
Part XII of the rural culture , education, health and social services
12-1 rural general secondary schools , primary schools and 299 teachers count
The basic situation of farmers Adult Education 300 12-2
12-3 rural township ( town) hospitals , 301 beds and health personnel
12-4 and village health workers number 301
12-5 regional township ( town) hospitals , number of beds and the number of 302 health personnel
126 regional rural village clinics and Personnel 303
127 304 cultural institutions in rural areas
12-8 304 cases of rural pension services
12-9 rural social relief funds for natural disaster relief and fees 304
12-10 305 cultural institutions in rural areas
12-11 regional institutions in 306 rural pension services
12-12 regional rural social relief funds for natural disaster relief and fees 307
Part XIII of the state-owned farms
13-1 BASIC State Farms Agribusiness Systems 31l
13-2 regional state-owned farm land reclamation BASIC 312
13-3 Reclamation System State Farm farming production 315
13-4 Region Reclamation System State Farm crops of major products 316
13-5 Reclamation System State Farm tea, mulberry , fruit , forestry production 317
13-6 Region Reclamation System State Farm tea, fruit, rubber, forestry production 318
13-7 Reclamation System State Farm animal husbandry and fishery production 319
13-8 Region Reclamation System State Farm animal husbandry and fishery production 320
Part XIV of the regional rural economy
First, the categorical regional rural economy
14-1-1 economic situation in rural areas 325 HHH
14-1-2 Yangtze River economic situation in rural areas 326
14-1-3 Loess Plateau 327 rural economy
14-1-4 national economic situation in rural areas 328
14-1-5 poor county rural economy 329
1416 330 hilly areas of rural economy
14-1-7 331 mountain counties of rural economy
14-1-8 plains 332 rural economy
1419 land border economic situation in 333 rural counties
14-1-10 coastal counties of rural economy 334
14-1-11 economic situation in rural areas in southern China 335
Second, the western development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) rural economy
Development 14-2-1 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Agricultural Machinery 336
Development 14-2-2 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) rural electrification and irrigation and water conservancy construction 336
Agricultural fertilizer , plastic sheeting , pesticide use diesel and Development 14-2-3 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) 337
1424 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) 337 natural disasters
Development 14-2-5 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) crop acreage and constituted 338
Development 14-2-6 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the main crop yields 340
14-2-7 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) main crop yield per unit area 34l
Development 14-2-8 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) forestry production 342
Development 14-2-9 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) livestock production 343
Development 14-2-10 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the amount of 344 cattle herds at the end
Development 14-2-11 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Fishery 344
14-2-12 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the average of the population of major agricultural production 345
Development 14-2-13 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the average of the population and livestock , aquatic products 345
Development 14-2-14 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Fishery and constituted 346
14-2-t5 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) and agriculture, forestry , animal husbandry and fisheries constitute intermediate consumption 347
Development 14-2-16 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) and value-added agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery constitutes 347
Basic ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Development 14-2-17 12 western provinces of rural households in 348
Development 14-2-18 income 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) in rural areas and constitute 349
14-2-19 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) and expenditure of rural residents constitute 350
Development 14-2-20 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) of rural residents living expenditure 351
Development 14-2-21 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Cash Consumption Expenditure 351 rural residents
Development 14-2-22 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) major food consumption of rural residents 352
Development 14-2-23 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) 352 rural residents ownership of consumer durables
Development 14-2-24 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) poor county as the basic situation and the total proportion of poor county 353
Western Development proportion 14-2-25 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) pastoral and semi- pastoral counties accounted for all of the basic situation of the pastoral , semi-pastoral counties 355
BASIC Development 14-2-26 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) ethnic nationalities County counties and the proportion of the total 357
14-2-27 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) land border counties basic conditions and the total proportion of 359 land border counties
Development 14-2-28 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the basic situation of the county cotton production and the total proportion of the cotton -producing counties 361
14-2-29 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) the basic situation of the Loess Plateau counties and the proportion of the total county Loess Plateau 363
BASIC Development 14-2-30 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Plain Plain County counties and the proportion of the total 365
14-2-31 Western Development 12 provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) Basic hilly county and the county 's proportion of the total 367 hills
Development 14-2-32 12 western provinces ( autonomous regions and municipalities ) mountain counties basic conditions and the proportion of the total 369 mountain counties
Part XV of the major regional sorting rural economic indicators
15-1 grain output and per capita consumption of 373
15-2 cotton production and per capita consumption of 374
15-3 oil production and per capita consumption of 375
15-4 sugar production and per capita consumption of 376
15-5 meat production and per capita consumption of 377
15-6 aquatic production and per capita consumption of 378
15-7 fruit production and per capita consumption of 379
15-8 milk production and per capita consumption of 380
Rural per capita net income of each region 15-9 381 ranking
Part XVI major foreign agricultural indicators
16-1 of the total population and agricultural population 385
16-2 386 index of agricultural production
16-3 cereal production , harvested area and yields 387
16-4 wheat production , harvested area and yields 388
16-5 rice production , harvested area and yields 389
16-6 corn production , harvested area and yields 390
16-7 soybean production , harvested area and yields 391
16-8 potato crop production , harvested area and yields 392
16-9 rapeseed production , harvested area and yields 393
16-10 peanut production , harvested area and yields 394
16-11 seed production , harvested area and yields 395
16-12 hemp production , harvested area and yields 396
16-13 beet production , harvested area and yields 397
16-14 sugarcane production , harvested area and yields 398
16-15 tobacco production , harvested area and yields 399
1616 tea production , harvested area and yields 400
16-17 fruit production , harvested area and yields 401
16-18 livestock numbers 402
16-19 403 meat production
16-20 404 egg production
16-21 405 egg production
16-22 406 milk production
16-23 407 wool production
16-24 408 fish production
16-25 409 land use
16-26 410 Agricultural Machinery
16-27 411 chemical fertilizer
16-28 412 degree operating agricultural intensification
16-29 Chinese agriculture major proportion of the world's 413 index
16-30 China Agricultural main indicators Ranks 413
How to use the " China Rural Statistical Yearbook," 417
China Rural Statistical Yearbook 2013
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