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Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2013

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 08/2013
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First, the "Tibet Statistical Yearbook" (2013) is a highly information-intensive information tool. This book contains the 2012 Tibet's economic and social development in areas such as statistics, and various periods since the peaceful liberation of Tibet's key statistics, is home to the public understanding of Tibet, the Tibetan understanding the important information tool.

Second, the book is divided into 18 study items, namely an Administrative Areas and Natural Resources; 2. Integrated; 3 Population, Employment and Wages; 4. Fixed asset investment; 5. Finances; 6. Prices; 7 people life; 8. agriculture; 9. industry; 10 construction; 11. transport and telecommunications; 12. domestic trade; 13. foreign economic trade and tourism; 14. banking and Insurance; 15 education, science and culture; 16. health, sports and environmental protection; 17 counties (districts, cities) key statistics; 18. provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) statistics. For readers correct use of information, the book is accompanied by the end of Main Statistical Indicators.
Table of Contents
• first administrative division and Natural Resources
• 1-1 administrative divisions
• 1-2 List of administrative divisions
• 1-3 counties (cities, districts) classification
• 1-4 each river basin area of ​​Tibet
• 1-5 Tibet area greater than 200 square kilometers of the lake
• 1-6 Tibet altitude of 5000 meters above the lake

• Integrated second
• 2-1 Various Sectors
• 2-2 of total national economic and social development and speed indicators
• 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 GDP
• 2-7 GDP constituted
• 2-8 GDP index
• 2-9 GDP index
• 2-10 minutes GDP
• 2-11 minutes GDP growth rate

• third Population, Employment and Wages
• 3-1 Population and Composition
• 3-2 birth rate, death rate and natural growth rate
• 3-3 practitioners by Type of Industry
• 3-4 NUMBER OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY SECTOR (2012)
• 3-5 region and the number of workers constitute
• 3-6 Units Number of female employees
• 3-7 each industry sub-economic types, number of employees by region (2012)
• 3-8 units of state-owned economy by Region Women Employment by industry (2012)
• 3-9 points around the city unit of state-owned economic sector of employees (2012)
• 3-10 around the city Urban Collective Owned Units by Sector Employees (2012)
• 3-11 units of labor remuneration of employees (2012)
• 3-12 total wages and constitute
• 3-13 total wage index
• 3-14 each industry sub-economic types, sub-regional total wages (2012)
• 3-15 each industry sub-economic types, sub-regional average wage (2012)
• 3-16 points around the city unit of state-owned economy sector total wages (2012)
• 3-17 points around the city unit of state-owned economy sector average wage (2012)
• 3-18 IN URBAN COLLECTIVE BY SECTOR total wages (2012)
• 3-19 around the city, urban collective economic units of industry average wage (2012)
• 3-20 and the average wage index
• 3-21 employees in various sectors of the economy average wage type (2012)
• 3-22 employees in various sectors of the economy type Total Wages (2012)

• Title IV of fixed asset investment
• 4-1 total fixed asset investment
• 4-2 regional total fixed asset investment (2012)
• 4-3 total fixed asset investment
• 4-4 towns INVESTMENT
• 4-5 grouped according to a variety of urban investment
• 4-6 economic sub-sector investment in urban construction, number of production projects (2012)
• 4-7 economic sub-sectors and the new urban investment in fixed assets (2012)
• 4-8 grouped according to various rural investment
• 4-9 regional state-owned economy grouped according to various fixed asset investment (2012)
• 4-10 state economy grouped according to various fixed asset investment
• 4-11 minutes Urban Investment (2012)
• 4-12 herdsmen housing project investment
• 4-13 Main Indicators of Real Estate Development

• The fifth chapter finances
• 5-1 years Revenue and Expenditure and index
• 5-2 local fiscal revenue accounted for the proportion of GDP
• 5-3 basic situation of local revenue
• 5-4 basic expenditure
• 5-5 around the city revenue and expenditure
• 5-6 region around the city of fiscal revenue in 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 Consumer Price Index
• 6-5 Shannan Consumer Price Index
• 6-6 Xigaze Consumer Price Index
• 6-7 Nagqu Consumer Price Index
• 6-8 Ngari Consumer Price Index
• 6-9 Nyingchi Consumer Price Index
• 6-10 each month the consumer price index (2012)
• 6-11 Retail Price Index (2012)
• 6-12 Lhasa Retail Price Index
• 6-13 Qamdo Retail Price Index
• 6-14 Shannan Retail Price Index
• 6-15 Xigaze Retail Price Index
• 6-16 Nagqu Retail Price Index
• 6-17 Ngari Retail Price Index
• 6-18 Nyingchi Retail Price Index
• 6-19 each month Retail Price Index (2012)
• 6-20 Agricultural Production Price Index (2012)
• 6-21 Qamdo price index of agricultural production
• 6-22 Shannan Price Index of Agricultural Production
• 6-23 Nagqu price index of agricultural production
• 6-24 Ngari price index of agricultural production
• 6-25 Nyingchi price index of agricultural production

• Title VII of living
• 7-1 to improve people's material and cultural life of the case
• 7-2 per capita income of urban and rural households and indices
• 7-3 regional per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen
• 7-4 each region and per capita net income of farmers and herdsmen living expenses (2012)
• 7-5 regional urban residents per capita disposable income and consumer spending
• 7-6 region's level of consumption
• 7-7 basic situation of urban households
• 7-8 per 100 urban households by the end of Durable Consumer Goods
• 7-9 Urban Households Per Capita Annual Purchases of Major Commodities
• 7-10 by Level of Income of Urban Households Per 100 by the end of Durable Consumer Goods (2012)
• 7-11 Urban Households Per Capita Annual Consumption Expenditure
• 7-12 grouped by income level of urban residents per capita household consumption expenditure (2012)
• 7-13 Urban Households Per Capita Cash Income and Expenditure (2012)
• 7-14 by Level of Income of Urban Households Per Capita Annual Purchases of Major Commodities (2012)
• 7-15 basic situation of rural households
• 7-16 Rural Households Per Capita Income
• 7-17 Rural Households Per Capita Net Income
• 7-18 Rural Households Per Capita Consumption Expenditure
• 7-19 rural households mainly in-kind consumption
• 7-20 rural residents per capita household food balance of payments
• 7-21 per 100 rural households have a major amount of durable goods
• 7-22 rural households major agricultural production, sale amount

• eighth chapter Agriculture
• 8-1 basic situation of rural and agricultural
• 8-2 Basic Conditions of Rural
• 8-3 Rural Laborers
• 8-4 ARGICULTURAL
• 8-5 ARGICULTURAL Index
• 8-6 ARGICULTURAL Index
• 8-7 around the city ARGICULTURAL
• 8-8 around the city ARGICULTURAL Index
• 8-9 output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery sub-
• 8-10 output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery sub-form
• 8-11 region's rural social output value
• 8-12 constitute the rural social output value
• 8-13 output value of agricultural commodities
• 8-14 arable land
• 8-15 Major Agricultural Mechanization of
• 8-16 Agricultural Electrification, CHEMICAL AND CONSERVANCY
• 8-17 main crop acreage
• 8-18 product yields of major 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
• 8-22 afforestation area around the city, the situation (2012)
• 8-23 forestry production
• 8-24 LIVESTOCK end
• 8-25 cattle, pigs, sheep slaughter case
• 8-26 livestock production

• IX Industrial
• 9-1 All Industrial Enterprises
• 9-2 industrial output
• 9-3 industrial output index
• 9-4 industrial output index
• 9-5 points total industrial output value of industrial enterprises
• 9-6 subdivision City, the number of units of all industrial enterprises and industrial output (2012)
• 9-7 full-scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
• 9-8 scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators
• 9-9 full-scale industrial enterprises categorical Main Economic Indicators (2012)
• 9-10 scale industrial enterprises of all sectors of major economic indicators (2012)
• 9-11 subregional scale industrial enterprises all major economic indicators (2012)
• 9-12 sub-regional scale industrial enterprises of major economic indicators (2012)
• 9-13 major industrial products
• 9-14 scale industrial enterprises of the industry of major economic indicators (2012)

• Tenth Canto Construction
• 10-1 Construction Enterprises
• 10-2 Construction production efficiency indicators
• 10-3 Construction Enterprises
• 10-4 construction enterprise's financial situation
• 10-5 completion of construction enterprises Buildings
• 10-6 around the city, construction production (2012)

• Tenth a Transport and Telecommunications Industry
• 11-1 roads, bridges, ferries
• 11-2 whole society passenger and cargo transport volume and turnover
• 11-3 road passenger and freight transport volume, turnover (2012)
• 11-4 civilian vehicle ownership (2012)
• 11-5 telecommunications network
• 11-6 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

• twelfth chapter of Domestic Trade
• 12-1 total retail sales of social consumer goods
• 12-2 by Sector's total retail sales of social consumer goods
• 12-3 sub-region's total retail sales of social consumer goods
• 12-4 Region by Sector Retail sales (2012)
• 12-5 wholesale and retail corporations, the basic situation (2012)
• 12-6 Press Registration wholesale and retail corporations Purchases, Sales and Inventory (2012)
• 12-7 by Sector wholesale and retail corporations Purchases, Sales and Inventory (2012)
• 12-8 Press Registration wholesale and retail corporate assets and liabilities (2012)
• 12-9 by Sector wholesale and retail corporate assets and liabilities (2012)
• 12-10 Press Registration wholesale and retail corporate enterprises key financial indicators (2012)
• 12-11 by industry wholesale and retail legal entities and key financial indicators (2012)
• 12-12 wholesale and retail sales of commodity classification (2012)
• 12-13 of the accommodation and catering enterprises basic situation (2012)
• 12-14 of the accommodation and catering business case (2012)
• 12-15 of the accommodation and catering industry body corporate assets and liabilities (2012)
• 12-16 of the accommodation and catering enterprises key financial indicators (2012)

• CHAPTER 13 Foreign Economic Trade and Tourism
• 13-1 Total Imports and Exports
• 13-2 border import and export trade volume
• 13-3 tourist arrivals and tourism revenues

• fourteenth chapter finance and insurance
• 14-1 RMB Credit Funds of Financial Institutions
• 14-2 Deposits in financial institutions
• 14-3 financial institutions loans
• 14-4 Insurance Economic and Technical Indicators

• fifteenth chapter of education, science and culture
• 15-1 Basic Statistics on Education
• 15-2 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS
• 15-3 number of school staff at all levels
• 15-4 Number of teachers at all levels
• 15-5 various schools Number of Students
• 15-6 at all levels of school enrollment
• 15-7 at all levels of the number of school leavers
• 15-8 Advanced undergraduate Field of Study (2012)
• 15-9 Specialized Secondary Schools by Field of Study (2012)
• 15-10 Higher Diploma Field of Study (2012)
• 15-11 burden on the number of students at all levels of school teachers
• 15-12 junior high school graduates and graduates of primary school enrollment rate and primary school-age children enrollment rate
• 15-13 per million population and the large number of students in primary and secondary school students constitute
• 15-14 Polyclinic time Teachers College (2012)
• 15-15 full-time teachers in colleges and universities to hire school teachers, academic situation (2012)
• 15-16 schools at all levels the number of female students and female teachers
• 15-17 regional general secondary basic situation (2012)
• 15-18 ordinary elementary basic situation of each region (2012)
• 15-19 number of professional and technical personnel
• 15-20 Autonomous Systems Technology CAST activities
• 15-21 scientific research and technological development activities in science and technology institutions
• 15-22 arts and culture, heritage and publishing industry utilities and Personnel
• 15-23 books, magazine publishing case
• 15-24 NEWSPAPERS
• 15-25 radio, television basic situation
• 15-26 radio and television programs broadcast time

• sixteenth chapter sports, health, environmental protection
• 16-1 Sports Bureau System Employees
• 16-2 level athletes (2012)
• 16-3 government aided stadium
• 16-4 sports lottery sales, the Community Chest and tax situation
• 16-5 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCIES AND PERSONS
• 16-6 "three wastes" discharge and governance
• 16-7 health development
• 16-8 Number of Health Institutions
• 16-9 Number of Hospital Beds and Health Professionals
• 16-10 region's health institutions, beds and Personnel (2012)
• 16-11 around the (city) Health Institutions, Beds and Personnel (2012)

• chapter seventeen counties (cities, districts) Main Statistical Indicators
• 17-1 rural workers (2012)
• 17-2 agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery, industrial output (2012)
• 17-3 animal husbandry and fishery output value
• 17-4 at the end of arable land (2012)
• 17-5 crop acreage (2012)
• 17-6 major crop production (2012)
• 17-7 year-end number of livestock and meat production (2012)
• 17-8 milk, leather, wool production (2012)

• CHAPTER 18 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) Statistics
• 18-1 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP (2012)
• 18-2 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) GDP composition (2012)
• 18-3 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of the total population (2012)
• 18-4 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) in fixed asset investment (2012)
• 18-5 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of major agricultural and livestock production (2012)
• 18-6 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of above-scale industrial enterprises in key economic indicators (2012)
• 18-7 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) total retail sales of social consumer goods
• 18-8 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) people's lives (2012)
• 18-9 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) Consumer Price Index (2012)
• 18-10 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) passenger and cargo traffic (2012)
• 18-11 western twelve provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) administrative division (2012)
• 18-12 western twelve provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) Fishery (2012)
• 18-13 western twelve provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) of above-scale industrial enterprises in key economic indicators (2012)
• 18-14 western twelve provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) international tourist reception conditions

• Appendix
• Appendix 1: Main Statistical Indicators
• Appendix 2: Government Work Report
• Appendix 3: About the Tibet Autonomous Region in 2012 national economic and social development and the implementation of the plan in 2013 draft plan for national economic and social development report
• Appendix 4: Tibet 2012 budget implementation and the 2013 draft budget report
• Appendix 5:2012 the Tibet Autonomous Region Economic and Social Development Statistics Bulletin
Tibet Statistical Yearbook 2013
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