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Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2011

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Language: Chinese
Page: 615
Publication Date: 09/2011
ISBN: 9787503763632
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A Liaoning Statistical Yearbook - 2011 "is a high concentration of large informative annual. The book is a collection of the statistics of the province and the municipalities, counties, districts in 2010 of economic, social, scientific, and technological aspects, as well as an important year since the reform and opening up the main statistical data.
Table of Contents
Division of Administrative Areas and Natural Resources
1-1 Administrative division (late 2010)
1-2 List of counties
Natural conditions and resources 1-3
1-4 Average temperatures in major cities
1-5 The average relative humidity in major cities
1-6 Precipitation of Major Cities
1-7 hours of sunshine in major cities

 (2) integrated
2-1 the province's corporate, industrial activities, the number of units (late 2010)
2-2 Average Daily Social and economic activities
2-3 the total economic and social development and speed indicators
2-4 ratio between the major economic
2-5 according to the average of the total population of the main indicators of economic

 3 National Accounts
3-1 GDP
3-2 Gross Domestic Product Index (previous year = 100)
3-3 GDP index (1952 = 100)
GDP composition 3-4
3-5 branches added value
3-6 times the contribution rate of industry
3-7 for three industries driving GDP growth
3-8 and index of GDP
3-9 of GDP (2010)
3-10 Gross Domestic Product (expenditure)
3-11 Structure of GDP (expenditure approach)
3-12 of the three major demands the contribution of GDP growth and stimulating
3-13 level of consumption
Index of consumer level 3-14

 4 people
4-1 population
4-2 demographic
4-3 the birth rate, death rate, natural growth rate
4-4 end of the region's total population and the total number of
4-5 The natural population changes
Age 4-6 Population by Region
4-7 sample survey of the province's projected population changes over the years the number of
4-8 sample survey of population changes over the years the province's age structure index
4-9 of the total population and sex ratio
4-10 population density
4-11 of urban and rural population distribution
4-12 households and collective households and total population of the total number of households
Age structure 4-13 (a)
4-14 age structure (II)
4-15 points by the age structure of urban and rural areas (a)
4-16 points by the age structure of urban and rural areas (B)
4-17 per 100,000 population with a variety of educational level of population
4-18 minutes by urban and rural people have a variety of per 100,000 population by educational attainment
Han and the minority population 4-19

 5 Employment and Wages
5-1 basic conditions of employment
5-2 by Type of Industry of employed persons (end of year)
5-3 by Type of Industry of the region's employment (number of end 2010)
5-4 Employed Persons in Urban Units by Region (End of)
5-5 around the distinction between industry employment in urban units (end of 2010 number)
5-6 regional self-employed
Private sector employees in the regions 5-7
5-8 the number of workers by industry
5-9 the number of workers by industry (late 2010)
5-10 regions the number of workers (late 2010)
Around 5-11 Staff and Workers by Sector (late 2010)
5-12 number of workers around the distinction between industry undergo (late 2010)
5-13 Staff and Workers by Sector in Detail (late 2010)
5-14 number of workers of state-owned Units by Sector
5-15 units of sub-regional state-owned industry in the Staff and Workers (late 2010)
5-16 units of sub-regional state-owned industry to undergo the number of employees (end of 2010)
5-17 units of sub-regional collective industry Staff and Workers (late 2010)
5-18 units of sub-regional collective industry to undergo the number of workers (late 2010)
5-19 urban collective units the number of workers by industry (2010)
5-20 other economic units the number of employees by industry
5-21 urban registered unemployed persons and unemployment rate (end of year)
5-22 regions registered urban unemployed and the unemployment rate
5-23 and index of total wages
5-24 and the average wage index
5-25 by Registration in the average wage of workers
5-26 of total wages by industry (2010)
5-27 sub-industries average wage (2010)
5-28 min small industry in the average wage of workers (2010)
5-29 regional average wage (2010)
Industry in the post 5-30 minutes total wages and undergo living expenses (2010)
5-31 regions in total wages and undergo post live (2010)
5-32 sub-industry average wage of workers and staff undergo an average cost of living (2010)
5-33 around the distinction between average wage of workers in industry (2010)
5-34 regions in average wage of workers and staff undergo an average cost of living (2010)
State-owned Units by Sector 5-35 of total wages
5-36 urban collective units total wages by industry
5-37 other units total wages by industry
5-38 sub-industry workers undergo living

 6 Investment in fixed assets
6-1 Total Investment in Fixed Assets
6-2 Registration in fixed asset investment
6-3 and composition by source of funds in Fixed Assets Investment
6-4 total fixed asset investment and composition (2010)
6-5 regions in fixed asset investment (2010)
6-6 regions by economic type in Fixed Assets Investment (2010)
6-7 and composition of sub-regional Jurisdiction of total fixed asset investment (2010)
6-8 all social housing investment in the region
6-9 regions by major sector in Fixed Assets Investment
6-10 by Region construction, completed housing area
6-11 according to the nature of the composition and construction of urban fixed asset investment sub-
6-12 Source of Funds and Administrative Relationship urban fixed asset investment
6-13 by Sector urban fixed asset investment (2010)
6-14 by industry, affiliation and Registration urban fixed asset investment (2010)
6-15 of the region's urban fixed asset investment in the construction, completion of housing area
6-16 divided by major sector of the region's urban fixed asset investment (2010)
6-17 urban fixed asset investment funding and new sectors of fixed assets (2010)
By Sector and Region 6-18 of the urban fixed asset investment increased fixed assets (2010)
6-19 according to the composition and type of construction investment projects
6-20 Source of Funds and Administrative Relationship investment in construction projects
6-21 points by the construction industry project investment (2010)
6-22 by industry, affiliation and Registration Construction Project Investment (2010)
6-23 sub-regions by major sector investment in construction projects (2010)
6-24 construction project investment funding and new sectors of fixed assets (2010)
By Sector and Region 6-25 of the construction project to add fixed assets (2010)
6-26 regional building construction project, completed housing area
6-27 of 50 million yuan construction of urban areas, the number of production projects
Urban Area by Sector 6-28 more than 50 million of construction, the number of production projects (2010)
6-29 Fixed asset investment in rural areas the main indicators of collective
6-30 individuals in rural areas and housing investment in fixed assets
6-31 Main Indicators of Real Estate Development
6-32 Real Estate Development Enterprises (unit) of the Land Development and Purchase
6-33 points by use of real estate development and construction investment
6-34 Grouped investment in real estate development and construction
6-35 Real Estate Development Enterprises (unit) sources of funding
6-36 area of ​​real estate development and construction of housing construction and completion rates
6-37 The basic situation of regional real estate development company
6-38 regional real estate development and operation of
6-39 points by use of the actual commodity housing sales area
6-40 minutes by use of actual sales of goods to housing
6-41 Real Estate Development Enterprises (unit) construction, sales
6-42 Real Estate Development Enterprises (unit) Investment, capital and land conditions

 7 Energy
7-1 the total energy production and composition
7-2 Energy consumption and composition
7-3 Elasticity Ratio of Energy Production
7-4 Energy consumption elasticity
7-5 varieties of sub-sector primary energy consumption (2008)
7-6 Efficiency of Energy Conversion
7-7 Average daily energy consumption
7-8 Overall Energy Balance Sheet

 8 Financial
8-1 Government Revenue by Region
8-2 years local finance general budget revenues
8-3 local general budget revenue
8-4 areas of tax and surcharge revenue
8-5 regional local finance general budget revenues (2010)
8-6 regional local finance general budget expenditure (2010)
8-7 local finance general budget expenditure

 9 price
9-1 Price Indices (previous year = 100)
9-2 Fixed-base indices
9-3 Consumer Price Indices (2010, previous year = 100)
9-4 Consumer Price Index (2010, 2000, the average price = 100)
9-5 cities consumer price index (2010, previous year = 100)
9-6 cities consumer price index (2010 and 2000, average price = 100)
9-7 of agricultural production price index (previous year = 100)
9-8 regional rural consumer price index (2010, previous year = 100)
9-9 Producer Price index (previous year = 100)
9-10 of raw materials, fuel, power, price index (previous year = 100)

 10 people's lives
10-1 to improve people's material and cultural living conditions
10-2 per capita income of urban and rural households and Engel coefficient
10-3 Basic Urban Households
10-4 the total urban households per capita income (in 2010, according to the relative income is not equidistant nine components)
10-5 regional urban residents per capita annual disposable income (2010)
10-6 The regional average annual urban household income (2010)
10-7 urban households total expenditure per capita (in 2010, according to the relative income is not equidistant nine components)
10-8 The regional average annual urban household expenditure (2010)
10-9 regional urban residents per capita annual consumption expenditure
Urban Households 10-10 Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (2010, relative to income is not offset by nine components)
Urban Households 10-11 Per Capita Consumption Expenditure of (2010, relative to income is not offset by nine components)
10-12 households per capita of urban residents to buy the number of primary commodities (2010)
10-13 per 100 urban households at the end of ownership of durable goods (2010)
10-14 Housing Conditions of Urban Households
The region 10-15 per 100 urban households durables ownership (late 2010)
10-16 Basic peasant family
10-17 farmers per capita household income and per capita net income
10-18 The per capita income of farmers in the family
10-19 The sources of net income of farmers in the family (2010)
10-20 farmers per capita household total expenditure
10-21 farmers in household consumption expenditure per capita (2010)
10-22 per capita food consumption of rural residents
10-23 per 100 farmer households at the end of durable consumer goods owned
10-24 The main rural residents per capita food consumption (2010)
10-25 per 100 residents in rural areas of Durable Consumer Goods (end of 2010)
10-26 peasant family housing situation

 11 City Overview
11-1 Basic Statistics on Urban Public
11-2 regional level urban infrastructure
11-3 regional urban construction
11-4 of the municipal facilities of urban areas
11-5 Water Supply in Cities by Region
11-6 Gas in Cities by Region
11-7 on Heating in Cities by Region
11-8 Public Transportation in Cities by Region
11-9 of the urban landscape of regional
11-10 Urban Sanitation in Cities by Region

 12 Environmental Protection
12-1 Basic Environmental Protection
The 12-2 Discharge and Treatment of Waste Water by Region (2010)
12-3 regional industrial emissions, and Treatment (2010)
12-4 The regional industrial solid waste generation and treatment utilization (2010)
Investment in environmental pollution control 12-5
12-6 Industrial Pollution INVESTMENT

 13 Agriculture
13-1 rural grassroots organizations and the basic situation of agriculture
13-2 Farming, Animal Husbandry and Fishery
13-3 the case of rural grass-roots organizations
13-4 Rural Laborers (end of year)
13-5 Fishery
13-6 Fishery Index (1952 = 100)
13-7 Fishery index (previous year = 100)
13-8 Regional Fishery and index (2010)
13-9 Value-added agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries (2010)
13-10 of agricultural machinery and agricultural products processing machinery ownership
13-11 mechanized farming, irrigation, chemical fertilizers, rural electricity and rural small hydropower stations
13-12 region of chemical fertilizers (2010)
13-13 Irrigation, Reservoirs, and waterlogging, water, alkali treatment of
Irrigation of the region 13-14 (2010)
13-15 Water Conservancy Facilities and waterlogging alkali treatment area (2010)
13-16 of crop acreage
Regional crop acreage 13-17 (2010)
13-18 Output of Major Crops
The major agricultural production regions 13-19 (2010)
13-20 major agricultural production per unit area (calculated by acreage)
13-21 major agricultural regions per unit area yield (calculated by acreage, 2010)
13-22 fruits, silkworm cocoons, garden ginseng, reed production
13-23 fruits, silkworm cocoons, garden ginseng production
13-24 of forestry production
13-25 regional forest area
13-26 large livestock
13-27 swine and sheep meat production and the first few
13-28 livestock production
Livestock of the region 13-29 (2010)
Livestock production in the region 13-30 (2010)
13-31 fish production
13-32 Output of Aquatic Products
13-33 per capita production of major agricultural products
13-34 Number of farming utilities and personnel
13-35 of crops affected and disaster area
13-36 Basic State Farm

 14 Industrial
14-1 Number of Industrial Enterprises above designated size and output
14-2 Number of employees of industrial enterprises above designated size
14-3 Gross Industrial Output Value (BY)
14-4 All State-owned and large non state-owned industrial enterprises the main indicators
14-5 all state and non state-owned industrial enterprises above designated size main indicators (2010)
14-6 BY SECTOR all state and non state-owned industrial enterprises above designated size main indicators (2010)
14-7 BY SECTOR all state and non state-owned industrial enterprises above designated size main economic indicators (2010)
14-8 state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises the main indicators (2010)
14-9 regional state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises the main indicators (2010)
14-10 All State-owned and large non state-owned industrial enterprises the main economic indicators
14-11 The regional state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises the main economic indicators
14-12 by Sector "funded" Main indicators of industrial enterprises (2010)
14-13 by Sector and medium-sized industrial enterprises the main economic indicators (2010)
14-14 by industry mainly targets medium-sized industrial enterprises (2010)
14-15 Main Indicators of industrial enterprises and medium-sized regions
14-16 years of Major Industrial Products
14-17 Output of Industrial Products
14-18 large-scale agro-industry of major economic indicators
14-19 large-scale industrial raw materials, the main economic indicators
14-20 large-scale equipment manufacturing industry of major economic indicators

 15 Construction
15-1 Construction Enterprises
15-2 Construction Enterprises (2010)
15-3 CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISES (2010)
15-4 Gross Output Value (2010)
Assets of Construction Enterprises 15-5 (2010)
15-6 Liabilities of Construction Enterprises by Region (2010)
15-7 Construction Enterprises by Region paid-up capital (2010)
15-8 Engineering Construction Enterprises by Region Settled Taxes and additional taxes and management costs (2010)
15-9 Total Profits of Construction Enterprises by Region (2010)
15-10 Value Added of Construction by Region (2010)
15-11 total profits and taxes of Construction Enterprises by Region (2010)
15-12 Chief contracting and professional contractors throughout the construction number of enterprises, equipment and number (2010)
15-13 The regional state-owned general contracting construction companies and professional contract number, and number of equipment (2010)
15-14 The regional collective general contracting construction enterprises with the number of professional contractors, equipment and number (2010)
15-15 Chief contracting and professional contractors throughout the construction and completion of construction output value of enterprises (2010)
15-16 The regional state-owned general contracting construction companies and professional contracting and completion value (2010)
15-17 of the general contractor and professional regional collective contract and completion of construction output value of construction enterprises (2010)
15-18 Chief contracting and professional contractors throughout the construction and completion of housing construction area of ​​business (2010)
15-19 regional state-owned general contractor and professional construction and completion of construction enterprises contracted housing area (2010)
15-20 of the general contractor and professional regional collective contract and completion of construction enterprises housing area (2010)
15-21 Chief contracting and professional contractors throughout the construction business at the end of the balance (2010)
15-22 The regional state-owned general contracting construction companies and professional contract at the end of the balance (2010)
15-23 The regional collective contract the general contractor and professional construction enterprises at the end of the balance (2010)
15-24 Chief contracting and professional contractors throughout the construction and distribution of corporate profit and loss (2010)
15-25 The regional state-owned general contracting construction companies and professional contracting and allocation of profit and loss (2010)
15-26 The regional collective contract general contractor construction company with expertise and distribution of profit and loss (2010)

 16 Transport and Telecommunications
16-1 Basic Conditions of Transport
16-2 Length of Transportation Routes
16-3 passenger traffic
16-4 volume of passenger transportation
16-5 Freight Traffic
16-6 Freight Ton
16-7 There are several year-end railway rolling stock
16-8 Area, Liaoning Province, the main railway station passenger delivery volume
16-9, Liaoning Province, the main railway station area, the amount of goods sent
16-10 Possession of Civil Vehicles (end of 2010)
16-11 to reach the end of highway route number (2010)
16-12 road transport main economic indicators (local transportation sector)
16-13 Vessels
16-14 passenger traffic the whole community water
16-15 the length of the coastal ports and berths
Throughput of coastal ports 16-16
16-17 Civil Aviation Traffic
16-18 Telecommunications Services
16-19 regional telecommunications traffic (2010)
16-20 postal traffic
16-21 postal and telecommunications standards

 17 domestic trade
17-1 Limit above the basic situation of wholesale and retail trade
17-2 of the accommodation and catering industry, the basic situation
17-3 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods (a) (By urban and rural)
17-4 Retail sales (b) (by industry)
17-5 of the region, retail sales (2010)
17-6 wholesale and retail trade sales of goods (2010)
17-7 The area of ​​wholesale retail trade sales of goods (2010)
17-8 of wholesale and retail trade merchandising class value (2010)
17-9 quota owners to wholesale and retail trade, financial indicators (2010)
17-10 of the accommodation industry and catering operation (2010)
17-11 of the accommodation industry and the restaurant owners to financial indicators (2010)
17-12 regional wholesale and retail trade above designated assets, liabilities and owner's equity (2010)
17-13 regions of wholesale retail trade enterprises are mainly financial indicators (2010)
17-14 regions of wholesale retail trade enterprises, value added (2010)
17-15 regions of the accommodation and catering industry value added (2010)

 18 Foreign Trade and Economic
18-1 Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation
18-2 Total import and export
18-3 by the total import and export trade, the nature of sub-
18-4 Total import and export of various regions
18-5 Customs with the major countries (regions) import and export volume
18-6 major commodity exports of Customs
18-7 major commodity imports customs
Overview of foreign investment 18-8
18-9 within the country of foreign direct investment
18-10 by country, sub-regional foreign direct investment actually
18-11 Foreign Direct Investment (by country, regional points)
18-12 by industry has signed contracts of foreign direct investment
18-13 by industry actual foreign direct investment
18-14 year-end foreign-invested enterprises registered the distribution industry
18-15 foreign-invested enterprises by country, region registered the case (2010)
18-16 of foreign contracted projects and labor cooperation

 19 travel
19-1 Development of Tourism
19-2 by Country of foreign tourist arrivals
19-3 reception by region tourist arrivals
19-4, by region of the tourism foreign exchange earnings
19-5, by region and income of domestic tourists (2010)

 20. The financial industry
20-1 financial institution deposits, loans
20-2 loans of financial institutions
20-3 The regional financial institutions deposits (2010)
20-4 The regional financial institutions loans (2010)
20-5 Cash Income of financial institutions
20-6 Financial Institutions cash
20-7 CASH Financial Institutions
20-8 at the end of the province's balance of savings deposits of urban and rural

 21 Education and Technology
21-1 Basic Statistics on Education
All schools of 21-2
21-3 Number of Postgraduates
21-4 Graduate of sub-disciplines (2010)
21-5 Basic types of colleges and universities (2010)
21-6 universities and colleges (institutions) Number of students (2010)
21-7 regular, specialist sub-disciplines students (2010)
21-8 adults, specialist sub-disciplines students (2010)
21-9 Internet, specialist sub-disciplines the number of students
21-10 various secondary vocational schools (institutions) Basic (2010)
21-11 secondary vocational schools (institutions) Sub-division class of students (2010)
21-12 schools, and students of high school (2010)
21-13 regular junior high schools and Students (2010)
21-14 Regular Primary Schools and Students (2010)
21-15 Various Schools enrollment rate and enrollment rate of school-age children
21-16 education level
21-17 The basic situation of regional universities and colleges (2010)
Secondary vocational schools in the region 21-18 base case (2010)
21-19 Basic regions of high school (2010)
21-20 Basic Region ordinary junior high school (2010)
21-21 of the regular local elementary basic conditions (2010)
21-22 Basic Special Education by Region (2010)
21-23 per 100,000 population in all regions at all levels of the average number of students in schools (2010)
21-24 Science and Technology Activities
21-25 Basic scientific research and development institutions
21-26 medium-sized industrial enterprises and Technological Activities
Higher Technological Activities 21-27

 22 Culture, Sports and Health
22-1 Basic culture
22-2 Radio and Television
22-3 books, magazines and newspapers published in the situation
22-4 Composition of Books Published (2010)
22-5 record, Publication of Audio Products
22-6 Number of Staff and Workers in Sports Commissions (2010)
22-7 World Records over the years athletes
22-8 Athletes World Championships Won (2010)
22-9 World Championships Won by athletes in recent years
22-10 Athletes hit by the Asian Championships (2010)
22-11 case with Foreign Sports
22-12 health institutions, beds, staff number (2010)
22-13 of the regional health institutions, beds (2010)
22-14 The number of regional health agency personnel (2010)
22-15 top ten cities in the cause of death and disease pose (2010)

 23 Other social activities
23-1 Provincial People's Congress of previous representation
23-2 Number of previous members of Provincial Political Consultative Conference
23-3 Trade Unions
23-4 Women's organization
23-5 lawyer, notary, Mediation
23-6 Domestic Notarial Documents by Type (2010)
23-7 Foreign-Related Notarial Documents by Type (2010)
23-8 Mediation Civil Disputes
23-9 Traffic Accidents (2010)
23-10 FIRES (2010)
23-11 Traffic Accidents by Region (2010)
23-12 Marriage and Divorces
23-13 regions of marriage registration and divorce (2010)
23-14 of social welfare, the number of business units and staff
23-15 Adopting the basic unit of social welfare (2010)
23-16 regional urban community service facilities and the urban minimum living security system of (2010)
23-17 Basic regions Martyrs (2010)
23-18 Basic Conditions of welfare
23-19 Basic Pension Insurance by Region
23-20 The regional unemployment insurance case
23-21 regions of the basic medical insurance

 Appendix
Appendix 1 in 2010 the provinces (cities, districts) of major economic indicators
Appendix 2 2010 Basic provincial cities (region number)
Appendix 3 cities in 2010 the basic situation of the city area
Appendix 4 Main economic indicators of Shenyang Economic Zone
Appendix 5 Main economic indicators of coastal economic belt
Appendix 6 Liao northwest of major economic indicators
Appendix 7 2010 Basic municipal agricultural counties
Appendix 8 Northeast 2010 Main Economic Indicators
Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2011
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