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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 09/2009
ISBN: 9787503756719
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Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2009 (hereinafter referred to as the Yearbook) is an annual statistical publication, which reflects comprehensively the economic and social development of Guangdong Province. It covers data for 2008 and key statistical data in some historically important years since 1978 at the provincial level and the local levels of city, county and district.
Table of Contents
1-1 administrative divisions (2008)
1-2 Natural Resources (2008)
1-3 regional annual average temperature
1-4 regional annual rainfall
1-5 hours of annual sunshine all regions
1-6 municipal land area and population density
2-1 Number of sector agencies
2-2 overall national economic and social development, and speed indicators
2-2-1 Continued Table 1
2-2-2 Continued Table 2
Continued 2-2-3 Table 3
2-3 structure of economic and social development indicators
2-3-1 Continued Table 1
2-3-2 Continued Table 2
Continued 2-3-3 Table 3
2-4 key indicators of economic and social development of the country's total share of
Continued Table 2-4-1
2-5 corporate and industrial activities, the number of units
2-6 corporate and industrial activities in cities the number of units
2-7 by industry and type of group corporate registration number of units (2008)
2-7-1 Continued Table 1
2-7-2 Continued Table 2
Continued 2-7-3 Table 3
2-8 type of municipal corporation by agency the number of units (2008)
2-9 cities the number of units of legal persons by industry (2008)
2-9-1 Continued Table 1
2-9-2 Continued Table 2
Continued 2-9-3 Table 3
2-10 municipalities by type of legal entity registration of the number of units (2008)
2-10-1 Continued Table 1
2-10-2 Continued Table 2
2-10-3 Continued Table 3
2-11 private economic key indicators
2-12 key enterprise groups of major economic indicators (2008)
2-12-1 Continued
2-13 Key Financial Indicators Enterprise Group
2-14 key enterprise groups wages
2-15 micro-enterprise production and operation of major economic indicators of climate index (2008)
2-16 entrepreneur confidence index (2008)
2-17 business climate index (2008)
2-18 major industry categories entrepreneur confidence index (2008)
Major industry categories 2-19 business climate index (2008)
2-20 business climate index for all industries (2008)
2-20-1 Continued Table 1
2-20-2 Continued Table 2
2-21 business macro-economic boom
2-22 enterprise integrated production and operation status
3-1 GDP
3-2 GDP index (previous year = 100)
3-3 GDP index (1978 = 100)
3-4 GDP industrial structure
3-5, the contribution rate of three industries
3-6 three industries on the regional GDP growth is
3-7 GDP structure of the project
GDP Expenditure Approach 3-8
3-9 gross capital formation and composition
3-10 final consumption and composition
3-11, the demands on the regional contribution to GDP growth rate and boost
3-12 per capita GDP and per capita consumption level of
3-13 per capita GDP and per capita consumption level of Index
3-14 municipal GDP
3-15 municipal GDP index
3-16 municipalities the tertiary industry
3-17 municipal tertiary industry index
3-18 municipal area GDP (2008)
3-18 Continued Table 1
3-19 municipal GDP growth rate (2008)
3-19 Continued Table 1
3-20 municipal GDP industrial structure (2008)
3-21 municipal expenditure approach GDP (2008)
3-22 municipal gross capital formation and composition (2008)
3-23 cities and the composition of final consumption (2008)
3-24 cities per capita GDP
3-25 cities per capita GDP index
3-26 cities per capita GDP index
4-1 key indicators of population
4-2 the end of the total population of the household registration
4-3 The natural population changes
4-4 residence migration changes
4-5 the end of the resident population of cities
4-6 municipalities of the urban population accounted for the proportion of resident population
4-7 the end of domicile population of cities (2008)
4-8 the end of domicile relocation cities population (2008)
5-1 employees in key indicators
5-2 the number of employees at the end
5-3 by the end of the number of employees of various sub-groups
The number of municipal employees at the end 5-4
5-5 cities by the end of the third industry was the number of employees in
5-6 the end of the number of employees in urban units (2008)
5-7 employees in urban units and the municipalities-the-job workers (2008)
5-8 units of various industries in cities and towns at the end of workers is the number of (2008)
Table 5-8 Continued
5-9 the end of the number of women employees in urban units (2008)
5-10 employees in urban units total wages and average wages
5-11 municipal employees in urban units of labor compensation and wages for workers in the Post (2008)
Remuneration of employees in urban units 5-12 (2008)
5-13 employees in urban units-the-job total wage bill (2008)
5-14 employees in urban units the average annual remuneration (2008)
5-15 units-the-job workers in urban areas the average wage (in 2008)
5-16 municipalities registered urban unemployment and the end of the unemployment rate
6-1 All major indicators of social investment in fixed assets
6-2 Total investment in fixed assets
6-3 by source of funds and composition of the sub-investment in fixed assets
6-4 total fixed asset investment (2008)
6-5 municipalities the amount of total fixed asset investment
6-6 municipalities the amount of total fixed asset investment (2008)
6-7 key indicators of state-owned economy's fixed assets investment in
6-8 basic industries and infrastructure facilities are completed and investment
6-9 agriculture, energy, raw materials, transportation, capital construction investment and the proportion of
6-10 agriculture, energy, raw materials, transportation, investment, and the proportion of renovation
6-11 key indicators investment in capital construction
6-12 of the national economy the major indicators of infrastructure sector (2008)
6-12 Continued Table 1
6-12 Continued Table 2
6-13 new major capacity or effectiveness of capital
6-14 capital investment efficiency indicators
6-15 renovation investment efficiency indicators
6-16 key indicators renovation
6-17 Main economic indicators for various industries renovation (2008)
6-17 Continued Table 1
6-17 Continued Table 2
6-18 major renovation added capacity or efficiency
6-19 municipal housing construction area (2008)
6-20 Real Estate Development Key Indicators
6-21 Investment in Real Estate Development (2008)
6-22 Real Estate Development area and the value of housing construction (2008)
6-23 municipal real estate development investments (2008)
6-24 municipal real estate development, housing construction area and the value of (2008)
6-25 commodity housing sales (2008)
6-26 cities housing sales of goods (2008)
7-1 Total energy production and composition
7-2 total energy consumption and composition
7-3 integrated energy balance
7-4 total energy consumption by industry and the coal, electricity consumption (2008)
Municipalities the power consumption of 7-5
Municipalities unit of GDP energy consumption 7-6
7-7 municipalities unit GDP power consumption
7-8 municipal energy consumption per unit of industrial added value
7-9 The average daily consumption of various energy sources
Average life of 7-10 years, with the energy
7-11 years of sub-varieties of domestic energy consumption
7-12 of energy conversion efficiency of processing
7-13 of energy production elasticity
7-14 of energy consumption elasticity coefficient
8-1 general budget revenues and expenditures and local revenue growth rate
8-2 local finance the basic situation of the general budget revenue and expenditure
8-3 cities per capita local fiscal general budget revenue
8-4 finance general budget revenues and expenditures of local municipalities
Continued Table 8-4-1
8-5 in the foreign financial institutions and foreign currency deposit and lending balances
8-6 Chinese-funded financial institutions, the balance of RMB deposits and loans
8-7 municipalities the basic situation of Chinese-funded financial institutions
Continued Table 8-7-1
8-8 cities in the foreign financial institutions and foreign currency deposits and loans
Continued Table 8-8-1
8-9 municipal financial institution deposits
Continued Table 8-9-1
8-10 Chinese-funded financial institutions in cash the difference between running withdrawn from circulation
8-11 Property Insurance Key Indicators
8-12 Person Insurance Key Indicators
9-1 the various price indices
9-2 various price index of fixed base
9-3 consumer price index (2008)
Table 9-3 Continued
9-4 retail price index (2008)
Table 9-4 Continued
9-5 consumer price index
Table 9-5 Continued
9-6 retail price index
Table 9-6 Continued
9-7 fixed base consumer price index (2008)
Table 9-7 Continued
9-8 cities consumer price index (2008)
Table 9-8 Continued
9-9 municipal services, ad hoc price index (2008)
9-10 municipal fixed base consumer price index (2008)
9-11 ex-factory price index of industrial
9-12 ex-factory price index of industrial cities
9-13 ex-factory price index of industrial sub-sectors
9-14 of raw materials, fuel, power, price indices
9-15 Price Indices for investment in fixed assets
9-16 price index of agricultural means of production
9-17 agricultural products price index
The main indicators of people's living standards 10-1
The basic situation of urban households 10-2
10-3 of urban residents per capita disposable income and consumption expenditure
10-4 municipalities of urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending
10-5 end of the living conditions of urban households
10-6 divided by income level of urban residents per capita annual cash income (2008)
10-7 divided by income level of urban residents per capita annual cash income of household composition (2008)
10-8 urban residents per capita annual consumption expenditure (2008)
10-8 Continued
10-9 urban residents per capita annual consumption expenditure composition (2008)
10-9 Continued
10-10 by income class of urban households in sub-average number of major food items purchased during the year (2008)
10-11 points by income class for every hundred urban households the number of non-food products purchased during the year (2008)
10-12 by income class hours per 100 urban households by the end of the possession of durable consumer goods (2008)
10-13 the basic situation of rural households
10-14 of rural residents per capita net income and living expenses
10-15 rural households after housing
10-16 The average household size of rural households to purchase agricultural means of production
10-17 of rural per capita household income and net income and composition
10-18 rural households on average net income per household management and composition
10-19 rural households per capita total expenditure and the composition
10-20 living in rural household consumption expenditure per capita
10-21 of rural per capita cash income of households
10-22 of rural per capita cash expenditure of households
10-23 rural households per capita consumption of major food and clothing purchases
10-24 per 100 rural households for durable goods, the end of the main holdings
10-25 hours per capita net income level of the basic conditions of rural households (2008)
10-26 hours per capita net income level of rural household consumption expenditure per capita (2008)
10-27 well-off society in rural areas to monitor the situation in Guangdong
Agriculture key indicators 11-1
The rural grass-roots organization of 11-2
11-3 agricultural mechanized farming, irrigation, fertilizer and pesticide application rate and the consumption of electricity in rural areas
The rural grass-roots organization of municipalities 11-4 (2008)
11-5 agricultural natural disaster situations
11-6 major proportion of the rural economy and efficiency indicators of the relationship between
11-7 per capita amount of agricultural and sideline products
11-7-1 Continued
11-8 of the rural labor force
11-9 quality of the labor structure of three industries in rural areas
11-10 The distribution of place of employment of rural labor
Transfer of rural labor force of 11-11
11-12 of the rural labor force migrant workers
11-13 rural households main agricultural production
11-14 households in rural areas the number of major agricultural products for sale
11-15 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery
11-16 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery index
11-17 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery index
Total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 11-18 cities (2008)
Total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 11-19 cities index (2008)
11-20 crop sown area
11-20-1 Continued
11-21 crop production
11-22 main crop acreage, yield and total production
11-23 municipalities main crop acreage, yield and production (2008)
11-23-1 Continued Table 1
11-23-2 Continued Table 2
11-23-3 Continued Table 3
11-24 afforestation area and output of major forest products
11-25 aquaculture area and output of aquatic products
11-26 livestock and meat production
11-27 municipalities afforestation area, aquatic products, livestock and pork production (2008)
11-28 tea, mulberry, fruit size and yield
11-29 municipalities of fruit size and yield (2008)
11-29-1 Continued
11-30 Main agricultural output compared with the highest year (2008)
11-31 basic conditions of township and village enterprises (2008)
12-1 Main Indicators of industrial
12-2 the number of units of industrial enterprises above designated size and value of
12-3 added value of industrial enterprises above designated size and index
12-4 total industrial output value and index
12-5 above-scale industrial output value and index
Large-scale industrial product output 12-6
12-6 Continued
12-7 municipalities the number of units of industrial enterprises above designated size, and industrial output value
12-7 Continued
12-8 above-scale industrial added value cities and indices
12-8 Continued
12-9 municipalities the number of units of industrial enterprises above designated size (2008)
12-9 Continued
12-10 municipalities, large-scale industrial output value (2008)
12-10 Continued
12-11 cities above designated size industrial added value (2008)
12-11 Continued
12-12 large-scale industrial enterprises main economic indicators
12-13 above-scale state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises main economic indicators
12-14 large-scale industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008)
12-15 above-scale state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008)
12-16 of collective industrial enterprises above designated size main economic indicators (2008)
12-17 joint-stock cooperative enterprises above designated size industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008)
12-18 main above-scale industrial enterprises, joint-stock economic indicators (2008)
12-19 above-scale "three-capital" of industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008)
12-20 medium-sized industrial enterprises above designated size main economic indicators (2008)
Of private industrial enterprises above designated size 12-21 main economic indicators (2008)
12-22 scale sub-sectors and the growth rate of industrial value added
12-23 nine industries above designated size and growth rate of industrial output value
12-24 nine industries above designated size and growth rate of industrial value added
Manufacturing industrial enterprises above designated size 12-25 Main Economic Indicators
12-26 above-scale high-tech manufacturing industries of major economic indicators
12-26 Continued
12-27 large-scale industrial enterprises are mainly economic indicators (2008)
12-28 municipal industrial enterprises above designated size main economic indicators (2008)
12-29 cities to private industrial enterprises main economic indicators (2008)
12-30 Main economic indicators of industrial enterprises in cities (2008)
12-30 Continued
12-31 municipal-scale state-owned and-controlled industrial enterprises above the main economic indicators (2008)
12-32 cities by economic type of industrial enterprise assets (2008)
12-33 medium-sized cities and industrial enterprises above designated size value of assets (2008)
12-34 the province's total industrial output value of the 50 largest industrial enterprises (2008)
12-35 main business income of the province's 50 largest industrial enterprises (2008)
12-36 the province's net fixed assets of 50 largest industrial enterprises (2008)
13-1 production in construction enterprises
The main indicators of construction enterprises 13-2
13-3 cities the number of construction enterprises
13-4 total output value of construction enterprises cities
13-5 municipalities added value of construction enterprises
13-6 municipal construction enterprises total profits and taxes
13-7 total profits of construction enterprises cities
13-8 cities housing construction area of construction enterprises
13-9 municipal employees in construction enterprises end
13-10 cities construction labor productivity
14-1 Transport, Posts and Telecommunications Key Indicators
14-2 society as a whole passenger traffic
14-3 Passenger cities
14-4 municipalities volume of passenger transportation
14-5 the whole society cargo volume
14-6 municipalities Cargo
14-7 municipalities cargo turnover
14-8 means of transport and line ownership
14-9 municipalities civilian car ownership (2008)
14-9-1 Continued
14-10 cities in private car ownership (2008)
Cities and the basic situation of Highway 14-11 (2008)
14-12 the number of highways and bridges
14-13 oil (gas) pipe length and traffic
14-14 Civil Aviation Terminal Throughput
14-15 municipalities port cargo throughput
The throughput of major ports along the coast 14-16
14-17 port number of berths
14-18 municipal telecommunications business conditions (2008)
14-19 municipal posts and telecommunications business volume
The basic situation of post and telecommunications industry, 14-20
15-1 Key indicators of domestic trade
15-2 by industry and urban and rural sub-total retail sales of social consumer goods
15-3 municipalities total retail sales of social consumer goods (2008)
15-4 municipalities total retail sales of social consumer goods
15-5 wholesale and retail commodity sales
15-6 the amount of wholesale and retail trade and wholesale goods
15-7 wholesale and retail trade Retail sales have
15-8 wholesale and retail enterprises in cities total sales of goods
16-1 external economic key indicators
16-2 yuan annual average exchange rates against major currencies
Total imports and exports 16-3
16-4 according to trade patterns and economic type of import and export volume
16-4 Continued
16-5 by product type of the import and export volume
16-6 Guangdong, with the major countries (regions) import and export volume
16-7 Import and Export Market Structure
16-7 Continued
The amount of import and export commodity classification 16-8
16-8 Continued Table 1
16-8 Continued Table 2
16-9 The main commodities of export volume and value of
16-9 Continued
16-10 quantity and value of imports of major commodities
16-10 Continued
16-11 municipalities of total exports
16-12 municipalities total imports
16-13 cities total exports of foreign invested enterprises
16-14 cities total imports of foreign-invested enterprises
16-15 foreign-invested enterprises import and export of key indicators
16-16 foreign-invested enterprises export volume and value of main commodities
16-16 Continued
16-17 foreign-invested enterprises in the number and value of imports of major commodities
16-17 Continued
16-18 private sector import and export of key indicators
16-18 Continued
16-19 use of foreign capital
16-20 minutes use of foreign capital (2008)
16-21 sub-sector foreign direct investment (2008)
16-22 sub-national (regional) foreign direct investment
16-22 Continued Table 1
16-22 Continued Table 2
16-23 Foreign Direct Investment cities
Foreign economic and technological cooperation 16-24
16-25 Sub-sector industrial and commercial enterprises with foreign investment registration situation (late 2008)
16-26 cities to foreign-invested enterprises registered in industrial and commercial situation (late 2008)
16-27 the use of a class of ports open (late 2008)
Tourism key indicators 17-1
17-2 旅遊部門基本情況
17-3 City received the number of foreign tourists
17-4 municipalities Tourist Hotel (hotel) accommodation (2008)
17-5 municipalities received the number of overnight tourists
17-6 municipalities the number of outbound travel agency organizing groups (2008)
17-7 municipalities in tourism revenue
Foreign exchange earnings from international tourism 17-8
17-9 municipalities 18-1 foreign exchange earnings from international tourism education, science and technology, culture and key indicators
18-2 types of schools at all levels, number of students in school
18-3 types of schools at all levels of
18-3 Continued
18-4 post-graduate education in
18-5 all levels and types of adult education number of students in school
18-6 institutions of higher learning situation (2008)
18-7 secondary school situation (2008)
18-8 municipalities of general secondary schools (2008)
Table 18-8 Continued
18-9 municipalities basic situation of secondary vocational education (2008)
18-10 primary schools of cities (2008)
18-11 cities and school-age children enrollment
18-12 basic conditions of scientific and technological activities
18-13 state-owned enterprises and institutions the number of professional and technical personnel at the end
18-14 state-owned enterprises and institutions-the-job workers per 10000 number of professional and technical personnel
18-15 high-level talents of
18-16 the number of scientific and technological achievements items
18-17 Government departments above the county level is the basic situation of research and development institutions
18-18 at the county level government departments, research and development institutions are the basic situation of
18-19 and above the county level government departments, municipalities are the basic situation of research and development institutions (2008)
18-20 institutions of higher education research and development personnel and funding
18-21 three kinds of patent applications and approval of the amount received the amount of
18-22 different types of technical contract conditions
18-23 medium-sized industrial enterprises, the basic situation of scientific and technological activities
18-24 large-scale industrial enterprises, the basic situation of scientific and technological activities
18-25 medium-sized industrial enterprises in cities and funding for science and technology activities
18-25 Continued
18-26 medium-sized industrial enterprises in cities the output of new products
18-26 Continued
18-27 CAST institutions and activities
18-28 culture and the arts, heritage utilities Number
18-29 performing arts group in the cultural sector perform basic situation (2008)
18-30 culture, heritage institutions and the number of personnel (2008)
18-31 public libraries, cultural institutions and the mass number of personnel (2008)
18-32 municipalities culture, heritage utility number (2008)
18-33 municipalities culture, heritage utilities number of personnel (2008)
18-34 books, magazines, newspapers, publishing the number of
18-35 of Book Publishing (2008)
18-36 of magazine publishing (2008)
18-37 of newspaper publishing (2008)
18-38 radio and television career development of
18-39 radio stations to publicize the situation (in 2008)
18-40 TV stations to publicize the situation (in 2008)
18-41 municipal radio and television a few utilities (2008)
19-1 sports, health, social welfare, environmental protection and other key indicators
19-2 of sports
19-3 health agencies, the number of beds and personnel
19-4 health institutions, beds and the number of personnel (2008)
19-5 municipal health institutions, beds and the number of personnel (2008)
19-6 all kinds of health institutions, the number of beds and personnel
19-7 municipal social basic pension, unemployment insurance fund, the amount and collection rate of collection (2008)
19-8 Number of municipal social insurance policy holders (2008)
19-9 special care, social relief and welfare of
19-10 Marriage registration
The basic situation of Environmental Protection 19-11
19-11 Continued Table 1
19-11 Continued Table 2
19-12 municipalities "three wastes" discharge and governance (2008)
19-12 Continued
19-13 lawyers, notaries, and grassroots basic situation of the judiciary and legal education
19-14 cases of traffic accidents (2008)
19-15 the occurrence of fire accidents (2008)
19-16 municipalities billion gross domestic product production safety accidents and mortality
20-1 region's main economic indicators
20-1-1 Continued
20-2 region's main economic indicators, the proportion of total provincial
20-2-1 Continued
20-3 Pearl River Delta, the main economic indicators
20-3-1 Continued
20-3-2 Continued
20-3-3 Continued
20-3-4 Continued
20-3-5 Continued
20-4 Pearl River Delta, the main indicators of industrial enterprises (2008)
20-4-1 Continued
20-5, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and major economic indicators (2008)
20-6 East and West wings of major economic indicators (2008)
20-7, East Wing, Main Economic Indicators
20-8, West Wing, Main Economic Indicators
20-9 mountainous counties (cities, districts) of major economic indicators
20-10 Mountain five city's main economic indicators
20-11 ethnic minority counties, the main economic indicators (2008)
21-1 city's main economic indicators
21-2 basic conditions of Town (2008)
21-2 Continued Table 1
21-2 Continued Table 2
21-2 Continued Table 3
21-2 Continued Table 4
21-2 Continued 522-1 counties (cities) and districts domicile population (2008)
22-1-1 Continued
22-2 counties (cities) District of GDP (2008)
22-2-1 Continued
22-3 counties (cities) and districts GDP growth rate (2008)
22-3-1 Continued
22-4 counties (cities) and districts and the per capita GDP growth rate
22-4-1 Continued
22-5 counties (cities) and districts to industrial and agricultural output value
22-5-1 Continued
22-6 counties (cities) and districts food production
22-6-1 Continued
22-7 counties (cities) and districts sugarcane and peanut production
22-7-1 Continued
22-8 counties (cities) and districts at the end live pig herds, hog slaughter and pork production in the first few
22-8-1 Continued
22-9 counties (cities) and districts investment in fixed assets (2008)
22-9-1 Continued
22-10 counties (cities) and districts total retail sales of social consumer goods
22-10-1 Continued
22-11 counties (cities) and districts to the end of the number of workers in the Post (2008)
22-11-1 Continued
22-12 counties (cities) and districts at the end-the-job total wages and average wages (2008)
22-12-1 Continued
22-13 counties (cities) and districts of revenue and expenditure and the balance of savings deposits of urban and rural residents
22-13-1 Continued
Appendix A part of the provinces (municipalities) Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix A-1 Continued Table 1
Appendix A-2 Continued Table 2
Appendix A-3 Continued Table 3
Appendix A-4 Continued Table 4
Appendix A-5 Continued Table 5
Appendix A-6 Continued Table 6
Appendix A-7 Continued Table 7
Appendix A-8 Continued Table 8
Appendix A-9 Continued Table 9
Appendix A-10 Continued Table 10
Appendix A-11 Continued Table 11
Appendix B-1 key socio-economic indicators of China Hong Kong SAR
Appendix B-2 China and Macao Special Administrative Region of the major socio-economic indicators
Appendix C key socio-economic indicators of China Taiwan Province,
Appendix D-1 in some countries and regions, key economic indicators (2007)
Appendix D-1 Continued
Appendix D-2 in some countries and regions, the gross domestic product
Appendix D-3 in some countries and regions, the gross domestic product growth rate of
Appendix D-4 in some countries and regions, per capita gross national income
Appendix D-5 in some countries and regions, per capita gross domestic product growth rate of
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