Value Added of National Tourism and Related Industries in 2018
National Bureau of Statistics of China2020-01-20 09:30




After accounting, the value added of tourism and related industries in 2018 was 4,147.8 billion yuan, accounting for 4.51 percent of GDP, an increase of 0.05 percentage point over the previous year [1]. In terms of the internal structure of tourism and related industries, the value added of tourism was 3,750.1 billion-yuan, accounting for 90.4 percent of the value added of tourism and related industries; that of tourism related industries was 397.6 billion-yuan, accounting for 9.6 percent of the value added of tourism and related industries. From the perspective of tourism industry, the largest proportion of value added was tourism shopping, with the added value of 1,300.5 billion-yuan, accounting for 31.4 percent of all tourism and related industries; the second was tourism travel, with the added value of 1,117.3 billion-yuan, accounting for 26.9 percent of all tourism and related industries.

 

Value Added of National Tourism and Related Industries in 2018

 

Items

Value-added100 million yuan

Constitution %

Proportion of GDP%

 

 

 

 

Tourism and Related Industries

41478

100.0

4.51

 Tourism

37501

90.4

4.08

  Tourism Travel

11173

26.9

1.22

  Tourism Accommodation

3262

7.9

0.35

  Tourism Catering

5659

13.6

0.62

Tourism Sightseeing

2011

4.8

0.22

Tourism Shopping,

13005

31.4

1.41

Tourism Entertainment

1667

4.0

0.18

Tourism Comprehensive Services

723

1.7

0.08

Tourism Related Industries

3976

9.6

0.43

 

 

 

 

Note: if the data items are not equal to the total amount, it is due to the rounding error of the value.

 

Note: [1] After the fourth national economic census, the GDP and value added of national tourism and related industries in 2017 have been revised, so the proportion has been adjusted accordingly.

 

Annotations:

 

I. Explanatory Notes

 

Tourists refer to those who go to places other than the usual environment for the purpose of sightseeing, leisure and entertainment, visiting relatives and friends, culture and sports, health care, short-term education (training), religious worship, or for reasons of official business or business, and the travel duration is less than one year.

 

Tourism refers to the activities of tourists, including travel, accommodation, catering, sightseeing, shopping, entertainment and other activities.

 

Tourism and related industries refer to the collection of activities that directly provide travel, accommodation, food, tourism, shopping, entertainment and other tourism services for tourists in national economic activities, as well as related services for tourism.

 

The value added of tourism and related industries refers to the added value created by all permanent resident units of a country for tourism and related industrial production activities within a certain period of time. The term "resident unit" refers to an economic unit with a center of economic interests in China's economic territory. Production refers to the activities of creating new output of goods and services by using labor, capital, goods and services input under the control and organization of institutional units.

 

II. Accounting Classification

 

The accounting classification of value added of tourism and related industries in 2018 is based on the National Tourism and Related Industries Statistical Classification (2018) issued by the National Bureau of Statistics. The National Tourism and Related Industries Statistical Classification (2018) is a derivative classification of the National Economic Industry Classification (GB/T 4754-2017), which is a re-classification of activities in line with the characteristics of tourism and related industries in the National Economic Industry Classification (GB / T 4754-2017).

 

The value-added accounting of tourism and related industries adopts two-level accounting classification. According to the characteristics of the activities, the first level is divided into nine categories: tourism travel, tourism accommodation, tourism catering, tourism sightseeing, tourism shopping, tourism entertainment, tourism comprehensive services, tourism auxiliary services and government tourism management services. On the basis of the first level classification, the second level classification is subdivided into 65 small categories (middle categories) of national economic industries.

 

III. Accounting Method and Data Source

 

The value added of tourism and related industries shall be calculated in accordance with the Accounting Method for Value Added of Tourism and Related Industries formulated by the National Bureau of Statistics. The data required for the accounting are from the data of the fourth national economic census, the national economic accounting and the survey data of consumption structure of tourism and related industries.

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