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Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2012

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 09/2012
ISBN: 9787503766619
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"Liaoning Statistical Yearbook -2012" (hereinafter referred to as the "Yearbook") is a high degree of information-intensive large-scale annual informative. The book contains the statistics of the province and the municipalities, counties, districts 2011 economic, social, scientific and technological aspects, as well as an important year since the reform and opening statistics.
Second, the book is divided into twenty-three parts, namely: 1. Administrative divisions and natural resources; 2. Comprehensive; the 3 national accounts; 4. Population; 5. Employment and wages of workers; 6. Investment in fixed assets; 7 energy; 8. finances; 9. prices; 10 people's lives; 11 city profiles; 12. Environmental Protection; 13. agriculture; 14. industry; 15 construction industry; 16. transport and communications; 17. domestic trade; 18. foreign economic and trade; 19. tourism; 20 financial industry; 21 education and technology; 22. culture, sports, public health; 23 other social activities. Attached Liaoning Province, with the provincial and municipal economic indicators contrast and municipal, county, district, main economic indicators.
Third, the unit of measurement used in the "Yearbook" international standard measurement units.
Yearbook mostly from annual statistical reports, part of the data using the number of annual Letters. The National Province from the statistics published by the National Bureau of Statistics.
Yearbook part of the data in the total number or relative numbers are not adjusted units offs generated calculation error.
"Yearbook" where the band continued Table, if annotations are added to last a continued table below, please use the Note.
Table of Contents
Administrative divisions and Natural Resources
1-1 of administrative divisions
List of 1-2 counties
The 1-3 natural conditions and resources
1-4 major cities average temperature
1-5 major cities average relative humidity
1-6 major cities precipitation
1-7 major cities of sunshine hours
Main Statistical Indicators
Second, the integrated
Number of units 2-1 province's corporate, industrial activities
2-2 daily average of major socio-economic activities
The 2-3 national economy and social development of the total speed indicators
The 2-4 national economy proportional relationship
2-5 average in terms of total population, the main indicators of the national economy
Main Statistical Indicators
Third, the national accounts
3-1 GDP
3-2 GDP index
3-3 GDP index
3-4 of Gross Domestic Product
The 3-5 Branch of added value
3-6 three industries contribution rate
The 3-7 three industries boosting GDP growth
3-8 regional GDP and Index
3-9 regional GDP
3-10 GDP (expenditure)
3-11 GDP structure (expenditure)
3-12 three major demands of the contribution to the GDP growth rate and pulling
3-13 residents consumption level
The 3-14 consumer level index
Main Statistical Indicators
Fourth, the population
4-1 population
4-2 the composition of the population
4-3 population birth rate, mortality rate and natural growth rate
4-4 the end of the total number of households and the total population
4-5 Population by Region Natural Changes
4-6 over the distinction between age population
4-7 the province's estimated on the basis of a sample survey of the population changes over the years
4-8 the province over the years a sample survey of population changes in age structure index
Main Statistical Indicators
Employment and Wages
5-1 basic conditions of employment
5-2 Employed Persons by Three Industries
5-3 regions Employed Persons by Type of Industry
Employment of 5-4 over the distinction between industries in urban units
5-5 regional urban units employed persons
5-6 regional self-employed
5-7 regional private sector employees
5-8 SECTOR Staff and Workers (a)
5-9 SECTOR Staff and Workers (b)
The number of workers in the post 5-10 regions
5-11 over the distinction between the industry, the number of workers in the post
The number of workers in the post 5-12 fine industries
5-13 state-owned units sub-industry in the Staff and Workers
The 5-14 regional state-owned units by Sector Staff and Workers
5-15 urban collective units sub-sectors in the Staff and Workers
The 5-16 regional collective Units industry Staff and Workers
The 5-17 other economic UNITS industry Staff and Workers
5-18 registered urban unemployed and the unemployment rate
5-19 regional urban registered unemployed persons and the unemployment rate
The 5-20 total wages and index
5-21 in the average wage of workers and the index
5-22 Types of Registration in the average wage of workers
5-23 Subdivisional industry in the average wage of workers
5-24 regions in the average wage of workers
5-25 SECTOR total wages of workers in the post
5-26 regional total wages of workers in the post
5-27 sub-sectors in the average wage of workers
5-28 over the distinction between industry average wage of workers in the post
5-29 state-owned units of the industry total wage
5-30 urban collective units of the industry total wages
The 5-31 other units sub-industry total wages
Main Statistical Indicators
Sixth, investment in fixed assets
6-1 Total investment in fixed assets
6-2 points total fixed asset investment by Registration
6-3 points total fixed asset investment by funding source and composition
6-4 total fixed asset investment and composition
6-5 total fixed asset investment
6-6 regions by Type of total fixed asset investment
6-7 region by Subordination and the Structure of the total fixed asset investment
6-8 sub-region by major industry total fixed asset investment
6-9 regional investment in social housing
6-10 regional social construction, completed housing area
6-11 points by the nature of the composition and construction of urban fixed asset investment
6-12 divided by source of funds and affiliation urban fixed asset investment
6-13 urban fixed asset investment by Sector
6-14, under the type of relationship and registered in urban fixed asset investment by industry
6-15 regions in urban fixed asset investment by major industry
6-16 urban fixed asset investment industry sources of funding and new fixed assets
6-17 regional urban fixed asset investment in construction, completed housing area
6-18 regional urban fixed asset investment in new fixed assets by Sector
6-19 points by the nature of the composition and construction investment in construction projects
6-20 investment by source of funds affiliation of the construction project
6-21 construction projects by Sector Investment
6-22 by industry, membership relations and registration type of construction project investment
6-23 sub-region by major industry investment in construction projects
6-24 construction project investment funding sources of various industries and the new fixed assets
6-25 new fixed asset construction projects of the region by Sector
The 6-26 regional construction projects, completed housing area
6-27 regional towns of more than 5 million yuan construction, the number of production projects
6-28, by industry, more than 5 million yuan of urban construction, the number of production projects
The main indicators of the 6-29 rural collective investment in fixed assets
The 6-30 rural individual fixed asset investment and building
6-31 main indicators of real estate development
6-32 of real estate development enterprises (units) land acquisition
6-33 zoning, real estate development and construction investment
6-34 Structure of real estate development and construction investment
6-35 of real estate development enterprises (units) sources of funding
6-36 of real estate development and construction of housing construction area and completion rate
6-37 regional real estate development enterprises
6-38 regional real estate development and management
6-39 actual sales area of ​​commodity housing by zoning
6-40 by Use of commodity housing sales
6-41 of real estate development enterprises (units) construction, sales
6-42 of real estate development enterprises (units) investment, capital and land
Main Statistical Indicators
Seven, energy
7-1 total energy production and constitute
7-2 of total energy consumption and Composition
7-3 energy production elasticity coefficient
7-4 elasticity of energy consumption
7-5 SECTOR varieties of major energy consumption
7-6 Efficiency of Energy Conversion
7-7 average daily energy consumption
7-8 integrated energy balance
Main Statistical Indicators
Eight, financial
The 8-1 regional financial income
8-2 calendar year local general budget revenue
8-3 local general budget revenue
8-4 district tax and additional income
8-5 regional local general budget revenue
8-6 local finance general budget expenditures
8-7 regional local general budget expenditures
Main Statistical Indicators
9, the price
9-1 Price Indices
9-2 Price Index
9-3 of consumer price index
9-4 Consumer Price Index
9-5 Municipalities consumer price index
9-6 Municipalities consumer price index
9-7 of agricultural production materials price index
9-8 regional rural consumer price index
9-9 classify industrial producer prices index
9-10 industrial producers purchasing price sub-index
Main Statistical Indicators
10, the people's living
10-1 the people's material and cultural life to improve the situation
10-2 of urban and rural residents per capita household income and the Engel coefficient
10-3 Urban Households basic
10-4 Urban Households Per Capita Total Income
The 10-5 regional urban residents per capita annual total household income
The 10-6 regional urban residents per capita annual disposable income
The 10-7 towns household total expenditure per person
The 10-8 regional city residents an average annual total household expenditures
10-9 regional urban residents per capita annual consumption expenditure
10-10 per capita consumption expenditure of urban households
The 10-11 urban households per capita consumption expenditures constitute
The number of major commodities the 10-12 Urban Households per person purchased
The 10-13 urban households per 100 durable goods has at the end of the year the amount of
10-14 per 100 urban households by region durables ownership is
The 10-15 urban households housing situation
10-16 peasant family
The 10-17 rural household per capita total income per capita net income
The per capita net income of 10-18 regional peasant family
10-19 regional sources of net income of farm families
10-20 farmers per capita household total expenditure
10-21 peasant family in per capita living expenses
10-22 of rural residents per capita food consumption
10-23 average peasant family in the end of every hundred durable consumer goods owned
10-24 regional rural residents per capita food consumption
10-25 regional rural residents per 100 of Durable Consumer Goods
10-26 peasant family housing
Main Statistical Indicators
11, City Overview
11-1 city utilities
11-2 regional level of city facilities
11-3 regional urban construction
11-4 regional municipal facilities
The 11-5 regional urban water supply situation
11-6 all regions of the city gas
11-7 regional urban central heating
The 11-8 regional urban public traffic conditions
11-9 regional urban landscaping
11-10 regional urban environmental sanitation
Main Statistical Indicators
XII. Environmental Protection
12-1 Environmental Protection
The 12-2 regional wastewater Discharge and Treatment
The 12-3 regional industrial emissions and deal with the situation
The 12-4 regional industrial solid waste generation and treatment utilization
Main Statistical Indicators
13, agriculture
13-1 rural grassroots organizations and agricultural
13-2 Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fishery production
13-3 rural grass-roots organization of
13-4 Rural Laborers
13-5 ARGICULTURAL
The 13-6 ARGICULTURAL Index
The 13-7 ARGICULTURAL Index
The 13-8 ARGICULTURAL and index
13-9 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery value added
13-10 of agricultural machinery and agro-processing machinery has
13-11 mechanized farming, irrigation area, the amount of chemical fertilizer, small hydropower stations in rural areas, and rural electricity sales
13-12 regions of chemical fertilizers
13-13 irrigation, reservoirs and waterlogging control, flood control, ALKALINE
13-14 various regions of the irrigation and water conservancy
13-15 regional water conservancy facilities and waterlogging control area
13-16 crops sown
13-17 regional crops sown
13-18 major agricultural production
13-19 major agricultural production
13-20 major agricultural yield per unit area
The 13-21 major agricultural yield per unit area
13-22 production of fruits, silkworm cocoons, garden ginseng, reed
13-23 fruits, silkworm cocoons, garden ginseng production
13-24 forestry production
13-25 regional afforestation area
13-26 large number of livestock
13-27 meat production and the number of swine and sheep head
13-28 livestock production
13-29 regions of Livestock
13-30 regional livestock production
13-31 aquatic production situation
13-32 output of aquatic products
13-33 major agricultural production averaged by population
The 13-34 agriculture undertakers and staff number
13-35 of crops affected disaster area
13-36 state farms
Main Statistical Indicators
XIV, industrial
The 14-1 scale industrial enterprises above designated number of units and gross output
The 14-2 scale industrial number of workers
14-3 total industrial output value
The main indicators of 14-4 all the above-scale industrial enterprises
Key indicators of all the above-scale industrial enterprises 14-5
14-6 All above-scale industrial enterprises by Sector Key Indicators
14-7 All above-scale industrial enterprises by industry main economic indicators
The main indicators of the 14-8 state-holding industrial enterprises
The main indicators of the state-holding industrial enterprises 14-9
14-10 all the above-scale industrial enterprises main economic indicators
14-11 state-holding industrial enterprises main economic indicators
14-12 by Sector of the key indicators of the foreign-invested industrial enterprises above designated size
The main indicators of 14-13 large and medium-sized industrial enterprises by Sector
14-14 by Sector and medium-sized industrial enterprises main economic indicators
The main indicators of the 14-15 regional and medium-sized industrial enterprises
14-16 calendar year Major Industrial Products
The 14-17 industrial products production
14-18 above-scale agro-processing industry of major economic indicators
14-19 scale raw material industries of major economic indicators
The main economic indicators of the equipment manufacturing industry more than the 14-20 scale
Main Statistical Indicators
Fifth, the construction industry
15-1 CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISES
15-2 Construction Number of Enterprises
15-3 major economic indicators of construction enterprises
15-4 Output Value of Construction
15-5 Construction Enterprises assets
15-6 Construction Enterprises by Region liabilities
15-7 Construction Enterprises by Region paid-in capital
15-8 Construction Enterprises by Region Settled Taxes and additional administrative expenses in taxes
The 15-9 regional construction enterprises total profit
15-10 Construction Enterprises by Region total profits and taxes
15-11 over the Chief contracting with professional contracting the number of construction enterprises, the equipment and the number of
15-12 regional state-owned general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises the number of equipment and the number of
15-13 regional collective general contracting and professional contractor building the number of enterprises, equipment and number of
15-14 over the Chief contracting and professional contractor building enterprise output value of construction and completion
15-15 regional state-owned general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprise construction and completion of the output value
15-16 regional collective general contractor and professional contracting construction enterprises, the output value of the construction and completion of
15-17 around Chief contracting with professional contracting construction enterprise construction and completed housing area
15-18 regional state-owned general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprise construction and completed housing area
The 15-19 regional collective general contracting professional contractor building enterprise construction and completed housing area
The year-end balance of 15-20 over the Chief contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises
15-21 regional state-owned general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises at the end of the balance
15-22 regional the collective general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises at the end of balance
15-23 over the Chief contracting with professional contractors building enterprise profit or loss and allocated
15-24 regional state-owned general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises profit or loss and allocated
15-25 regional collective general contracting and professional contracting construction enterprises profit or loss and allocated
Main Statistical Indicators
Sixteen, Transport and Telecommunications
16-1 Basic Conditions of Transport
16-2 transport line length
16-3 passenger traffic
16-4 passenger turnover
16-5 cargo traffic
16-6 cargo turnover
Year-end 16-7 railway rolling stock several
16-8 Liaoning Province districts main railway station passenger traffic volume
16-9 Liaoning Province jurisdiction railway station goods sent
16-10 civilian vehicle ownership
16-11 highway line to reach the end of a number of
16-12 Vessels Owned
16-13 Waterway passenger and freight traffic
16-14 coastal port length and number of berths
Of 16-15 coastal port throughput
The 16-16 civil aviation traffic
16-17 Post and Telecommunications Services
16-18 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
16-19 regional TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
16-20 level of post and telecommunications
Main Statistical Indicators
Seventeen, domestic trade
17-1 limit above the wholesale and retail trade
17-2 accommodation and catering industry over the limit
17-3 Retail sales
The 17-4 regional social total retail sales of consumer goods
Wholesale and retail trade, total sales of goods more than 17-5
17-6 regions above the wholesale total sales of goods of retail trade
17-7 over the wholesale and retail trade, merchandise sales, value
The 17-8 limit wholesale and retail trade owners want financial indicators
The 17-9 limit lodging industry and restaurant industry operating conditions
17-10 limit above the lodging industry and restaurant owners want financial indicators
17-11 regions above wholesale and retail trade, corporate assets, liabilities and owners' equity
17-12 above wholesale and retail trade key financial indicators
17-13 regions above the wholesale retail trade enterprises added value
17-14 regional limits catering accommodation added value
Main Statistical Indicators
18, foreign economic and trade
18-1 Foreign Economic and Trade
18-2 Total imports and exports
18-3 Press Trade nature of the import and export volume
18-4 regional total imports and exports
18-5 Customs import and export volume with the major countries (regions)
18-6 Customs main commodity export volume
18-7 Customs number of imports of goods
18-8 Utilization of Foreign Capital
18-9 regional foreign direct investment
18-10 actual foreign direct investment, by country, region
The 18-11 foreign direct investment
18-12 by Sector foreign foreign direct investment contract signed
18-13 actual foreign direct investment by industry
18-14 at the end of the registration of foreign-invested enterprises in industry distribution
18-15 foreign-invested enterprises by country or territory registration
18-16 foreign contracted projects and labor cooperation
Main Statistical Indicators
Nineteen, tourism
19-1 Development of Tourism
19-2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals by Country
19-3 tourist arrivals by region
19-4 tourism foreign exchange earnings by region
19-5, by region, the number of domestic tourists and income
Main Statistical Indicators
Twenty, the financial industry
20-1 deposits in financial institutions, the loan balance
The 20-2 financial institutions loan balance
The 20-3 regional financial institutions, deposit balance
The 20-4 regional financial institutions, loan balance
Main Statistical Indicators
21, Education and Technology
21-1 Basic Statistics on Education
Of 21-2 all levels of the types of schools
21-3 Postgraduates
21-4 of Postgraduate Students
21-5 colleges and universities
21-6 higher education schools (institutions) the number of students
The 21-7 regular undergraduate divided the number of subjects students
21-8 the ordinary specialist (vocational) sub disciplines number of students
21-9 Adult Undergraduate sub-disciplines number of students
21-10 adult specialist sub-disciplines number of students
The 21-11 Network undergraduate divided the number of subjects students
21-12 network specialist sub-disciplines number of students
21-13 various secondary vocational schools (institutions)
The 21-14 secondary vocational schools (institutions) students Polyclinic class situation
21-15 high school Schools and Students
21-16 ordinary junior high schools and students
21-17 ordinary primary schools and students
21-18 at all levels of ordinary school graduation rate and school-age children enrollment rate
The 21-19 education development level
21-20 regional colleges and universities
21-21 regional secondary vocational schools
21-22 regional high school
21-23 Junior middle
21-24 ordinary primary
21-25 regional special education
Average number of students in schools at all levels of 21-26 per 100,000 population in
21-27 science and technology activities
21-28 of scientific research and development institutions
21-29 large and medium-sized industrial enterprises in scientific and technological activities
21-30 of scientific and technological activities
Main Statistical Indicators
XXII, culture, sports and health
22-1 and cultural undertakings
22-2 radio and television broadcasting
Books, magazines and newspapers published in 22-3
22-4 Books Published situation
22-5 Sports Commission the number of workers
22-6 athletes over the years a world record in
22-7 ATHLETES world champion
22-8 athletes world champion in recent years
22-9 ATHLETES Achievements Asian champion
22-10 contacts with foreign sports activities
22-11 health institutions, the number of beds, number of personnel
22-12 regional health institutions, the number of beds
22-13 regional health agency staff number
Main Statistical Indicators
Twenty-three, other social activities
23-1 successive provincial People's Congress of the number of representatives
The number of members of the previous Provincial Political Consultative Conference 23-2
23-3 unions
23-4 women's federations
23-5 lawyers, notaries, mediation work
23-6 Domestic Notarial Documents
23-7 Foreign Notarial Documents
23-8 mediate civil disputes Classification
23-9 Traffic Accidents
23-10 FIRES
23-11 regional Traffic Accidents
The 23-12 marriage registration and divorce
The 23-13 regional married and Divorces
The 23-14 social welfare, the number of business units and staff number
23-15 Social welfare institutions
23-16 regional urban and rural minimum living security system
The 23-17 regional Martyrs basic situation
23-18 social welfare enterprises
23-19 basic old-age insurance
23-20 regional unemployment insurance
23-21 various regions of the basic medical insurance
Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix
Appendix 1 2011 the main economic indicators for the provinces (cities, districts)
Appendix 2 2011 provincial cities (region number)
Appendix 32,011 cities and municipal districts
The main economic indicators of Appendix 4 of Shenyang Economic Zone
Appendix 5 coastal economic zone of major economic indicators
Appendix 6 Northwest Liaoning main economic indicators
Appendix 7 2011 municipalities agricultural counties
The Appendix 8 2012 the main indicators of the national economy in the three northeastern provinces
Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2012
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