National Economic Performance in 2001
to preliminary estimation, the Gross Domestic Product is 9.6 trillion
yuan, up 7.3% over the previous year at comparable prices.
of economic performance in 2001:
The growth of Industrial production picked up.
In 2001, the total completed value-added
of industrial production was 2695 billion yuan, up 9.9% over the
same month of last year. Of which the value-added of state-owned
and state holding industrial enterprises was 1519.8 billion yuan,
up 8.1%. The momentum of the output of major industrial products
is strong. The growth of steel is 19.3%, cement 10.3%, ten kinds
of non-ferrous metal 13.2%. The growth power generating is 8.5%.
And the value-added of collective-owned industry was 314.1 billion
yuan, up 7.2% over the same month of last year. That of share-holding
enterprises completed 808.6 billion yuan, up 10.4%, that of foreign
funded enterprises completed 662.2 billion yuan, up 11.9% over
the previous year.
Consumer price continued to index declined
In December, the consumer price was down
0.1% over the previous month, and down 0.3% at compared with the
same month of last year. Analyzed by category of commodities,
the price for food was up 2.0%, the price for residence item was
up 0.2%. On the other hand, the ex-factory price of manufactured
goods was down 4%, and the purchasing price for energy, raw materials
and power was down 4.1%
Export and import increased fast
In 2001, total value of export and import
was 509.768 billion US dollars, up by 7.5% compared with the same
period of last year. Of which, the value of export was 266.16
billion US dollars, up 6.8%; that of import was 243.61 billion
US dollars, up 8.2%. Surplus was 22.54 billion US dollars, down
6.5% over the previous year. In December, the total value of export
was 24.5 billion US dollars, up 11.5%, and import was 22.39 billion
US dollars, down 4.6% over the same month of last year, surplus
was 2.11billion US dollars.
In 2001, 26139 overseas-funded enterprises
have been approved to set up, scoring an increase of 16.01 percent.
The total amount of foreign capital actually used is 46.846 billion
US dollars, up 14.9% over the same period of last year. By the
end of 2001, the foreign exchange reserves reach 212.165
billion US dollars, an increase of 46.6 billion US dollars as
compared with that at the beginning of this year.
IV. people’s living condition
to preliminary estimation, The real increase of the per capita
disposable income of urban residents is 6.7% if change in prices
was taken into consideration. The real increase of the per capita
cash income of rural residents 4.0% if change in prices was taken