Output Value of Farming, Forestry, Animal Husbandry, and Fishery by Region (Second Quarter, 2011)
National Bureau of Statistics of China2011-06-21 09:11




Unit: 100 million yuan

 

1-2 Quarters

Growth Rate (%)

 

 

 

National Total

27384.5

3.4

 

 

 

Beijing

128.7

1.2

Tianjin

138.5

4.2

Hebei

1896.8

3.9

Shanxi

451.1

3.0

Inner Mongolia

400.4

3.7

 

 

 

Liaoning

1119.1

2.3

Jilin

398.4

4.2

Heilongjiang

662.5

5.5

 

 

 

Shanghai

111.3

6.1

Jiangsu

1833.8

3.3

Zhejiang

952.1

2.6

Anhui

1312.7

2.8

Fujian

903.0

3.6

Jiangxi

666.8

3.4

Shandong

3121.7

3.0

 

 

 

Henan

2528.8

3.4

Hubei

1204.8

2.1

Hunan

1552.1

3.0

Guangdong

1775.2

2.7

Guangxi

967.6

4.3

Hainan

485.6

6.0

 

 

 

Chongqing

388.0

4.5

Sichuan

1827.9

3.3

Guizhou

396.2

11.0

Yunnan

702.4

6.9

Tibet

41.5

3.5

 

 

 

Shaanxi

561.0

3.0

Gansu

276.6

5.7

Qinghai

37.8

3.1

Ningxia

72.3

4.3

Xinjiang

462.5

3.4

 

 

 

Note:

Gross output value of agriculture is obtained by first multiplying the output of each product or by product by its price, resulting in the output value of each single item. For a small number of products, annual output of which is not available or difficult to get due to the long production (growing) process involved, the output value is estimated through an indirect approach. The sum of output value of all products of farming, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery is then equal to the gross output value of agriculture. A new industrial classification of economic activities was introduced in 2003. Under the new classification, value of services to farming, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery is included in the gross output value of agriculture; the growth rate was calculated by cut-off method.

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