Fujian's GDP approached 524.173 billion yuan in 2003, up 11.5 percent on the previous year.
In 2003, the proportions of the added value of the primary, secondary and tertiary industries in Fujian's GDP changed from the previous 14.2:46.1:39.7 to 13.5:47.6:38.9.
Fujian's revenue was 55.273 billion yuan in 2003, up 16 percent.
Industrial added value:
The industrial added value of Fujian totaled over 214.99 billion yuan in 2003, up 15.6 percent.
In 2003, the ratio of grain and non-grain crop growing area was readjusted from 60.2:39.8 to 58.4:41.6. This means a reduction of 90,000 ha in the growing area of grain crops. The total grain output in the year was 7.13 million tons, down 6.6 percent from the previous year.
Customs statistics show that the total import and export value of the province in 2003 was US$35.335 billion, up 24.4 percent from the previous year. The export value was US$21.14 billion, up 7.9 percent; while the import value was US$14.195 billion, up 28.7 percent.
In 2003, the province approved a total of 2,274 projects with foreign direct investment, the contractual foreign capital amounting to US$7.25 billion, up 4.4 percent. Of the sum US$4.99 billion had been actually used, a rise of 17.5 percent.
Fujian has formed a complete industrial system, with the petrochemical, electronics, machinery, construction, building material, forestry, fishery and aquiculture, and light and textile sectors as its pillar industries.