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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 07/2012
ISBN: 9787503765704
Publisher: China Statistics Press
Series: Tibet Statistical Yearbook
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Ⅰ.Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2012 contains comprehensive statistics of Tibetan social and economic development in 2011 and some selected major data series in historically important years after The Peaceful Liberation of Tibet. It is really an important and efficient reference yearbook for people of various circles in and outside China to know and understand Tibet.
 
Ⅱ.The book is composed of 18 parts. They include: 1.Division of Administrative Areas and Natural Resources;2.General Survey;3. Population , Employment and Wages; 4.Investment in Fixed Assets; 5.Government Finance; 6.Price; 7.People’s Livelihood; 8.Agriculture; 9.Industry; 10.Construction; 11.Transportation, Postal and Telecommunications Services; 12.Domestic Trade;13.Foreign Trade and Tourism;14.Banking and Insurance; 15.Education, Science and Culture;16.Sport, Public Health and Environmental Protection;17.Statistics for Counties, Cities and Districts;18.Statistics for Provinces, Municipality and Autonomous Region. Interpretation of major statistical indicators attached is a useful tool for readers of this yearbook.
Table of Contents
The first administrative divisions and Natural Resources
1-1 administrative divisions
1-2 administrative divisions List
Classification of 1-3 counties (cities, districts)
1-4 Tibet hydrological basin area
1-5 Tibet area of ​​more than 200 square kilometers of lakes
1-6 Tibet altitude of 5000 meters above the lake
The second comprehensive
2-1 Grassroots Units in Various Sectors
2-2 for national economic and social development of the volume and speed indicators
2-3 of the national economy and social development of the structural indicators
2-4 Average Daily Social and economic activities
2-5 per capita economic indicators
2-6 region's GDP
2-7 region of Gross Domestic Product
2-8 Indices of GDP
2-9 Indices of GDP
2-10 points of GDP
2-11 sub-regional GDP growth rate
The third population, Employment and Wages
3-1 Population and Its Composition
Fertility, mortality and natural growth rate of 3-2 population
3-3 by Type of Industry practitioners
3-4 SECTOR employees (2011)
3-5 region the number of workers and constitute
3-6 units of the number of female employees
3-7 each industry sub-economic types, sub-region the number of workers (2011)
3-8 regional state-owned economic units by industry the number of female employees (2011)
3-9 around the city, the state-owned economic units by industry the number of workers (2011)
3-10 URBAN COLLECTIVE SECTOR number of employees (2011)
3-11 units of Earnings of Employed Persons (2011)
3-12 Total Wages and composition
3-13 total wage index
3-14 each industry sub-economic types, sub-regional total wages (2011)
3-15 each industry sub-economic types, sub-regional average wage (2011)
3-16 around the city, the state-owned economic units by industry total wages (2011)
3-17 around the city, the state-owned economic units sub-industries average wage (2011)
3-18 URBAN COLLECTIVE SECTOR total wages (2011)
3-19 IN URBAN collective economic units sub-industries average wage (2011)
3-20 average wage and index
Title IV of fixed asset investment
4-1 in fixed assets investment
4-2 regions of the whole society fixed assets investment (2011)
4-3 in fixed assets investment
Urban investment 4-4
4-5 grouped by a variety of urban investment
4-6 SECTOR urban investment in construction, the number of production projects (2011)
4-7 SECTOR urban investment and new fixed assets (2011)
4-8 are grouped according to various rural investment
4-9 regions of the state economy by grouping the investment in fixed assets (2011)
4-10 state-owned economy by a variety of sub-investment in fixed assets
4-11 sub-regional urban investment (2011)
4-12 of farmers and herdsmen housing projects completed investment
4-13 Real Estate Development Key Indicators
V Financial
5-1 calendar year Revenue and Expenditure and index
5-2 local fiscal revenue accounted for the proportion of GDP
5-3 local fiscal revenue
5-4 basic financial expenditure
5-5 around the city revenue and expenditure
5-6 around the city of revenue accounted for the proportion of GDP
VI Price Index
6-1 region's price index
6-2 Consumer Price Index
6-3 Lhasa City, the consumer price index
6-4 Qamdo area consumer price index
6-5 Shannan area Consumer Price Index
6-6 Xigaze region consumer price index
6-7 Nagqu consumer price index
6-8 Ali area consumer price index
6-9 Nyingchi area consumer price index
6-10 each month consumer price index (2011)
6-11 Retail Price Index (2011)
6-12 of Lhasa City, the Retail Price Index
6-13 Qamdo Retail Price Index by Category
6-14 Shannan Retail Price Index
6-15 Xigaze Retail Price Index by Category
6-16 Nagqu Retail Price Index by Category
6-17 Ali Retail Price Index by Category
6-18 Nyingchi Retail Price Index
6-19 of each month Retail Price Index (2011)
6-20 of agricultural production Price Index by Category (2011)
6-21 Price Indices by Category of Qamdo of agricultural production
6-22 Shannan area of ​​agricultural production Price Index by Category
6-23 Price Indices by Category of Nagqu of agricultural production
6-24 Price Indices by Category of Ali area of ​​agricultural production
6-25 Nyingchi agricultural production materials price sub-index
Title VII of the people's living
7-1 People's material and cultural life to improve
7-2 per capita income of urban and rural households and index
Per capita net income for farmers and herdsmen in 7-3 regions
7-4 regions per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen and living consumption expenditure (2011)
7-5 regional urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending
7-6 region the level of consumption
7-7 Urban Households
7-8 urban households per 100 by the end of durable consumer goods owned
7-9 towns Households Per Capita Annual Purchases of Major Commodities
7-10 Urban Households by Level of Income per 100 by the end of consumer durables ownership (2011)
7-11 of urban household per capita annual consumption expenditure
7-12 grouped by income levels of urban residents per capita household consumption expenditures (2011)
7-13 of Urban Households by Per Capita Annual Cash Income and Expenditure (2011)
7-14 Level of Income of Urban Households Per Capita Annual Purchases of Major Commodities (2011)
7-15 of rural households
7-16 total per capita income of rural households
7-17 of rural residents per-capita net income
7-18 of rural households Average Per Capita Living Expenditure
7-19 of rural households in kind consumption
7-20 of rural residents per capita household food balance of payments
7-21 of rural households per 100 durable goods ownership
7-22 of rural households agricultural production and sale of
Eighth articles agricultural,
8-1 rural and agricultural
8-2 basic rural situation
8-3 rural practitioners
8-4 forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output
The 8-5 ARGICULTURAL Index
The 8-6 ARGICULTURAL Index
8-7 throughout the city ARGICULTURAL
8-8 around the city, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output value index
8-9 of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, fisheries breakdown of output
8-10 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries sub-output value constitutes
8-11 region's total rural output value
8-12 of rural social output value constitutes
8-13 of agricultural goods output value
8-14 of arable land
8-15 Major Agricultural Machinery at the end of ownership
8-16 of agricultural electrification, chemical and water
8-17 the main-crop plantings
8-18 of the main crop product yield
8-19 of major agricultural yield per unit area
8-20 crop plantings and production
8-21 tea garden, orchard area and tea, and fruit production
8-22 around the city afforestation area (2011)
8-23 of forestry production
NUMBER OF LIVESTOCK 8-24 at the end of
8-25 cattle, pigs, sheep slaughter
8-26 and livestock production
IX industrial
9-1, all industrial enterprises in the number of units
9-2 total industrial output value
9-3 industrial output value index
9-4 industrial output value index
9-5 all industrial enterprises by industry total industrial output value
9-6 subdivision City, all industrial enterprises the number of units and the total industrial output value (2011)
9-7 full extent of major economic indicators of industrial enterprises above designated
The main economic indicators of the 9-8 scale industrial enterprises
9-9 full scale industrial enterprises above designated classification of major economic indicators (2011)
9-10 all above-scale industrial enterprises in industries of major economic indicators (2011)
Industrial enterprises in the following 9-11 scale industries of major economic indicators (2011)
Full scale of 9-12 sub-regional industrial enterprises above the main economic indicators (2011)
9-13 sub-regional scale Industrial Enterprises in major economic indicators (2011)
9-14 of industrial output of major products
10th chapter the construction industry
Construction Enterprises 10-1
10-2 state-owned construction enterprise production
10-3 collective CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISES
10-4 Construction Enterprises financial position
Financial position of the 10-5 state-owned construction enterprises
10-6 collective construction enterprises financial position
10-7 state-owned construction of major economic indicators
10-8 collective construction of major economic indicators
10-9 The construction industry efficiency indicators
10-10 state-owned construction production efficiency indicators
10-11 around the City, the construction industry production (2011)
A 10 transport and post and telecommunications
11-1 roads, bridges, ferries
11-2 full-passenger and cargo traffic and turnover
11-3 road passenger and freight transport volume, turnover (2011)
11-4 Possession of Civil Vehicles (2011)
11-5 of Posts and Telecommunications communications network
11-6 of Posts and Telecommunications business volume
Article 12 The articles of domestic trade
12-1 Total retail sales of social consumer goods
12-2 according to the total retail sales of social consumer goods Sector
12-3 sub-region, total retail sales
12-4 each region divided by industry sales of consumer goods total retail sales (2011)
12-5 limit, wholesale and retail corporate enterprises (2011)
12-6 according to registration type of wholesale and retail corporate enterprises Purchases, sales, deposit a total of (2011)
12-7 by industry, wholesale and retail corporate enterprises Purchases, sales, deposit a total of (2011)
12-8 divided into wholesale and retail enterprises above designated assets and liabilities by Registration (2011)
12-9 points above designated size of wholesale and retail business assets and liabilities by industry (2011)
The type of registration 12-10 points of wholesale and retail corporate enterprises the main financial indicators (2011)
12-11 above Designated Size in Wholesale and retail corporate units of the major financial indicators by Sector (2011)
12-12 above-quota wholesale and retail goods classified sales (2011)
12-13 limits the accommodation and catering enterprises (2011)
12-14 limit of accommodation and catering business (2011)
Accommodation and catering industry more than 12-15 limit corporate enterprise assets and liabilities (2011)
12-16 the accommodation and catering enterprises financial indicators (2011)
CHAPTER 13 of Foreign Economic Trade and Tourism
13-1 import and export trade in total
13-2 border import and export volume
13-3 tourist arrivals and tourism income
CHAPTER 14 Finance and insurance
14-1 Financial Institutions Credit Funds
14-2 financial institutions deposits
14-3 financial institution loans
14-4 of the insurance business, economic and technical indicators
Fifteenth chapter of education, science and culture
15-1 education in basic
15-2 at all levels the number of schools
15-3 at all levels the number of school staff
15-4 at all levels the number of school teachers
15-5 types of schools at all levels in the number of students
15-6 at all levels the number of school enrollment
15-7 at all levels the number of school leavers
15-8 Advanced Undergraduate Division (2011) the number of students
15-9 Specialized Secondary School Division (2011) Number of Students
15-10 High specialty to the number of students
15-11 school teachers at all levels bear the number of students
15-12 junior high school graduates and primary school graduates enrollment rate and primary-school-age children enrollment rate
The 15-13 per million population in the number of students and primary and secondary school students
15-14 Higher Education Division (2011) the number of full-time teachers
15-15 Higher full-time teachers, and invite outside teacher qualifications (2011)
15-16 schools at all levels of female students and the number of female teachers
15-17 regions ordinary schools (2011)
15-18 ordinary primary schools in the basic situation (2011)
15-19 professional and technical personnel number
15-20 TIBET ASSOCIATIONS scientific and technological activities
15-21 scientific research and technological development agencies, science and technology activities
15-22 arts and culture, institutions and personnel of the cause of cultural relics and the publishing industry
15-23 books, magazine publishing
15-24 a newspaper published in the situation
15-25 radio, television, the basic situation
15-26 radio and television broadcast
Articles 16 sports, health, environmental protection
16-1 Sports Bureau the number of workers
16-2 level athletes (2011)
16-3 Government aided sports venues
16-4 sports lottery sales, the Community Chest and tax
16-5 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCIES AND PERSONNEL
16-6 "three wastes" and governance
Health development 16-7
16-8 Health Institutions
16-9 Hospital Beds and Medical Technical Personnel
16-10 of the region's health institutions, beds and staff (2011)
16-11 around the (city) and health institutions, beds and staff (2011)
The main statistical indicators of the articles 17 counties (cities, districts)
17-1 Rural Laborers (2011)
17-2 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, fisheries, industrial output value (2011)
17-3 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output value
17-4 at the end of arable land (2011)
17-5 sown area (2011)
17-6 major crop yields (2011)
Of livestock 17-7 at the end of the first few and meat production (2011)
17-8 milk, leather, wool production (2011)
Statistics of the eighteenth chapter of the provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities)
18-1 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP (2011)
18-2 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of Gross Domestic Product (2011)
18-3 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of the total population
18-4 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), total fixed asset investment
18-5 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), major agricultural and livestock production (2011)
18-6 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of industrial enterprises above the scale of major economic indicators (2011)
18-7 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), the total retail sales
18-8 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) life (2011)
18-9 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) Consumer Price Index (2011)
18-10 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), passenger and cargo traffic (2011)
18-11 western 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) administrative divisions (2011)
18-12 western 12 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities), forestry, animal husbandry and fishery output (2011)
18-13 western 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) main economic indicators of industrial enterprises above designated scale (2011)
18-14 western 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), the international tourist reception
Appendix
Appendix 1: Main Statistical Indicators
Appendix 2: Government Work Report
Appendix 3: Tibet Autonomous Region, the 2011 national economic and social development plan for the implementation of the 2012 National Economic and Social Development Plan draft report
Appendix 4: For the 2011 fiscal budget performance in the Tibet Autonomous Region and the 2012 draft budget report
Appendix 5:2011 Tibet Autonomous Region, Economic and Social Development Statistical Bulletin
Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2012 (with CD-ROM)
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