The city’s economic operation from January to April 2019 – Since the beginning of this year, affected by many internal and external factors, the city’s economic growth has slowed down, and the growth rate of most economic indicators has dropped to varying degrees.
From January to April, the city’s economic growth generally continued the development trend of the first quarter, and the downward pressure on the economy was still relatively large.
Industrial production continued to slow.
From January to April, the added value of industries above designated size in the city increased by 8.1%, 2.7 percentage points higher than the national level and 0.9 percentage points lower than that of the whole province, ranking seventh in the province in terms of growth rate.
Divided into three categories, the mining industry decreased by 6.9%, the manufacturing industry increased by 2.3%, and the production and supply of electricity, heat, gas and water increased by 16.7%.
In terms of industries, 19 of the 38 major industry categories are growing.
Among them, liquor manufacturing increased by 7.7%, tobacco decreased by 2.2%, electricity increased by 19.8%, computer, communication and other electronic equipment manufacturing increased by 100.5%, and chemical industry increased by 20.9%.
Fixed asset investment grew rapidly.
From January to April, the investment in fixed assets of more than 5 million yuan increased by 14.6%, 8.5 percentage points higher than that of the whole country, and 1.1 percentage points higher than that of the whole province, and the growth rate ranked third in the province.
In terms of different industries, investment in the primary industry decreased by 4.6% year-on-year; investment in the secondary industry increased by 4.1%, of which industrial investment increased by 4.1%; investment in the tertiary industry increased by 16.6%, of which infrastructure investment increased by 14.8%.
The growth rate of the consumer goods market slowed down.
From January to April, the total retail sales of consumer goods above designated size was 10.772 billion yuan, down 18.7%, 15.8 percentage points lower than the province, and the growth rate dropped 30.5 percentage points year-on-year, ranking ninth in the province.
In terms of urban and rural areas, the growth rate has both declined.
Urban retail sales were 10.538 billion yuan, down 18.9%; rural retail sales were 234 million yuan, down 7.6%.
In terms of different industries, the wholesale and retail industries both experienced negative growth.
Wholesale sales were 514 million yuan, down 77.9%; retail sales were 9.87 billion yuan, down 6.9%; accommodation industry turnover was 108 million yuan, up 5.8%; catering industry turnover was 280 million yuan, up 10.2%.
In terms of consumer goods, liquor and automobile sales were sluggish.
The retail sales of automobiles was 4.83 billion yuan, down 21.7% year-on-year; the retail sales of alcohol was 1.15 billion yuan, down 50.8% year-on-year.
Both fiscal revenue and expenditure slowed down, and financial operations were generally stable.
From January to April, the city’s total fiscal revenue was 35.731 billion yuan, an increase of 9.9%, a year-on-year decrease of 34.9 percentage points and a month-on-month decrease of 0.9 percentage points; general public budget revenue was 9.878 billion yuan, a decrease of 4.6%, a year-on-year decrease of 34.9 percentage points and a month-on-month decrease.
It narrowed by 3.1 percentage points; general public budget expenditure was 22.917 billion yuan, an increase of 17.3%, a year-on-year decrease of 4.5 percentage points and a month-on-month increase of 2.5 percentage points.
The balance of financial deposits was 487.592 billion yuan, an increase of 2.2%, a decrease of 4.4 percentage points year-on-year and a decrease of 1.3 percentage points month-on-month.
The loan balance was 363.028 billion yuan, an increase of 20%, which was flat year-on-year and decreased by 1.2 percentage points month-on-month.
The price level rose moderately.
In April, the city’s overall consumer price level rose by 1.3% year-on-year, a drop of 1.4 percentage points from the same period last year.
Among them, the residential category increased by 3.4%, the medical care category increased by 1.9%, the education, culture and entertainment category increased by 1.3%, the food, tobacco and alcohol category increased by 0.5%, and the clothing category increased by 0.7%.
70 years of economic growth has turned upside down
On June 5, the reporter learned from the press conference of “Magnificent 70 Years, New Era of Struggle” held by the Provincial Government Information Office that since the founding of New China 70 years ago, our province has made remarkable achievements in economic and social development. 44 yuan in 1949 increased to 41,244 yuan in 2018, achieving a qualitative leap.
The province has made remarkable achievements in poverty alleviation, creating a “Guizhou model”. Adhere to taking poverty alleviation as the top priority and the first people’s livelihood project, the province’s poverty-stricken population has decreased from more than 18.4 million in 1978 to 1.55 million in 2018.
Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, targeted poverty alleviation and targeted poverty alleviation have made great efforts and achieved remarkable results, unprecedented in the development history of our province.
From 2013 to 2018, the province has reduced 7.68 million people in poverty, reducing more than 1 million people every year. The poverty rate fell from 26.8% to 4.3%.
Our province ranks among the top in the country in terms of the number of poverty alleviation numbers, the extent of poverty reduction, and the number of people relocated for poverty alleviation.
The economic scale continued to expand, and the comprehensive economic strength achieved the leap of Guizhou.
Over the past 70 years, the province’s economy has achieved leapfrog development.
The total economic volume has gradually climbed and leaped to new levels one after another.
The province’s GDP was 623 million yuan in 1949, and reached 1,480.645 billion yuan in 2018, 2,377 times that of 1949.
Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the province’s economic aggregate, industrial output value above designated size, investment in fixed assets, balance of deposits and loans of financial institutions, and registered capital of market entities have exceeded the trillion yuan mark, achieving a historic catch-up and leap.
From 2012 to 2018, the average annual growth rate of GDP was 11%, and the growth rate ranked the top 3 in the country for 8 consecutive years.
The per capita GDP continued to increase, from 44 yuan in 1949 to 41,244 yuan in 2018.
Fiscal strength continued to improve and supply increased.
In 1952, the province’s total fiscal revenue was only 120 million yuan, and in 2018 it reached 297.566 billion yuan, nearly 300 billion yuan.
The economic structure has been continuously optimized, and the transformation of new and old kinetic energy reflects the strength of Guizhou.
The rural industrial revolution made a historic breakthrough.
The province’s total grain output increased from 2.9655 million tons in 1949 to 10.597 million tons in 2018.
The added value of agriculture increased from 517 million yuan in 1949 to 227.674 billion yuan in 2018.
In 2018, the province launched a profound industrial revolution to revitalize the rural economy, driving the agricultural added value to increase by 6.8%, the fastest growth rate in the past five years, and driving the average income of 2.04 million farmers to increase by 10,100 yuan.
The quality revolution in the manufacturing industry has been further advanced, and the industrial economy has continued to grow rapidly.
In 2012, the added value of industries above designated size exceeded 200 billion yuan, reaching 437.891 billion yuan in 2018, 287 times that of 1978.
The development of the modern Canadian automotive industry has accelerated.
The added value of the Canadian automotive industry in the province was only 28 million yuan in 1949, and reached 689.137 billion yuan in 2018, nearly 700 billion yuan.
The scientific and technological revolution led by the integrated development of big data is accelerating.
In 2018, the added value of the province’s digital economy increased by 24.6%, ranking first in the country for four consecutive years.
The development support has been continuously consolidated, and the infrastructure has created the speed of Guizhou.
The scale of investment has continued to expand.
In 1950, the province’s total social fixed asset investment was 3.03 million yuan.
In 2015, it reached the trillion yuan mark, and in 2017 it reached 1.55 trillion yuan.
Over the past 70 years, the province’s transportation, water conservancy, energy, information and other infrastructure have achieved leapfrog development.
The province’s urban and rural landscape has undergone historic changes.
Comprehensively deepen reform and opening up, and promote reform and opening up to display the image of Guizhou.
Deepening reform is at the forefront, especially since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the province has implemented more than 1,700 reforms, resulting in more than 2,170 reform results, supply-side structural reform and rural “three changes”, administrative approval, energy, judicial, ecological Civilization system and other reforms are at the forefront of the country.
The province accelerates the promotion of the national inland open economic pilot zone, actively integrates into national strategies such as the “Belt and Road” initiative, the development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, and actively participates in the new western land-sea corridor. constantly improving.
The more the ecological bottom line is kept, the stronger it is, and the ecological civilization of Canada shows the background of Guizhou.
In the past five years, the area of rocky desertification has been reduced by more than 8.3 million mu, and the forest coverage rate reached 57% in 2018.
The number of world natural heritage ranks first in the country.
In 2018, the green economy accounted for more than 40%.
In recent years, more than 100 ecological civilization system reforms have been implemented, and the public satisfaction with ecological civilization ranks second in the country.
Ecological priority and green development are becoming the main theme of colorful Guizhou.
The development of social undertakings has been accelerated, and the “three senses of people’s livelihood” have been enhanced to reflect the temperature of Guizhou.
In 2018, the per capita disposable income of urban residents in the province was 31,592 yuan, 336 times that of 1949; the per capita disposable income of rural residents was 9,716 yuan, 201 times that of 1949.
The province’s education has been greatly improved.
The level of medical and health care in Canada has been greatly improved.
The level of social security has been greatly improved.
It is understood that this press conference is the first of a series of press conferences held by Guizhou Province to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
The theme of this press conference is “Digital Guizhou: 70 Years of Economic Growth Shaking Up”.
Since then, our province will also launch a number of press conferences with different themes. (Reporter Wang Shuyi intern Luo Yun)