Explanatory Notes on Major Statistical Indicators


Gross Industrial Output Valueis in a form of currency. Total value of end-products or industrial services activities industrial enterprises provide in the period. It reflects the total achievements and overall scale of industrial production during a given period.

It includes the value of the finished products in a given period, the value of industrial services rendered to other units and the changes in the value of the semi finished products and products in process between the beginning and closing of the period.

Industrial Sales Output Valueis in a form of currency. Is the total volume of industrial products sold in value terms of an industrial enterprise and Industrial services activities, which reflects the total achievements and overall sales scale of industrial production during a given period.

Value Added of Industryrefers to the final results of industrial production in money terms during the reporting period. Is the total business results of all production activities deducted consumption in the production process and converted the value of material goods and services. Is the production process to increase the value of new.

Original Value of Fixed Assetsrefers to the original value of all fixed assets owned by industrial enterprises, calculated at the cost paid at the time of purchase, installation, reconstruction, expansion, and technical innovation and transformation of the said assets, which includes expenses on purchase, package, transportation, and installation, etc.

Liquid Assetsis assets that can be turned into cash or consumed in more than one year or in a year, including cash and deposits, short-term investments, accounts receivable and prepaid inventories.

Main Business Incomerefers to the enterprises in selling products (not necessarily in this enterprisesproduction), providing services and transferring assets, daily activities such as the right to the revenue that generated.

Main Business Costrefers to the actual incurred costs the enterprises sell products, provide services, transfer assets, and other daily activities.

Main Business Taxes and Surchargesrefers to taxes and surcharges in the enterprisesdaily production activities, including sales tax, consumption tax, urban maintenance and construction tax, resource tax, land tax and education surcharge, etc.

Total Profitsrefers to the Surplus an enterprise products in the process of production and business activities after deducting all cost, reflecting the company's profit and loss during the reporting period, including operating profit, subsidy income, net investment income and the net non-operating income and expenditure.

Total Profits and Taxesrefer to total corporate profits taxes, business taxes and surcharges, and the sum of VAT of this year.

Total Assetsrefer to all assets which are owned or controlled by enterprises, including circulating assets, long-term investment, fixed assets, intangible assets and deferred assets, other long-term assets, and defertaxes, etc. The summation of above items is equal to total assets shown in the balance sheets of the enterprises.(1) Circulating assets (working capital) refer to assets which can be cashed in or spent or consumed in an operating cycle of one year or over one year, including cash, all kinds of deposits, short term investment, receivables, advance payment, stock,etc.(2) Fixed assets refer to the net value of fixed assets, clearance of fixed assets, project under construction, fixed assets losses in suspense. These are corporations' fund holdings.(3) Intangible assets refer to the assets without material form used by enterprises over a long time, such as patents, non-patent technologies, trade marks, copyright, land use right, business reputation, etc

Total Liabilitiesrefer to the debts that enterprises are responsible for repayment, including liquid liabilities, long term liabilities and deferred taxes, etc. Total liabilities correspond to the summation item of liabilities shown in the balance sheets of the enterprises. Liabilities include short term loans and long-term loans.

Creditors' Equityrefers to equity investment in an enterprise net assets of the enterprise ownership. Net assets equal total assets minus total liabilities of business the balance, including the investor's initial investment in the enterprise, and capital reserve, surplus reserve and undistributed profits of the joint-stock company is the shareholders' equity.

Paid-in capitalrefers to the investors in accordance with corporate charter, or contract, to the agreement, the actual capital invested enterprises. Business investment in paid-in capital in accordance with the main division of the state capital, collective capital, corporate capital, personal capital, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan capital and foreign capital six. Filled  according to the "paid-up capital" items in the "balance sheet". Paid-up capital in any foreign currency in the form of capital investment required to fill out the form converted into RMB.

Comprehensive Energy Consumptionin a certain period, certain areas of industrial enterprises in the industrial production activities in the actual consumption of energy is the sum of net. Calculation of comprehensive energy consumption, need to be used in a variety of energy conversion to standard fuel after calculation.