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Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2009

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 07/2009
ISBN: 9787503756788
Publisher: China Statistics Press
Series: Tibet Statistical Yearbook
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"Tibet Statistical Yearbook" (2009) is a highly information-intensive information tool. This publication contains the 2008 Tibet's economic and social development in areas such as statistics, as well as since the peaceful liberation of Tibet in all the main period of some of the key statistics. Is at home and abroad from all walks of life to understand Tibet, the Tibetan understanding of the important information tool.
Second, the book is divided into 19 items, that is, 1. Administrative divisions and natural resources; 2. Synthesis; 3. Population; 4. Practitioners and wages; 5. Fixed assets investment; 6. Finance; 7. Price; 8 . people's lives; 9. agriculture; 10. industry; 11. the construction industry; 12. transport, posts and telegraphs; 13. domestic trade; 14. foreign economic trade and tourism; 15. finance and insurance; 16. education, science and technology and culture; 17. public health, sports and environmental protection; 18. counties (districts, cities) the main statistical data; 19. all provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) statistics. In order to facilitate the proper use of data readers, the book also included at the end of Main Statistical Indicators.
Third, the Yearbook aggregates are calculated when the current price. Tibet's GDP and value-added production, agricultural output, industrial output index and the growth rate calculated according to comparable prices.
Table of Contents
The first administrative divisions and natural resources
1-1 Administrative Division
List of administrative divisions 1-2
1-3 counties (cities, districts) Category
1-4 hydrological basin area of Tibet
1-5 in Tibet more than 200 square kilometers area of the lake
1-6 in Tibet for more than 5000 meters above sea level of the lake
The second integrated
2-1 several of various sectoral agencies
2-2 the total national economic and social development indicators and speed
2-3 the structure of national economic and social development indicators
2-4 The main socio-economic activities of daily average
Per capita of major economic indicators 2-5
2-6 GDP
Tibet's GDP constituted 2-7
2-8 GDP index
2-9 GDP index
2-10 sub-region's GDP
2-11 sub-region's GDP growth rate
The third population
3-1 the number of households and population
3-2 fertility, mortality, natural growth rate
Population and constitute 3-3
3-4 of the national population
3-5 all over the city population
3-6 all over the city's birth rate, mortality, natural growth rate
3-7 sub-county population
Fourth of employees and wages
4-1 points according to three industry practitioners
4-2 employees in a number of various sectors of the national economy (2008)
Kong 4-3 in the region and pose a number of employees
4-4 sub-types of various sectors, sub-region the number of on-the-job workers (2008)
4-5 the number of women employees
4-6 units in all regions of the state-owned economic sector the number of female employees (2008)
4-7 units around the city of the state-owned economy in the post sub-sector employees (2008)
Cities and towns around the city of 4-8 units of the collective economy sector the number of on-the-job workers (2008)
4-9 unit of labor compensation case workers (2008)
4-10 on-the-job workers and constitute the total amount of wages
4-11 total wage index
4-12 units around the city branch of the state-owned economy in the total wage Kong (2008)
4-13 sub-types of various sectors, sub-regions in the total wage Kong (2008)
4-14 sub-types of various sectors, sub-regional average wage of on-the-job workers (2008)
4-15 units around the city of the state-owned economy in the post sub-sector average wage of workers (2008)
4-16 cities and towns around the city unit of the collective economy sector workers in total wages Kong (2008)
4-17 cities and towns around the city unit of the collective economy sector the average wage of workers in the Gang (2008)
4-18 on-the-job workers and the average wage index
The fifth chapter of investment in fixed assets
5-1 in total fixed asset investment
Regions 5-2 in total fixed asset investment (2008)
5-3 in total fixed asset investment
Completion of cities and towns to invest 5-4
5-5 by a variety of urban sub-investment
5-6 of the national economy sector investment for urban construction, the number of production projects (2008)
5-7 sub-sectors of the national economy and new urban investment in fixed assets (2008)
5-8 according to the various sub-groups of rural investment
5-9 by the state-owned economy of the region a variety of sub-investment in fixed assets (2008)
5-10 by the state-owned economy of investment in fixed assets of various sub-groups
5-11 sub-regional cities and towns to invest (2008)
Completion of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway to invest 5-12
5-13 Main Indicators of Real Estate Development
Part VI of the Financial
6-1 years of total revenue and expenditure and the index
6-2, the local revenue accounted for the proportion of GDP
6-3 the basic situation of the local revenue
6-4 the basic situation of financial expenditure
6-5 all over the financial revenues and expenditures of the city
6-6 all over the city of fiscal revenue in the proportion of GDP
Title VII Price Index
Price Index for the region 7-1
7-2 consumer price index
7-3 consumer price index (2008)
7-4 the retail price index (2008)
7-5 the retail price index (2008)
7-6 price index of agricultural means of production (2008)
Part VIII of the people's livelihood
8-1 to improve people's material and cultural life situation
8-2 urban and rural households and per capita income index
8-3 regions per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen
8-4 regions per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen and the level of consumption expenditure (2008)
8-5 various regions of urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending
Consumer level 8-6 region
8-7 basic conditions of urban households
8-8 urban households on average have 100 at the end of the volume of consumer durables
8-9 of urban residents throughout the year the average family to buy the number of main commodities
8-10 points based on the income level of urban households on average have 100 at the end of the volume of consumer durable goods (2008)
8-11 of urban residents per capita household consumption expenditures throughout the year
8-12 grouped by income level of urban residents per capita household consumption expenditures  (2008 years)
8-13 of urban residents per capita household cash income and expenditure throughout the year (2008)
8-14 points based on income levels per capita of urban residents throughout the year the family purchased the number of major commodities (2008)
8-15 the basic situation of rural households
8-16 of rural residents per capita total income of families
8-17 of rural residents per capita net income of the family
8-18 rural households spending an average life
8-19 rural households consumption of major physical
8-20 of rural residents per capita household food balance of payments
8-21 rural households on average 100 major durable goods ownership
8-22 rural households production of major agricultural products, the sale of the volume of
Part IX of agriculture
9-1 basic conditions of rural and agricultural
9-2 basic conditions in rural areas
9-3 of rural practitioners
Output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 9-4
Output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 9-5 Index
Output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery 9-6 Index
9-7 forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries all over the city of GDP
9-8 throughout the agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output City index
9-9 breakdown of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery production
9-10 breakdown of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery production constitute
Rural social output value of the region 9-11
9-12 constitute a rural social output value
9-13 production of agricultural commodities
9-14 arable land
9-15 the end of the main agricultural machinery ownership
9-16 agricultural electrification, chemical and water situation
9-17 The main crop sown area
The main crop products 9-18
9-19 major agricultural yield per unit area
9-20 crop acreage and yield
9-21 tea garden, orchard area and tea, and fruit production
9-22 afforestation area of the situation around the City (2008)
9-23 Forestry production
9-24 the end of the situation of livestock
9-25 cattle, pigs, sheep slaughter case
9-26 livestock production
Title X, the industrial
10-1 the number of units of industrial enterprises above the township level
Total industrial output value of 10-2
10-3 industrial output index
10-4 industrial output index
10-5 total industrial output value of industry above the township level
10-6 city subdivision number of units of industrial enterprises above the township level and industrial output (2008)
10-7 full-scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
10-8 the size of the following major economic indicators of industrial enterprises
10-9 all the industrial enterprises above designated size classification of type of major economic indicators (2008)
10-10 full-scale sub-sector industrial enterprises of major economic indicators (2008)
10-11 scale industrial enterprises in the following sub-sectors of major economic indicators (2008)
10-12 minutes to all above-scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators (2008)
10-13 sub-regional scale of the following major economic indicators of industrial enterprises (2008)
Output of major industrial products 10-14
Part XI of the construction industry
11-1 production of construction enterprises
11-2 production of state-owned construction enterprises
11-3 production of collective construction enterprises
The financial situation of construction enterprises 11-4
11-5 the financial situation of state-owned construction enterprises
11-6 collective financial situation of construction enterprises
11-7 major economic indicators of state-owned construction
11-8 collective construction of major economic indicators
Productive efficiency of the construction industry indicators 11-9
11-10 indicators of production efficiency of state-owned construction
11-11 production in the construction industry all over the City (2008)
Part XII of transport and postal service
12-1 roads, bridges, ferry
12-2 society as a whole passenger and cargo traffic and volume
12-3 road passenger and freight transport volume, volume (2008)
12-4 civilian vehicle ownership (2008)
12-5 communications network of Posts and Telecommunications
12-6 volume of Posts and Telecommunications
Part XIII of Domestic Trade
13-1 above wholesale and retail trade of goods purchased, the total sales (2008)
13-2 above the owner of the wholesale and retail trade economic indicators (2008)
13-3 above the main wholesale and retail sales of commodity classification (2008)
The total retail sales of consumer goods 13-4
13-5 by economic type of total retail sales of social consumer goods
13-6 by industry of total retail sales of social consumer goods
Part XIV of Foreign Economic Trade and Tourism
The total import and export trade 14-1
Border import and export trade volume 14-2
The total export trade 14-3
The total import trade 14-4
14-5 tourism arrivals and tourism income
Part XV of the financial and insurance
Deposit-taking financial institutions 15-1
15-2 of the loans of financial institutions
15-3 Cash Income and Expenditure
15-4 Bank of cash income
15-5 Cash Expenditures
Economic and technical indicators for business 15-6
Part XVI education, science and technology and cultural
16-1, the basic situation of education
The number of types of schools at all levels, 16-2
16-3 staff at all levels, the number of types of schools
16-4 of various types, the number of school teachers
16-5 types of schools at all levels, the number of students in school
16-6 Admission few types of schools at all levels
16-7 of various types, the number of school leavers
16-8 colleges and universities the number of students in school subjects
Polyclinic, a few colleges and universities admissions 16-9
The number of higher education graduates 16-10 Polyclinic
16-11 secondary school students in several subjects
Burden of 16-12 students at all levels the number of school teachers
16-13 junior high school graduates and the rate of primary school graduates and primary school enrollment rate of school-age children
An average of 16-14 per million population in the number of students in school and primary and secondary school students constitute a
16-15 full-time teachers in colleges and universities the number of subjects (2008)
16-16 full-time higher education teachers, teacher qualifications from outside the situation (2008)
16-17 female students at all levels of schools and the number of female teachers
16-18 of the basic conditions of ordinary secondary schools (2008)
16-19 of the basic conditions of ordinary primary schools (2008)
16-20 the number of professional and technical personnel
16-21 autonomous systems technology activities of the Association for Science and Technology
16-22 institutions of scientific research and technological development activities of the Science and Technology
16-23 of culture and arts, heritage and the publishing industry utilities and personnel situation
16-24 books, magazines published by the situation
The publication of 16-25 newspapers
16-26 radio, television basic information
16-27 radio and television broadcast time
Seventeenth chapter of sports, health, environmental protection
17-1 Sports Bureau employees
17-2 level athletes (2008)
Government aid sports 17-3
17-4  sports lottery sales, the Community Chest and the tax situation
17-5 environmental protection system agencies, the number of
17-6 "three wastes" discharge and governance
The cause of the development of health 17-7
The number of health institutions 17-8
17-9 The number of beds in health institutions and health professionals a number of
17-10 region health care institutions, beds and personnel (2008)
Around 17-11 (city) health institutions, beds and personnel (2008)
Part XVIII counties (cities, districts) Main Statistical Indicators
18-1 rural practitioners (2008)
18-2 forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries, industrial output (2008)
Agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery production value of 18-3
18-4 end of the arable land (2008)
18-5 crop area (2008)
18-6 major crop production (2008)
18-7 end of the first number of livestock and meat production (2008)
18-8 dairy, leather, wool production (2008)
Part XIX provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) statistics
19-1 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP (2008)
19-2 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP composition (2008)
19-3 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of the total population and number of employees (2008)
19-4 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) the average wage of workers (2008)
19-5 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of investment in fixed assets (2008)
19-6 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of major agricultural and livestock production (2008)
19-7 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of industrial enterprises above designated size of major economic indicators (2008)
19-8 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of total retail sales of consumer goods (2008)
19-9 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) people's lives (2008)
19-10 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities the consumer price index (2008)
19-11 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) administrative division (2008)
19-12 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output value (2008)
19-13 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of industrial enterprises above the scale of the main economic indicators (2008)
19-14 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) the situation of international tourism reception
19-15 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) passenger and cargo traffic (2008)
19-16 12 western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) total import and export volume (2008)
Appendix
Appendix 1: Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix 2: Government Work Report
Appendix 3: With regard to the 2008 national economic and social development plan in 2009 with the implementation of national economic and social development of the draft plan report
Appendix 4: With regard to the Tibet Autonomous Region Budget 2008 and in 2009 the implementation of the Draft Budget
5:2008 Appendix year national economic and social development of the Tibet Autonomous Region Statistical Bulletin
Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2009
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