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International Statistical Yearbook 2011

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 02/2011
ISBN: 9787503761874
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First, the "International Statistical Yearbook 2011" is a comprehensive international economic and social statistics annual. The yearbook contains more than 200 countries and 地区 world statistical data, on which more than 40 major national and regional economic and social development and world renowned companies in more detail the basic conditions were introduced.
  Second, the "International Statistical Yearbook 2011" is divided into 18 sections: 1. China's position in the world; 2. Geography, natural resources and environment; 3. National Accounts; 4. Population; 5. Employment and Earnings; 6 . investment environment; 7. energy; 8. fiscal and financial; 9. price index; 10. resident income and poverty; 11. agriculture; 12. industry and construction; 13. Transport and communications; 14. external trade; 15 . the international balance of payments and external debt; 16. tourism; 17. education, technology, culture, health and social security; 18. the world's largest 500 companies key indicators.
  Third, most of the data of foreign United Nations and other international organizations through the adjustment of the basic comparable caliber.
  Fourth, in many countries the number or date information is a preliminary estimate.
  Fifth, the Chinese data than the land area, but do not include China Taiwan Province, Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region.
  Sixth, information is mainly taken from the relevant international organizations, databases, CD-ROM, annual reports, monthly. Data sources are provided in each table.
  Seven, some information relative to the total number or numbers, due to the impact of rounding, not necessarily equal to the total breakdown of the number.
  Eight, while the Yearbook of the multi-year, the number of countries have changed names and boundaries, unless otherwise noted, all the countries listed in the Yearbook is the name of its national territory Fan
Table of Contents
First, China's position in the world
1-1 China's major indicators in the world ranking
China's share of world 1-2, the proportion of key indicators
1-3 Output of Major Agricultural Products in China in the world of bit times
1-4 of Major Industrial Products in China in the world of bit times
 
Second, geography, natural resources and environment
Earth and the surface 2-1
Continents of the world altitude 2-2
2-3 world-famous river
The world famous Lake 2-4
Land area and population density of 2-5
2-6 Land Use (2007)
2-7 fresh water resources (2007)
2-8 Forest Resources
Carbon dioxide emissions by 2-9
Methane emissions 2-10 (2005)
2-11 N and other greenhouse gas emissions
2-12 particles per cubic meter of air content (less than 10 microns in diameter particles)
2-13 National protected areas and endangered species (2008)
2-14 of organic water pollutant emissions
2-15 air pollution in major cities of the world's Main Statistical Indicators
 
Third, the national accounts
3-1 Gross Domestic Product (at current prices in local currency)
3-2 Gross Domestic Product (U.S.)
3-3 per capita gross national income (dollars)
3-4, calculated at purchasing power parity key indicators of national accounts (2009)
GDP growth rate of 3-5
GDP per capita growth rate of 3-6
Capital formation rate 3-7
3-8 The ratio of consumption
Industrial composition of GDP 3-9
3-10 Gross Domestic Product by Production
3-11 Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure Approach
GDP income approach 3-12
3-13 three industries to GDP growth in the contribution rate
3-14 gross capital formation, consumer spending and net exports to GDP growth in the contribution rate of Main Statistical Indicators
 
Fourth, the population
4-1 year population
4-2 population age structure and the dependency ratio (2009)
Crude birth rate and death rate of population 4-3
4-4 Reproductive Health (2008)
4-5 infant mortality and life expectancy at birth
Marriage rate and divorce rate, 4-6
4-7 Main Indicators of the proportion of urban population to explain
 
V. Employment and Earnings
Labor force participation rate of 5-1
5-2 Employment
5-3 by the composition of employment by industry type
5-4 of the employed population by industry
5-4 of the employed population by industry in Table 1 Continued
5-4 employed persons by industry, Table 2 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry in Table 3 Continued
5-4 employed persons by industry, Table 4 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 5 continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 6 continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 7 Continued
5-4 employed persons by industry, Table 8 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 9 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 10 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 11 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 12 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 13 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 14 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 15 Continued
5-4 of the employed population by industry Table 16 Continued
5-5 unemployment and female unemployment
5-6 unemployment rate
5-7 non-agricultural sector the average wage of employees
5-8 employees in the manufacturing sector the average wage
5-9 persons per job created by GDP (purchasing power parity, constant price of 1990 dollars)
5-10 employees labor cost manufacturing
5-11 educated labor force composition
5-12 level of education of unemployed persons constitute a major interpretation of statistical indicators
 
Sixth, the investment environment
6-1 business start up costs
6-2 Business Environment Ranking (2010)
6-3 Number of newly registered companies
6-4 the total number of newly registered enterprises account for the proportion of enterprises
6-5 private sector loans accounted for GDP Main Statistical Indicators
 
VII, energy
Energy reserves 7-1
7-2 Energy Balance (2007)
7-3 ten thousand U.S. dollars of GDP energy consumption
7-4 power installed capacity (2007)
7-5 generation (2007)
7-6 net imports of energy the proportion of total energy consumption
7-7 world energy prices
7-8 of nuclear energy and other clean energy consumption accounts for the proportion of total energy consumption
7-9 flammable waste consumption of renewable energy and the proportion of total energy consumption of Main Statistical Indicators
 
VIII, fiscal and financial
8-1 The central government fiscal revenue in GDP
8-2 Central government revenue
8-3 Central Government spending
8-4 the proportion of central government expenditures
8-5 the proportion of social security account for revenue
8-6 goods and services tax share of total fiscal revenue
The proportion of tax revenue accounted for 8-7
8-8 The central government share of GDP, the fiscal surplus
8-9 Money Supply
8-10 average deposit rate and loan interest rates
8-11 Bank loans share of total non-performing loans
Road, Zhong Sishi sector index 8-12
8-13 Number of listed companies and total market capitalization of listed companies in the proportion of gross domestic product
8-14 stock trading accounted for gross domestic product and stock turnover
8-15 Bank capital adequacy ratio
8-16 banking sector domestic credit to GDP share of Main Statistical Indicators
 
September, the price index
9-1 GDP deflator
9-2 Producer Price Index
9-3 Consumer Price Index
Food consumer price index 9-4
9-5 Energy Consumption price index
9-6 commodity market price index and unit value index of Main Statistical Indicators
 
Ten residents income and poverty
Consumer spending 10-1
10-2 Income
10-3 poverty rate
Poor social indicators, 10-4 (2008)
10-5 Consumption Expenditures Main Statistical Indicators
 
XI, agriculture
11-1 agricultural production index
The main crops harvested area 11-2 (2009)
11-3 Major Agricultural Products (2009)
11-4 Major Forest Products (2009)
11-5 livestock population (2009)
11-6 livestock production (2009)
11-7 fish production
11-8 Agricultural Machinery (2007)
11-9 Chemical Fertilizers (2008)
11-10 degree of intensive management of agriculture (2007) Main Statistical Indicators
 
Second, industrial and construction
12-1 of the world by industry index of industrial production
12-2 divided by countries and regions, the industrial production index
12-3 Main Indicators of Manufacturing
Manufacturing value added and the composition 12-4
12-5 Major Industrial Products
Buildings Completed 12-6
12-7 Housing and Equipment Main Statistical Indicators
 
Thirteen, transport and communications
13-1 road freight passenger turnover
13-2 railway transport
13-3 International shipping loading and unloading the amount of volume
13-4 volume of air cargo and passenger turnover
Use of motor vehicles 13-5
13-6 automotive fuel prices
13-7 Port Container Throughput
13-8 Length of Highways
13-9 road traffic accidents
Continued Table 13-9 road traffic accidents
13-10 highway spending
13-10 highway spending Continued
13-11 main telephone lines and mobile phone penetration
Internet users 13-12
13-13 Information and communication technology expenditure as a share of GDP
13-14 per capita expenditure on information and communication technology
Internet service providers 13-15
13-16 Main Statistical Indicators of broadband users
 
Fourth, foreign trade
The world's total import and export of goods 14-1
14-2 major countries and regions in the world of Imports and Exports
Total exports of goods 14-3
14-4 Total Imports of goods
14-5 the world's major countries and regions, trade in services exports
14-6 the world's major countries and regions in total imports of trade in services
14-7 export and import unit value index
14-8 export and import volume indices
14-9 exports of goods and services, the proportion of gross domestic product
Exports constitute 14-10 (2009)
Imported goods constitute 14-11 (2009)
14-12 import and export of agricultural products
14-13 constitute the export destination (2008)
14-14 constitute a source of imports (2008)
14-15, exports of services by industry (2007)
14-16 currency exchange rate (annual average) Main Statistical Indicators
 
Fifth, the balance of payments and external debt
15-1 World balance of payments
15-2 by Country (Region) Balance of Payments (2009)
15-3 Current account balance GDP,
15-4 Foreign Direct Investment
Foreign exchange reserves and gold reserves 15-5
15-6 external debt and its composition (2008)
15-7 risk indicators of external debt (2008) Main Statistical Indicators
 
XVI Travel
16-1 international tourism balance of payments
16-2 Number of International Tourists Main Statistical Indicators
 
Seventeen, education, technology, culture, health and social security
17-1 Human Development Index (2010)
17-215 years and adult literacy rates above
17-3 pupils and students enrollment
17-4 per student expenditure on education per capita GDP
17-5 R & D expenditure and public expenditure on education, the proportion of gross domestic product
17-6 per million people the number of researchers and technical staff
17-7 high-tech products exports accounted for the proportion of manufactured exports
Number of patent applications 17-8
17-9 access to sanitation and clean drinking water proportion of total population
17-10 health expenditure share of GDP and per capita health expenditure
17-11 number of doctors and hospital beds per thousand population
17-12 public social security expenditure as a share of GDP Main Statistical Indicators
 
Eighteen, the world's largest 500 companies key indicators
18-1 aggregated by country and region the world's largest 500 companies (2009)
18-2 turnover sorted by the world's largest 500 companies (2009)
Appendix
International Statistical Yearbook 2011
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