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Zhaoqing Statistical Yearbook 2011

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 12/2011
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 "Zhaoqing Statistical Yearbook -2011 '(hereinafter referred to as" Yearbook ") is a reflection of Zhaoqing's economic and social development of annual data, the book contains the city, eight counties (cities, districts), municipal and Zhaoqing high-tech Zone (big wang) in 2010 the amount of statistical data, and since the founding of New China, the major periods of some of the key statistics. Book is divided into three parts: the first part, an overview; second part charts; third part of the statistics. Specific statistics are divided into administrative districts and natural resources, comprehensive, national accounts, elements of market, demographic, and labor compensation of employees, fixed assets investment, energy, finance, banking and insurance, the price index, the people's livelihood, agriculture, industry , construction, transportation, telecommunications, domestic trade, foreign economy and tourism, education, science and technology, culture, sports, health, social welfare, environmental protection and other, business survey data, the basic unit of the country, the province and the Pearl River Delta 1 2 municipal (district) 22 parts of major economic indicators, statistics and regulations in Appendix. The "Yearbook" Most of the information from the government at all levels of Bureau of Statistics, National Bureau of Investigation Team Zhaoqing all kinds of regular statistical reports and sample survey data; some of the information under the relevant competent departments directly under the provincial Bureau of Statistics data compilation. Data in the units of measurement used, in addition to arable land, crop acreage to take care habits continue to use the "mu" as units of measurement, the rest are internationally standard measurement units. The "Yearbook" in the calculation of the average annual growth rate, both with the "standard method." The "Yearbook" in the symbol tables Shao instructions: "deaf," said one of the main items; "space" indicates that the statistical indicators of the unknown or no information. Readers in the use of calendar year data, where with the "Yearbook" discrepancies, are the "Yearbook" prevail. "Yearbook" in finishing the editing process, get the relevant departments and units directly under the support, to express my sincere thanks! Welcome to our readers for their valuable editing comments to the "Yearbook" edited better.
Table of Contents
 The first section provides an overview
About 3 Zhaoqing
 2010 Zhaoqing Economic and Social Development Statistical Bulletin 8
    The second part charts
The end of the total population of 23
GDP 23
Large-scale industrial output value of 24
Agricultural output 24
25 of total exports
The actual utilization of foreign investment 25
Total investment in fixed assets 26
26 total retail sales of social consumer goods
Revenue and expenditure 27
27 urban and rural residents' savings deposits
Price index 28
Disposable income of urban residents and rural per capita net income of 28
    The third part of the statistics
    First, the administrative divisions and Natural Resources
1-1 Administrative division (20lO) 33
1-2 Natural Resources 33
1-3 The annual average temperature of 34 regions
Annual rainfall of 34 regions 1-4
1-5 hours of sunshine each region 35
1 • 6 of the main indicators of forest resources (2010) 35
    Main Statistical Indicators 36
    Second, the integrated
2-1 the total economic and social development indicators 4l
 2-2 Structural Indicators on National Economic and Social Development 46
 2-3 The main economic indicators Economic Area City (2010) 50
 2-4 52 key indicators of private economy
    Main Statistical Indicators 53
    Third, the national accounts
GDP Zhaoqing City 3-1 57
 3-2 Zhaoqing GDP index (previous year = 100) 58
 3-3 Zhaoqing GDP index (1990 = 100) 59
 3-4 Zhaoqing industrial composition of GDP 60
 3-5 times the contribution rate of 61 industrial
 Pulling rate of 62 3-6 three industries
 3-7 Zhaoqing City, which constitute 63 total items
3-8 constitute the added value of each line item (2010) 64
 3-9 65 GDP expenditure approach
 3-10 Gross capital formation structure 65
 3-11 Final Consumption Structure 66
3-12 per capita GDP (2010) 66
3-13 Gross Domestic Product by Region and Industry (2010) 67
3-14 The growth rate of GDP (2010) 68
3-15 of industrial GDP composition (2010) 69
3-16 constitute a project of the GDP (2010) 69
3-17 Gross Domestic Product by Region 70
3-18 of the region's per capita GDP (by the resident population) 80
    83 statistical indicators to explain the main playing
    Fourth, the main indicators of factor market
4-1 state-owned land use right transfer and transfer of 87
4-2 regional state-owned land use right transfer
    And transfer case (20lO) 87
4-3 of 88 labor market
4-4 of the regional labor market conditions (2010) 88
4,5 89 urban real estate market transactions
4.6 The regional organization of the flow of talent (2010) 90
    Fifth, population
Key indicators of population 93 5.1
5-2 at the end of the total population of 94 household
95 5.3 Changes in the natural population
96 5.4 Changes in population migration
5.5 The end regions registered population (2010) 97
5 • 6 natural population changes (2010) 97
5 • 7 regional migration of population (2010) 98
 5 • 8 women of childbearing age at first marriage and all regions
    Birth control case (2010) 98
5 • 9 the total population of each region at the end of 99 household
 5-10 resident population of the end regions 104
    Main Statistical Indicators 106
    Sixth, employees and wages
6.1 Main indicators of labor remuneration of employees and 111
 6-2 year-end number of employees 112
 6 • 3 employees in urban units and staff in post
    Year-end (2010) l13
 6 • 4 of the industries with the Year-end (2010) 114
 6 • 5 employees in urban units and regional staff in post
    (2010) l15
 6.6 Preparation of area and average number of employees at the end of ll6
 6.7 All regions and sectors in the post year-end number of employees
    (2010) l17
 Women employees in urban units of the end of 6.8 the number of 118
 6-9 employees in the private sector and urban
    119 the number of individual workers end
 6-10 employees in the private sector and regional towns
    119 the number of individual workers end
 6 • 11 retired personnel number 120
 6 • 12 regions of Retired Persons 120
 Total wages in the post 6-13 and the average wage 12l
 6-14 remuneration of employees of the regional units
    And the wages of workers in the post (2010) 122
6-15 of the total wages and average regional wage l23
6-16 units of Employed Persons (2010) 124
Total wages in the post 6-17 (2010) 125
6-18 total wages (2010) 126
6-19 units of the average annual remuneration of employees
    (2010) 127
6-20 average wage of workers in the post (2010) 128
6-21 average wage of workers (2010) 129
6-22 all regions and sectors in the wage of workers is
    Total (2010 each) 130
6-23 all regions and industry workers in the post
    The annual average wage (2010) 13l
6-24 regional urban registered unemployment and unemployment 132
6-25 regional social basic pension, unemployment insurance fund
    Collection volume and collection rate 133
 6-26 of the regional social insurance policy holders l34
    Main Statistical Indicators "135
    Seven, fixed asset investment
7-l total fixed asset investment in the main index 139
7.2 Total investment in fixed assets 140
 7.3 The regional total social fixed assets investment 141
 7-4 The industry in fixed assets investment 142
 7.5 all regions and sectors in fixed asset investment
    (2010) 145
 7-6 Newly Increased Production Capacity or Efficiency (2010) l46
 Housing construction area of ​​the regions 7-7 (2010) 147
 7-8 real estate investment and real estate sales 148
 7-9 Investment in Real Estate Development (2010) l49
 7-10 Real Estate Development and value of housing construction area
    (2010) "149
 7-11 Investment in Real Estate Development by Region
    (2010) 150
 7-12 regional real estate development and housing construction area and the value of stolen
    (2010) 150
 7-13 Sales of Commercial Buildings (2010) 151
 14 regional commodity housing sales (2010) 151
    Main Statistical Indicators 152
    Eight, the energy consumption
8-1 Energy consumption and composition l57
8-2 of the industrial sector consumption of coal and electricity 158
8-3 of the regional industrial energy consumption
    (2010) l59
8,4 society as a whole electricity consumption elasticity 159
8-5 whole society 160 electricity sub-sector
8-6 sub-regional total electricity consumption 161
8.7 The regional unit of GDP energy consumption and power consumption l 62
8-8 regional comprehensive energy consumption per unit of industrial added value of l62
    Main Statistical Indicators l63
    Nine, fiscal, financial and insurance
9 • 1 167 Financial income and household savings
9-2 The general budgetary revenue and expenditure 168
9.3 for culture, education, health, science department
    The expenditure 169
9.4 The local fiscal revenue and expenditure l69 general
9-5 financial institutions, deposits and loans l70
9.6 State Bank deposits and loans 170
9.7 Savings deposits of urban and rural residents and 171 constitute
9-8 regional financial institutions, deposits and loans 171
9-9 Main Indicators of Property Insurance (2010) 172
9-10 Main Indicators of life insurance (2010) 173
    Main Statistical Indicators 174
    Ten, things were index
10-1 of the general price index
    (Preceding year = 100) 177
10.2 Consumer Price Index
    (2010, above the annual price of 100) l78
10-3 Retail Price Index by Category
    (2010, above the annual price of 100) l79
10-4 on the consumer price index
    (In 2010, more than a year earlier = 100) 180
10-5 The monthly retail price index
    (In 2010, more than a year earlier = 100) 182
    Main Statistical Indicators 184
    XI living
11-1 Basic 187 urban households
11-2 per capita disposable income of urban residents and
    Consumer spending 188
Urban Households 11-3 Per Capita Annual Cash Income
    (2010) 189
Urban Households 11-4 Per Capita Annual Cash
    Revenue composition (2010) 190
11-5 Per Capita Annual Urban Households
    Consumption expenditure (2010) 191
11.6 Annual average urban households
    Consumer Expenditures (2010) 191
Urban Households 11-7 Per Capita Annual Purchases
    Number of major food (2010) 192
11-8 Average annual urban households purchase
    The number of non-food (2010) ~ 193
11-9 per 100 urban households by the end of durable
    Ownership of consumer goods (2010) 194
11-10 end of the living conditions of urban households l95
11-11 farmers per capita net income of 196
11-12 farmers per capita net income of the region 197
    Main Statistical Indicators 198
    XII Agriculture
12.1 Main indicators of the rural economy 201
12-2 ratio between the rural economy and efficiency of the main indicators of 202
12-3 per capita amount of agricultural products 203
12-4 of 204 grassroots organizations in rural areas
12-5 grass-roots organizations of the rural areas (2010) 204
12-6 205 arable land
12-7 of the cultivated land area (2010) 205
12-8 irrigation, fertilizer and pesticide application rate
    And 206 rural electricity
12-9 agricultural output value (current prices) 207
12-10 agricultural output index (previous year = 100) 208
12-11 of the region's agricultural output value (current prices) (2010) ~ 209
12-12 regional agricultural output index (2010) 209
12-13 210 crop acreage
21l crop yields 12-14
12-15 major crop acreage, total 212
12-16 The main crops sown area,
    Yield and production (2010) 213
12.17 tea, mulberry, fruit size and yield 215
12.18 The area of ​​fruit size and yield (2010) 216
12-19 afforestation area and Major Forest Products 217
12-20 livestock, meat and aquatic products output
    Area, yield 217
12-21 regional forest area, aquatic products,
    Livestock and meat production (2010) 218
12-22 Basic township and village enterprises (2010) 219
12-23 production and sales of township enterprises (2010) 220
    Main Statistical Indicators 221
    XIII industry
13-1 Main Indicators of industrial 225
13-2 Gross Industrial Output Value (current prices) 226
13-3 industrial output index (previous year = 100) 227
13-4 Number of Industrial Enterprises and the output value of 228
13-5 Number of Industrial Enterprises by Region (2010) 229
13-6 regional industrial output value (current prices)
    (2010) 231
13-7 Major Industrial Products (2010 L) 233
13-8 Area of ​​Major Industrial Products
    (2010) 234
Industrial enterprises above designated size 13-9
    Main economic indicators (2010) 235
13-10 Types of regions according to the scale of capital
    Capital of industrial enterprises (2010) 236
13-11 BY regions of large-scale
    Assets of industrial enterprises (2010) 236
 Industrial enterprises above designated size 13-12
    Main Economic Indicators (2010) 237
 13-13 State-owned and state holding industrial enterprises
    Main Economic Indicators (2010) 240
 Collective industrial enterprises above designated size 13-14
    Main Economic Indicators (2010) 243
 13-15 more than the size of the "three-capital" of industrial enterprises
    Main Economic Indicators (2010) 246
    Main Statistical Indicators 249
    Fourth, the construction industry
14-1 Construction Enterprises 257
14-2 Main Indicators of Construction Enterprises 258
14-3 Gross Output Value (2010) 259
14-4 Gross Output Value by Region (2010) 259
14-5 Main Indicators of Construction Enterprises (2010) 260
14-6 Main Indicators of Construction Enterprises by Region
    (2010) 261
    Explain the main indicators of around 262 dollars
    Fifth, transport, post and telecommunications
15-1 Main Indicators of transport, post 265
15-2 Freight Traffic and Total Business 266
15-3 267 passenger and freight traffic
15-4 has a volume of 268 vehicles
15-5 Basic regional highways (2010) 268
15-6 Number of highways and bridges, 269
15-7 Regional Total Business Volume (2010) 270
15-8 regional post and telecommunications network (2010) 270
    Main Statistical Indicators 271
    XVI domestic trade
16-1 Main Indicators of Domestic Trade 275
16-2 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods
    (By Sector) 276
16-3 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods
    (By Urban and Rural) 277
16-4 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods by Region
    (2010) 278
 16-5 Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods by Region 278
 16-6 wholesale and retail sales of goods 279
 16-7 wholesale and retail trade enterprises
    Purchases, sales, total deposit (2010) 280
 16-8 The area of ​​wholesale and retail enterprises
    Purchases, sales, total deposit (2010) ~ 281
 16-9 Limit (star) of the accommodation and catering enterprises
    Operation (2010) 282
16-10 regional limit (star) of the accommodation and meals
    Drink business conditions (2010) 283
16-11 limit above the retail chain, catering operation
    (2010) 284
1.612 billion yuan more than 285 commodity trading market turnover
16-13 limit (star) wholesale and retail, accommodation and catering
    Financial situation of enterprises (2010) 286
16-14 of wholesale, retail and financial situation of enterprises
    (2010) 287
16-15 region of wholesale and retail business
    Financial position (2010) 291
16-16 limit (star) of the accommodation and catering enterprises
    Financial position (2010) 293
Limit the region 16-17 (star) of the accommodation and catering enterprises
    Financial position (2010) 297
16-18 limit (star) above the wholesale, retail and accommodation and catering
    Corporate and individual units (2010) 299
16.19 limit (star) above the wholesale, retail and accommodation and catering
    Number of businesses and the self-employed professionals (2010) 300
Tables 16-20 301 individual industrial and commercial situation
    Main Statistical Indicators 302
    XVII of foreign economy and tourism.
17-1 Main Indicators of Foreign Economic Relations 307
17-2 RMB against the major currencies the average exchange rate of polonium
    (Middle) 308
17-3 according to the type of trade and economic points
    Customs export 309
17-4 according to the type of trade and economic points
    Customs Imports 309
17-5 Customs Import and Export Market Structure 310
17-6 of the major countries (regions) 311 import and export customs
17-7 312 regional customs exports
17-8 312 of the region's total imports customs
17-9 Number 313 signed foreign investment projects
17.10 signed a foreign investment agreement (contract) the amount of 315
17-11 317 the actual use of foreign capital
17-12 Utilization of Foreign Capital Region 319
17-13 Business Enterprises with Foreign Investment Registration Status
    (Late 2010) 319
17-14 various departments actually receive overseas Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan Compatriots
    Donation of 320
17-15 within the country to accept overseas Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan Compatriots
    Donation of (2010) 320
17-16 321 the number of tourists
17-17 Basic 322 tourism sector
17-18 Travel Hotel (Hotel) the number of 322 foreign tourists
17-19 regional tourist hotels (hotel) accommodation
    Case (2010) 323
17-20 regional tourist hotels (hotel) reception
    The number of overnight travel with 323
    Main Statistical Indicators 324
    Eighth, education, technology, culture
18-1 education, science and technology, culture main index 329
About 330 basic types of schools 18-2
18-3 331 schools at all levels of
18-4 regular schools of the region (2010) 333
18-5 secondary vocational schools of all regions excluding business schools
    (2010) 333
18-6 Primary Schools by Region (2010) 334
18-7 334 of the enrollment of school-age children
335 18-8 Science and Technology Activities
18-9 The number of items 336 scientific and technological achievements
18-10 state-owned enterprises and institutions of professional and technical personnel
    Year-end 336
18-11 regional state-owned enterprises, professional and technical institutions
    The end of the number of staff (2010) 337
18-12 CAST 338 organizations and activities
18-13 regional culture and the arts, heritage business
    Institutions and personnel number (2010) 339
    Main Statistical Indicators 340
    Ninth, sports, health, social welfare, environmental protection and other
19-1 sports, health, social welfare, environmental protection
    345 and other key indicators
19-2 346 cases of sports
19-3 health institutions, beds and 347 staff
19-4 health institutions, beds -348
19-5 Number of categories of personnel in health institutions 349
19-6 regional health institutions, the number of beds and staff
    (2010) 349
19-7 health institutions, the number of beds and staff
    (2010) 350
19-8 special care and social assistance, welfare of 351
19-9 352 marriage registration
19-10 Basic Environmental Protection 353
19-11 regions 'waste' Discharge and Treatment
    (2010) 355
19-12 lawyers, notaries, grassroots judicial and legal education
    Basic 356
19-13 Transportation, FIRES (2010) 357
    Main Statistical Indicators 358
    XX business survey data
20 • 1 business confidence index (2010) 363
20-2 Business Climate Index (2010) 364
20-3 business climate index of production (2010) 365
20-4 369 companies macroeconomic boom
20-5 370 integrated enterprise production and operation
    Main Statistical Indicators 371
    Twenty-first, the basic unit of
The city's basic unit of 21-1 (2010) -375
21-2 basic unit of state-owned economic situation (2010) 376
21-3 economy as the basic unit of Ju (2010) 377
21-4 "three capital" enterprises in the basic unit of (2010) 378
21-5 basic unit of private enterprises (2010) 379
21-6 basic unit of the private sector (2010) 380
21-7 individual industrial and commercial base case (2010) 381
    Main Statistical Indicators -382
  XXII, country, province and the Pearl River Delta 9 municipal (district)
    Main Economic Indicators
22-1 Main Economic Indicators -385 country
22-2 Main Economic Indicators, Guangdong Province, 386
22-3 9 Pearl River Delta city (district) economy
    Key indicators (2010) 387
22-4 Main Economic Indicators Guangdong cities (2010) 389
    Appendix: PRC Statistics Law
PRC Statistics Law 397
Zhaoqing Statistical Yearbook 2011
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