Bulletin on the Value-added Data of National Patent Intensive Industry in 2019
National Bureau of Statistics of China2021-01-04 09:30




National Bureau of Statistics

National Intellectual Property Administration

December 31, 2020

 

After accounting, the added value of national patent intensive industries in 2019 was 11,463.1 billion yuan, an increase of 7.0 percent over the previous year (excluding price factors, the same below), accounting for 11.6 percent of GDP, which was the same as the previous year.

 

From the perspective of internal structure, manufacturing related industries in patent intensive industries were large in scale, with the added value accounting for 72.9 percent. Among them, the added value of new equipment manufacturing industry was 3,400.4 billion yuan, accounting for 29.7 percent, the highest proportion of the added value of patent intensive industries, followed by information and communication technology manufacturing industry, accounting for 20.1 percent of the added value of 2,302.1 billion yuan, and new material manufacturing industry, pharmaceutical and medical industry and environmental protection industry accounted for 12.2, 8.7 and 2.3 percent respectively.

 

In terms of growth rate, the service industry related industries in patent intensive industries had developed rapidly. The information and communication technology service industry increased by 17.2 percent, and the R & D, design and technology service industry increased by 14.0 percent, which was significantly higher than the manufacturing industry.

 

Value-added of National Patent Intensive Industry in 2019

 

Item

Value-added

(100 million yuan)

Growth Rate

(%)

Proportion

(%)

 

 

 

 

National Patent Intensive Industry

114630.7

7.0

100.0

 Information and Communication Technology Manufacturing Industry

23020.5

6.8

20.1

 Information and Communication Technology Service Industry

34004.1

3.6

29.7

 New Equipment Manufacturing Industry

13983.4

-1.0

12.2

 New Material Manufacturing Industry,

9974.3

5.4

8.7

 Medicine and Medical Industry

2599.6

7.2

2.3

 Environmental Protection Industry

22822.9

17.2

19.9

 R&D, Design and Technology Service Industry

8225.9

14.0

7.2

 

 

 

 

Notes: 1. The growth rate is the current price growth rate, without deducting the price factor.

2. If the data items are not equal to the total amount, it is due to the rounding error of the value.

 

Annotations:

 

I. Explanatory Notes

 

The term "patent intensive industry" refers to a collection of industries with the density and scale of invention patents reaching the prescribed standards, relying on intellectual property rights to participate in market competition and conforming to the guidance of innovation and development.

 

The value-added of patent intensive industry refers to the added value created by the production activities of all permanent resident units of patent intensive industry in 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 patent intensive industries is based on the Statistical Classification of Intellectual Property (Patent) Intensive Industries (2019), and adopts two-level classification. According to the nature of economic activities, the first level classification is divided into seven categories: information and communication technology manufacturing industry, information and communication technology service industry, new equipment manufacturing industry, new material manufacturing industry, medicine and medical industry, environmental protection industry, R&D, design and technology service industry. On the basis of the first level classification, the second level classification is subdivided into 188 categories of national economic industries.

 

III. Accounting Method and Data Source

 

The value-added of patent intensive industries shall be calculated in accordance with the Accounting Methods for the Value-added of Patent Intensive Industries formulated by the NBS. The basic data needed for accounting mainly come from the data of national economic census, relevant professional statistics and national economic accounting of the NBS.

 

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