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Hainan Statistical Yearbook 2009

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 12/2009
ISBN: 9787503756733
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"Hainan Statistical Yearbook 2009" is a fully reflect the economic and social development in Hainan Province of the information on the book. This book brings together the province and other places, state, city and county economic and social development of all aspects of the statistical information, as well as key statistics across the province over the years.
Table of Contents
2008 in Hainan Province Summary of the economic and social development of a
        
First comprehensive
1-1 Administrative divisions 17
1-2 Natural Resources 18
1-3 land status 18
14 major rivers in 19
1-5 of 19 major mountain ranges
About 20 large reservoirs 1-6
1-7 the main mineral resources 20
1-8 corporate and industrial activities, the number of units the number of units 21
1-9 the number of units of various cities and counties in corporate and industrial activities, the number of units 24
1-10 key indicators of economic and social development, 25
1-11 a major proportion of the relationship between economic development, 29
 
Second economic accounting
2-1 years of GDP 33
2-2 GDP constitutes 34
2-3 - Gross Domestic Product Index 35
2-4 Gross Domestic Product 37 major sectors
2-5 constitute the 38 major sectors of GDP
2__6 index of 39 major sectors in GDP
2-7 Gross Domestic Product of all 41 cities and counties in
2-8 Gross Domestic Product of all cities and counties constitute 42
2-9 The GDP index of 43 cities and counties
    
Main Statistical Indicators 44
    
Title III of population and employment
3-1 years the population of the province and composition 51
3-2 Preparation of the total population of 52 cities and counties
3-3 The ethnic population of 53 cities and counties
Sample survey of population changes 3-4 key indicators 54
3-5 the end of the calendar year the total number of employees 55
3-6 points according to three industry practitioners and composition 56
3-7 of 57 cities and counties in the number of employees at the end
3-8 the end of the number of employees by industry 58
3-9 employees in urban units of various cities and counties in the implementation of the accounting system by grouping 60
3-10 cities and counties by industry employees in urban units year-end number of 61
3-11 sub-sectors of various cities and counties the end of the number of women employees in urban units 63
3-12 units in various cities and counties by industry to leave the unit retains the end of the number of workers labor relations 65
3-13 units changes 67 employees
3-14 years registered economic units in urban areas the number of 69 employees at the end
3-15 sub-sector registered economic units in urban areas the number of employees at the end (all) 70
3-16 sub-sectors of urban economic units registered in the number of workers is the end of (all) 71
3-17 registered economic units of various cities and counties cities and towns the end of the number of workers in the Post 72
3-18 in urban units by industry workers at the end of all cities and counties in the number of posts (all) 73
3-19 number of employees in urban units by industry 75
3-20 number of workers of state-owned units in 78 sub-sectors
3-2 - various cities and counties in urban economic units registered in the number of workers is the end of 81
3-22 sub-industries and urban cities and counties in the state-owned economic units in the end of the number of employees in the Post 83
3-23 sub-industries and cities and counties in urban collective economic units in the number of workers is the end of 85
3-24 sub-industries and other economic units in urban cities and counties in the number of workers is the end of 87
3-25 cities and counties by industry employees in urban units annual remuneration (all) 89
3-26 sub-sectors of urban labor remuneration of employees registered economic units, 91
3-27 registered economic units of various cities and counties in urban labor remuneration of employees 92
3-28 units of the various cities and counties the average remuneration of employees grouped according to the accounting system (all) 93
3-29 years total gross wages and average wages of 94
3-30 years of economic units registered urban workers the average wage and index 95
3-31 units of various cities and counties in the average wage of workers is grouped according to the accounting system (all) 96
3-32 cities and counties-the-job total wages and average wages of 97
3-33 sub-sectors of various cities and counties-the-job workers in urban units: the total amount of (all) 98
3-34 sub-sectors of urban units in various cities and counties in average wages in the post (all) 100
3-35 sub-sectors of urban registered economic units-the-job total wages and average wages of 102
3-36 sub-sector units-the-job wages and average wages of 103 total
3-37 sub-sector state-owned units-the-job total wages and average wages of 104
3-38 sub-sectors in urban collective units-the-job total wages and average wages of 105
3-39 sub-units of other types of industries-the-job wages and average wages of 106 total
3-40 of industrial, construction enterprises in the post the number of workers and payroll of 107
    
Main Statistical Indicators 109
    
Part IV of fixed assets and real estate development investment
4-1 years investment in fixed assets 115
4-2 grouped according to various points in the amount of total fixed asset investment (not including private investment in rural areas) 116
Registration 4-3 by type of investment in fixed assets (not including private investment in rural areas) 117
4-4 years the whole society new fixed assets 118
4-5 years of state-owned unit of the main sources of financing investment in fixed assets constitute a 119
4-6 points in national industry, urban fixed-asset investment 120
4-7 of cities and counties in social fixed assets investment 123
4-8 each city and county sources of funding and new investment in fixed assets of fixed assets 125
4-9 The three industries according to cities and counties in sub-urban fixed-asset investment 127
4-10 cities and counties by industry sub-urban fixed-asset investment 128
4-11 points in all cities and counties by component cities and towns invested 131
4-12 of 132 cities and counties towns source of investment funds
4-13 The investment in the construction and commissioning of urban cities and counties in the number of 133 items
4-14 real estate investment and new fixed assets, 134
4-15 according to type of registration of real estate development and investment, and new fixed assets 135
4-16 Real Estate Development area and the cost of housing construction 136
4-17 cost 138 Real Estate Development
4-18 according to type of membership and registration of real estate development of 139 cost-effectiveness
4-9 points according to the various cities and counties constitute the amount of investment in real estate development 140
4-20 of cities and counties in the real estate development and investment funding sources 141
4-21 of cities and counties in rural non-agricultural investment 142
4-22 of 144 cities and counties in rural individual investment in fixed assets
4-23 of cities and counties in the whole area of social construction of 145 housing construction
4-24 of cities and counties in society as a whole completed housing construction area 147
    
Main Statistical Indicators 149
    
Fifth chapter of energy and environment
5-1 integrated energy balance 157
5-2 Coal Balance Sheet 158
5-3 Petroleum Balance Sheet 59
5-4 Electricity Balance Sheet 160
5-5 years the total energy production and composition 161
5-6 years total energy consumption and composition 161
5-7 years of energy production elasticity 162
5-8 years of energy consumption elasticity coefficient 162
5-9 years of energy conversion efficiency of processing 163
5-10 average daily energy consumption 163
5-11 of living energy consumption 164
5-12 years of life per capita energy consumption 164
5-13 of energy balance (physical quantity) 165
5-14 of energy balance (standard volume) 167
Income and expenditure 170 Table 5-15 Power
5-16 Electricity classification society as a whole 171
5-17 of 175 industrial enterprises in pollution control
5-18 of industrial waste discharge and treatment situation of 176
    
Main Statistical Indicators 177
    
Title VI of the Financial
6-1 years of local fiscal revenue and expenditure 183
6-2 Tax tax revenue 184
6-3 local finance for education and health, science 185 expenditures
6-4 local budgets for social security and employment, spending 186
6-5 final accounts of revenue and expenditure balance sheet 187
6-6 extra-budgetary revenue and expenditure accounts for 189
6-7 of 190 cities and counties where the general budget revenues and expenditures
6-8 years all the major cities and counties the local financial revenue and expenditure 191
6-9 all cities and counties as the budget fiscal balance sheet 192
6 - The city and county Finance Fund budget, balance sheet 193
    
Main Statistical Indicators 194
    
Title VII Price Index
7-1 a variety of general price index of the province's 199
7-2 retail price index 201
7-3 sub-urban and rural retail price index 202
7-4 The consumer price index 203
7-5 of urban and rural consumer price index 204
7-6 of agricultural means of production price index 207
7-7 major consumer retail price index 208
    
Main Statistical Indicators 210
    
Eighth chapter living
8-1 people's material and cultural living conditions of 213
8-2 per capita income of urban and rural households and index 214
8-3 of urban and rural household savings deposits 214
8-4 the basic situation of 215 urban households
8-5 The annual per capita income of urban households the sources and composition 216
8-6 urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending 219
8-7 urban residents per capita consumption expenditure and composition 220
8-8 urban residents per capita annual purchase of major consumer goods, 223
8-9 every hundred urban households the major consumer durable goods purchased in volume and has a volume of 225
8-10 by income class of urban households in sub-durable consumer goods owned per 100 226
8-11 the basic situation of rural households 227
8-12 of cities and counties of rural per capita net income of 228 households
8-13 per capita income of rural households and composition 229
8-14 per capita total expenditure of rural households and composition 230
8-15 per capita cash income of rural households and composition 231
8-16 per capita cash expenditure of rural households and composition 232
8-17 of rural households per capita of major consumer goods production, sale and consumption of 233
8-18 of 234 houses for rural families
8-19 every hundred rural households of consumer durables, production and ownership of fixed assets 235
    
Main Statistical Indicators 236
    
Title IX of agriculture and rural economy
9-1 of 241 grassroots organizations in rural areas
9-2 The situation in 242 cities and counties of rural grass-roots organizations
9-3 of 243 cities and counties in rural labor force
9-4 employees in 244 rural households
9-5 employees in 245 cities and counties of rural households
9-6 Changes in cultivated land area 246
9-7 of cities and counties in land area of 246
9-8 main agricultural machinery has a volume of 247
9-9 of 248 agricultural modernization
9-10 of 249 cities and counties in the total power of agricultural machinery
9-11 of 250 cities and counties in the amount of agricultural machinery has
9-12 of 251 of all cities and counties in the modernization of agriculture
9-13 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery and index 252
9-14 total output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery and composition 253
9-15 municipalities County Farmers forestry, animal husbandry output value of 254 fishing
9-16 of 255 cities and counties in per capita output of major agricultural products
9-17 of 256 cities and counties crop acreage
9-18 years crop plantings, specific gravity, and multiple cropping index 257
9-19 of all cities and counties in the major agricultural crop acreage and yield 258
9-20 vegetables production 260
9-21 cities and counties fruits, tea acreage and yield 261
9-22 of tropical crops at the end of all cities and counties in an area of 265
9-23 of all cities and counties in the major tropical crop area and yield of 266
9-24 South area and output of 270 drugs
9-25 years afforestation area of 271
9-26 The afforestation area of 271 cities and counties
9-27 cities and counties of livestock, poultry breeding the first few 272
9-28 of livestock production in 274 cities and counties
9-29 years fisheries production 275
9-30 The aquaculture area of 275 cities and counties
9_32 each calendar year, 276 cities and counties in aquatic production
9-32 key indicators 279 township and village enterprises
9-33 of 280 cities and counties in key indicators of township enterprises
9-34 out of employees in rural areas 281
    
Main Statistical Indicators 282
    
10th chapter of industrial
10-1 total number of units of industrial enterprises 287
10-2 industrial enterprises above designated size of various cities and counties the number of units 288
10-3 total industrial output value of 289
10-4 total industrial output value constituted 290
10-5 index of total industrial output value of 291
10-6 grouped according to a variety of large-scale industrial production and marketing of 292
10-7 pm 300 cities and counties above-scale industrial added value
10-18 large-scale industrial output value of all 301 cities and counties
10-9 all cities and counties in large-scale industrial sales output value of 302
10-10 large-scale industrial production and marketing of various cities and counties in the rate of 304
10-11 of Major Industrial Products 305
    
Main Statistical Indicators 308
    
First construction
11-1 construction enterprises of major economic indicators 315
11-2 The city and county of registration by type of construction enterprises in the number of units 316
11-3 all cities and counties by type of registration of construction enterprises employed 317
11-4 all cities and counties according to total output value of construction enterprises constitute the sub-318
1-5 of 318 cities and counties in the construction industry value added enterprises
Financial position of 319 construction enterprises 11-6
11-7 all cities and counties in the main financial indicators of construction enterprises 320
11-8 construction enterprises of various cities and counties in housing construction area of 321
11-9 construction enterprises of various cities and counties of technology and equipment 324
    
Main Statistical Indicators 325
    
12th post and telecommunications industry, and transportation articles
12-1 transport line length 329
12-2 Highway Route 330 miles
12-3 of civil society as a whole car ownership 331
12-4 social goods traffic and turnover of 332
12-25 passenger transport volume and turnover of social 333
12-6 The city and county highways, waterways transport volume of 334
12-7 The average transport distance of passenger transport 335
12-8 Carriage of Goods by the average transport distance 335
12-9, as the frame of civil aviation routes and the number of 336
12-10 of civil air traffic and general time of the 337
12-11 port cargo throughput of 338
12-12 main port cargo, passenger throughput of 339
12-13 Port of basic situation of 340 berths
12-14 postal communication network 341
12-15 cities and counties by the post office and postal vehicles, 342
12-16 postal business volume and the total number of 343 telephone
12-17 postal volume of 344 major business
12-18 Telecom's main business volume 345
12-19 postal and telecommunications networks and major equipment 346
12-20 postal and telecommunications quality and service standards 347
    
Main Statistical Indicators saw release 348
    
13th chapter wholesale and retail trade and accommodation and catering industry
13-1 calendar year total retail sales of social consumer goods 353
13-2 The total retail sales of consumer goods in 355 cities and counties
    
Main Statistical Indicators 356
14th chapter of tourism
14-1 tourist hotel facilities and travel agencies of 357
14-2 the number of entry and exit ports 359
14-3 tourist arrivals and tourism revenues 360
14-4 tourist hotel reception by major country, a foreigner of 360
14-5 tourist hotel facilities in 362 cities and counties
14-6 score for all cities and counties by the number of 363 star-rated hotels
14-7 all cities and counties by the size of the number of 364 sub-star hotel
14-8 all cities and counties in the number of tourist hotels received 365 visitors
14-9 all cities and counties in the number of 366 tourist scenic spots received
14-10 of 367 cities and counties in the basic situation of tourist attractions
    
Main Statistical Indicators 368
15th chapter of foreign economic relations and trade
15-1 basic conditions of foreign trade and economic 371
15-2 foreign trade import and export volume 372
15-3 Foreign Trade and Exports 372
15-4 Foreign Trade and the amount of 373 export categories
15-5 Foreign Trade Import and Export 374
15-6 Foreign Trade and the amount of 376 import and export of primary commodities
15-7 over the years and investment in the amount of contracted foreign investment 375
15-8 external borrowing of 376
15-9 overseas project contracting and labor service cooperation 380
    
Main Statistical Indicators 381
16th chapter finance and insurance
16-1 banking system institutions, number of personnel 385
1-6-2 insurance system agencies, number of personnel 386
16-3 rural credit institutions, number of personnel 387
16-4 society as a whole the balance of deposits and loans of financial institutions 387
Project 16-5 pose for deposits and loans of financial institutions 388
16-6 all cities and counties the balance of deposits and loans of financial institutions 389
16-7 the balance of deposits and loans of rural credit cooperatives, 390
16-8 financial institutions, cash receipts and payments 391
16-9 all cities and counties the balance of savings deposits of urban and rural residents in 392
16-0 financial institutions, foreign exchange deposits and loans 393
16-11 the province's total insurance business 394
    
Main Statistical Indicators gill Release 395
17th chapter enterprise groups, and the economy
17-1 Enterprise Group Major Economic Indicators 399
17-2 entrepreneur confidence index 400
17-3 business climate index 401
    
Main Statistical Indicators 402
    
18th chapter of education, culture, science and technology
18-1 types of schools and staff at all levels, the number of 405
18-2 types of schools at all levels, the number of students 406
18-3 regular institutions of higher learning the number of 407 students and faculty and staff
Division 18-4 regular number of students in 408 colleges and universities
18-5 regular specialized secondary schools, technical schools the number of 409 students and faculty
18-6 regular specialized secondary schools, vocational secondary schools the number of students in Division 410
18-7 technical schools, the number of 411 students and faculty
18-8 Number of general secondary students and 412 faculty and staff
18-9 by urban and rural sub-average number of 413 secondary school students and faculty
18-10 various cities and counties in the number of general secondary school students and 414 faculty
18-11 the number of primary school students and 414 faculty and staff
18-12 minutes by urban and rural areas the number of 417 primary school students and faculty
18213 ordinary primary school-age population of 418 sub -
18-14 various cities and counties in the number of ordinary primary school students and 419 faculty
An average of 18-15 per million population and large number of students in schools, primary and secondary students constitute 421
18-16 types of adult education schools, the number of 422 students and faculty
18-17 the number of vocational high school students and 423 faculty
18-18 kindergarten children in the garden and the number of 424 staff
18-19 Kindergarten Basic Information Form 425
18-20 of culture, arts, radio and television the basic situation of 426
18-21 books, newspapers, magazines, printing and publication 427
18-22 Circulation 428 books
18-23 books in public libraries 428
18-24 enterprises and institutions the number of professional and technical personnel 429
18-25 number of personnel 430 scientific and technological activities
18-26 of 431 funding for science and technology activities
18-27 of 432 results of scientific and technological activities
18-28 of 433 scientific and technological activities sector
    
Main Statistical Indicators 435
19th chapter of Health and Sports
19-1 calendar year, health institutions, beds and the number of personnel 441
19-2 over the years the number of 442 medical institutions
19-3 over the years the number of medical institutions with 444 beds
19-4 and health institutions, beds, number of personnel 445
19-5 The city and county health agencies, beds, number of personnel 446
19-6 organizing sports activities of 448 sub-counties
    
Main Statistical Indicators 449
20th chapter of social welfare and security
20-1 special care staff of 453 items
20-2 Revolutionary pension of 455 disabled persons to enjoy
20-3 marriage registration 456
20-4 foreign and overseas Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan compatriots, marital status 457
20-5 from the body, retirement, severance and insurance benefits cost of the number of personnel 457
20-6 all cities and counties in vitro retirement, retirees and the number and cost of insurance benefits 458
20-7 Social Security participants of 459
20-8 the basic situation of 460 old-age insurance
    
Main Statistical Indicators 461
18-9 by urban and rural sub-average number of 413 secondary school students and faculty
18-10 various cities and counties in the number of general secondary school students and 414 faculty
18-11 the number of primary school students and 415 faculty and staff
18-12 minutes by urban and rural areas the number of 417 primary school students and faculty
18-13 ordinary primary school-age population of 418 sub -
18-14 various cities and counties in the number of ordinary primary school students and 419 faculty
An average of 18-15 per million population and large number of students in schools, primary and secondary students constitute 421
18-16 types of adult education schools, the number of 422 students and faculty
18-17 the number of vocational high school students and 423 faculty
18-18 kindergarten children in the garden and the number of 424 staff
18-19 Kindergarten Basic Information Form 425
18-20 of culture, arts, radio and television the basic situation of 426
18-21 books, newspapers, magazines, printing and publication 427
18-22 Circulation 428 books
18-23 books in public libraries 428
18-24 enterprises and institutions the number of professional and technical personnel 429
18-25 number of personnel 430 scientific and technological activities
18-26 of 431 funding for science and technology activities
18-27 of 432 results of scientific and technological activities
18-28 of 433 scientific and technological activities sector
    
Main Statistical Indicators 435
19th chapter of Health and Sports
19-1 calendar year, health institutions, beds and the number of personnel 441
19-2 over the years the number of 442 medical institutions
19-3 over the years the number of medical institutions with 444 beds
19-4 and health institutions, beds, number of personnel 445
19-5 The city and county health agencies, beds, number of personnel 446
19-6 organizing sports activities of 448 sub-counties
    
Main Statistical Indicators 449
20th chapter of social welfare and security
20-1 special care staff of 453 items
20-2 Revolutionary pension of 455 disabled persons to enjoy
20-3 marriage registration 456
20-4 foreign and overseas Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan compatriots, marital status 457
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