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Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2010

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 08/2010
ISBN: 9787503759758
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1, "Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2010" is a comprehensive system reflecting the Shaanxi Province, the economic, social, scientific and technological development of annual data. According to the province of professional book data processed Statistical Yearbook, and a collection of city, county and provincial departments of statistics.
    
Second, the book is divided into 21 parts: 1. Administrative divisions and natural resources; 2. Comprehensive; 3. National accounts; 4. Population; 5. Employees and wages of workers; 6. Investment in fixed assets; 7. Energy: 8. Financial; 9. Price index; 10. People's lives; 11. Environment and urban; 12. Agriculture; 13. Industry; 14. Construction industry; 15. Transport and Telecommunications; 16. Domestic trade; 17. Foreign trade and tourism; 18. Finance and insurance; 19. Education, technology and culture; 20. Sports, health and other; 21. Provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions of indicators. Shaanxi Statistical Appendix for 2009 Events. For ease of use, the articles listed in front of the main statistical indicators and statistical summary chart attached to the back of Main Statistical Indicators.
    
Third, the information in this book to 2009 was mainly focused on indicators listed in the year since the reform and opening up the information.
    
4, according to the Yearbook of the second economic census on national accounts, energy, industry, domestic trade and some other historical data has been adjusted, any discrepancy with the yearbook, and are subject to the yearbook.

Table of Contents
First, administrative divisions and natural resources
1-1 administrative divisions of Shaanxi Province
1-2 List of administrative divisions of Shaanxi Province
Natural conditions and resources 1-3
Land status 1-4
1-5 Main Mountain
1-6 the main river
1-7 to maintain reserves of major mineral
1-8 Shaanxi reserves of mineral reserves rank the top 10 of the minerals
1-9 Shaanxi important mineral reserves to maintain the order of precedence in the country and western
Basic climatic conditions in major cities 1-10
The average temperature of 1-11 major cities
1-12 precipitation in major cities
1-13 hours of sunshine in major cities
1-14 People's Congress of Shaanxi Province previous representation
1-15 Political Consultative Committee in Shaanxi Province the number of previous
Main Statistical Indicators
Second, comprehensive
2-1 day Shaanxi
2-2 Shaanxi Province, accounting for the major share of the socio-economic indicators
2-3 overall economic and social development indicators
2-4 speed economic and social development indicators
The main structure of the national economy indicators 2-5
2-6, the proportion of national economic and social development and efficiency indicators
2-7 average level of socio-economic key indicators
2-8 per capita industrial and agricultural output of main products
2-9 cities (districts) the main indicators of national economy
2-10 Number of Corporate Units
Number of units of industrial activities 2-11
2-12 grouped by body type and number of employees number of corporate units
2-13 cities, counties (cities, districts) the number of corporate units and employees
2-14 cities, counties (cities, districts) the number of units and employees in industrial activities
Main Statistical Indicators
3, National Accounts
3-1 Gross Domestic Product
3-2 GDP index
3-3 GDP index
Contribution rate of three industries 3-4
Pulling rate of 3-5 three industries
3-6 GDP by industry
3-7 non-public economic value added
3-8 cities (districts) of GDP
3-9 cities (districts) GDP Index
3-10 counties (cities, districts) of GDP
Main Statistical Indicators
Fourth, the population
4-1 and composition of population
The natural changes 4-2
4-3 municipalities (district) resident population and the natural growth rate
4-4 Population Age structure and dependency ratio
4-5 cities (districts) family planning
4-6 cities, counties (cities, districts) resident population
4-7 cities, counties (cities, districts) and the total number of household population
Main Statistical Indicators
Five, practitioners and staff wages
5-1 Number of Employed Persons
5-2 enterprises, institutions, organizations, and the number of total wages
5-3 Number of Employed Persons by Sector
5-4 pm Staff and Workers in Figures
5-5 of workers is the number of professional and technical personnel carve industry
5-6 cities (districts) in the post of Staff and Workers
Staff and Workers and 5-7 in total wages
Average wage and index 5-8
5-9 of urban employment sub-sector remuneration
5-10 Staff and Workers by Sector in total wages
5-11 cities (districts) of urban employment and labor compensation in the total amount of Employees
5-12 new jobs were created and placed source destination
5-13 registered unemployed and the unemployment rate
The basic situation of social security 5-14
5-15 Pension Fund appropriations situation
5-16 participated in basic pension insurance, workers and retirees
5-17 Basic Conditions of Unemployment Insurance
5-18 cities, counties (cities, districts) of urban employment, number of employees and wages
Main Statistical Indicators
Sixth, investment in fixed assets
6-1 Investment in Fixed Assets
6-2 by Rural Investment in Fixed Assets
Add 6-3 whole social fixed assets
6-4 area of residential buildings completed in the whole of society
6-5 Investment in Fixed Assets, and constitutes the main target
6-6 cities (districts) investment in fixed assets
6-7 constitute the province by national industry and investment in sub-towns
6-8 investment in the provincial economy of urban construction of various industries, and the number of new fixed assets put into the project
Urban investment in new production capacity of 6-9 or benefits
6-10 Eight pillar industries of urban investment
6-11 urban infrastructure investment
6-12 of financial fixed asset investment funding sources
6-13 urban financial investment funding sources
6-14 units of investment funds from state-owned economy
6-15 municipalities (district) towns sources of investment funds
6-16 cities (districts) of investment funds from state-owned economic units
6-17 municipalities (district) registered by type of economic investment in cities and towns
6-18 cities (districts) Grouped by investment in towns
6-19 municipalities (district) towns by Sector Investment
6-20 cities (districts) investment in the energy industry towns
6-21 cities (districts) by Structure of the Urban Investment
6-22 cities (districts) according to the nature of the urban construction investment
6-23 cities (districts) by the construction phase of the urban investment sub-
6-24 municipalities (district) the construction of urban investment, production projects and the number of new fixed assets
6-25 municipalities (district) towns to invest in housing construction area and the cost
6-26 Main Indicators of investment in real estate development and structure
6-27 real estate investment funds
6-28 cities (districts) and new real estate development and investment in fixed assets
6-29 cities (districts) according to the composition and use of sub-project investment in real estate development
6-30 size and cost of real estate development
6-31 commodity housing sales
6-32 Real Estate Development and Management
6-33 Basic Real Estate Development Company
6-34 counties (cities, districts) of urban fixed asset investment
Main Statistical Indicators
7, energy
7-1 energy production, consumption and composition
7-2 primary energy balance
Energy production increased by a factor 7-3
7-4 per million in energy production
Efficiency of energy conversion 7-5
7-6 unit GDP energy consumption
7-7 cities (districts) unit GDP energy consumption
7-8 unit energy consumption of industrial value added
7-9 unit GDP power consumption
7-10 of energy consumption elasticity coefficient
7-11 average daily consumption of various energy
7-12 per million in total industrial output value of energy consumption
7-13 total electricity across the province
7-14 primary energy consumption by industry group
Main Statistical Indicators
8, Financial
8-1 Revenue and Expenditure
8-2 local finance sub-project expenditure
8-3 cities, counties (cities, districts) local revenue
Main Statistical Indicators
9, the price index
9-1 retail price and consumer price index
9-2 Retail Price Index by Category
9-3 Consumer Price Index by Category
9-4 19 cities and counties the retail price index
9-5 19 cities and counties the consumer price index
9-6 of agricultural means of production price index
9-7 ex-factory price indices of industrial products
9-8 main raw materials, fuel, power, price indices
9-9 Price Indices of Investment in fixed assets
9-10 real estate price index
9-11 agricultural products price index
Main Statistical Indicators
10, living
10-1 Basic Conditions of people's lives
10-2 per capita income of urban and rural residents and the Engel coefficient
10-3 municipalities (districts) per capita income of urban and rural residents
10-4 balance of savings deposits of urban and rural residents
10-5 Basic Conditions of Urban Households
10-6 per capita cash income of urban households
10-7 per capita consumption expenditure of urban households
10-8 average urban household Purchases of Major Commodities
10-9 of people of different income levels and household durable goods ownership is the basic condition
10-10 people of different income levels per capita cash income of the family
10-11 people of different income levels per capita cash expenditure of households
10-12 people of different income levels per capita household consumption expenditures
10-13 people of different income levels per capita purchase of major commodities in the number of families
10-14 living conditions of urban households
10-15 survey cities and counties (districts) Key Indicators of Urban Household Survey
10-16 Basic Conditions of Rural Households
10-17 total income of rural residents and per capita household net income
10-18 rural households grouped by per capita net income Basic
Rural Households 10-19 Per Capita Living Expenditure
Rural Households 10-20 Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (Net Income)
Rural Households 10-21 Per Capita consumption of the main physical and possession of durable goods per 100
Rural Households 10-22 Per Capita consumption of the main physical and possession of durable goods per one hundred (by net income groups)
10-23 counties (cities, districts) per capita income of urban and rural residents
Main Statistical Indicators
11, the environment and the city
11-1 Basic Conditions of Environmental Protection
11-2 municipalities (districts) of industrial solid waste discharge and treatment situation
11-3 municipalities (districts) and industrial wastewater treatment capacity
11-4 municipalities (district) waste water treatment facility operation
11-5 municipalities (districts) and processing of industrial waste gas emissions
11-6 level of urban facilities
11-7 City Municipal Facilities
11-8 urban water supply situation
11-9 city gas situation
11-10 urban landscape situations
11-11 urban environmental sanitation situation
11-12 National Scenic Area
Main Statistical Indicators
12, Agriculture
12-1 grassroots organizations in rural areas, rural households and population
12-2 Rural Laborers
12-3 municipalities (districts) Rural Employment
12-4 municipalities (district) water conservation
Cultivated area 12-5
12-6 municipalities (districts) Cultivated area
Animal husbandry and fishery output 12-7
12-8 municipalities (districts) animal husbandry and fishery output value
Animal husbandry and fishery output value index 12-9
12-10 animal husbandry and fishery output value index
12-11 animal husbandry and fishery sub-output
12-12 animal husbandry and fishery value added
12-13 cities (districts) the added value of agriculture, forestry
12-14 Major Farm Crops
12-15 cities (districts) of Major Farm Crops
Product yield of crops 12-16
12-17 municipalities (district) production of major crops products
12-18 main crop yield per unit area
12-19 cities (districts) main crop yield per unit area
12-20 tea, mulberry, fruit size and yield
12-21 fruit production
12-22 cities (districts) tea, mulberry, fruit size and yield
12-23 primary forest products output
12-24 municipalities (district) production of major forest products
12-25 cities (districts) forestation
12-26 animal husbandry and fishery production
12-27 cities (districts) the situation of livestock
12-28 cities (districts) of animal products and aquatic products
12-29 cases of food-producing county
Case 12-30 commodity cotton base in County
12-31 tobacco-producing county case
12-32 Apple Base County case
12-33 County pear base case
12-34 Kiwi base county condition
12-35 municipalities (district) disaster
Modernization of Agriculture 12-36
12-37 cities (districts) Modernization of Agriculture
12-38 small and medium enterprises, non-public enterprises had revenues of 500 million yuan of rural
12-39 small and medium enterprises, non-public enterprises had revenues of billions of village
12-40 cities, counties (cities, districts) the main indicators of the rural economy
Main Statistical Indicators
13, industry
13-1 total industrial output value
13-2 scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
13-3 over the scale of the main economic indicators of industrial enterprises
13-4 scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
13-5 scale industrial enterprises sub-sector of major economic indicators
13-6 state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
13-7 foreign and overseas-invested industrial enterprises in key economic indicators
13-8 Main Economic Indicators of Large and Medium Enterprises
13-9 scale industrial enterprises the main economic indicators
13-10 sub-sector industrial enterprises above the scale of the main economic indicators
13-11 state-owned and state holding industrial enterprises the main economic indicators
13-12 foreign and overseas-invested industrial enterprises in key economic indicators
13-13 medium-sized industrial enterprises in key economic indicators
13-14 Eight pillar industries of major economic indicators
13-15 Major Industrial Products
13-16 Main industrial products
13-17 cities (districts) of industrial output value of industrial enterprises above designated size
13-18 cities (districts) the added value of industrial enterprises above designated size
13-19 cities (districts) the number of units of large industrial enterprises
13-20 cities (districts) output value of industrial enterprises above designated size
13-21 cities (districts) of total assets in large-scale industrial enterprises
13-22 cities (districts) of large industrial enterprises Total Liabilities
13-23 municipalities (district) scale industrial enterprises the main business income
13-24 cities (districts) the total profits of industrial enterprises above designated size
13-25 cities (districts) of large industrial enterprises Average Number of Staff
13-26 cities (districts) and medium-sized industrial enterprises in the number of units, gross output value and total assets
Main Statistical Indicators
14, the construction industry
14-1 Gross Output Value
14-2 construction enterprises with qualification levels of the major production targets
14-3 has the qualification level of the main financial indicators of construction enterprises
14-4 construction contractor general contractor and professional construction enterprise key indicators
14-5 construction contractor general contractor and professional construction enterprise key financial indicators
14-6 service sub-indicators of construction enterprises mainly produce
14-7 service sub Main Financial Indicators of Construction Enterprises
14-8 municipalities (regions) the number of construction enterprises
14-9 municipalities (district) employees in construction enterprises
14-10 cities (districts) Construction Enterprises
14-11 cities (districts) Construction Labor Productivity
14-12 cities (districts) value of construction enterprises completed
14-13 cities (districts) construction enterprises of Buildings Under Construction
14-14 cities (districts) Construction Enterprise Building Completed
14-15 cities (districts) completed housing construction enterprise value
14-16 municipalities (district) owned construction enterprises Construction Machinery and Equipment
14-17 municipalities (district) owned construction enterprises Number of Machinery and Equipment Construction
14-18 municipalities (district) owned construction enterprises Construction Machinery & Equipment
14-19 cities (districts) of steel consumption in construction enterprises
14-20 cities (districts) of wood consumption in construction enterprises
14-21 cities (districts) of cement consumption in construction enterprises
14-22 cities (districts) Total assets of construction enterprises
14-23 cities (districts) Total Liabilities of Construction Enterprises
14-24 cities (districts) Construction of Fixed Assets
14-25 cities (districts) construction enterprises current assets
14-26 cities (districts) paid-in capital construction enterprises
14-27 cities (districts) Construction Enterprise settlement income
14-28 cities (districts) the total tax construction enterprises
14-29 cities (districts) the total profits of construction enterprises
14-30 municipalities (district) project payment due at the end of construction enterprises
14-31 cities (regions) the average number of construction enterprises
14-32 cities (districts) main economic indicators of construction enterprises
Main Statistical Indicators
15, Transport and Telecommunications
15-1 Transportation Routes, quality and the transport network density
15-2 rail, road and air routes line length
15-3 means of transport
15-4 municipalities (district) highway mileage
15-5 Passenger Traffic, passenger turnover and composition
15-6 freight, cargo turnover and composition
15-7 civilian car ownership
15-8 private vehicle ownership
15-9 Highway Department operating car ownership
15-10 Railway Passenger and Freight Traffic
15-11 provincial passenger and cargo transport volume of the road transport sector
15-12 Railway main economic and technical indicators
15-13 Railway main financial indicators and labor productivity
15-14 Railway sub-category of the goods sent and the number of loading
15-15 Main Indicators of road transport
15-16 Business Volume of Post and Telecommunications
15-17 cities (districts) of Posts and Telecommunications in business
15-18 Business Volume of Post and Telecommunications constitute
15-19 cities (districts) Post Office Exchange and postal routes
15-20 cities (districts) communication tools possession of Posts and Telecommunications
15-21 Main Financial Indicators of Telecom Companies
15-22 postal and telecommunications standards
Main Statistical Indicators
16, domestic trade
16-1 wholesale outlets, staff
16-2 retail outlets, staff
16-3 catering outlets, staff
16-4 Number of wholesale outlets
16-5 Number of retail outlets
16-6 Number of catering outlets
16-7 wholesale trade employees
16-8 retail employees
16-9 restaurant employees
16-10 cities (districts) wholesale and retail trade, catering outlets, staff
16-11 cities (districts) wholesale and retail trade, catering outlets number
16-12 cities (districts) wholesale and retail trade, catering industry employees
16-13 of wholesale and retail trade, hotels and catering industry, the number of corporate enterprises and employees
16-14 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods
16-15 municipalities (district), total retail sales
16-16 cities (districts) by sales region and industry retail sales of social consumer goods
16-17 cities, counties (cities, districts), total retail sales
16-18 Above wholesale purchase of goods, sales, inventory total
16-19 Above the retail purchase of goods, sales, inventory total
16-20 cities (districts) of wholesale trade total purchases
16-21 cities (regions) limit the total amount above the purchase of retail goods
16-22 cities (districts) of wholesale trade sales of goods
16-23 cities (districts) Above Retail Trade
16-24 cities (regions) limit the total amount above wholesale commodity stocks
16-25 cities (regions) limit the total stock of goods for more than retail
16-26 of wholesale and retail value of goods sold category
16-27 over limit the operation of the accommodation industry
16-28 Catering Trade above operation
16-29 cities (districts) Above the accommodation industry and catering operation
16-30 of wholesale and retail, restaurant Financial Indicators
16-31 of wholesale Financial Indicators
16-32 Above the main financial indicators of retail
16-33 Above Catering Financial Indicators
16-34 Above Accommodation Financial Indicators
16-35 Wholesale and retail trade, catering chain operation
16-36 focus on the market value of goods sold category
16-37 Commodity Exchange Market focus
16-38 cities (regions) limit the energy consumption of catering enterprises above
16-39 refined oil wholesale enterprises across the province energy purchase, sales and inventory
16-40 refined oil retail enterprises across the province (units) of energy commodity sales and inventory
16-41 cities (districts) of refined oil wholesale enterprises amount of energy purchased
16-42 cities (districts) of energy sales of refined oil wholesale enterprises
16-43 cities (districts) of refined oil wholesale enterprises of energy at the end of inventory
16-44 cities (districts) of refined oil retail enterprises (units) of energy commodity sales
16-45 cities (districts) of refined oil retail enterprises (units) of energy commodities inventory at the end of
Main Statistical Indicators
17, foreign trade and tourism
17-1 total value of export
17-2 by Trade total import trade
17-3 by Trade value exports
17-4 by Country (Region) sub-total value of export
17-5 by Country (Region) sub-total value of imports of foreign trade
17-6 by Country (Region) sub total exports
17-7 Exports Value
The amount of imported goods classification 17-8
17-9 major export quantity, amount
17-10 Main import commodity, the amount of
17-11 use of foreign capital
17-12 Foreign Investment
17-13 total tourism income and the total number of
17-14 tourism development
17-15 tourist arrivals by country
17-16 cities (districts) of Foreign Economic and International Tourism
17-17 Basic Conditions of the main star hotel
Main Statistical Indicators
18, finance and insurance
18-1 Deposits of financial institutions, loans
18-2 securities owners to the situation
18-3 Insurance premium income
18-4 insurance property insurance premium income divided
18-5 Property Insurance claims and benefits expenses
18-6 Life insurance premium income divided
18-7 life insurance claims and payment of expenses
Main Statistical Indicators
19, education, technology and culture
19-1 Basic Conditions of education at all levels
19-2 Basic Conditions of Colleges and Universities
19-3 Basic Conditions of secondary vocational school
19-4 of Schools
19-5 Basic Conditions of Primary Schools
19-6 Basic Technical School
19-7 technological achievements registered in the province where
19-8 units of local state-owned enterprises professional and technical personnel
19-9 local professional and technical personnel of state-owned institutions
19-10 cases a variety of technical contract is signed
19-11 Patent Project
19-12 culture
19-13 Cultural Institutions and personnel
19-14 public art and cultural centers (stations) activities
19-15 cultural relics
19-16 Publishing
19-17 magazines, newspapers, publishing
19-18 Broadcasting and Television
19-19 cities (districts) the number and volume of books, libraries, radio and television coverage of the population
Main Statistical Indicators
20, sports, health and other
20-1 sports
The development level of the number of athletes 20-2
20-3 Sports Activities
20-4 health institutions, beds and staff numbers
20-5 various health institutions, beds and staff numbers
20-6 infectious disease morbidity and mortality
20-7 were the first 10 Diseases
20-8 municipalities (district) health institutions, beds and staff numbers
20-9 rural village situation in the WHO
20-10 community health service centers (stations) situation
20-11 new rural cooperative medical condition
20-12 Social Welfare and enterprises, institutions and personnel
20-13 Social Welfare Institutions
20-14 Basic Conditions of Social Welfare Enterprises
20-15 urban community service facilities
20-16 Trade Union
20-17 women's work
20-18 lawyers, notaries, and people's mediation work
20-19 Domestic Notarial Documents by Type
20-20 Marriage Registration
Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2010
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