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Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 09/2013
ISBN: 9787503769597
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" Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " is a highly information -intensive large-scale annual data .
 
" Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " This book contains statistics of the province and the municipalities , counties and districts in 2012 the economic, social, technological and other aspects , as well as important and key statistics year since the reform and opening up . The book is divided into twenty three parts , namely : . . . . . 1 administrative divisions and natural resources ; 2 integrated ; 3 National Accounts ; 4 population ; 5 Employment and Wages ; 6 fixed asset investment ; 7 Energy ; 8 finances ; 9 price ; .. 10 people's lives ; 11 city profiles ; 12 environmental protection ; 13 agriculture ; 14 industries ; 15 construction ; .. 16 transport and Telecommunications; 17 domestic trade ; 18. Foreign economic Relations and Trade ; 19 tourism ; 20 financial industry ; 21 education and technology ; 22 cultural , sports, health ; 23 other social activities.
 
" Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013 " attached with the provinces of Liaoning Province and the economic indicators compare cities, counties , districts of major economic indicators . Unit of Measure "Yearbook " used are internationally standard measurement units . "Yearbook " in the data comes from the annual statistical reports, some of the data using the annual bulletin number. National data from the relevant provincial statistics published by the National Bureau of Statistics . Total number or relative number of "Yearbook " in part due to rounding of data generated by different calculation errors are not adjusted . "Yearbook " in the data tables where the band continued , if annotations are added at the end a continued table below , when you use the attention . "Yearbook " symbol table for use: " ... " indicates less than the minimal number of units ; "space" indicates that the statistical indicators unknown or no data ; "#" indicates the major items.
Table of Contents
First, the administrative divisions and Natural Resources
Administrative divisions 1-1
1-2 List of counties
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 in sunshine
Main Statistical Indicators
Second, comprehensive
2-1 province's corporate , industrial activity Units
2-2 Average Daily Social and Economic Activities
2-3 of total national economic and social development and speed indicators
2-4 major proportion of national economic relations
2-5 according to the average of the total population of the main indicators of the national economy
Main Statistical Indicators
Third, the national accounts
Gross production 3-1
3-2 Gross production index
3-3 Gross production index
Gross production constitutes 3-4
3-5 branches added value
3-6 three industries contribution rate
Pull 3-7 three industries to GDP growth
3-8 regional GDP and Index
3-9 Gross Regional Product
3-10 GDP ( expenditure approach )
3-11 Gross production structure ( expenditure approach )
3-12 Three Components of GDP growth in the contribution rate and pulling
3-13 level of consumption
3-14 consumer level index
Main Statistical Indicators
Fourth, the population
4-1 Population
4-2 demographic
4-3 birth rate , death rate and natural growth rate
4-4 at the end of each region and the total number of the total population
Natural 4-5 regional population changes
Population over the age of 4-6 distinction
4-7 province's projected population changes over the years the number of sample surveys
4-8 province's population changes over the years of age constitute a sample survey index
Main Statistical Indicators
V. Employment and Wages
5-1 basic conditions of employment
Employment by 5-2 points in the three industries
5-3 regional employment by three industry points
5-4 over the distinction between urban employment in the non- private sector units
5-5 regional employment in urban private units
5-6 regional individual practitioners
5-7 regional private practitioners
Staff and Workers 5-8 SECTOR ( a )
5-9 of Staff and Workers in the industry ( two )
5-10 Staff and Workers in various regions
Around 5-11 Staff and Workers by Sector
5-12 of Staff and Workers in thin trade
5-13 units of state-owned industry, the number of workers in the post
5-14 units of various regions of the state-owned industry, the number of workers in the post
5-15 urban collective units Staff and Workers by Sector
5-16 units of various regions of the collective number of workers in the industry
5-17 units of other economic sectors in the Staff and Workers
5-18 unemployment rate in cities and towns and the number of registered unemployed
5-19 all regions registered urban unemployment and unemployment
5-20 and total wages index
5-21 and the average wage of workers in the post index
5-22 of Registration in average wage of workers
5-23 of fine industry average wage of workers is
5-24 regional average wage of workers in the post
Total wages of industry workers in the post 5-25
Total wage workers in the post 5-26 each region
5-27 of industry average wage of workers is
5-28 around the distinction between the average wage of workers in the post industry
5-29 units of state-owned industry gross wages
5-30 urban collective units of total industry wages
5-31 Other units of the total industry wages
Main Statistical Indicators
Sixth, the fixed asset investment
6-1 total fixed asset investment
6-2 by Registration of total fixed asset investment
6-3 by Source of Funds and total fixed asset investment
6-4 total fixed asset investment and composition
Total fixed asset investment in all regions 6-5
6-6 Region by Type of total fixed asset investment
6-7 and composition of various regions Grouped total fixed asset investment
6-8 each region by major industry of the total fixed asset investment
Investment in Residential Area 6-9
Construction 6-10 various regions of the whole society , completed housing area
6-11 according to the composition and nature of the construction of urban fixed asset investment
6-12 by funding source and affiliation of the urban fixed asset investment
6-13 by industry investment in urban fixed assets
6-14 by industry , type of affiliation and registered urban fixed asset investment
6-15 each region by major industry of urban fixed asset investment
6-16 urban fixed asset investment in various industries and new sources of funding fixed assets
Construction of urban fixed asset investment in various regions 6-17 , completed housing area
6-18 each region by industry add urban fixed asset investment in fixed assets
6-19 according to the composition and nature of the building construction project investment
6-20 by funding source and affiliation of the construction project investment
6-21 by Sector Investment Project
6-22 by industry , type of affiliation and registration of investment projects
6-23 by major industry sub- regional investment projects
6-24 of investment projects in various industries and new sources of funding fixed assets
6-25 regional construction projects , completed housing area
6-26 regional construction projects added by industry fixed assets
6-27 of 500 million yuan construction of urban regions , the number of production projects
6-28 by industry more than 500 million urban construction , the number of production projects
6-29 rural collective investment in fixed assets primarily targets
6-30 individual fixed asset investment and rural housing
6-31 Main Indicators of real estate development
6-32 Land real estate development enterprises ( units ) purchase
6-33 by the use of real estate development and construction investment
6-34 by Structure Investment Real Estate Development
6-35 real estate development enterprises ( units ) sources of funding
6-36 of real estate development and construction of housing construction area and completion rates
BASIC 6-37 regional real estate development company
6-38 regional real estate development and operation
6-39 by use of the actual commodity housing sales area
6-40 by use of actual sales of commodity housing
6-41 real estate development enterprises ( units ) construction, sales
6-42 real estate development enterprises ( units ) investments, capital and land conditions
Main Statistical Indicators
Seven Energy
7-1 and constitutes the total energy production
7-2 and constitutes the total energy consumption
7-3 elasticity of energy production
7-4 elasticity of energy consumption
7-5 varieties of primary energy consumption by industry
Variety of primary energy consumption by industry 7-6
7-7 Efficiency of Energy Conversion
Average daily energy consumption of 7-8
7-9 Overall Energy Balance Sheet
Main Statistical Indicators
Eight fiscal
8-1 regional revenue
8-2 calendar public budget revenues
8-3 public budget revenues
Various regions and the additional income tax 8-4
8-5 regional local public budget revenue
8-6 Local Public Expenditure Budget
Local public finance budget expenditures regions 8-7
Main Statistical Indicators
Nine , price
9-1 Price Index
9-2 Price Index
9-3 Consumer Price Index
9-4 Consumer Price Index
9-5 cities Consumer Price Index
9-6 of agricultural production price index
9-7 rural consumer price index for each geographical segment
Industrial producer price index Classification 9-8
9-9 of industrial producer price index classification
Main Statistical Indicators
Ten, people's lives
10-1 to improve people's material and cultural life situations
10-2 per capita income of urban and rural households and Engel coefficient
The basic situation of urban households 10-3
The average total household income per capita of urban 10-4
10-5 regional urban residents per capita average total annual household income
Annual disposable urban residents per capita income of each region 10-6
The average total household expenditure per capita urban 10-7
10-8 various regions of urban residents per capita annual household total expenditure
10-9 regional average annual consumption expenditure of urban residents per capita
10-10 average urban household consumption expenditure per capita
10-11 average urban household consumption expenditure per capita constituted
Major Commodities Households 10-12 Per Capita purchase
Urban households per 100 10-13 year-end durables ownership
Region 10-14 per 100 urban households durables ownership
10-15 housing situation of urban households
10-16 BASIC peasant family
10-17 peasant household per capita income and per capita net income
10-18 households per capita net income of farmers
10-19 regional peasant family net income sources
10-20 farmers per capita total expenditure
10-21 farmers each household per capita consumption expenditure
10-22 of rural residents per capita food consumption
10-23 per 100 farmer families end ownership of consumer durables
Per capita consumption of major food regions of rural residents 10-24
10-25 various regions of rural residents per 100 of Durable Consumer Goods
10-26 peasant family housing situation
Main Statistical Indicators
XI, City Overview
11-1 BASIC Urban Public Utilities
11-2 regional level urban facilities
11-3 various areas of the city construction
11-4 various regions of Municipal Facilities
11-5 regional urban water supply situation
11-6 Gas in Cities by Region
11-7 regional urban central heating cases
11-8 regional urban landscaping situations
11-9 regional urban sanitation situation
Main Statistical Indicators
XII Environmental Protection
12-1 BASIC Environmental Protection
Regional wastewater 12-2 and Treatment
12-3 regional industrial emissions and Treatment
12-4 regional industrial solid waste generation and treatment utilization
Main Statistical Indicators
XIII, agriculture
13-1 rural grassroots organizations and the basic situation of agriculture
13-2 major animal husbandry and fishery production
13-3 rural grassroots organization of
13-4 rural practitioners
13-5 Fishery
13-6 Fishery Index
13-7 Fishery Index
13-8 regional Fishery and index
Added value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 13-9
13-10 of agricultural machinery and agro-processing machinery ownership
13-11 plowing , irrigation area , fertilizer consumption , small hydropower stations in rural areas and rural electricity sales
13-12 regional fertilizer consumption
13-13 irrigation , reservoirs and waterlogging , flood control, Alkaline
13-14 regional irrigation case
13-15 regional water conservancy facilities and waterlogging rule base area
13-16 crop acreage
13-17 regional crop acreage
13-18 major agricultural production
Major agricultural production regions 13-19
13-20 major agricultural yield per unit area
Yield per unit area of major agricultural regions 13-21
13-22 fruits , silkworm cocoons , ginseng, reed production
13-23 fruits, silkworm cocoons, ginseng production
13-24 forestry production
13-25 regional afforestation area
13-26 large livestock
13-27 swine and sheep meat production and the first few
13-28 livestock production
13-29 various regions of Livestock
13-30 regional livestock production
13-31 fish production
13-32 aquatic products
13-33 Agricultural Institutions and staff
13-34 of crops affected and inundated area
13-35 State Farm basic conditions
Main Statistical Indicators
Fourteen , industrial
14-1 above-scale industrial output value of enterprises and the number of units
The number of industrial workers above scale 14-2
14-3 industrial output
14-4 Main Indicators of industrial enterprises above designated size of each region
14-5 Main Indicators of industrial enterprises above designated size All
14-6 by industrial enterprises above designated size of the main indicators of the industry
14-7 major economic indicators by industry of industrial enterprises above designated size
14-8 state-owned and state-holding industrial enterprises in key indicators
State-owned and state- holding industrial enterprises are mainly regional indicators 14-9
The main economic indicators 14-10 regional industrial enterprises above designated size
The main economic indicators 14-11 regional state-owned and state-holding industrial enterprises
14-12 by industry of above-scale industrial enterprises with foreign investment in key indicators
14-13 by industry and medium-sized industrial enterprises in key indicators
14-14 major economic indicators by industry and medium-sized industrial enterprises
14-15 medium-sized industrial enterprises in various regions of the main indicators
14-16 calendar of major industrial products
14-17 Industrial Products
14-18 above scale agro-industry of major economic indicators
Above -scale industrial raw materials 14-19 Main Economic Indicators
14-20 above scale equipment manufacturing major economic indicators
Main Statistical Indicators
Fifteen , construction
15-1 Construction Company Profile
The number of construction enterprises 15-2
15-3 major economic indicators of construction enterprises
15-4 construction output
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 surcharges and administrative expenses in the tax
Construction Enterprises by Region 15-9 total profit
The total profits of Construction Enterprises by Region 15-10
The total number of around 15-11 contracting and contracting construction companies, equipment and number
The number of state-owned general contracting construction companies and professional contractors , equipment and the number of regions 15-12
The total number of collective contracting and contracting construction companies , equipment and the number of regions 15-13
15-14 contracting and professional contractors throughout the total construction and completion of construction enterprise value
15-15 regional state-owned general contracting and construction contractor and completion of construction enterprises output value
15-16 regional collective professional contract with the general contractor for construction and completion of construction enterprise value
15-17 the total construction contracting construction contracting business and professional throughout and completed housing area
15-18 state-owned general contracting and construction contracting business building regional and completed housing area
Collective general contracting and construction contracting business building 15-19 regions and completed housing area
15-20 contracting and professional contractors throughout the total year-end balance of construction enterprises
15-21 regional state-owned general contracting and construction business professional contract at the end of the balance
15-22 regional collective general contracting and construction business professional contract at the end of the balance
15-23 throughout the total contracting and contracting and construction companies profit and loss allocation
15-24 regional state-owned general contracting and construction companies specialized contracting and allocation of profit or loss
15-25 regional collective professional contract with the general contractor and construction companies profit and loss allocation
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 freight traffic
16-6 cargo turnover
16-7 railway vehicles at the end of several real
16-8 , Liaoning Province, the main area of ​​the railway station passenger volume
16-9 , Liaoning Province, the main railway station to send cargo area
16-10 civilian vehicle ownership
The number of lines to reach the end of the road 16-11
16-12 ship ownership
16-13 Waterway passenger traffic
16-14 coastal port quay length and number of berths
16-15 coastal port throughput
16-16 Civil Aviation Traffic
16-17 Post and Telecommunications Services
16-18 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES 16-19 regional
16-20 level posts and telecommunications
Main Statistical Indicators
Seventeen , domestic trade
17-1 limit above the basic situation of wholesale and retail trade
17-2 Basic Conditions catering the accommodation industry
The total retail sales of social consumer goods 17-3
The total retail sales of social consumer goods each region 17-4
The total trade of goods in wholesale and retail sales of more than 17-5
The total trade merchandising 17-6 regions above the wholesale retail
17-7 above the wholesale , retail trade merchandising class values
Wholesale and Retail Trade Financial Indicators 17-8 over the limit
17-9 the accommodation and catering industry operating conditions
17-10 the accommodation and catering Financial Indicators
17-11 various regions of wholesale and retail trade corporate assets , liabilities and owners' equity
17-12 various regions of wholesale and retail trade Main Financial Indicators
17-13 various regions of wholesale and retail trade enterprises added value
17-14 regional added value of the accommodation catering
Main Statistical Indicators
Eighteen , Foreign Trade and Economic
Foreign Trade and Economic BASIC 18-1
18-2 total import and export
18-3 by the nature of the total import and export trade
18-4 total import and export various regions
Total import and export customs 18-5 with major countries ( regions )
The main export goods customs 18-6
18-7 Customs merchandise imports
18-8 utilization of foreign investment profile
Actual foreign direct investment in each region 18-9
18-10 by country, region of actual foreign direct investment
18-11 Foreign Direct Investment
18-12 by Sector Foreign Direct Investment Foreign signed contract situation
18-13 by Sector actual foreign direct investment
Registration of foreign-invested enterprises at the end of 18-14 Sector Distribution
18-15 foreign-invested enterprises registered cases of national , regional
18-16 foreign contracted projects and labor cooperation
Main Statistical Indicators
Nineteen , tourism
19-1 Development of Tourism
19-2 by Country of foreign tourist arrivals
19-3 by region tourist arrivals
19-4 tourism foreign exchange earnings by region
19-5 domestic tourist arrivals by region and income
Main Statistical Indicators
Twenty , the financial sector
20-1 financial institution deposits, loans
Balance of loans from financial institutions 20-2
20-3 deposits of financial institutions in each region
20-4 regional balance of loans from financial institutions
Main Statistical Indicators
Twenty-one, services
21-1 sub- regional focus services Main Financial Indicators
21-2 by the corporate nature of the main financial indicators focus on service enterprises
21-3 service companies by industry focus on key financial indicators
Main Statistical Indicators
XXII, education and technology
22-1 Basic Statistics on Education
22-2 circumstances types of schools at all levels
22-3 Postgraduates
22-4 sub-disciplines graduate students
22-5 BASIC ordinary colleges and universities
22-6 Higher Education Schools ( institutions ) Number of Students
22-7 regular undergraduate students of several disciplines
22-8 ordinary college ( vocational ) the number of subjects students
22-9 adult undergraduate students of several disciplines
22-10 adult college students of several disciplines
22-11 Network undergraduate students of several disciplines
22-12 network specialist sub- disciplines number of students
BASIC 22-13 various secondary vocational schools ( institutions )
22-14 secondary vocational schools ( institutions ) Student Division types of cases
22-15 high school Schools and Students
22-16 Junior High Schools and Students
22-17 Regular Primary Schools and Students
22-18 Normal School Graduates and school-age children enrollment rate at all levels
22-19 level of educational development
BASIC 22-20 regional colleges and universities
BASIC 22-21 regional secondary vocational schools
22-22 BASIC regional high school
22-23 BASIC ordinary junior regional
BASIC 22-24 regional ordinary primary schools
BASIC 22-25 regional special education
Each school district levels 22-26 per 100,000 population average number of students in school
Basic information technology activities 22-27
The basic situation of scientific research and development institutions 22-28
BASIC 22-29 LMEs Technology Activities
22-30 of scientific and technological activities
Main Statistical Indicators
Xxiii, culture, sports and health
23-1 BASIC Culture
23-2 radio and television broadcasting
23-3 books , magazines and newspapers published case
23-4 Composition Books Published
23-5 Sports Commission System Employees
23-6 World Records athletes over the years
23-7 world champion athlete breakdown situation
In recent years, world champion athlete 23-8 circumstances
23-9 Athletes by creating conditions for the Asian championship
23-10 sports exchanges with foreign cases
23-11 health agencies, number of beds , number of personnel
23-12 regional health institutions , number of beds
Personnel 23-13 regional health agencies
Main Statistical Indicators
XXIV other social activities
24-1 the previous number of representatives on behalf of the Provincial People's Congress
24-2 the previous number of members of the provincial CPPCC
24-3 Trade Unions
24-4 women's organizations case
BASIC 24-5 lawyers, notaries , mediation
24-6 domestic Notarial Documents
24-7 Notary classification
24-8 mediate civil disputes Category
24-9 TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
24-10 FIRES
Accidents happen all regions 24-11
24-12 marriage registration and divorce cases
24-13 regional marriage registration and divorce cases
24-14 of social welfare undertakings, the number of units and the number of corporate staff
24-15 Social welfare institutions BASIC
Urban and rural residents in various regions of 24-16 cases a minimum living standard security system
24-17 BASIC regional special care
24-18 BASIC social welfare enterprises
24-19 Region Basic Pension Insurance
24-20 regional unemployment insurance case
Basic Medical Insurance 24-21 regional
Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix
Appendix 12,012 provinces ( cities, districts ) of major economic indicators
Appendix 2 2012 provincial cities the basic situation ( region number )
Appendix 3 2012 BASIC cities and municipal districts
Appendix 4 Shenyang Economic Zone of major economic indicators
Appendix 5 coastal economic belt of major economic indicators
Appendix 6 major economic indicators of Northwest Liaoning
72,012 cities and the basic situation of agricultural counties in Appendix
Appendix 8 2012 Northeast main indicators of economic
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