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Statistical Communique on the 2003 National Economic and Social Development of the City of Beijing
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February 12,2004

 

The year 2003 was a year that witnessed the beginning of all-sided drive of a relatively comfortable community. Under the leadership of Beijing municipal Party committee of the Communist Party of China and Beijing Municipal Government, the people of Beijing followed the guidance of the important principle of the “Three Represents”(the CPC represents the requirement to develop advanced productive force, an orientation towards advanced culture and the fundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the people in China) as well as the spirit of the Third Plenary Session of the 16th CPC Central Committee. A strategic target of “New Beijing, Great Olympics ” was highlighted. Accelerated development was considered as the general keynote and the optimization of development environment as the main task to actively response to the new changes in the international and domestic situation. Beijing people devoted every effort to eliminate the negative effect brought by the SARS epidemic. They blazed new trails with a pioneering spirit and worked diligently. Beijing’s economy remained rapid growing. The opening up and reform together with the modernization drive made new progress continuously. Science, technology, education, culture, health, sports and other social undertakings progressed in a comprehensive way. The income of urban and rural households increased rapidly, with the people’s living standard further improved.

 

I. General Outlook 

Economic strength: The national economy remained rapid and sound development. According to the preliminary statistics, the gross domestic product (GDP) of Beijing was 361.19 billion yuan in 2003, up by 10.5 percent over the previous year, reaching the aim of expected growth rate. The economic growth rate kept over 10 percent for consecutive five years. The per capita GDP reached 31613 yuan, up by 9.2 percent over the previous yearequivalent to some US$3819 at current exchange rate.

Trend of economic performance: The economy of Beijing went through the baptism of SARS spread in the first half of 2003. The year 2003 saw an economic performance featuring “higher-startfallbackrecoverybounceback”.

Industrial structure: The overall structure of the tertiary, secondary and primary industries was stable. In 2003, the added value of the primary industry was 9.53 billion yuan, up by 3.3 percent over the previous yearthat of the secondary industry, 129.85 billion yuan, up by 11.9 percent over the previous yearand that of the tertiary industry, 221.82 billion yuan, up by 10 percent over the previous year. The proportion of the three industries was 2.6 percent, 36.0 percent and 61.4 percent respectively. Of which, the proportion of the secondary industry was 1.2 percentage points higher than the previous year. The three industries contributed 0.93 percent, 41.74 percent and 57.33 percent to Beijing’s economic growth respectively.

Financial revenue and expenditure: Financial revenues remained rapid growth, with the controlling capability improved continuously. In 2003, the financial revenue of local governments of Beijing for general budget registered 59.25 billion yuan, up by 18.2 percent over the previous year. In the financial revenues, the value-added tax and sales tax was 7.53 billion yuan and 26.37 billion yuan, up by 12.8 percent and 15.8 percent over the previous year respectivelythe corporate income tax and individual income tax was 9.37 billion yuan and 5.72 billion yuan, up by 17.8 percent and 16.7 percent. The financial expenditure of local governments of Beijing for general budget registered 73.72 billion yuan (including 3.61 billion yuan of central governments) , up by 17.3 percent. Of which, expenditures for undertakings in science, education, culture and health totaled 17.55 billion yuanup by 19.6 percentand those for the capital construction and latent power exploitation, 12.17 billion yuan, up by 15.1 percent.  A total of 1.49 billion yuan taxes, charges and funds were deducted and exempted by local finance to fight against the SARS.

Market price: The price index rose slightly. The consumer price index of Beijing was 100.2 percent; the ex-factory price index of industrial products was 101.5 percent; the purchasing price index of raw material, fuel and power was 104.7 percentan increase of 2 percentage points, 4.9 percentage points and 7.6 percentage points over the previous year respectively.

Three major demands: Driven jointly by three major demands of investment, consumption and export, the independent economic growth was provided with powerful motivity.

Investment in fixed assets: The fixed assets investment maintained rapid growth. In 2003, the completed investment in fixed assets of Beijing was 215.71 billion yuan, up by 18.9 percent over the previous year. The investment focused on the residential buildings and infrastructures. In 2003, the investment in residential buildings was 69.24 billion yuanup by 9.1 percent over the precious year. The investment in residential buildings accounted for 32.1 percent of the total investment in fixed assets, representing a decrease of 2.9 percentage points from the previous year. In 2003, the investment in infrastructures was 41.78 billion yuan, up by 1.4 percent over the previous yearaccounting for 19.4 percent of the total investment in fixed assets.

Social investment was tending active. The investment by non-state-owned enterprises became the major driving force for the rapid growth of investment of Beijing. The investment by non-state-owned enterprises was 141.20 billion yuan in 2003up by 35.4 percentaccounting for 65.5 percent of in the total investment in fixed assets. Of which, the investment by non-state-owned home-funded enterprises was 113.52 billion yuanup by 35.2 percentaccounting for 52.6 percent of in the total investment in fixed assets.

Investment in the transformation and renovation as well as the industrial technical innovation was started fully. In 2003, the investment in transformation and renovation of Beijing was 21.62 billion yuan, up by 27.5 percent over the previous yearthat in the industrial technical innovation was 9.24 billion yuan, up by 58.6 percent over the previous year.

The coefficient of fixed assets investment yields was 0.19approximately equal to the prior year’s  0.20. The rate of fixed assets investment was 59.7 percentrepresenting an increase of 3.3 percentage points over the previous year.

Consumption: There were outstanding hot points on the consumer market. In 2003, the retail sales of consumer goods was 191.67 billion yuan, up by 14.5 percent over the previous yearwith a real growth of 16.6 percent allowing for the influence of price changes. Structuring upgrading became the important factor promoting the increase of consumption demand. Consumer hot points mainly focused on residential house, transportation, telecommunication and other fields. In 2003, 17.711 million square meters of   commercial residential buildings were sold, up by 10.4 percentwith the sales reaching 78.92 billion yuan, up by 10.1 percent408,000 automobiles in various categories were soldwith the sales reaching 30.52 billion yuanup by 56.6 percent and 51.2 percent respectively. Per capita nonproductive expenditure of urban households was 11123.8 yuanup by 8.1 percent. Of this expenditure, 30.3 percent was spent on services, basically equal to the previous year. Per capita expenditures for transportation and telecommunication by urban residents reached 1688.1 yuanup by 32.8 percent. Per capita nonproductive expenditure of rural households was 4655.3 yuan, up by 10.7 percent, a real growth rate of 11.7 percent allowing for the price changes. Fields with higher growth rate of nonproductive expenditure of rural households involved: transportation and telecom, with a growth rate of 32.2 percent; housing, with a growth rate of 29.0 percent; cultural, educational, entertainment supplies and services, with a growth rate of 16.3 percent. Total expenditures for these three fields accounted for 45.3 percent of the per capita nonproductive expenditure of rural households, representing an increase of 5.2 percentage points over the previous year. The final consumption rate of Beijing was 53.1 percent, one percentage point higher than the previous year. 

Export: The market competitive edge of foreign trade businesses was sharpened. The volume of exports increased by a large margin. In 2003, the value of export of the City totaled US$16.85 billion, up by 33.6 percent over the previous yearof this total, that of local enterprises was US$7.37 billion, up by 24.9 percentrepresenting a growth rate 3.8 percentage points higher than the previous year. Electromechanical products and high-tech products constituted the major exports by local enterprises, with their value of export reaching US$4.85 billion and US$3.41 billion respectively, up by 29.5 percent and 29.8 percent over the previous year respectivelyand accounting for 65.8 percent and 46.3 percent of the total export value of Beijing’s local enterprises respectively.

 

II. Urban Construction and Management

Land management: The land management continued to reinforce. The management system for the collating project on land development has been established preliminarily. From 1999 to 2002,  a total of 350 million yuan more from municipal finance along with more than 100 million yuan raised by districts, counties and towns were input, with the arable land increased by 167,000 mu, resulting in a basic balance between the occupation and supplement of arable land occupied by non-agricultural construction. In addition, 16 land development collating projects of State investment were acquired (2 projects have been compliance with the State acceptance). The overall size of these projects reached 7500 hectares (some 112,000 mu), with arable land increased by 1800 hectaressome 26,500 mu. The structure of land expropriated was more reasonable. A total of 92,100 mu land was expropriated in 2003, including 29,700 mu arable land. Main purpose of the land expropriated: 30,600 mu for residential buildings18,800 mu for transportation, 17,200 mu for green landand 25,500 mu for other purposes

Road construction: New achievements were made in the road construction. In 2003, total investment in the road construction was 12.92 billion yuan, accouning for 30.9 percent of the infrastructure investment. The construction of rail transportation projects progressed in a comprehensive way. The whole line of city light rail (Line 13) was opened to traffic. The Bawangfen-Tongzhou subway was put into trial operation. The construction of Subway Lines 5, 4 and 10 started in the year successively. The network of expressways, fast-speed city roads, trunk roads and urban roads were thickened at a higher rate. The Fifth Ring Road was opened to traffic, together with the completion of projects including the reconstruction of the Third Ring Road, the first-phase of Yuquan Road, Majiabao West Road, westward extension of Xizhimenwai Street and southward extension of Wanshou Road.  The construction of 22 roads within the area of Olympic Games commenced successively. The earlier-stage work for Beichen East Road, Anli Road, Chaobaihe East Road and Xiti Road was progressing as scheduled. Key projects including the Pingji Road, reconstruction of National Highway 108 (the section from Shimenying to the Sixth Ring Road), relocation of National Highway 110 (the section in Yanqing County) and overhaul of National Highway 110 were completed in the year. At the end of 2003, total length of roads in Beijing was some 5500 kilometers, including 110 kilometers for new and extended roads. The length of rail transportation in operation was 114 kilometers, representing an increase of 40 kilometers over the end of the previous year.

Reconstruction of old and dilapidated houses: The progress of reconstruction of old and dilapidated houses was accelerated. In 2003, total investment in the reconstruction of old and dilapidated houses in the eight districts of Beijing registered 20.39 billion yuan, up by 13.7 percent over the previous year. Houses demolished were 1.846 million square meters, including 700,000 square meters of dilapidated houses. Nearly 53,000 households removed. By the end of 2003total area of new and restarted projects for old and dilapidated house reconstruction was 15.867 million square metersup by 36.7 percent over the previous years. Of this total, new projects of 2003 were 6.087 million square meters, up by 33.9 percent; projects completed in 2003 were 3.821 million square meters, up by 15.0 percent.

Environment protection and control: Obvious effects were made in the overall control of urban environment. Great effort was devoted to the control of urban and rural environmental sanitation. A total of 158 key projects of environment control were completed in 2003. The year saw new improvement in the overall quality of environment. Air pollution was controlled effectively. The ninth-phase air pollution prevention and control plan was released and implemented. There were 224 days in which the air quality was at and above Grade II, accounting for 61.4 percent of the total of yearly days, and representing an increase of 21 days over the previous year. In terms of ecological control, 200,000 mu bared land in the top five sand storm disaster areas in Yongding River, Chaobai River, Dasha River, Kangzhuang Town of Yanqing and Nankou Town of Changping was fully covered with green. The project of control of Beijing and Tianjin sand storm sources enabled the rapid recovery and increase of forest, grass and vegetation, providing a green barrier for the Capital. Water environment control made new progress. The Xiaojiahe and Wujiacun Sewage Disposal Plants along with the Jiuxianqiao Reused Water Disposal Plant were put into formal operation. The Xiaohongmen Sewage Disposal Plant was put into use recently. The Zhuanhe River control project and the sewage damming project in the valley of Liangshui River were completed basically. The disposal capacity of urban sewage reached 1.886 million tons per dayof which, that in the urban and suburb areas was 1.60 million tons per day. 56 percent of sewage in the urban and suburb areas could be disposed, representing an increase of 9 percentage points over the previous year. 3.614 million tons of waste was cleared and transported in the year, up by 12.6 percent over the previous year. The Asuwei, Gao’antun and Fengtai Integrated Garbage Disposal Plants were built. The construction of Gao’antun Garbage Incineration Plant was started. The Jiaojiapo Garbage Sanitation Landfill Plant of Mentougou has been put into use. The innocent treatment rate of garbage in urban and suburb areas reached 91.3 percent, 4.8 percentage points higher than the previous year. A total of more than 1900 coal-fueled boilers in the eight districts of Beijing replaced clean energy, 28 percent higher than scheduled. Four districts basically completed the replacement of clean energy for coal-fueled boilers under 20t. In the automobile repair sector, free detection of tail gas was carried out for a total of 1.804 million autos. 189,000 autos that didn’t meet the standard of tail gas discharging were controlled.

Urban afforestation: New progress was made in the urban afforestation. The first green isolation belt covered an area of 1000 hectares. Major projects of ecological protection and construction started successively, including the second green isolation belt, the Wenyu River ecological corridor and the Olympic Park. 47.5 percent of Beijing was covered by forest, and 41 percent of the urban and suburb areas was covered by green land, representing an increase of 2 and 0.8 percentage points over the previous year respectively. Green land in the urban and suburb areas increased by 409 hectares, with the per capita area of public green land topping 10 square meters.

Public transit: The public transit system of the City improved gradually. At the end of 2003, buses and trolley buses running in Beijing numbered 17,600. A total of 63,000 taxicabs were in operation for passengers. There were 776 bus and trolley bus lines. In 2003, the public transit vehicles (excluding taxicabs) transported a total of 4.198 billion passengers, down by 12.6 percent from the previous year; of this total, 3.726 billion passengers were transported by buses and trolley busesaccounting for 88.76 percent472 million passengers were by rail transportation, accounting for 11.24 percent. Taxicabs transported 518 million passengers in 2003, down by 13.4 percent from the previous year.

Public utilities: The water, electricity, gas and heat supply capacity of Beijing was under sufficient guarantee. There was 598 million tons of tap water sold in the year, down by 0.2 percent from the previous year; of which, 498 million tons were sold for living water, down by 0.7 percent from the previous year. The Huairou Emergency Backup Water Source project was completed and began to supply water. The Zhangfang and Pinggu Emergency Water Supply Projects, and the South-North Water Transfer Shijiazhuang-Beijing Section water main project were started within the year. In 2003, a total of 41.48 billion kwh electricity was utilized in Beijing, up by 7.8 percent over the previous year. Of this total, 7.05 billion kwh was for the life of urban and rural households, up by 12.3 percent and sharing 17 percent of the total electricity utilization. There were 2 new 220-kV transformer substations, 18 new 110-kV transformer substations and 8 new 34-kV transformer substations in Beijing in the year. 230 million cubic meters of gas and 1.9 billion cubic meters of natural gas were sold in 2003, up by 9.3 percent and 18 percent over the previous year respectively146,000 tons of LPG was sold, down by 1.4 percent. The natural gas transfer from Northern Shaanxi to Beijing incity and extension projects were completed basically. Natural gas pipelines extended to districts and counties in the exurb, with the length extending to 6504 kilometers. At the end of 2003, there were 3.577 million gas users in Beijingincluding 2.258 million household users of natural gasaccounting for 63.1 percent of the total number of gas users in Beijingrepresenting an increase of 5.8 percentage points over the previous year. The heating area of heat pipeline network of the City was 76.52 million square meters, up by 10.9 percent over the previous year.

 

III. Major Sectors

Agriculture: Structural adjustment for agriculture continued to deepen. In 2003, the added value of the agricultural sector was 9.53 billion yuanup by 3.3 percent over the previous year. The proportion of agricultural sector in the economy of Beijing decreased further from 3.1 percent in the previous year to 2.6 percent. The total output value of agriculture, forest, livestock husbandry and fishery was 23.79 billion yuan, up by 7.7 percent over the previous year. Of this total, the output value of planting sector was 10.23 billion yuanup by 5.2 percent, the output value of livestock breeding sector, 13.56 billion yuan, up by 9.6 percent. The ratio of planting to livestock breeding was adjusted from 45:55 in 2002 to 43:57 in 2003. At the end of 2003, the area of arable land was 195,600 hectaresrepresenting a decrease of 53,600 hectares or a decrease rate of 21.5 percent from the previous year. In 2003, the sown area of grain was 2.12 million mu, down by 16.3 percent from the previous year. The proportion of the area of various cash crops and other crops in the area of arable land increased from 45.4 percent in the previous year to 48.5 percent. Grain output of 2003 was 580,000 tons, with the per mu grain output reaching 273.7kg, down by 29.5 percent and 15.7 percent over the previous year respectively. As for the major agricultural byproducts, the output of meat and milk rose by 0.3 percent and 15.6 percent over the previous year, that of vegetable, down by 3.4 percent.

Emerging agriculture developed rapidly. The output value of “six agricultural sectors” including the facilities agriculture, seed agriculture, top-quality product agriculture, foreign exchange-earning agriculture, and processing agriculture was 14.83 billion yuan, sharing 62.9 percent of the total output value of agriculture, forest, livestock husbandry and fishery of the suburb. The “six agricultural sectors” contributed 133.6 percent to the growth of agricultural output value.

Industry: Industrial production grew rapidly. The added value of the industrial sector was 101.73 billion yuan in 2003, up by 12.0 percent over the previous yearrepresenting an increase of 4.2 percentage points over the previous year. The added value of the industrial sector shared 28.2 percent of Beijing’s GDP, contributing 33.2 percent to the economic growth of Beijing. The industrial output value of state-owned and large non-state industrial enterprises was 97.08 billion yuan, up by 12.3 percentof which, that of state-owned industrial enterprises was 14.17 billion yuandown by 1.5 percent from the previous yearthat of joint-stock industry, 37.45 billion yuan, up by 18.2 percent over the previous yearthat of foreign-, Hong Kong-, Macao- and Taiwan-funded industry, 39.16 billion yuan, up by 12.0 percent over the previous year.

The production and marketing situation was basically normal, with the enterprises operation improved distinctly. In 2003, the sales rate of state-owned and large non-state industrial enterprises was 98.2 percentrepresenting an increase of one percentage point over the previous year. Profits created by state-owned and large non-state industrial enterprises keeping separate accounts registered 21.95 billion yuan, up by 40.6 percent over the previous year. Their total profits and taxes were 40.46 billion yuan, up by 31.6 percent. The overall coefficient of economic benefit in industrial enterprises reached 155.4 percentrepresenting an increase of 19.1 percentage points over the previous year. The profit rate on costs was 6.1 percent, representing an increase of one percent point over the previous yearthe all-personnel labor productivity was 98873.0 yuan per personup by 24.5 percent over the previous year.

Manufacturing of transport and communication equipment became a new growth point for the modern manufacturing. The output value of transport and communication equipment manufacturing totaled 42.96 billion yuanup by nearly 100% over the previous yearsharing 11.7 percent of the state-owned and large non-state industry of Beijingbecoming the second largest sector next to the telecommunication equipment, computer and other electronic equipment manufacturing; it contributed 44.7 percent to the industrial growth of Beijingrepresenting an increase of 16.4 percentage points over the previous year. The output of automobiles of Beijing was 347,000 units in 2003, up by 100 percent over the previous yearof which, that of cars was 73,000 units.

New and high-tech industry resumed its growth. The industrial added value of new and high-tech sector of Beijing was 31.41 billion yuan, up by 7.1 percent over the previous yearat current price, contributing 27.6 percent to the industrial growth of Beijing. Of which, the added value of electronic and information sector rose by 2.9 percent, that of biological and pharmaceutical sector, by 13.2 percentthat of new materials, by 14.4 percentthat of optical-electromechanical integration, by 21.3 percent. The new and high-tech sector shared 8.7 percent of Beijing’s GDPrepresenting a decrease of 0.4 percentage points from the previous year, and sharing 30.9 percent of the total of industrial added value.

Construction: The production of construction sector grew rapidly. The output   value of construction of Beijing totaled 130.67 billion yuanup by 23.8 percent over the previous year. And the added value was 28.12 billion yuan, up by 11.6 percent over the previous year. The sector shared 7.8 percent of Beijing’s GDPalmost no change compared with the previous year. The labor productivity of the sector continued to rise. The all-personnel labor productivity was 134,000 yuan per personup by 14.5 percent over the previous year. Profits of the sector registered 3.06 billion yuanup by 23.9 percent. 

Posts and telecommunications: The post and telecommunication of Beijing grew steadily. The added value of the sector was 17.48 billion yuan, up by 12.4 percent over the previous yearof which, that of the telecommunication was 16.13 billion yuan, up by 13.0 percent over the previous year. The volume of posts and telecommunications transaction was 28.30 billion yuan in the yearup by 18.9 percent over the previous year.

Postal service saw both increase and decrease. In 2003, the business transactions of postal service totaled 3.13 billion yuanup by 5.0 percent over the previous year. In the year, a total of 1.17 billion copies of newspaper were subscribed and sold, down by 7.1 percent from the previous year52.84 million copies of magazines were subscribed and soldup by 0.4 percent over the previous year; 840 million copies of letters were sent and receiveddown by 1.2 percent from the previous year11.89 million copies of EMS were sent and received, up by 11.4 percent over the previous year. At the end of 2003, the postal savings balance reached 28.08 billion yuan, up by 12.8 percent over the previous year.

Telecommunication grew rapidly. Fixed telephone users numbered 6.804 million in Beijing, up by 16.2 percent over the previous year. The capacity of office exchanges reached 8.34 million gatesup by 3.8 percent over the previous year. There were 47.3 fixed telephone trunk lines per 100 persons, up by 13.4 percent over the previous year. Mobile phone users numbered 10.956 million in Beijing, up by 19.2 percent over the previous year. There were 76.1 mobile phones per 100 personsup by 16.2 percent over the previous year. New telecommunication transactions, e.g. data communication, multimedia, Internet, phone information service and mobile phone short message sending (SMS), expanded rapidly. 7.53 billion minutes were spent on the IP call, an increase of 1.2 timesthe business transactions of mobile SMS reached 8.92 million messages, an increase of 1.5 timesusers of wireless short-distance telephone launched by Beijing Communication numbered 478,000.

Traffic transport: Cargo and Passenger transportation grew steadily, with basically stable transport structure. In 2003,  the added value of traffic transport storage was 7.86 billion yuandown by 1.7 percent from the previous year, and sharing 2.2 percent of Beijing’s GDP.

Cargo transport remained stable with a slight growth. The total volume of cargo transport was 309.361 million tonsup by 0.5 percent over the previous year. Of this total, the cargo transportation by highways was 286.06 million tons, up by 0.8 percentby railways, 22.834 million tons, down by 2.7 percentby airways, 467,000 tons, up by 2.0 percent. Share of transportation volume by three means of highway, railway and airway was 92.5 percent, 7.4 percent and 0.1 percent respectively. Of which, that of the transportation volume by highways increased by 0.3 percentage points, by railways, down by 0.3 percentage points, and by airway, almost no change.

Passenger transportation saw both increase and decrease. In 2003, the volume of passenger transportation was 312.374 million person-times, up by 6.2 percent over the previous year. Of this total, passengers carried by highways were 257.02 million person-timesup by 11.2 percentby railways, 42.899 million person-times, down by 14.8 percentby civil aviation, 12.455 million person-times, down by 2.5 percent. Share of transportation volume by three means of highway, railway and civil aviation was 82.3 percent, 13.7 percent and 4.0 percent respectively. Of which, that of the transportation volume by highways increased by 3.7 percentage points, by railways, down by 3.4 percentage points, and by civil aviation, down by 0.3 percentage points.

Commerce: Multiple forms of business promoted the flourishing commerce. The added value of wholesale and retail trades together with the catering sector was 27.13 billion yuanup by 7.8 percent over the previous year. The commodity sales value totaled 458.73 billion yuanup by 31.6 percentthe purchasing value totaled 434.49 billion yuan, up by 35.8 percent. The economic benefits of medium- and large-sized commercial businesses further improved, with 380.84 billion yuan sales gained, representing a growth rate of 23.3 percenttheir profits stood at 7.90 billion yuanup by 24.4 percentaggregate profits and taxes registered at 12.45 billion yuan, up by 16.4 percent over the previous year. Modern circulation forms symbolized with chain operation showed vigorous. At the end of the year, chain businesses numbered 146, which gaining 46.3 billion yuan of retail sales in 2003, with its share in the consumer retail sales higher than 20 percent to 24.2 percent; rising by 23.7 percent over the previous yearrepresenting a growth rate 9.2 percentage points higher than the commercial average of Beijing. Of which, the retail sales of 300 more convenience stores stood at 1.25 billion yuan, an increase of 1.1 times.

Finance and insurance: The finance and insurance industry was listed at the top of the tertiary sector of Beijing. The added value of finance and insurance sector was 51.38 billion yuan in the year, up by 8.5 percent over the previous year and sharing 14.2 percent of Beijing’s GDP.

Financial transactions further expanded. At the end of 2003, saving deposits in various forms in all home-funded financial institutions of Beijing totaled 1832.19 billion yuan292.94 billion yuan more than the beginning of the year, representing an increment down by 7.3 percent from the previous year. Of this total, savings of enterprises reached 998.64 billion yuan142.37 billion yuan more than the beginning of the year, an increment down by 23.4 percent from the previous yearand the savings by residents reached 529.35 billion yuan90.38 billion yuan more than that at the beginning of the yearan increment up by 5.9 percent over the previous year. The year-end value of loans stood at 1134.33 billion yuan213.17 billion yuan more than the beginning of the yearan increment up by 23.6 percent over the previous year. Loans to individual consumers stood at 164.63 billion yuan48.4 billion yuan more than the beginning of the yearan increment up by 12.3 percent over the previous year. Cash receipts in the financial institutions were 1448.04 billion yuan in 2003and cash disbursements, 1438.98 billion yuanresulting in the funds withdrawn from circulation valuing at 9.05 billion yuan.

The insurance market grew rapidly. In 2003, insurance premiums of Beijing totaled 28.25 billion yuanup by 20.7 percent over the previous year. Of this total, property insurance premiums were 5.19 billion yuanup by 13.3 percentlife insurance premiums were 23.06 billion yuanup by 22.5 percent. The insurance companies paid an indemnity of 4.80 billion yuan as reparation for various property and life insurance programs, up by 2.3 percent over the previous year.

Securities market: The securities market developed rapidly. The transaction volume of various stocks on the securities market totaled 2336.98 billion yuan in 2003up by 86.0 percent over the previous yearof this total, the transaction volume of stocks were 504.14 billion yuanup by 33.1 percent over the previous year. There were 76 listed companies in Beijing issuing A sharessix of which were listed in 2003. Money raised through stock market was 24.19 billion yuan.

Real estate: The real estate industry developed steadily. In 2003, the added value of the sector was 18.59 billion yuanup by 11.8 percent over the previous year, sharing 8.4 percent of the added value of the tertiary industry and 5.2 percent in Beijing’s GDP. Investment in real estate development of Beijing was 120.25 billion yuanup by 21.5 percent over the previous year. The  real estate investment accounted for 55.7 percent of the total investment of Beijingrepresenting an increase of 1.2 percentage points over the previous year. In 2003, the total floor space of commercial buildings under construction in Beijing reached 90.707 million square metersthat of commercial buildings completed, 25.936 million square meters, and that of commercial buildings sold, 18.958 million square meters, up by 20.8 percent, 8.8 percent and 11.0 percent over the previous year respectively. The sales of commercial buildings valued 89.8 billion yuan in 2003, up by 10.4 percent over the previous year.

Hot point of real estate development was on the commercial residential buildings. In 2003, investment in commercial residential buildings was 63.3 billion yuanup by 7.9 percent over the previous year, accounting for 52.6 percent of the real estate investment. Floor space of commercial residential buildings started and restarted in 2003 totaled 63.529 million square meters, up by 17.7 percentfloor space of completed commercial residential buildings, 20.808 million square meters, up by 8.0 percent. 

 

IV. Opening up to the Outside World

Exports and imports: The scale of foreign trade expanded continuously. According to the customs statistics, total value of exports and imports through customs was US$68.46 billionup by 30.4 percent. Of this total, the value of import was US$51.61 billion, and the value of export was US$16.85 billion, up by 29.4 percent and 33.6 percent over the previous year respectively. Total value of exports and imports by local enterprises was US$18.93 billion, up by 34.8 percent. Of which, the value of import was US$11.57 billion, up by 42.1 percentand the value of export was US$7.37 billion, up by 24.9 percent.

Foreign-contracted construction projects and labor service collaboration: The trade of foreign-oriented service grew rapidly. The value of foreign-contracted construction projects and labor service collaboration contracts signed in 2003 was US$480 million, with the turnover at US$350 million, up by 72.7 percent and 50.8 percent over the previous year respectively. There were 2091 workers in foreign countries by the end of 2003, as 98 percent of the figure in the previous year.

Tourism: Under the influence of SARS epidemic, the tourism of Beijing was badly hit in the first half of 2003 and recovered gradually in the second half of the year. In 2003, overseas tourists to Beijing numbered 1.851 million, down by 40.4 percent from the previous year. Foreign exchange incomes from overseas tourists stood at US$1.90 billion, down by 38.9 percent. Domestic tourists to Beijing numbered 87.370 million, down by 24.0 percent from the previous yearincomes from domestic tourists were 70.6 billion yuan, down by 23.9 percent from the previous year. At the end of 2003, there were 659 designated tourism hotels totally in Beijing, including 614 star-level hotels. Hotel rooms numbered 109,000, an increase of 6000 rooms over the end of last year. Occupation rate of hotel rooms recovered to 51.7 percenta decrease of 10.3 percentage points from the end of the previous year.

Utilization of foreign funds: Foreign funds utilization increased rapidly. The City approved 1360 foreign-funded projects in 2003, down by 0.7 percent from the previous year. Contractual value of foreign investment totaled US$3.27 billion, up by 16.5 percent over the previous year. Direct foreign investment actually utilized in the year stood at US$2.15 billion, up by 19.8 percent. Foreign investment was tending reasonable. Foreign investment in the tertiary sector accounted for 70.6 percent, a year-on-year increase of 10 percentage points. Foreign investment attracted to the wholesale, retail, catering, computer application service and information consulting service in the tertiary industry that always attract more foreign investment grew rapidly by 35.8 percent, 42.3 percent and 38.1 percent respectively. Foreign investment attracted to the finance and insurance industry also rose by 7.0 percent over the previous year.

Development zones: New steps were made in the construction of development zones. The number of enterprises in 26 development zones of Beijing accumulated to 24181, of which, 20281 enterprises have been put into production. Total revenues realized in various development zones of Beijing stood at 370.14 billion yuan in 2003up by 18.5 percent over the previous yeartotal industrial output value, 198.95 billion yuan, up by 11.5 percentat current price;  profits, 19.36 billion yuan, up by 26.0 percentpayable taxes, 18.27 billion yuan, up by 21.8 percent.

Zhongguancun Science & Technology Park kept rapid growing. At the end of 2003, there were 16299 high-tech enterprises in the Park. Incomes of theses enterprises totaled 285.25 billion yuan in 2003, up by 18.6 percent over the previous year; added value was 60.80 billion yuan, up by 17.1 percentat current price, accounting for 16.8 percent of Beijing’s GDPpayable taxes stood at 12.22 billion yuan, up by 22.7 percent.

 

V. Social Undertakings

Science and technology: Science and technology input continued to increase. Outlays expended on scientific activities in Beijing totaled 45.75 billion yuan, up by 11.3 percent over the previous year; of this total, outlays expended for R&D were 25.28 billion yuanup by 15.2 percent. R&D outlays accounted for 7.0 percent of Beijings GDP.

Scientific research institutions and teams were stable. At the end of 2003, there were nearly 4000 institutions engaged in scientific activities in Beijing. 293 enterprises of the world top 500 opened representative offices or R&D centers in Beijing. There were 274,000 people engaged in scientific activities in Beijing, including 227,000 scientists and engineers (received at least university education or with middle- and high-ranking professional titles) who accounted for 82.8 percent of the total number of scientific personnel.

The “Two-Four-Eight” Project progressed smoothly. The Capital pioneering incubation system drive achieved outstanding results. The number of incubators as well as the area of incubation grew at an annual rate higher than 20 percent. There were 61 incubators covering an incubation area of 640,000 square meters, with 2082 enterprises under incubation earning a sales income of 8.1 billion yuan. At the end of 2003, there were 14 university science parks, 6 of which were at the state level. Innovative service system was established preliminarily. Innovation intermediate service system enjoyed optimized circumstance. There were a total of nearly 5000 intermediary science organizations, 150 more related industrial associations, and 500 professional service centers in Beijing. Registered technical contracts numbered 32173 in 2003, with the contractual transaction value at 26.54 billion yuan including 22.66 billion yuan of technical transactionsup by 19.0 percent, 20.0 percent and 25.2 percent over the previous year respectively. Distinct progress was made in the industrial bases for software, microelectronics, new material, biological engineering, new medicine and other fields. By the end of 2003, there were 514 software businesses identified in the year, and 1213 software products registered, bringing cumulative number of software businesses to 1749 and that of registered software products to 4820. Some 70% independent software products across China were developed in Beijing. The value of software export reached US$138 millionup by 48.2 percent. Major projects such as China-Chip International, Beijing Oriental TFT-LCD module, Jiaying silicon chip of CAS and Mobis auto speed change gear were implemented smoothly. Tsinghua University developed the trillion-time super computer Shenchao21C”,and the Lenovo Group successfully developed the trillion-time high-performance computer product—the Lenovo Shenteng 1800 large-scale computer system.

Education: The education in all forms and at all levels developed fully. Higher education took the lead in stepping into a stage of popularization. There were totally 73 general colleges and universities in Beijing, representing an increase of 11 over the previous year. 46 general colleges and universities as well as 118 research institutions trained graduate students. There were 457,000 enrolled undergraduate students, up by 17 percent. The number of enrolled graduated students topped 100,000 for the first time to 120,000up by 23.2 percent. There were 17,000 international students in Beijing. Enrollment of higher education was enlarged continuouslywith 142,000 new entrants in the yearrepresenting a historical record. The gross entrance rate of higher education in Beijing was 52 percent3 percentage points higher than the previous year. In 2003the number of students graduated from higher education was 83,000. Employment rate of students graduated from universities in Beijing reached 89.7 percent.

Basic education led the country. The entrance rate of school-age children in Beijing kept higher than 99.9 percent. And the gross entrance rate in junior high schools remained at 100 percent. Enrollment in general senior high schools especially high-quality ones increased gradually. Actual new entrants in general senior high schools numbered 95,000. For senior high schools, the entrance rate was 95 percent over.

Teaching reform was deepened continuously for the technical secondary education. Evaluation was completed for 8 backbone of special technical secondary schools in Beijing. Demonstration was implemented for 7 key experimental training base schools. The construction of 10 modern symbol schools was started fully. Five key schools at the state level and three at the provincial and ministry level were assessed. There were 263,000 enrolled students in technical secondary schools, technical training schools and vocational middle schools, 11,000 more than the previous year. Of which, the enrolled students in vocational middle schools were 84,000.

The education informatization was upgraded clearly. As an important integral part of the “Digital Beijing” project, the “School-School Interconnection” project progressed smoothly. More than 10 million yuan was invested in the improvement of conditions for network-based education. The construction of 123 network computer classrooms and 205 computer classrooms was completed. A total of 557 primary and high school networks were built. University campus network information sites numbered 76,000, which were under the Municipal jurisdiction and administration, with 59,000 online computers. During the period of SARS epidemic, new education forms of “Air Classroom” and “Education Online” were launched, with the information-based education playing an important role.

Culture: Movie, TV and publication undertakings were prosperous. By the end of 2003, there were totally 180 movie-showing units in Beijing, including 56 cinemas. Movie-showing times were 103,000, attracting 6.094 million audiences and earning 100 million yuan incomes from ticket sales. There were 19 channels of Beijing TV program. Digital TV channels were put into trial broadcasting in Beijing. Broadcast and TV were available to 99.9 percent of the population in Beijing. Cable TV was available to 57.9 percent of households in Beijing. Through restructuring and transformation, the publishing industry got more intensive. The number of newspaper published in Beijing area reached 248 varieties, that of periodicals, 2375 varieties, both basically equal to the previous yearand books published in Beijing, 88687 varietiesup by 8.4 percent. A total of 26 varieties of books, periodicals and audiovisual products won prizes in various national award evaluations.

Protection of cultural relics and historic sites achieved outstanding results. The “330-million-yuan Emergent Treatment Project of Cultural Relics” continued to implement. Over the past year, cultural relic buildings in a cumulative number of 98 cultural relic protection units were repaired, attracting 3.0 billion yuan supporting investment from various fields of Beijing. The cultural relics protection program for “humanism Olympic Games ” was launched formally with a special investment of 120 million yuan. In 2003, dilapidated reconstruction projects covering a total area of 560,000 square meters in 14 sites were re-listed in the cultural conservation zone. Cultural relics in more than 30 sites were involved in the conservation list, including the City Wall Site of Ming Dynasty, and “Snow Pool and Ice Kiln” for the special use of emperors etc. The Thirteen Mausoleums were listed in the World Cultural Heritage Directory. The Earthen City Site of Capital of Yuan Dynasty Park was open to tourists. At the end of 2003, there were 264 cultural relics protection sites at the municipal level. There were 123 museums open to the publicwith 2.26 million more pieces of collection, providing more than 200 fixed exhibitions and 400-plus temporary exhibitions which attracted 25.00 million visitors.

Health: The health level of citizens improved continuously. Mortality rate of pregnant and lying-in women was 15.6 /100,000. Infant mortality rate was 5.89 per mill. Life expectancy was 79.62 years. All of these figures have reached or exceeded the advanced level in moderately-developed countries. The full-course inoculation rate of four vaccines for schemed immunity was over 99 percent in Beijing.  

The environment for medical health was further optimized. There were 4998 health care institutions in Beijingwith a total of 75,000 bedsaveraging 6.46 hospital beds per 1,000 persons. There were 110,000 health workersaveraging 4.2 practicing physicians per 1,000 persons. Hardware facilities of hospitals were approaching to the advanced international level gradually. 100 percent hospitals were provided with general medical equipment.

The emergency mechanism for public epidemic prevention and medical first aid was established preliminarily. Upon the occurrence of SARS epidemic, the designated hospitals and emergency curing system were built promptly and firmly, laying solid foundation for an improved public health system. Biological and microbe labs were further improved. 59 AIDS labs and 262 monitor sites of intestinal infections were built. The harmful degree of infectious diseases was weakened distinctly.

Health care in rural areas was promoted fully. The new-type rural cooperative medical system focusing on the general health care program for major diseases was put into practice fully in 10 districts and counties in the exurb of Beijing. A total of 1.73 million farmers of Beijing participated in the new-type rural cooperative medical system. Rural water transformation and washroom transformation made new progress. Water transformation projects completed in the rural area of Beijing totaled 111 in number, benefiting 270,000 farmers. A total of 438 villages in 101 towns in 11 districts and counties took part in the rural washroom transformation. The spreading rate of sanitary washroom was 73 percent in Beijing.

Sports: Facilities for the National Fit-Keeping Program increased rapidly. The mass sports developed vigorously. In 2003, 1239 projects for the National Fit-Keeping Program were built, covering a total area of 945,000 square meters and with a total investment of 170 million yuan which included 46.30 million yuan from the public welfare funds of Beijing sports lottery. By the end of 2003, all streets, towns and well-conditioned community neighborhood committees along with 25 percent administrative villages in Beijing were provided with National Fit-Keeping projects. There were 3811 sites for morning and evening National Fit-Keeping exercise. Physical exercise activities held in communities were 8749 items and times, attracting 1.34 million participants.

The level of athletic sports improved steadily. At the end of the year, there were nearly one thousand professional athletes in Beijing, who won a total of 109 medals in international and national matches, including 47 gold medals and 31 silver medals. At the Sixth National Handicapped Games, the handicapped athletes from Beijing won 34 gold medals, overtaking 2 world records and breaking 27 national records.

Handicapped undertakings: The handicapped undertakings developed forward. Important attention was paid to the basic livelihood guarantee of handicapped persons. 21,700 handicapped persons enjoyed the treatment of minimum livelihood guarantee. More than 20,000 poor handicapped persons were granted various special helps. The employment of handicapped persons was promoted steadily. Related departments provided job application registration for 6951 handicapped persons. In the year, 1080 handicapped persons were employed under the pro rata arrangement. Vocational skill training was strengthened, with 4979 handicapped persons receiving vocational skill training. At the Second National Handicapped Vocational Skill Contest, 6 players from Beijing won first of single items, and were granted the title of National Technical Master by the Ministry of Labor. At the Sixth International Handicapped Vocational Skill Contest, Beijing players won one gold metal and one silver metal. The special education system improved further. The entrance rate of nine-year compulsory education of handicapped children was 97.5 percentand 100 percent in urban area of Beijing. 155 handicapped examinees were selected by universities. Handicapped adult college entrance examination and enrollment could be performed separately.

 

VI. Population, Employment and People’s Lives

Population: The aggregate population of Beijing was controlled. The number of permanent residents in Beijing increased slowly. By the end of 2003, permanent residents (who having been in Beijing for more than half a year) totaled 14.564 million, an increase of 332,000 in number, or a growth rate of 2.3 percent over the previous year. The growth rate of permanent residents was down by 0.6 percentage points from the previous year. Beijing’s birth rate was 5.1 per mill, a decrease of 1.5 permillage points from the previous year. The death rate was 5.2 per mill, a decrease of 0.5 permillage points from the previous year. And the natural population growth rate was negative 0.1 per mill, a decrease of one permillage point from the previous year. According to the statistics from the Public Security department, the population through household register was 11.488 million at the end of 2003, up by 1.1 percent over the end of the previous year, representing a growth rate 0.1 percentage points lower than the previous year.

Non-locals of Beijing increased at a lower rate.  There were 4.095 million non-locals living more than one day in Beijing at 0 o’clock on November 1, an increase of 229,000 over the previous year, rising by 5.9 percent, a growth rate 11.9 percentage points lower than the previous year. Among the non-locals, those living in Beijing for more than half a year numbered 3.076 million, accounting for 75.1 percent207,000 more than the previous yearworkers and businessmen numbered 3.185 million, accounting for 77.8 percent220,000 more than the previous year.

Distribution of non-locals in suburb was tending to spread toward exurb. In 2003, there were 374,000 non-locals in urban area of Beijing, accounting for 9.1 percent; there were 2.290 million non-locals in suburb area of Beijing, accounting for 55.9 percent, and 1.431 million in exurb area of Beijing, accounting for 35.0 percent. The proportion of non-locals in urban and suburb areas fell by 2.9 percentage points and 2 percentage points respectivelyand that in the exurb area rose by 4.9 percentage points. In terms of the growth rate, the non-locals in exurb area grew fastest by 23.1 percent, while that in suburb area grew only by 2.3 percent, and that in urban area, decreased by 19.6 percent. 86.9 percent non-locals in exurb area concentrated in the Fangshan, Tongzhou, Shunyi, Changping and Daxing districts.

Employment and social security: Job positions were explored through multiple channels and in diversified manners in Beijing. Net increase of job positions was 201,200 in Beijing. The number of registered urban unemployed persons that were arranged was 179,200. The employment rate of registered unemployed persons was 68.1 percent. The registered rate of unemployment was 1.43 percent, 0.08 percentage points higher than the previous year. The employment service organization networks at the municipal, district (county), street (town) levels were improved further. The community labor guarantee platform was built basically. The development of community job positions was highlighted. Six green channels of community employment were developed, including the property management, community commercial chain stores, urban public facilities maintenance, cleaning and maintenance, urban public order maintenance and housekeeping service. A total of 133,500 community job positions were developed through various measures.

Deepening system reform was considered as the focus in Beijing to establish and improve multi-level social security system gradually. A total of 4.485 million, 4.361 million, 3.066 million and 2.429 million workers participated in the pension insurance, medical insurance, unemployment insurance and work injury insurance programs respectively, an increase of 123,000, 823,000, 71,000 and 219,000 workers over the previous year respectively.

Residents’ income: Income of urban and rural residents increased rapidly. The per capita disposable income of urban residents reached 13882.6 yuan, up by 11.4 percent over the previous year, a real increase of 11.2 percent allowing for the price changes. The annual per capita living expenses of urban residents in Beijing reached 11123.8 yuan, up by 8.1 percent over the previous year, a real increase of 7.9 percent if eliminating the price factor. The Engel’s coefficient of urban residents was 31.7 percent, a decrease of 2.1 percentage points from the previous year. The per capita net income of rural residents was 6496.3 yuan, up by 10.5 percent over the previous year, a real growth rate of 11.5 percent if eliminating the price factor. The annual per capita living expenses of rural residents reached 4655.3 yuan, up by 10.7 percent over the previous year, a real growth rate of 11.7 percent allowing if eliminating the price changes. The Engel’s coefficient of rural residents was 31.7 percent, a decrease of 1.3 percentage points from the previous year.

Housing of residents: The living environment of residents improved significantly. In 2003, a total floor space of 23.204 million square meters of housing was completed in Beijing, up by 6.0 percent, including 3.631 million square meters of economic and suitable houses. The per capita usable floor space of houses for Beijing’s urban residents reached 18.7 square meters, representing an increase of 0.5 square meters from the previous year. The per capita floor space of living houses for rural residents reached 33.9 square meters, 1.3 square meters more than the previous year. 

 

Annex 1  Notes to the Communique:

1.   All figures in the Communique are preliminary statistics.

2.   Figures in value terms on added value quoted in the Communique are at current prices, whereas growth rates are calculated at comparable prices unless indicated.

3.   The coefficient of fixed assets investment yields is the ratio of GDP growth to the fixed assets investment in a specific period of time.

4.   The rate of fixed assets investment is the percentage of fixed assets investment as of the regional GDP.

5.   The final consumption rate is the percentage of total consumption as of the regional GDP.

6.   Labor productivity is calculated by added value at current price.

7.   The retail sales of consumer goods do not include the sales of residential buildings of households.

8.   The “Two-Four-Eight Project” is the short of the Capital Two-Four-Eight Major Innovation Project. It means to establish two systems, built four bases, and carry out eight new and high-tech industrialization demonstration projects. Two systems involve the Capital Pioneering Incubation System and the Capital Economic Innovative Service System. Four bases consist of the Beijing Software Industrial Base, Beijing Northern Microelectronic Base, Beijing Biological Pharmacy Base, and Beijing New Materials Base. Eight new and high-tech industrialization demonstration projects are: the Digital Beijing project, the high-definition digital TV industrialization project, the large-diameter semiconductor silicon chip and large-scale integrated circuit industrialization project, the energy structure readjustment and clean burning technology industrialization project, the industrialization project of products of modern pharmaceutical and biological technology, the green food and good seed project, the sustainable utilization project of water resource, as well as the Beijing ozone layer protection project.

9.   Engel’s coefficient is the percentage of food expenses as of the living expenses of residents.

 

Annex 2    Statistical Statement on the 2003 Economic Development

Retail Sales of Consumer Goods

Name of Indicator

Unit

2003

2003 as % of 2002

Retail sales of consumer goods

Billion yuan

191.67

114.5

Foodstuff

Billion yuan

49.77

106.7

Clothing

Billion yuan

21.06

111.8

Daily use commodities

  Billion yuan

113.19

118.9

 

 

Output of Major Agricultural Products and Byproducts

Name of Indicator

Unit

2003

2003 as % of 2002

Grain

Million tons

0.580

70.5

Vegetable

Million tons

5.273

96.6

Meat

Million tons

0.737

100.3

Fresh eggs

Million tons

0.162

106.6

Milk

Million tons

0.637

115.6

Aquatic products

Million tons

0.072

97.3

Pigs slaughtered

Million heads

4.701

99.0

Output of Major Industrial Products

Name of Indicator

Unit

2003

2003 as % of 2002

Steel products

Million tons

7.846

104.4

Electricity generation capacity

Billion kwh

14.51

105.5

Heat supply 

Million mega-kj

39.580

109.5

LPG

Million tons

0.384

92.2

Fertilizer

Million tons

0.009

89.9

Cement

Million tons

8.820

105.0

Ethylene

Million tons

0.888

98.2

Automobile

Million units

0.347

200.1

Color teletron

Million pieces

8.860

117.9

Display

Million sets

3.596

115.7

Mobile telecom equipment

Million sets (channels)

0.384

108.7

Micro computer

Million sets

4.693

107.4

Mobile phone

Million sets

33.345

146.3

Program-controlled exchanger

Million lines

19.347

95.5

Potable spirit

Million tons

1.328

96.3

Dairy products

Tons

13426.0

101.7

 

Total volume of transportation by various means (Beijing area)

Name of Indicator

Unit

2003

2003 as % of 2002

Volume of cargo transportation

Million tons

309.361

100.5

Railway

Million tons

22.834

97.3

Highway

Million tons

286.060

100.8

Airway

Million tons

0.467

102.0

Volume of passenger transportation

Million persons

312.374

106.2

Railway

Million persons

42.899

85.2

Highway

Million persons

257.020

111.2

Civil Aviation

Million persons

12.455

97.5

Consumer Price Index of Residents (the previous year=100)  

Name of Indicator

2003

Foodstuff

103.2

Tobacco, wine & daily-use supplies

100.2

Clothing 

97.1

Household equipment, supplies & servicing

97.7

Medical health-care and personal supplies

100.1

Traffic & telecom

97.8

Entertainment, educational, cultural supplies & service

98.3

Housing

101.6

 

Durable Consumer Goods Held by Urban Households (per 100 households)

 

Name of Indicator

Unit

2003

2003 as % of 2002

Air conditioner

Sets

119.3

112.0

Shower heater

Sets

85.4

102.3

Color TV

Sets

147.0

99.1

Refrigerator

Sets

100.4

98.8

Washing machine

Sets

99.3

100.7

Household computer

Sets

68.3

123.1

Microwave oven

Sets

79.2

108.3

Kitchen ventilator

Sets

81.3

103.6

Electric cooking appliance

Sets

107.8

109.9