Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2019

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Yearbook title:广东统计年鉴2019
Yearbook English title:Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2019
Published Date :10/2019
Language : English and Chinese bilingual
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Ⅰ.Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2019 (hereinafter referred to as the Yearbook) is an annual statistical publication, which reflects comprehensively the economic and social development of Guangdong Province. It covers data for 2018 and key statistical data in some historically important years since 1978 at the provincial level and the local levels of city, county and district.

Ⅱ. The Yearbook contains twenty-two chapters: 1. General Survey; 2. National Accounts; 3. Population; 4. Employment and Wages; 5. Investment in Fixed Assets; 6. Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation ; 7. Energy, Resources and Environment ; 8. Government Finance, Banking and Insurance; 9. Prices; 10. People’s Living Conditions; 11. Agriculture; 12. Industry; 13. Service Enterprises Above Designated Size;14.Construction; 15. Transport, Postal and Telecommunication Services; 16. Wholesale , Retail Trades and Tourism; 17. Hotels, Catering Services and Tourism; 18. Education, Science and Technology; 19 Culture and Sports. 20.Public Health, Social Welfare, Social Insurance and Others; 21. Main Economic Indicators of Economic Regions; 22. Main Economic Indicators of Counties (County-level Cities) and Districts. Meanwhile, four chapters are listed as appendices: 1. Main Statistical Indicators of 31 Provinces and Municipalities; 2. Main Statistics of Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions; 3. Main Statistical Indicators of Taiwan Province; 4. Main Statistics of Some Countries and Territories. To facilitate readers, the Brief Introduction at the beginning of each chapter provides a summary of the main contents of the chapter, data sources, statistical scope, statistical methods and historical changes. At the end of each chapter, Explanatory Notes on Main Statistical Indicators are included.

Ⅲ. The data in the Yearbook are mainly obtained from regular statistical reports and sample surveys conducted by the statistical bureaus of all levels of government and the Survey Office of the National Bureau of Statistics in Guangdong. Some data are collected from the departments of the central government and the provincial government. Data in the appendices are compiled from statistical publications published by the National Bureau of Statistics and other sources.

Ⅳ. The pearl river delta, east wing, west wing and mountainous areas in the Yearbook are divided as following:

The pearl river delta include Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Jiangmen, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Huizhou and Zhaoqing.

The east wing includes Shantou, Shanwei, Chaozhou and Jieyang.

The west wing includes Zhanjiang, Maoming and Yangjiang.

The mountainous areas include Shaoguan, Heyuan, Meizhou, Qingyuan and Yunfu.

Ⅴ. The units of measurement used in the Yearbook are internationally standard measurement units, except that the unit of cultivated land and sown areas uses“mu” with regard to the Chinese tradition.

Ⅵ. Please refer to the newly published version of the Yearbook for updated historical data.Statistical discrepancies on totals and relative figures due to rounding are not adjusted in the Yearbook.

Ⅶ. Notations used in the Yearbook:

“ … ” indicates that the figure is not large enough to be measured with the smallest unit in the table;

“ # ” indicates a major breakdown of the total;

“ blank space ” indicates that the data are unknown or are not available;

“ ① ” indicates footnotes at the end of the table.

Ⅷ. In comparison with Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2018,following revisions have been made in this new version in terms of the statistical contents and in editing: Of the chapter of “General Survey”, table of main economic and social indicators of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Marco Greater Bay Area is added. Of the chapter of “National Economic Account”, data about the development of new economy are added. Of the chapter of “Population”, table of basic statistics on National Population Censuses are added. Of the chapter of “Resources and Environment”, figures of water resource are listed separately, relevant table frames are adjusted. Of the chapter of “Foreign trade and Economic Cooperation”, data of direct investment in RMB that are approved by Ministry of Commerce are adopted. According to the new departmental reporting system, some professional contents and indicators have been adjusted.

Ⅸ.Because the result of the Fourth National Economic Census have not yet been released, data of 2018 in this Yearbook related to the census such as national account, industry, investment, construction, service above designated size, wholesale and retail sale and catering adopt the result of flash annual report. Some data that only could be collected with annual report are not offered for the present. The data based on the annual report of these industries will be reflected in the Yearbook 2020.

Acknowledgements: our gratitude goes to relevant departments and units under the provincial government, from which we have received tremendous support when compiling the Yearbook.

China Statistical Yearbook 2019

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Yearbook title:中国统计年鉴2019
Yearbook English title:China Statistical Yearbook 2019
Published Date :10/2019
Language : English and Chinese bilingual
Availability : Printed Version;Electronic Version(CD Version)

China Statistical Yearbook 2019
China Statistical Yearbook 2019

I. China Statistical Yearbook 2019 is an annual statistical publication, which reflects comprehensively the economic and social development of China. It covers data for 2018 and key statistical data in recent years and some historically important years at the national level and the local levels of province, autonomous region and municipality directly under the Central Government.

II. The Yearbook contains twenty-eight chapters: l. General Survey; 2. Population; 3. National Accounts; 4. Employment and Wages; 5. Prices; 6. People’s Living Conditions; 7. Government Finance; 8. Resources and Environment; 9. Energy; 10. Investment in Fixed Assets; 11. Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation; 12. Agriculture; 13. Industry; 14. Construction; 15. Wholesale and Retail Trades; 16. Transport, Postal and Telecommunication Services, and Software Industry; 17. Hotels, Catering Services and Tourism; 18. Financial Intermediation; 19. Real Estate; 20. Science and Technology; 21. Education; 22. Public Health and Social Services; 23. Culture and Sports; 24. Public Management, Social Security and Social Organizations; 25. Urban, Rural and Regional Development; 26. Main Social and Economic Indicators of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR); 27. Main Social and Economic Indicators of Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR); 28. Main Social and Economic Indicators of Taiwan Province. One chapter listed as Appendix is Main Social and Economic Indicators of Other Countries/Regions.

To facilitate readers, the Brief Introduction at the beginning of each chapter provides a summary of the main contents of the chapter, data sources, statistical scope, statistical methods and historical changes. At the end of each chapter, Explanatory Notes on Main Statistical Indicators are included.

III. The national data in this book do not include those of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan Province, except for the divisions of administrative areas, the area of the national territory and forest resources and otherwise specified. In accordance with the principles set down in the Basic Law of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the Basic Law of Macao Special Administrative Region, statistically Hong Kong, Macao and the mainland of China are three mutually independent regions, each following its own and different statistical systems and legal provisions in conducting statistical operations independently. Statistics on the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Macao Special Administrative Region as included in this yearbook are provided by the Census and Statistics Department of the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Statistics and Census Service of the Government of Macao Special Administrative Region respectively; and are edited by the National Bureau of Statistics.

IV. Eastern region, central region, western region and northeastern region in the Yearbook are divided as following:

Eastern 10 provinces (municipalities) include: Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Shandong, Guangdong and Hainan;

Central 6 provinces include: Shanxi, Anhui, Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei and Hunan;

Western 12 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) include: Inner Mongolia, Guangxi, Chongqing, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Tibet, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia and Xinjiang;

Northeastern 3 provinces include: Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang.

V. The units of measurement used in the Yearbook are internationally standard measurement units, and newly published and implemented Product Categories are uniformly used.

VI. Please refer to the newly published version of the Yearbook for updated historical data. Statistical discrepancies on totals and relative figures due to rounding are not adjusted in the Yearbook.

VII. Notations used in the Yearbook: (blank space) indicates that the data are unknown, or are not available; “#” indicates a major breakdown of the total; and “*”or “①”indicates footnotes at the end of the table. About the notations in the chapters of Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR, please refer to the brief introduction in relevant chapters.

VIII. In comparison with China Statistical Yearbook 2018, following revisions have been made in this new version in terms of the statistical contents and in editing: Of the chapter “National Accounts”, value-added by sector of gross regional product and relevant indicators of gross regional product (by income approach and by expenditure approach) are deleted. Of the chapter “Resources and Environment”, table of Identified Reserves of Major Minerals are added. Of the chapter “Investment in Fixed Assets”, amount indicators change to relative indicators such as growth rate and proportion, and tables of Total Investment in Fixed Assets by Three Strata of Industry and Non-governmental Investment in Fixed Assets are added. Of the chapter “Foreign trade and Economic Cooperation”, indicator of net overseas direct investment (flow) are added. Of the chapter “Industry”, with industrial enterprises above designated size, indicators of revenue (cost) from principal business change into business revenue (cost). Of the chapter “Wholesale and Retail Trades”, tables of Sales of Passenger Cars and Sales of Second-hand Passenger Cars are added. Of the chapter “Transport, Postal and Telecommunication Services, and Software Industry”, indicators of fixed telephone, household telephone, public telephone, roaming services, dial-up Internet access are deleted. Data of 2018 in some tables are absent, because the data verification of the Fourth Economic Census is in progress.

ALMANAC OF CHINA’S FINANCE AND BANKING 2018

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Yearbook title:中国金融年鉴(英文版)2018
Yearbook English title:ALMANAC OF CHINA’S FINANCE AND BANKING 2018
Published Date :02/2019
Language : English
ISSN:1007-5607
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ALMANAC OF CHINA'S FINANCE AND BANKING 2018
ALMANAC OF CHINA’S FINANCE AND BANKING 2018

On October 18,2017,the 19th CPC National Congress,an important meeting leading China to the great rejuvenation,was successfully held. In the report delivered at the 19th National Congress of the CPC,President Xi Jinping made the major political judgment that socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era,and he also pointed out that the principal contradiction facing the Chinese society in the new era has evolved into the contradiction between unbalanced and inadequate development and the peopled ever-growing needs for a better life. As China’s economy has shifted from a stage of high-speed growth to a stage of high-quality  development,the new development philosophy must be implemented,so as to promote the transformation in quality,efficiency and driving force in the economic development,and to continuously enhance the innovation and competitiveness of China’s economy. The financial sector will firmly implement the spirit of the 19th CPC National Congress,while implementing the overall arrangements of the National Financial Work Conference and the Central Economic Work Conference. Under the guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era,by acting in response to the evolution of the major contradictions in Chinese society and changes in the stage of economic development,the financial sector will implement the new development philosophy in a decisive way to promote the financial reform and opening up with great efforts,and to provide strong financial support for the high-quality development of the economy! Firmly implementing a new development philosophy,with serving the supply-side structural reform as the main task,and providing support for the high-quality development of the real economy. Byworking around the five tasks of reducing excess capacity,destocking,deleveraging,lowering costs,and shoring up weak spots,the PBC appropriately dealt with corporate debts of the overcapacity industries through the establishment of the creditors’ committee and market-based debt-for-equity swaps. Meanwhile,guidance was offered to banking financial institutions to ensure that rational financing needs of the steel and iron as well as coal industries with excess capacity can be met when they pursued transformation,based on the principle of differentiated treatment by supporting some while suppressing others. This move was aimed at supporting good enterprises,stabilizing problem enterprises,and exiting “zombie enterprises”. The Guiding Opinions on Providing Financial Support for Building China into a Manufacturing Power was issued to increase financial support for the construction of a manufacturing power. Financial support for major national strategies was also intensified,including the coordinated development of Beijing,Tianjin and Hebei province,development of Xiong ‘ an New Area,growing into a maritime power,military-civilian integration ? and development of the Belt and Road Initiative. At the end of 2017,loans to the infrastructure sector increased by 15.7%,while loans to the strategic emerging industries of 21 major banks increased by 10.1%,and the growth rate of loans to the manufacturing industry turned positive from negative. Qualified manufacturers were encouraged to finance through China^s multi-tiered capital markets. In 2017,there were331 IPOs made by manufacturing companies for a combined 163.54 billion yuan and follow-on offerings for 299.95 billion yuan,and a total of 5 804 manufacturing companies had been admitted onto the NEEQ,accounting for 50% of the NEEQ market,and 1 223of which secured 57.03 billion yuan in financing through stock issue Financial services for science and technology innovation,culture industry,and new types of consumption were deepened to actively foster new growth drivers. At the end of 2017,outstanding medium and long-term loans to scientific research and technological services,culture and sports,and the entertainment industry stood at 364.2 billion yuan.Nine mass innovation and entrepreneurship debt financing instruments were registered with a total value of 17 billion yuan. Giving priority to focusing on key issues,addressing weak links,and strengthenii^weakness for the purpose of providing support for prevention and mitigation of major risks,targeted poverty alleviation,and prevention and control of pollutio Reinforcing the financial risk firewall to firmly safeguard the bottom line of preventing systemic financial risks. In 2017,the financial sector actively and steadily promoted deleveraging to prevent and mitigate the risk of high leverage in a practical way. The PBC issued the Guiding Opinions on Regulating the Asset Management Activities by Financial Institutions to set down single standards and regulations for key issues arising from asset management,including multiple packaging,unclear leverage,regulatory arbitrage,and implicit guarantee. Efforts were made to formulate measures for supervising and regulating financial holding companies,and the Opinions on the Regulation of Investment by Non-financial Enterprises in Financial Institutions was rolled out to prevent the risk cross-contagion between financial and real sectors. The PBC promoted the specific program to manage Internet finance risks,and facilitated the establishment of a long?term mechanism for Internet finance regulation and risk prevention. The PBC strictly rectified the irregularities in the financial market by intensifying financial supervision and regulation and maintaining high pressure on law enforcement. The PBC firmly focused on financial services for targeted poverty alleviation,improved the development level of inclusive finance,and provided support for the implementation of the strategy of rural revitalization. The PBC released the Opinions on Providing Financial Support to the Battle against Poverty in Deeply Impoverished Regions,launched the pilot reform of interest rate pricing mechanism for poverty alleviation central bank lending,and issued innovative debt financing instruments such as poverty alleviation social impact bonds and poverty alleviation bills. The pilot reform of inclusive finance was steadily advanced,the financial institution system and policy system serving the grass roots were greatly improved,and the efficiency of service of the agro-related social credit system and payment system was significantly enhanced The reform of green finance was steadily pushed forward to produce sustainable economic,social and environmental benefits. The infrastructure construction of green finance was continuously strengthened,including policy framework,standard system,statistical system,information disclosure requirements,green evaluation,and evaluation certification. The pilot reform of green finance witnessed positive progress in the continuous product and service innovation. The market size of green financial expanded rapidly,providing strong financial support for the green transformation of the real economy. Deepening the reform of the financial system,improving and making iiuiovation in the macro-control mechanism,enhancing the financial supervision system,and promoting the sound development of the financial market. A two-pillar regulatory framework of monetary policy and macro-prudential policy was preliminarily established. On the one hand,the PBC promoted the shift of monetary policy framework from mainly relying on quantitative instruments to mainly relying on price instruments in a proactive and prudent manner. To achieve it,the PBC developed numerous monetary policy tools,and kept liquidity basically stable. On the other hand,the PBC made great efforts for developing and improving its macro-prudential policy framework. In 2016,the dynamic adjustment mechanism of the differentiated reserve requirement ratios was upgraded into the MPA system. Afterwards,the off-balance sheet wealth management and interbank certificates of deposit were included in the MPA indicator assessment,and the cross-border capital flows and the real estate market were also included in the macro-prudential regulation. The combination of monetary and macro-prudential policies will help promote financial stability while maintaining the value of the Renminbi,create a neutral and adequate monetary and financial environment for the supply-side structural reform,and prevent systemic financial risks in an even better fashion The financial supervision system was improved to enhance the efficiency of supervision. In November 2017,the Financial Stability and Development Committee under the State Council(hereinafter referred to as the “ FSDC ”)was formally established. The FSDC is a deliberative and coordinating organ under the State Council for the overall planning and coordination of the major issues regarding the financial stability and reform and development. Its establishment will help achieve full coverage of macro-prudential management and financial supervision on all types of financial institutions,business,activities,and their risks,will eliminate the neglected aspects of supervision and improve the effectiveness of supervision,and will be of great significance for accelerating the establishment of a powerful and efficient modern financial supervision framework,supervision rules and regulations as well as supervision standards. The institution building of the financial market was strengthened,and a robust multi-tiered financial market system was built. The market-making mechanism of the interbank bond market was improved by launching the bidding for financial bond swap on a trial basis as a move to diversify means of issuance,which will help increase the overall market liquidity and market rate stability. The Measures for the Administration of Securities Offering and Underwriting was revised,the mechanism of Public Offering Review Committee was reformed,and the delisting rules were further recalibrated.Market tiering and reform of trading rules for the NEEQ made major breakthroughs,with the introduction of call auction trading and differentiated matchmaking,disclosure and supervisory arrangements,all aimed at bolstering price discovery. With the release of the Trial Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Regional Equity Trading Platforms,consolidated business rules and regulations were set out,formally incorporating regional equity trading platforms into China’s multi-tiered capital markets. Focusing on providing support for the development of the Belt and Road Initiative to promote the formation of a new layout of financial opening up. A multi-tier investment and financing framework was built to provide financial support for the development of the Belt and Road Initiative. In May 2017,the first Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing,which produced a series of important outcomes. The overall plan for providing financial support for the development of the Belt and Road Initiative was formulated and released. The equity investment funds such as the Silk Road Fund was successfully put into operation,the advantages of the development finance were given full play in the development of the Belt and Road Initiative,and the network layout of financial institutions and services in the Belt and Road countries was continuously promoted. The circulation of funds in the capital market was further deepened. The governments and higher-credit enterprises and financial institutions of the Belt and Road countries were supported to issue the Renminbi-denominated bonds in China. The financial market opening-up and the Renminbi internationalization were promoted in a steady and orderly manner. The PBC continued to explore two-way financial market opening-up through infrastructure connectivity,and it launched the Bond Connect jointly with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority(HKMA). As of the end of2017,a total of 249 overseas institutions accessed China’s interbank bond market through the Bond Connect with bond holdings exceeding 80 billion yuan. The panda bond issuers were diversified,expanding from overseas non-financial enterprises to foreign government institutions,international development agencies,and overseas financial institutions and non-financial enterprises. China’s A-shares were included in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. The review mechanism for follow-on offerings by domestic companies on overseas markets was further optimized,and the pilot program of H-share full circulation was launched. As of the end of 2017,a total of 806 overseas institutions had gained access to China’s interbank bond market. The pilot of RQFII was expanded to 18 countries and regions with a total investment quota of 1.74 trillion yuan. The domestic Renminbidenominated financial assets held by overseas entities in the form of equities,bonds,loans,and deposits stood at 4.29 trillion yuan,soaring 41.3% year on year In the past year,under the leadership of the Party Central Committee and the State Council,China’s financial industry achieved a steady development,providing strong support for the transformation and high-quality development of its economy. By adhering to the historical responsibility of preservation of history and inheritance,The Almanac of China’s Finance and Banking faithfully recorded the course of reform and development of Chinas financial industry in the past year,with a view to benefiting readers in learning from history,carrying on the past and opening a way for future,and opening a new chapter in the reform and development of Chinafinancial industry in the new era!

China Energy Statistical Yearbook 2018

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Yearbook title:中国能源统计年鉴2018
Yearbook English title:China Energy Statistical Yearbook 2018
Published Date :06/2019
Language : English and Chinese bilingual
ISBN:978-7-5037-8788-1
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China Energy Statistical Yearbook 2018
China Energy Statistical Yearbook 2018

China Energy Statistical Yearbook is an annual statistical publication, which covers very comprehensive datain energy construction, production, consumption, equilibrium of supply and demand in an all-round way,established in 1986, edited by Department of Industry and Transport Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics. 2008annual is edited by Department of Energy Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics, published by China StatisticsPress, to the domestic and international public publication. In order to satisfy the masses of readers’ demands for China energy statistics, improve the efficiency andtimeliness of the data use, from each of 2004, China Energy Statistical Yearbook is published one volume everyyear instead of one volume every 2 years. China Energy Statistical Yearbook consists of seven chapters: 1.General Survey; 2. Construction of EnergyIndustry; 3.Energy Production; 4. Energy Consumption; 5. Energy Balance Table of China; 6. Energy BalanceTable by Region; 7. Energy data for the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region. Additionalinformation provided in the appendices include major energy data for Taiwan province, energy data for relatedcountries or areas arid explanatory notes of main statistical indicators and conversion factors from physical unitsto coal equivalent. Annual statistical reports from the National Bureau of Statistics and the China Statistical Yearbook are themain data sources of this document. However, the national data in this book does not include that of the HongKong and Macao Special Administrative Region, the Taiwan province. The Tibet energy balance data isunavailable yet. The data in the energy balance tables does not cover non-commercial energy. The China energy data were by the year of 2017, energy data for the world and other countries or area wereby the year of 2016. Notations used in the yearbook: blank space indicates that the figure is not large enough to be measured withthe smallest unit in the table, or data are unknown or are not available;”#”indicates a major breakdown of thetotal. Since 2012, Classification for national standard of industry classification is implementing new version of2011.

China Statistical Yearbook on Environment 2018

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Yearbook title:中国环境统计年鉴2018
Yearbook English title:China Statistical Yearbook on Environment 2018
Published Date :02/2019
Language : English and Chinese bilingual
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China Statistical Yearbook on Environment 2018
China Statistical Yearbook on Environment 2018

Ⅰ.China Statistical Yearbook on Environment-2018 is prepared jointly by the National Bureauof Statistics,Ministry of Ecology and Environment and other ministries.It is an annual statisticspublication,with comprehensive data in 2017 and selected data series in major years at national leveland at provincial level(province,autonomous region,and municipality directly under the centralgovernment) and therefore reflecting various aspects of China’s environmental development.Since theSecond National Census of Pollutants Sources is under way,the pollution emissions statistics of 2017 ismissing in this publication and will be released later after the census completed Ⅱ.China Statistical Yearbook on Environment-2018 contains 12 chapters:1.Natural Conditions;2.Freshwater Environment;3.Marine Environment;4.Atmospheric Environment;5.Solid Wastes;6.Natural Ecology;7.Land Use;8.Forestry;9.Natural Disasters & Environmental Accidents;10Environmental Investment;11.Urban Environment;12.Rural Environment.Five appendixes listed asMain Indicators of Population,Resource and Environment;Main Resources & Environmental Indicatorsin the 13th Five-year Plan;Main Environmental Indicators by Eastern,Central and Western;MainEnvironmental Indicators of the World’s Major Countries and Regions;Explanatory Notes on MainStatistical Indicators Ⅲ.The national data in this book do not include that of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan Province except for territory and forest resources.Theinformation gathered from National Forestry and Grassland Administration,Daxinganling is affiliatedto the National Forestry and Grassland Administration,tied with the provinces,autonomous regions,municipalities under the central government,without duplication of data Ⅳ.Notations used in this book: “(blank)”indicates that the data are not available; “#” indicates the major items of the total. Ⅴ.The institutions participating in the compilation of this publication include:Ministry of WaterResource,Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development,Ministry of Natural Resources,Ministryof Agriculture and Rural Affairs,National Health Commission,Ministry of Emergency Management,Ministry of Transport,National Forestry and Grassland Administration,China MeteorologicalAdministration,China Earthquake Administration.We would like to express our gratitude to theseinstitutions for their cooperation and support in preparing this publication