Statistical Communique of Jilin Province on the 2011

National Economic and Social Development[1]

 

It is the first year of the "12th Five-Year Plan" in 2011. In face of the increasingly complex domestic and international economic situation, people of all nationalities in the province, under the correct leadership of the provincial Party committee and government, firmly grasped two themes, "development" and "people's livelihood", adhered to scientific development, highlighted Jilin characteristics, coordinated and promoted industrialization, urbanization and agricultural modernization and implemented a investment-led, project-driven and innovation-driven strategy so that the province's total economic output stepped onto a new level, agricultural production witnessed a harvest, economic benefits increased dramatically, structural adjustment made a new progress, price level kept basically stable, people's livelihood continued to improve and all social undertakings made ​​new achievements to achieve a good start for the "12th Five-Year Plan".

1. Summary

According to preliminary calculation, the province achieved a GDP of RMB 1.053071 trillion, growing 13.7% over the previous year[2]. Among them, the primary industry realized added value of RMB 127.74 billion, growing 5.1%; the secondary industry realized added value of RMB 560.12 billion, growing 17.5%; the tertiary industry realized added value of 365.211 billion, growing 10.9%. Calculated based on the resident population, the province's per capita GDP reached RMB 38,321, growing 13.4%. The structural proportion of the three industries was 12.1:53.2:34.7 and the contribution rate to economic growth was 4.5%, 66.7% and 28.8%.

The province's private economy achieved added value of RMB 531.8 billion, accounting for 50.5% of the province's GDP; the private economy realized main business income of RMB 1.88604 trillion, growing 30.3%. Comprehensive energy consumption of RMB 1,000 added value of industrial enterprises above the designated size reduced 4.19%.

Figure 1: the province's GDP and its growth in 2007-2011 

In 2011, the province's consumer price index (CPI) was 105.2 (100 in the preceding year, the same below), growing 5.2% over a year earlier. The CPI was 105.4 in rural areas, growing 5.4%; and 105.2 in urban areas, growing 5.2%. The price index of agricultural production was 111.4, up 11.4%; the producer price index (PPI) was 105.4, growing 5.4%; the materials price index (MPI) was 106.1, growing 6.1%; the fixed-assets investment price index was 105.6, up 5.6%.

Table 1: the province's CPI in 2011

100 in the previous year

Index

The whole province

Urban areas

Rural areas

CPI

105.2

105.2

105.4

Food

110.9

110.7

111.8

includinggrain

110.9

110.1

112.4

Alcohol and tobacco

102.2

103.2

100.7

Clothing

103.0

103.2

102.4

Household equipment and services

101.7

102.1

100.8

Medical care and personal articles

103.5

103.4

103.6

Transportation and communication

100.7

99.9

103.4

Entertainment and educational products and services

100.1

99.9

101.1

Residence

105.5

106.0

103.9

 

The annually completed local fiscal revenue was RMB 85.01 billion in 2011, growing 41.1%. Among them, the annually completed tax revenue was RMB 62.42 billion, growing 42.1%. The annually completed corporate income tax revenue was RMB 9.059 billion, growing 48.9%. The tax revenue accounted for 73.4% of local fiscal revenue, up 0.5 percentage points. The annually completed local fiscal expenditure was RMB 220.174 billion, growing 23.2%. Among them, education expenditure was RMB 31.982 billion, growing 27.8%; social security and employment expenditure was RMB 29.899 billion, growing 18.0%; transportation expenditure was RMB 14.979 billion, growing 66.8%; health care expenditure was RMB 14.387 billion, up 29.7%; housing security spending was RMB 12.415 billion, growing 43.0%; energy saving and environmental protection expenditure was RMB 10.242 billion, growing 43.2%.

2. Agriculture

The annual added value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery reached RMB 127.744 billion, growing 5.1% over a year earlier. Among them, the annual added value of the planting industry reached RMB 67.616 billion, growing 6.8%; the annual added value of the forest industry was RMB 5.124 billion, growing 5.4%; the annual added value of the animal husbandry industry was RMB 49.301 billion, growing 2.2%; the annual added value of the fishery industry was RMB 1.908 billion, growing 4.6%; the annual added value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery services was RMB 3.795 billion, growing 9.2%.

The annual sown area of food crops was 68.1752 million mu, growing 791,500 mu or 1.2% over a year earlier. The annual grain yield was 31.71 million tons, growing 11.6%. Among them, corn yield was 23.39 million tons or 7,462.8 kg/ha, growing 16.7% and 13.5%, respectively; rice yield was 6.235 million tons or  9019.9 kg/ha, growing 9.7% and 6.9%, respectively.

Figure 2: the province's grain yield in 2007-2011

The annual output of pork, beef, mutton and poultry meat reached 2.362 million tons[3], growing 1.5% over the previous year. Among them, pork output was 1.22 million tons, growing 1.8%; beef output was 434,000 tons, growing 0.4%; mutton output was 39,000 tons, growing 1.9%; poultry meat output was 669,000 tons, growing 1.5%. The number of live pigs on hand was 9.893 million, growing 0.3%; the number of slaughtered pigs was 14.802 million, growing 1.8%. Milk output was 452,000 tons, growing 3.9%. Egg output was 953,000 tons, down 0.4%.

Table 2: the province's output of major agricultural products and by-products in 2011

Index

Unit

Annual yield/output

Growth %

 

Grain yield

10,000 t

3171

11.6

Vegetable yield

10,000 t

971.3

-10.0

Output of pork, beef, mutton and poultry meat

10,000 t

236.2

1.5

Egg output

10,000 t

95.3

-0.4

Milk output

10,000 t

45.2

3.9

Aquatic output

10,000 t

17.3

4.1

Pigs on hand

10,000 pigs

989.3

0.3

Cattle on hand

10,000 pieces

442.0

4.1

Sheep on hand

10,000 pieces

391.6

-1.8

Poultry on hand

100 million pieces

1.5

4.5

Slaughtered pigs

10,000 pigs

1480.2

1.8

Slaughtered cattle

10,000 pieces

294.3

0.2

Slaughtered sheep

10,000 pieces

310.9

1.7

Slaughtered poultry

100 million pieces

3.8

1.5

 

By the end of 2011, the province's agricultural machine power reached 23.5503 million kw, growing 9.8%. The number of major agricultural machines and equipment increased. The number of possessed large and medium tractors, electromechanical wells and water-saving irrigation equipment reached 350,700, 175,600 and 30,400, growing 19.4%, 3.6% and 9.0%, respectively. The irrigation and water conservancy construction further strengthened and the effective irrigation area and dried and flooded area under control and ensuring stable yields reached 1.8075 million hectares and 1.1162 million hectares, growing 4.7% and 5.0%. Among them, the annual newly-added effective irrigation area was ​​80,700 hectares and the annual newly-added water-saving irrigation area was 68,200 hectares. The annual rural electricity consumption reached 4.251 billion kwh, growing 7.6%.

The number of the province's large-scale agricultural industrialization organizations reached up to 4,000, growing 2.6%. The processing capacity of grains reached 15 million tons, growing 1.4%, and the slaughtering and processing capacity of livestock and poultry reached 360 million pieces, growing 5.9%. The output value of the horticulture industry reached RMB 83 billion, growing 17.3%; the sales revenue of the agricultural product processing industry reached RMB 308.3 billion, growing 20.9%. The number of products with effective use of green food logos, organic food, pollution-free agricultural products and identified pollution-free agricultural production places of origin reached 895, 318, 2,553 and 481 and the environmental monitoring area reached 45 million mu. Annual output of products using green food logos, organic food and pollution-free agricultural products reached 35.2 million tons, realizing output value of RMB 54 billion, increasing farmers' income by RMB 6.21 billion and bring about 2.9 million rural households.

3. Industry and building industry

In 2011, the province's total industrial added value reached RMB 490.77 billion, growing 18.5% over a year earlier; the added value of industries above the designated size reached RMB 453.164 billion[4], growing 18.8% over a year earlier, up 3.8 percentage points over the objective determined at the beginning of the year. Among them, the light industry realized added value of RMB 131.66 billion, growing 24.9%; the heavy industry realized added value of RMB 321.51 billion, growing 16.5%.

Table 3: the added value of industries above the designated size in the province in 2011

Unit: RMB 100 million

Index

Industrial added value

Growth%

Total

4531.64

18.8

The light industry

1316.58

24.9

The heavy industry

3215.06

16.5

Among the totalstate-owned and state-controlled enterprises

1851.08

9.8

 

Figure 3: the added value of industries above the designated size and its growth in the province in 2007-2011

 

In the province's industries above the designated size, eight key industries realized total added value of RMB 374.297 billion[5], accounting for 82.6% of industries above the designated size and growing 17.9% and the key industries contributed 78.7% to the growth of the province's industries above the designated size.  

Table 4: the industrial added value of key industries in 2011

 

Added value RMB 100 million

Growth

%

Contribution

%

Total of industries above the designated size

4531.64

18.8

 

    Total of key industries

3742.97

17.9

78.7

1. the transportation equipment manufacturing

1297.00

12.4

21.3

       including: automobile

1233.18

10.6

17.7

     2. the petrochemical industry

678.67

12.8

9.8

     3. the food industry

706.47

24.3

18.8

     4. the information industry

95.04

33.7

3.5

     5. the pharmaceutical industry

234.87

32.4

8.0

     6. the metallurgy and building materials industry

566.49

23.7

14.3

7. the energy industry

83.79

14.3

1.5

8. the textile industry

80.65

16.1

1.5

 

The six high energy-consuming industries achieved total added value of RMB 99.446 billion[6], growing 20.4%. The high-tech manufacturing industry realized added value of RMB 28.563 billion, growing 31.4%.The equipment manufacturing industry realized added value of RMB 45.56 billion, growing 35.8%.

 

Table 5: the output of the province's major industrial products and its growth in 2011

Product name

Unit

Output

Growth%

Yarn

10,000 t

7.07

20.8

Cloth

100 million m

0.51

39.9

Clothing

10,000 pieces

21583.10

14.7

Chemical fiber

10,000 t

29.55

8.5

Mixed feed

10,000 t

733.81

35.9

Refined edible vegetable oil

10,000 t

87.86

64.1

Soft drinks

10,000 t

623.54

29.6

Cigar

100 million cigars

430.00

7.5

Automotive instrument

10,000 instruments

115.81

-7.3

Raw coal

10,000 t

5373.88

13.4

Coke

10,000 t

473.81

12.6

Natural crude oil

10,000 t

739.40

3.9

Crude oil processing capacity

10,000 t

1001.64

21.6

Power generating capacity

100 million kwh

701.93

19.9

Crude steel

10,000 t

925.23

11.9

Steel product

10,000 t

1069.01

22.1

Pig iron

10,000 t

941.43

36.6

Ferroalloy

10,000 t

57.91

21.5

Gold

kg

9641.90

-11.7

Ten kinds of nonferrous metals

10,000 t

1.74

204.0

Cement

10,000 t

4221.31

6.0

Sulfuric acid (100%)

10,000 t

23.08

15.1

Synthetic ammonia

10,000 t

55.34

-8.1

Synthetic rubber

10,000 t

18.01

-0.6

Ethylene

10,000 t

80.49

-3.4

Agricultural chemical fertilizers (pure nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium)

10,000 t

27.67

13.9

Chemical medicines

10,000 t

1.31

36.7

Chinese patent medicine

10,000 t

41.58

45.5

Auto

10,000 autos

163.20

-1.8

     includingcar

10,000 cars

119.73

4.6

 

Industrial enterprises above the designated size realized annual profits of RMB 112.125 billion, growing RMB 32.651 billion or 44.6% over the previous year. The annual economic efficiency index of industries above the designated size was 320.13%, growing 12.6 percentage points over the previous year.

Private industrial enterprises above the designated size realized annual added value of RMB 269.059 billion, growing 28.9%, 10.1 percent points higher than the average growth of all industries above the designated size; reaped profits of RMB 40.968 billion, growing 69.4%.

Building enterprises realized annual added value of RMB 69.353 billion, growing 20.2%. Building enterprises with general and professional contracting qualification completed output value of RMB 161.54 billion, growing 19.6%; all-personnel labor productivity of the building industry was RMB 162,912/person (based on total output value of the building industry), down 4.6%; the building industry achieved profits and taxes of RMB 10.73 billion, growing 12.5%.

4. Fixed-assets investment

Annually completed fixed-assets investments reached RMB 744.171 billion[7], growing 30.3% over the previous year, and per capita investments reached RMB 27,080.41. Among them, fixed-assets investments (excluding rural households) reached RMB 722.164 billion, growing 30.4%.

Figure 4: annual social fixed-assets investment year-on-year growth in 2007-2011

Among the fixed-assets investments (excluding rural households), the primary industry completed an investment of RMB 19.707 billion, surging 1.1 times; the secondary industry completed an investment of RMB 404.163 billion, growing 27.2%; the tertiary industry completed an investment of RMB 298.294 billion, growing 31.7%.

Annually completed industrial investments reached RMB 399.339 billion, growing 27.1%, 3.2 percent points lower than the overall investment growth and contributing 55.3% to total social investment growth. Annual private investments reached RMB 519.425 billion and the proportion of private investments reached up to 71.9%, 4.9 percentage points higher than the previous year.

Table 6: the province's fixed-assets investments (excluding rural households) and its growth in 2011

Unit: RMB 100 million

Index

Investment

Growth%

Completed investment

7221.64

30.4

   # Real estate development investment

1165.39

26.5

    State-controlled

2031.23

-7.5

    Residential housing

984.81

26.3

By industry

 

 

    The primary industry

197.07

106.2

    The secondary industry

4041.63

27.2

    The tertiary industry

2982.94

31.7

By relationship of subordination

 

 

    Central project

516.19

-26.5

    Local project

6705.45

38.7

By construction nature

 

 

   #Construction

2515.89

31.4

    Expansion

1420.50

22.5

    Reconstruction and technological transformation

1773.09

41.8

By composite

 

 

    Building engineering

3950.50

34.1

    Installation engineering

329.94

15.9

    Purchase of equipment, tools and instruments

2181.19

27.1

    Other expenses

760.01

28.9

               

Annually completed non-state-owned fixed-assets investments were RMB 546.153 billion, growing 48.1% and accounting for 75.6% of total fixed-assets investments. Among them, private companies completed an investment of RMB 180.246 billion, surging 1.1 times.

Annual newly-built projects completed an investment of RMB 251.589 billion, growing 31.4% over a year earlier; expansion projects completed an investment of RMB 142.05 billion, growing 22.5%; reconstruction and technological transformation projects completed an investment of RMB 177.309 billion, growing 41.8%.

Annually completed real estate development investments were RMB 116.539 billion, growing 26.5%. The completion area of commodity housing was 16.5617 million square meters, down 18.4%; the building area of commodity housing sold was 23.6425 million square meters, down 0.7%. Among them, the sales area of residential housing was 20.6073 million square meters, down 2.1%.

5. Domestic trade

Annual retail sales of social consumer goods reached RMB 411.612 billion, growing 17.5% over the previous year. Based on places of business[8], annual retail sales of social consumer goods reached RMB 372.822 billion in urban areas, growing 17.1%; annual retail sales of social consumer goods reached RMB 38.79 billion in rural areas, growing 21.7%, 4.2 percentage points higher than the average growth across the province and 4.6 percentage points higher than the growth in urban areas. Based on patterns of consumption, retail sales of commodities reached RMB 369.367 billion, growing 17.2%, and food and beverage revenue reached RMB 42.236 billion, growing 20.7%.

Figure 5: the province's annual retail sales of social consumer goods and its growth in 2007-2011

 

Table 7: the province's annual retail sales of social consumer goods and its growth in 2011

Unit: RMB 100 million

Index

Retail sales of social consumer goods

Growth%

Total retail sales of social consumer goods

4116.12

17.5

By patterns of consumption

 

 

Retail sales of commodities

3693.76

17.2

Food and beverage revenue

422.36

20.7

By scale

 

 

Above the designated size

1515.18

28.9

Below the designated size

2600.94

10.0

By places of business:

 

 

Urban area

3728.22

17.1

Rural area

387.90

21.7

 

Among the province's retail sales of commodities of enterprise above the designated size, the retail sales of gold and silver jewelry was up 54.6%; petroleum and its products, up 38.3%; building and decoration materials, up 37.3%; furniture, up 34.5%; grains, oil and food, up 33.9%; cosmetics, up 31.2%; clothing, up 26.7%; motor vehicles, up 25.5%; daily necessities, up 23.6%; Chinese and Western medicines, up 23.0%; communications equipment, up 19.4%; household appliances and audiovisual equipment, up 18.0%; newspapers and magazines, up 9.8%; cultural and office supplies, up 1.7%; sports and recreation articles, down 19.1%.

6. Foreign trade

According to customs statistics, annual import and export value reached USD 22.047 billion, growing 30.9%. Among them, the export value was USD 4.998 billion, growing 11.7%; the import value was USD 17.049 billion, growing 37.8%.

Table 8: major categories of province's import and export trade in 2011

Index

The amount completedUSD 100 million

Growth%

Total

220.47

30.9

Export value

49.98

11.7

includinggeneral trade

30.87

20.2

    processing trade

10.94

-4.4

Import value

170.49

37.8

includinggeneral trade

158.99

40.0

    processing trade

5.03

12.1

 

Figure 6: the province's annual import and export value in 2007-2011

Annual actually-used foreign capital was USD 4.947 billion, growing 18.8% and including foreign direct investment of USD 1.481 billion, growing 15.7%. Annually paid-in foreign capital reached RMB 313.402 billion, growing 25.8% and including actually-used capital from other provinces of RMB 292.109 billion, growing 32%.

7. Transportation, post and telecom and tourism

In 2011, the province's various modes of transports completed turnover of freight traffic of 158.17 billion tons kilometers, growing 13.6% over a year earlier; completed freight dispatched of 520 million tons, growing 15.6%. The annual passenger turnover was 55.19 billion person-kilometers, up 7.9%; annual passenger delivery volume was 680 million persons, growing 4.6%. Civil Aviation Group guaranteed taking-off and landing flight for 51,000 sorties and completed passenger throughput of 6.12 million person times.

By the end of 2011, the mileage of railways under operation has reached 4,000.3 km in the province; the mileage of roads has been 91,800 km, including 83,800 km or 91.3% of high-grade roads and 2,252 km of expressways; the mileage of substandard highways was 7,964 km, accounting for 8.7% of total mileage of roads. By the end of 2011, the number of inventoried civilian cars has been 2.0109 million, growing 16.1% over the end of a year earlier. The number of inventoried private cars has been 1.5924 million, growing 18.5% and including 778,500 private sedans, growing 22.9%.

Figure 7: the province's annual inventory of civilian cars and its growth in 2007-2011

By the end of 2011, the province has owned 964 post offices and total length of postal routes of 31,170 km; total length of long-distance optical fiber cables was 21,843 km. Total turnover of the post and telecom industry reached RMB 23.53 billion, growing 12.4%. Among them, the turnover of postal services was RMB 1.51 billion, growing 12.3%; the turnover of telecom services was RMB 22.02 billion, growing 12.4%. In the postal services, the province completed sending 65.87 million letters, down 29.3%; sending 710,000 parcels, up 12.6%; 3.61 million handling bills of exchanges, down 2.9%; subscribing and selling 270 million pieces of newspapers, up 4.0%; sending 9.86 million pieces of EMS, up 16.3%. Average balance of postal savings reached RMB 521 billion, growing 20.6%.

As of the end of 2011, the number of exchange boards used by post offices in the province has been 5.05 million; the number of fixed-line telephone users has been 5.793 million, including 4.34 million urban telephone users and 1.453 million rural telephone users. The penetration rate of fixed-line telephone users has been 21.1 telephones/100 people. The number of mobile phone users has been 20.041 million and the penetration rate of mobile phones has been 73 phones/100 people, growing 10.8%. The number of Internet broadband users has been 3.106 million, growing 8.6%.

In 2011, the province received domestic and foreign tourists for 76.413 million person times, growing 17.72%. Among them, the number of received domestic tourists was 75.4198 million person times, growing 17.68%; the number of received inbound tourists was 993,200 person times, growing 21.11%; the number of received foreign tourists was 854,900 person times and the number of received tourists from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan was 138,300 person times. Annual tourism income was RMB 92.933 billion, growing 26.8%. Among them, the domestic tourism revenue was RMB 90.429 billion, growing 26.94%; foreign-currency tourism revenue reached USD 385 million, growing 26.35%. As of the end of 2011, the number of travel agencies has been 583 in the province. The number of star hotels has been 208, including six five-star hotels. As of the end of 2011, the province has owned national grade-A tourist attractions of 125, including three grade-5A tourist attractions.

8. Financial industry, securities and insurance

By the end of 2011, outstanding deposits in domestic and foreign currencies granted by financial institutions in the province have been RMB 1.096195 trillion, growing RMB 125.953 billion over the beginning of the year; outstanding loans in domestic and foreign currencies granted by these financial institutions have been RMB 824.092 billion, growing RMB 112.932 billion over the beginning of the year. Among them, RMB-denominated loans offered by rural cooperative institutions have been RMB 101.026 billion, growing RMB 9.309 billion over the beginning of the year; RMB-denominated personal consumption loans have been RMB 87.676 billion, growing RMB 17.338 billion over the beginning of the year.

Table 9: domestic- and foreign-currency deposits and loans granted by financial institutions in the province and their growth in 2011

 Unit: RMB 100 million

Index

Year-end figure

Growth over the end of the previous year

%

Outstanding deposits in domestic and foreign currencies

10961.95

12.92

includingcorporate deposits

4560.04

9.92

individual deposits

5908.78

13.54

Outstanding RMB-denominated deposits

10874.19

13.16

Outstanding loans in domestic and foreign currencies

8240.92

15.52

includingshort-term loans

2977.53

11.54

long- and medium-term loans

5060.98

17.10

 

Figure 8: annual outstanding domestic- and foreign-currency deposits and loans granted by financial institutions in the province and their growth in 2007-2011

As of the end of 2011, the number of listed companies in the province has been 37, growing two over the end of the previous year. Annual trading value of stocks and funds in the securities market totaled RMB 561.168 billion.

As of the end of 2011, the number of various types of main bodies in the insurance market has been 25, growing two over the end of the previous year; the number of insurance intermediaries and by-business insurance agencies has been 39 and 4,970 and annual original insurance premium revenue reached RMB 22.336 billion, growing 6.67% over the previous year. Among them, life insurance premium revenue reached RMB 14.085 billion, growing 2.24%; health insurance and accident insurance premium revenue reached RMB 1.351 billion, growing 25.77%; property insurance premium revenue reached RMB 6.9 billion, growing 13.33%. Annual original insurance indemnity reached RMB 5.997 billion, growing 11.36%. Among them, life insurance indemnity reached RMB 2.447 billion, growing 14.32%; health insurance and accident insurance indemnity reached RMB 454 million, growing 21.77%; property insurance indemnity reached RMB 3.096 billion, growing 7.8%.

9. Science and technology and education

As of the end of 2011, the number of academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering has been 18 in the province (excluding double-hired academicians). The number of national key laboratories, key laboratories co-established by Jilin Province and the Ministry of Science and Technology, provincial key laboratories and provincial scientific and technological innovation center (including the engineering technology research centers) has been 12, 3, 31 and 81 in the province.

In 2011, the number of applied and authorized domestic patents was 8,196 and 4,921 in the province, growing 27.2% and 13.3% over the previous year. Among them, the number of applied and authorized invention patents reached 3,334 and 1,202, growing 19.6% and 53.1%, respectively. In 2011 (from November 1, 2010 to October 31, 2011), the number of registered provincial scientific and technological achievements was 500. There were eight scientific research achievements obtaining the State Science and Technology Award; 26 achievements obtaining the first prize of Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award; 95 achievements obtaining the second prize of Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award; one achievement obtaining the second prize of Provincial Science and Technology Invention Progress Award; four achievements obtaining the third prize of Provincial Science and Technology Invention Progress Award; the number of signed science and technology contracts reached 3,072 in the year, with contractual turnover of RMB 2.626 billion.

As of the end of 2011, the number of product quality inspection institutions has been 711 in the province, including 14 national quality inspection centers and supervising and checking 625 batches of 30 kinds of products. The number of quality certification institutions was four in the province, the number of enterprises passing the voluntary certification was 3,940 and the number of certificates granted was 4,807. The number of authorized measurement institutions was 63 and the number of mandatory verification and measurement instruments was 131,300, growing 7.5%. As of the end of 2011, the province has owned 246 Jilin Province branded products.

In 2011, the province's meteorological departments at all levels released all kinds of meteorological disaster warning signals for 1,511 times and SMS warning signals for 58 million person times. The number of aircraft artificial rainfall operations, cross-regional aircraft rainfall operations and ground artificial rainfall enhancement operations was 47 sorties, 13 times and 242 times, and accumulatively-increased rainfall was 1.55 billion cubic meters, growing 6.9% over the previous year. The number of artificial hail suppression operations was 829 times to protect 40,000 square kilometers of farmland from losses caused by the hail disaster. The number of seismic stations was 38 in the province, including 16 volcano observing stations, and the province had a total of 18 observing wells.

As of the end of 2011, the number of primary schools, recruited students and student at schools has been 5,600, 250,000 and 1.439 million. The number of junior high schools, recruited students and student at schools has been 1,230, 232,000 and 752,000. The number of ordinary high schools, recruited students and students at schools has been 248, 169,000 and 479,000. The number of secondary vocational education schools (institutions), recruited students, student at schools, graduates and graduates obtaining the Vocational Certificate has been 352, 92,000, 266,000, 97,000 and 41,000. The number of technical training schools (institutions) and enrolled students has been 2,559 and 627,000. The number of pre-school institutions has been 5,799, including 3,432 independently-built kindergartens, and the number of children admitted to kindergarten (class) and children at kindergarten (class) has been 283,000 and 460,000. The number of special education schools and students at school has been 46 and 6,015.

The number of graduate student training institutions was 19 in the province, recruiting graduate students of 18,000 throughout the year and having internal graduate students of 55,000. There were 57 ordinary colleges and universities, including 37 ordinary undergraduate colleges and universities (including nine independent institutes opened by ordinary colleges and universities) and 20 junior education (professional training) colleges; the number of recruited ordinary regular and junior education students was 163,000 and the number of internal regular and junior education students was 563,000, growing 18,000 over the end of the previous year. The number of regular and junior education students recruited by adult colleges and universities in the year and internal students was 73,000 and 153,000.

As of the end of 2011, the number of various types of private schools (institutions) at all levels has been 2,894 and students at school 496,000. Among them, the number of private colleges and universities (including independent institutes) and students at school has been 15 and 111,000; the number of non-private higher education institutions and various types of enrolled students has been 14 and 5,268; the number of private high schools and students at school has been 26 and 31,000; the number of private secondary vocational schools and students at school has been 85 and 34,000; the number of private junior high schools and students at school has been 31 and 54,000; the number of private primary schools and students at school has been 20 and  36,000; the number of private kindergartens and students at school has been 2,703 and 225,000.

The number of independently-established minority high schools and students at school has been 25 and 17,000; the number of minority junior high schools and students at school has been 43 and 11,000; the number of minority primary schools and students at school has been 70 and 27,000; the number of minority kindergartens and children at kindergarten has been 48 and 15,000.

10. Culture, health and sports

As of the end of 2011, in the province, the number of cultural centers and performing arts groups has been 77 and 67; the number of public libraries has been 65; the number of museums has been 58 and the number of visitors reached 6.72 million person times annually.

In 2011, the province published 22,000 kinds (sets) of books, including more than 13,000 kinds of new books, the number of newly-added book varieties exceeded 10,000 for the first time, and total value of delivered books exceeded RMB 5.5 billion. Annually-issued and –published newspaper was close to 1.5 billion pieces and sales revenue was expected to reach RMB 1.6 billion. The number of annually-issued and –published journals was close to 320 and sales revenue reached RMB 2 billion. Newspaper and journal advertising revenue was close to RMB 700 million. Annually-issued and –published audio and video and electronic publications exceeded 540 kinds to achieve output value of nearly RMB 50 million. Annual output value of printing, copying and CD-ROM production reached RMB 6.8 billion. Annual economic scale of Internet and digital publishing exceeded RMB 500 million. Annual sales value of various publications was nearly RMB 6.2 billion. In 2011, annual economic scale of the province's news publishing industry was expected to reach RMB 24 billion, growing 20% over a year earlier.

The radio population coverage rate reached 98.53%; the TV population coverage rate reached 98.64%; the number of cable radio and TV users reached 4.93 million, including 3.4498 million digital TV users.

As of the end of 2011, the number of health technicians has been 139,100 in the province, including 59,600 practicing doctors and assistant doctors and 48,000 registered nurses. Hospitals and health centers have owned 112, 400 medical care beds. There have been 768 township hospitals in the province, owning 17,700 beds and 19,500 health technicians. The province has built 539 community health service centers (stations) and 11,600 village health centers. All counties (cities, districts and development zones) in the province have implemented the new-type rural cooperative medical care system, with coverage rate of 100%. The number of farmers participating in the new-type rural cooperative medical care system has been 13.0205 million and the participation rate has reached 99.07%. Annually raised capital reached RMB 2.996 billion; the number of farmers benefiting from the new-type rural cooperative medical care system has been 7.0492 million and the compensation funds paid has been RMB 2.618 billion, accounting for 87.36% of total raised capital. The number of annually reported type A and B infectious diseases reached 71,000 and the number of reported deaths was 167; the reported incidence rate of type A and B infectious diseases was 259.5/100,000 and the mortality rate was 0.61/100,000. The maternal mortality rate was 17.02/100,000; the infant mortality rate was 6.83/100,000; the penetration rate of rural sanitary toilets reached 74.93%.

In 2011, the province won 101 gold medals, 93 silver medals and 79 bronze medals in the international and domestic major sporting competitions. The number of trained and approved grade 1, 2 and 3 social sports instructors reached 600, 5,662 and 3,435 in the year. The number of newly-built state-level national outdoor fitness camps, city- (prefecture-) level national fitness centers, county- (city- and district-) level national fitness squares, street (community) fitness paths, township fitness paths and administrative villages equipped with sport equipment reached 1, 1, 6, 110, 207, 147 and 726. The number of newly-built national fitness stations and state-level youth sports clubs reached 367 and 8 and the number of people participating in fitness activities reached 2.26 million person times.

11. Population, people's lives and social security

As of the end of 2011, the province's total population has been 2749.41 million, growing 28,100 over the end of the previous year. The number of new births was 179,500 in the year and the birth rate was 6.53 ‰; the number of deaths was 151,500 and the death rate was 5.51 ‰; the natural growth rate was 1.02 ‰. The sex ratio was 102.68.

Table 10: the province's population and its composition in 2011

Unit: 10,000 people

Index

Year-end figure

Proportion%

the province's total population

2749.41

 

    includingurban areas

1468.19

53.4

          rural areas

1281.22

46.6

includingmale

1392.88

50.66

          female

1356.53

49.34

  including0 to 14 years old

356.10

12.95

        15 to 64 years old

2153.34

78.32

       65 years old and above

239.97

8.73

 

In 2011, per capita disposable income of urban residents reached RMB 17,796.57 in the province, growing 15.5% over a year earlier; per capita consumption expenditure of urban residents was RMB 13,010.63, growing 11.4%. Per capita net income of rural residents reached RMB 7,509.9, growing 20.4% per capita consumption expenditure of rural residents was RMB 5,305.8, growing 27.9%. Urban Engel coefficient was 32.7% and rural Engel coefficient was 35.3%. Per capita housing area of urban residents was ​​28.88 square meters, increasing 0.47 square meters; per capita housing area of rural residents was 24.4 square meters, increasing 1.5 square meters.

Figure 9: annual per capita disposable income of urban residents and per capita net income of rural residents in the province in 2007-2011

As of the end of 2011, the province's urban basic old-age insurance coverage has reached 6.17 million people, growing 3.04% over a year earlier. Among them, the number of insured workers has been 3.964 million, growing 0.89%. The number of people participating in urban basic medical insurance has been 13.5 million in the province, growing 1.23% over a year earlier. The number of people participating in unemployment insurance has been 2.47 million, growing 0.70%. The number of people participating in work injury insurance has reached 3.316 million, growing 10.35%. The number of people participating in maternity insurance has reached 3.359 million, growing 8.18%.

In 2011, the province totally raised urban and rural basic living allowance funds of RMB 4.184 billion, including RMB 3.1 billion for urban areas and CNY 1.084 billion for rural areas. Monthly minimum basic living allowance and monthly subsidy per capita of urban residents reached RMB 267 and RMB 228, growing 18.14% and 15.15% over the previous year; annual minimum basic living allowance and annual subsidy per capita of rural residents reached RMB 1,582 and RMB 1,200, growing 19.94% and 21.33%, to effectively guarantee the basic lives of 2.13 million urban and rural basic living allowance objects in the province. Annually-invested medical aid funds reached RMB 630 million to aid the rescue of urban and rural poor people for 2.09 million person times, including directly-aided people of 600,000 person times. The province allocated 174 million relief funds from the public finance annually to make proper arrangements for the basic living of affected people for 2.015 million person times. In 2011, the province completed reconstruction of mud thatched cottages for 52,297 needy households, 2,961 more than the target determined by the provincial government at the beginning of the year. The province granted funding of RMB 59.73 million for rural residents without the ability to work and livelihood security from the public finance. Currently, the number of rural residents without the ability to work and livelihood security enjoying the government support is 119,000, including 33,000 centralized-support residents and 86,000 scattered-support residents. Annual subsidy standard for centralized support is RMB 3,000 per capita and annual subsidy standard for scattered support is RMB 2,000 per capita. The province actively promoted the experimental construction of rural communities and invested a total of RMB 450 million in completing construction of 1,827 rural community service centers.

12Environmental protection and production safety

In 2011, chemical oxygen demand (COD) emissions reached 824,700 tons in the province, falling 1.15% over the previous year; ammonia emissions reached 58,200 tons, falling 0.91% over the previous year; sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions reached 413,200 tons, down 0.88%; nitrogen oxide emissions were controlled within 604,700 tons.

The province completed the preparation of the "12th Five-Year Plan" of Jilin Province on Water Pollution Control in Songhua River Basin and the "12th Five-Year Plan" of Jilin Province on Water Pollution Control in Liaohe River Basin. Among them, there were 152 planned projects in Songhua River Basin, with a total investment of RMB 9.787 billion; there were 74 planned projects in Liaohe River Basin, with a total investment of RMB 563,600. In 2011, the number of implemented planned projects in Songhua River Basin was 58, with a total investment of RMB 2.1 billion; the number of implemented planned projects in Liaohe River Basin was 18, with a total investment of RMB 200 million.

The province's air quality status was stabile generally, all prefecture-level cities' air quality reached the national grade II standard and the number of good air quality days was 349.

The water quality of 63.5% of 74 monitoring sections of the province's 20 rivers was better than grade III. The water quality of provincial-boundary section of Songhua River Basin stably maintained the national water quality requirement.

The province had 38 various types of nature reserves, including 13 national natural reserves, 17 provincial national natural reserves and eight city and county nature reserves. The area of nature reserves reached 2.3077 million hectares, accounting for 12.31% of the province's land area.

In 2011, the province's production safety situation was generally stable. The number of various kinds of accidents occurring and deaths was 11,430 and 1,656, falling 1,092 or 8.7% and 105 or 6% over a year earlier. Among them, the number of accidents occurring in mining and commercial enterprises and deaths was 119 and 156, falling 19 or 13.8% and 52 or 25% over a year earlier.

In 2011, the mortality rate of production safety accidents per RMB 100 million GDP was 0.159, down 0.041 or 20.5% over a year earlier; the mortality rate of traffic accidents per 10,000 vehicles was 3.677, down 0.423 or 10.3% over a year earlier; the mortality rate per million tons of coal was 0.88, down 0.52 or 37.1% over a year earlier.

[1] All data in this Communique are based on preliminary statistics. There may be difference between part of the data and the amount of subtotals due to rounding.

[2] The absolute number of local GDP and added value of each industry are calculated at current prices and the growth was calculated at comparable prices.

[3] The data in the livestock industry used in this Communique are based on main monitoring data provided by Jilin Survey Corps of the National Buruea of Statistics.

[4] Since 2011, the starting point of industrial enterprises above the designated size included in the industrial statistical coverage has been lifted to annual main business income of RMB 20 million from RMB 5 million.

[5] The eight key industries refer to eight important industries mainly developed by the province, such as transportation equipment manufacturing, petrochemical, food, information, pharmaceutical, metallurgy and building materials, energy and textile industries.

[6] The six high energy-consuming industries are the chemical materials and chemical products manufacturing, non-metallic mineral products industry, ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industry, non-ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industry, oil processing and coking and nuclear fuel processing industry and electricity and heat production and supply industry.

[7] Since 2011, the starting point of fixed-assets investment statistics has been lifted to total planned investment of RMB 5 million from RMB 500,000, so the absolute number of fixed-assets investments in 2011 is incomparable with 2010, but the growth over the previous year is based on a comparable basis. Meanwhile, the monthly investment statistics system expands the scope to urban and rural enterprises and organizations from urban ones and defines it as "fixed-assets investments (excluding rural households)".

[8] Since 2010, the statistics of total retail sales of social consumer goods will be based on new grouping, meaning grouping the location of operating units based on "urban area" and "rural area" from "city", "county" and "below county", cancelling grouping by industry and setting up new grouping based on two patterns of consumption " retail sales of commodities" and "food and beverage revenue".

Note: Part of indicator data used in this Communique are based on industry statistics provided by relevant departments directly affiliated to the provincial government.

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