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Special> China's Tibet: Facts & Figures> Economy
UPDATED: April 17, 2008 China's Tibet Facts
Investment in Fixed Assets

In 2006, centering on infrastructure construction, Tibet continued increasing its fixed assets investment. The amount of fixed assets investment reached 23.235 billion Yuan, an increase of 18.4 percent. This included 6.553 billion Yuan raised publicly, an increase of 99.5 percent.

So far as the economic modes are concerned, the State sector made 15.783 billion Yuan of investment, an increase of 15.1 percent from 2005; the collectively owned sector invested 548 million Yuan, a fall of 18.7 percent; other economic sectors provided 3.481 billion Yuan of investment, a rise of 38.6 percent; individuals invested 3.423 billion Yuan, a rise of 1.4 times. Urban investment was 20.184 billion Yuan, up 6.1 percent, including 890 million Yuan of real estate development investment, up 47.8 percent; rural investment was 3.051 billion Yuan, a rise of 4.1 times. Of this, that of farming households reached 2.583 billion Yuan, up 5.3 times and that of the collective sector was 134 million Yuan, an increase of 2.9 times. Investment of the primary industry was 1.340 billion Yuan, up 4.7 percent; that of secondary industry reached 2.657 billion Yuan, a rise of 11.2 percent; and that of the tertiary industry was 19.238 billion Yuan, up 20.6 percent.

Tibet received 24.490 billion Yuan in total funding, an increase of 20.4 percent over the previous year. This included 10.903 billion Yuan of State-budgeted funds, down 4.9 percent; 471 million Yuan in domestic loans, a fall of 24.4 percent; 6.726 billion Yuan of self-raised funds, a rise of 75.0 percent; and 6.390 billion Yuan of other kinds of investment, an increase of 44.9 percent.

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