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Tibet in 60 Years
Special> Tibet in 60 Years
UPDATED: May 19, 2011 NO. 19, MAY 12, 2011
Statistical Communiqué of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China on the 2010 Regional Economic and Social Development
Tibet Autonomous Region implemented the economic development strategy of promoting the production level of the primary industry, attaching importance to key sectors of the secondary industry, and vigorously developing the tertiary industry. The region witnessed sound and rapid economic development, the quality of life there improved significantly, and new achievements were made in all social undertakin

Analyzed by ownership, investment in fixed assets of the state-owned economy was 34.44 billion yuan, up 25.9 percent; that of the collective economy dropped 31.8 percent to 303 million yuan; that of other ownership economies rose 32.9 percent to 9.49 billion yuan; and individual investment fell 44.9 percent to 2.1 billion yuan. Of the total investment, that in urban areas was 40.54 billion yuan, a growth of 23.4 percent from a year earlier; and that in rural areas was 5.78 billion yuan, up 13.9 percent. Of the investment in rural areas, that of farm households was 1.99 billion yuan, a drop of 20.7 percent; and that of rural collectives rose 64.4 percent to 71 million yuan.

Fixed-asset investment in agriculture, forestry, husbandry and fishing industries totaled 2.37 billion yuan, an increase of 1.0 percent; that in the mining industry grew 1.1 times to 2.03 billion yuan; that in the manufacturing sector surged 94.7 percent to 3.55 billion yuan; that in the electricity, gas and water supply industries increased 30.7 percent to 5.6 billion yuan; that in the construction sector went up 6.4 percent to 2.24 billion yuan; that in the transport, storage and postal industries increased 40.1 percent to 11.55 billion yuan; that in the information and software sectors went up by 15.8 percent to reach 1.11 billion yuan; that in the wholesale and retail industries grew 9.1 percent to 650 million yuan; that in hotel and catering sectors amounted to 1.47 billion yuan, growing 64.5 percent; that in the financial industry grew 1.1 times to reach 78 million yuan; that in the real estate sector reached 3.69 billion yuan, down 16.9 percent; that in the leasing and business service sectors increased 2.4 fold to 181 million yuan; that in the scientific research, technology services and geological exploration increased 1.8 times to 182 million yuan; that in the water resources, environment and public facilities management sectors went up 27.7 percent to 2.54 billion yuan; that in the residential services and other service sectors surged 1.1 times to 135 million yuan; that in education was 1.18 billion yuan, growing 16.3 percent from a year earlier; that in sanitation, social security and social welfares stayed unchanged at 373 million yuan; that in the culture, sports and entertainment sectors was 689 million yuan, increasing 39.2 percent; that in the public management and social organizations grew 3.7 percent to 5.82 billion yuan.

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