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Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2010

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 06/2010
ISBN: 9787503759581
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1, "Tibet Statistical Yearbook" (2010) is a highly information-intensive information tool. This book contains the 2009 Tibet's economic and social development of all aspects of statistics, as well as since the peaceful liberation of Tibet, each of the major periods of some of the key statistics. With others at home and abroad understand Tibet's important informational tool.
Second, the book consists of 18 study items, or 1. Administrative divisions and natural resources; 2. Comprehensive; 3. Population, practitioners and staff salaries; 4. Fixed assets investment; 5. Financial; 6. Prices; 7. The people life; 8. agriculture; 9. industry; 10. the construction industry; 11. Transport and Telecommunications; 12. domestic trade; 13. foreign trade and tourism; 14. finance and insurance; 15. education, technology and culture; 16. health, sports and environmental protection; 17. counties (districts, municipalities) mainly statistical information; 18. all provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) statistics. In order to facilitate readers on the correct use of information, end of the book is accompanied by Main Statistical Indicators.

Table of Contents
Administrative divisions and natural resources first
1-1 Administrative Division
1-2 List of administrative divisions
1-3 counties (cities, districts) classification
River drainage area in Tibet 1-4
1-5 larger than 200 square kilometers in Tibet lake
1-6 more than 5,000 meters above sea level in Tibet lake
Second comprehensive
2-1 departments Institutions
2-2 overall national economic and social development and the speed indicator
2-3 Structure of economic and social development indicators
2-4 Average Daily Social and Economic Activities
2-5 per capita of major economic indicators
2-6 Gross Domestic Product
GDP composition 2-7
2-8 Gross Domestic Product index
2-9 Gross Domestic Product index
2-10 Gross Domestic Product by Region
2-11 sub-region's GDP growth rate
Part III population, practitioners and staff wages
3-1 Population and Composition
3-2 birth rate, death rate and natural growth rate
3-3 practitioners by Three Industries
Employment in national economy sectors 3-4 (2009)
3-5 region number and composition of workers is
3-6 the number of women employees
Sectoral sub-economic types 3-7, Staff and Workers by Region (2009)
3-8 regional state-owned economic units the number of women employees by industry (2009)
3-9 throughout the City, the state-owned economic units Staff and Workers by Sector (2009)
3-10 of collective economic units around the Urban Staff and Workers by Sector (2009)
3-11 units of Employed Persons case (2009)
3-12 Total Wages of Staff and Workers and composition
3-13 total wage index
3-14 sub-economic categories all industries, sub-regions in the total amount of Employees (2009)
3-15 sub-economic categories all sectors, sub-regions of Employees (2009)
3-16 units around the city branch of the state-owned economy in the total amount of Employees (2009)
State-owned economic units 3-17 points throughout the industry of Employees (2009)
3-18 parts of Urban Economic Units, the collective total wage Kong (2009)
3-19 of collective economic units around the Urban sub-sector average wage of workers in the post (2009)
3-20 Average Wage of Staff and Workers and the index
Part IV investment in fixed assets
4-1 Investment in Fixed Assets
4-2 Investment in Fixed Assets by Region (2009)
4-3 Investment in Fixed Assets
Urban investment in the completion of 4-4
4-5 by the various groups of urban investment
4-6 Construction of the national economy by industry investment in cities and towns, the number of production projects (2009)
4-7 sub-sectors of urban economy and new investment in fixed assets (2009)
4-8 by the various groups of rural investment
4-9 by the various regional economic grouping of state-owned fixed assets investment (2009)
4-10 by various groups of state-owned economic investment in fixed assets
4-11 sub-regional cities and towns Investment (2009)
4-12 completed Qinghai-Tibet railway investment
4-13 Main Indicators of Real Estate Development
The Fifth Article financial
5-1 years and the index of total revenue and expenditure
5-2 local revenue share of total GDP
5-3 Basic local financial revenue
5-4 Basic expenditure
Financial income and expenditure throughout the City, 5-5
5-6 throughout the city revenue share of total GDP
Price Index for the sixth chapter
Price Index for the region 6-1
6-2, the consumer price index
6-3, the consumer price index (2009)
6-4 Retail Price Indices (2009)
6-5 Retail Price Indices (2009)
6-6 of agricultural means of production price index (2009)
Title VII of the people's living
7-1 to improve people's material and cultural life of the situation
7-2 per capita income of urban and rural households, and index
7-3 regions per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen
7-4 regions per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen, and consumption expenditures (2009)
7-5 regional urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending
Region's consumption level 7-6
7-7 Basic Conditions of Urban Households
7-8 per 100 urban households by the end of durable consumer goods owned
7-9 year average urban households Purchases of Major Commodities
7-10 by Level of Income of Urban Households by the end of Durable Consumer Goods Owned per 100 (2009)
7-11 urban households on average per person annual consumer expenditure
7-12 grouped by income level of urban residents per capita household consumption expenditures (2009)
7-13 of urban residents per capita annual household cash income and expenditure (2009)
7-14 by Level of Income of Urban Households Per Capita Annual Purchases of Major Commodities (2009)
7-15 Basic Conditions of Rural Residents
7-16 of rural households on average income per person
7-17 of rural residents per capita net income of the family
7-18 of rural residents per capita consumption expenditure of households
7-19 of rural households consumption of the main physical
7-20 of rural households per capita food balance situation
7-21 per 100 rural households have a major amount of durable goods
7-22 major agricultural rural households production, sale volume
The eighth chapter of agriculture
8-1 basic conditions of rural and agricultural
8-2 basic situation in rural areas
8-3 Rural Laborers
Fishery output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry 8-4
Animal husbandry and fishery output value index 8-5
Animal husbandry and fishery output value index 8-6
8-7 throughout the city animal husbandry and fishery output value
8-8 throughout the city animal husbandry and fishery output value index
Animal husbandry and fishery sub 8-9 output
Animal husbandry and fishery sub 8-10 output form
Region's total rural output value 8-11
8-12 constitute a rural social output value
8-13 production of agricultural commodities
8-14 arable land
8-15 Agricultural Mechanization of the main
8-16 of agricultural electrification, and water chemistry of the situation
8-17 of Major Farm Crops
8-18 product yield of crops
8-19 major agricultural yield per unit area
8-20 crop acreage and yield
8-21 tea garden, orchard area and tea, fruit production
City trees are planted around the situation 8-22 (2009)
8-23 Forestry production
8-24 at the end of the situation of livestock
8-25 cattle, pigs, sheep slaughter case
8-26 livestock production
The ninth chapter of industrial
All industrial enterprises in the number of units 9-1
9-2 gross industrial output value
9-3 industrial output index
9-4 industrial output index
9-5 Overall industrial output value of industrial enterprises sub-sector
9-6 fen City, the number of units all industrial enterprises and industrial output (2009)
9-7 full-scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
9-8 scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
All industrial enterprises above designated size 9-9 classification based Main Economic Indicators (2009)
9-10 full-scale industrial enterprises sub-sector of major economic indicators (2009)
9-11 scale Industrial Enterprises by Sector and Main Economic Indicators (2009)
9-12 sub-region all large industrial enterprises Main Economic Indicators (2009)
9-13 scale Industrial Enterprises by Region Main Economic Indicators (2009)
9-14 Output of Major Industrial Products
10th chapter construction
10-1 Production of Construction Enterprises
10-2 State-owned Construction Enterprises
10-3 Collective Construction Enterprises
The financial situation of construction enterprises 10-4
The financial position of state-owned construction enterprises 10-5
The financial situation of the collective construction enterprises 10-6
10-7 Main Economic Indicators of state-owned construction
Collective construction of major economic indicators 10-8
Construction production efficiency indicators 10-9
Production efficiency indicators of state-owned construction 10-10
Production around the city of the construction 10-11 (2009)
10th a transport and communications
11-1 roads, bridges, ferries
11-2 society passenger and cargo transport volume and turnover
11-3 road passenger and freight transport volume, turnover (2009)
11-4 civilian vehicle ownership (2009)
11-5 Telecommunication Network
Telecommunications traffic 11-6
The 12th article of domestic trade
12-1 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods
12-2 by Type of retail sales of social consumer goods
12-3 divided by industry total retail sales of social consumer goods
12-4 Press of Registration of wholesale and retail corporate enterprise commodity purchase, sale, deposit the total amount (2009)
12-5 by industry of wholesale and retail corporate enterprise commodity purchase, sale, deposit the total amount (2009)
12-6 by Registration and industry sub-quota of accommodation and catering enterprises above the basic situation (2009)
12-7 by Registration and industry sub-limits for more than accommodation and catering business case (2009)
12-8 by industry of wholesale and retail corporate enterprise assets and liabilities (2009)
12-9 Types of Registration and Sector accommodation and catering services above designated corporate enterprise assets and liabilities (2009)
12-10 of wholesale and retail sales of goods classification (2009)
The 13th article of foreign trade and tourism
13-1 total imports and exports
13-2 border trade volume
13-3 Exports
13-4 Total Imports
13-5 tourist arrivals and tourism revenues
14th finance and insurance papers
Deposits in financial institutions 14-1
Loans to financial institutions 14-2
14-3 Cash Income and Expenditure
14-4 Cash Income
14-5 Cash Expenditures
14-6 Insurance Economic Indicators
15th chapter of education, science and culture
15-1 Basic education
15-2 of Schools
15-3 Number of Schools Staff
15-4 Number of Schools teachers
15-5 of Schools Number of Students
15-6 Number of Schools Admissions
Graduates of Schools 15-7
15-8 Higher Education Division of Student Enrollment
15-9 Higher Education Division Enrollment
15-10 Division College Graduates
15-11 secondary school Number of Students Division
15-12 The number of students at all levels of the burden of school teachers
15-13 junior high school graduates and primary school graduates entering primary school-age children enrollment rate
15-14 per million population and large number of students in primary and secondary school students constitute
15-15 full-time Teachers College Division (2009)
15-16 full-time teachers in colleges and universities to recruit outside the educational qualifications of teachers (2009)
15-17 schools at all levels, the number of female students and female teachers
15-18 regions of Schools (2009)
15-19 Basic Conditions of Primary Schools by Region (2009)
Number of 15-20 types of professional and technical personnel
15-21 CAST autonomous systems technology activities
15-22 scientific research and technological development institutions and technological activities
15-23 arts and culture, heritage and the publishing industry utilities and the staff
15-24 books, magazines, publishing case
15-25 Newspaper Published
15-26 Radio, TV Basic
15-27 radio and television broadcast time
16th chapter sports, health, environmental protection
16-1 Sports Bureau System Employees
16-2 level athletes (2009)
16-3 Government aided sports
16-4 sports lottery sales, the Community Chest and the tax revenue
16-5 environmental protection system agencies and Personnel
16-6 "three wastes" discharge and governance
Development of health 16-7
16-8 Health Institutions
16-9 Number of Hospital Beds and Medical Technical Personnel
16-10 region health institutions, beds and the staff (2009)
16-11 (cities) in health institutions, beds and the staff (2009)
17th chapter counties (cities, districts) on Main Statistical Indicators
17-1 Rural Employment (2009)
17-2 animal husbandry and fishery, industrial output (2009)
17-3 agricultural output value
17-4 at the end of cultivated area (2009)
17-5 crop acreage (2009)
17-6 major crop production (2009)
17-7 at the end of total number of livestock and meat production (2009)
17-8 milk, leather, wool production (2009)
18th chapter provinces (regions and municipalities) statistics
18-1 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP (2009)
18-2 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP composition (2009)
18-3 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of the total population (2009)
18-4 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) investment in fixed assets (2009)
18-5 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) mainly agricultural and livestock production (2009)
18-6 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of large industrial enterprises Main Economic Indicators (2009)
18-7 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), total retail sales (2009)
18-8 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) people's lives (2009)
18-9 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) the consumer price index (2009)
18-10 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) passenger and cargo traffic (2009)
18-11 West 12 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) administrative divisions (2009)
18-12 West 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), animal husbandry and fisheries output (2009)
18-13 West 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), the scale of the main economic indicators of industrial enterprises (2009)
18-14 West 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), the situation of international tourism reception
Appendix
Appendix 1: Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix 2: Government Work Report
Appendix 3: On the Tibet Autonomous Region in 2009 national economic and social development plans and the implementation of the 2010 draft plan for national economic and social development, the report
Appendix 4: About the Tibet Autonomous Region budget implementation in 2009 and 2010 draft budget report
Appendix 5:2009 economic and social development in the Tibet Autonomous Region Statistical Communique
Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2010
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