CHINA AGRICULTURE YEARBOOK 2016 PDF Download
1.This Yearbook refers to the develop-ment and information of agriculture,forestry,animal husbandry,fishery,land reclamation,farm machinery,water conservancy,meteorol-ogy,agricultural natural disaster,etc.in Chi-na.It has been published both in Chineseand English since 1985. 2.The English edition bases itselfmainly on the Chinese edition of China Agri-culture Yearbook 2016.The compilation isunder the auspices of the Ministry of Agricul-ture and from the assistance of various minis-tries and state departments concerned.Thedata of the statistics of agricultural economyare from the National Bureau of Statistics,Ministry of Agriculture,State Forestry Ad-ministration,Ministry of Water ResourcesChina Meteorological Administration andGeneral Administration of Customs,etc. The English edition of this Yearbookdoes not include the information fromHongkong,Macao,and Taiwan Province ofChina unless specially stated.
“China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2016” is an annual publication that reflects the development of health care and life in China and the health status of residents. This book contains the national and 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities health service development and the current level of health statistics, as well as the history of the important national statistical data. This book is “China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook” 2016, the contents of the collection as of the end of 2015.
“China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2016” The book is divided into 16 parts, namely: medical and health institutions, health personnel, health facilities, health funds, medical services, primary health care services, Chinese medicine services, maternal and child health care and family planning, People’s health level, disease control and public health, the cause of death of residents, food safety and health monitoring, medical security, population indicators, attached to the main socio-economic indicators, the world’s health status. A brief description of the main contents, sources, statistical scope, statistical methods and historical changes of this chapter.
- China Social Statistical Yearbook 2016 is the comprehensive statistics yearbook which reflects various aspects related to social development. It is collected main social statistical data on provinces and national total data in 2015, also main social indicators of other countries/regions in some years.
- This Yearbook includes 12 sections: 1.General Survey, 2.Population and Family, 3.Health and Wellness, 4.Education and Training, 5.Employment, 6.Earning and Consumption, 7.Social Security, 8.Living Condition, 9.Culture and Leisure, 10.Resources and Environment, 11.Public Safety, 12.Social Participation，13.International Statistical Indicators. Explanatory notes on main statistical indicators are provided in Appendix.
III. The national data in this Yearbook 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.
- The units of measurement used in the Yearbook are internationally standard measurement units.
- Statistical discrepancies on totals and relative figures due to rounding are not adjusted in the Yearbook.
- Data in the Yearbook are sourced from the following departments: Supreme People’s Court, Supreme People’s Procuratorate, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Civil Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, Ministry of Land and Resources, Ministry of Environmental Protection, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Water Resources, Ministry of Culture, National Health and Family Planning Commission, General Administration of Press and Publication, Radio, Film and Television, General Administration of Sports, State Administration of Work Safety, State Administration of Forest, Earthquake Administration, Meteorological Administration, State Oceanic Administration, State Administration of Culture Heritage, the United Front Work Department of CPC Central Committee, State Archives Administration, All-China Federation of Trade Unions, China Disabled Persons’ Federation, etc.
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.
VIII. Our deep appreciation goes to many departments which provided supports in compiling this Yearbook. It is inevitable that there might be some mistakes in the book because of wide coverage involved in collecting and compiling social statistics. Suggestions from readers are welcome so as to improve the quality of this publication in the future.
The Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook is a large-sized reference book tocomprehensively record recycle economy history in our country.It adheres to the philosphy ofgreen growth proposed by the general secretary of the CPC Central Committee Xi Jinping andpromotes green growth,circular economy,low carbon economy,the consrtuction of ecologicalcivilization and bertuful China. Since Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook is published for the first time in 2008,it isalways welcomed and praised.Those compliments strongly encourage us to keep makingendeavors to edit Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook. The Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook 2016 records the development of ChineseCircular Economy in 2015 with the text mode combining with articles,entries,forms andpictures. The Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook 2016 has some distinct characteristics,such asall the affairs,information,data,materials and pictures inside coming from official resourcesor publications with authority and reality;It is comprehensive,systematic and full contentcovers from the central government to local government and enterprises,industrial parks,every industries,areas,speeches,important events and affairs,laws,policies,sciences andtypical cases;It involves in every aspects of the recycle economy from different levels and allorientations;It collects nearly portraying the recycle economy in our country and hence it isinteresting to see and read. The Chinese Circular Economy Yearbook 2016 records experiences from recycle economyexperimental units which enhances its reference value. During the edition of the Yearbook,it is highly appreciated for the strong support fromthe ministries and commissions of the State Department,every province,cities,municipalitiesand cities specifically designated in the state plan,Guiyang City,the Development andReform Commission of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps of CPLA,every nationalimportant industries and their associations,recycle economy experimental units. The newsroom of the Yearbook is located in Beijing Modem Recycle Economy Academy . Due to limited experiences and level,please don’t hesitate to let us know if there’s anyomission and error.
English | 2 Jun. 2017 | ISBN: 3319491989 | 387 Pages | PDF | 2.82 MB
China Ethnic Statistical Yearbook 2016, comprised of entirely original research, collects data on the socioeconomic situation of China’s 56 ethnic groups. Although the majority of China’s population is of the Han nationality (which accounts for more than 90% of China’s population), the non-Han ethnic groups have a population of more than 100 million. China has officially identified, except for other unknown ethnic groups and foreigners with Chinese citizenship, 55 ethnic minorities. In addition, ethnic minorities vary greatly in size. With a population of more than 15 million, the Zhuang are the largest ethnic minority, and the Lhoba, with a population of only about three thousand, the smallest.
China’s ethnic diversity has resulted in a special socioeconomic landscape for China itself. However, till presently, a complete socioeconomic picture of China’s ethnic groups – especially of its smallest ethnic minorities – still remained unclear. How different have China’s ethnic groups been in every sphere of daily life and economic development during China’s fast transition period? In order to answer these questions, we have created a detailed and comparable set of data for each of China’s ethnic groups.
This book presents, in an easy-to-use format, a broad collection of social and economic indicators on China’s 56 ethnic groups. This useful resource profiles the general social and economic situations for each of these ethnic groups. These indicators are compiled and estimated based on the regional and local data gathered from a variety of sources up to 2012.