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CHINESE MATERIALS

(1) STATISTICAL YEARBOOKS, SUMMARIES, AND SPECIAL VOLUMES

Agricultural Statistics on Fifty Years of New China (ASFYNC) ФФФДФФЖ

ЖЖШФЖ#4. ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

Almanac of China’s Foreign Economic Relations and Trade (ACFERT) ФДФФй^Ф

мшжж. ЖЖ: фджшжшж.

China CityStatisticalYearbook (CCSY) ФД ШЖШИЖШ.ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ. China Economic Census Yearbook (CECY) ФДй^ФйФЖЖ. ЖЖ:

фдшфжшж.

China External Economic Statistical Yearbook (CEESY) ФДФФй^Ф^ШФЖЖ.

ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Foreign Economic Statistics, 1979-1991 (CFES). 1979-1991 ФДФЖЖЙФ

ШФЖЖ. ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Industry Economy Statistical Yearbook (CIESY) ФДЖЖй^Ф^ШФЖЖ.

ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Labor and Wage Statistics, 1949-1985 (CLWS a) ФДФФЖЖ^ФЖЖ

(1949-1985). ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Labor and Wage Statistics, 1978-1987 (CLWS b) ФДФФЖЖ^ФЖЖ

(1978-1987). ЖЖ: ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Real Estate Statistics Yearbook (CRESY) ФДЖФ-ШШФЖЖ. ЖЖ:

ФДШФЖШЖ.

China Second National Census of Basic Units (CSNCBU) ФД^—ФХЖ

ййййжжжш. ЖЖ: фДшфжшж.

China State-Owned Assets Yearbook (CSOAY) ФДДФЖЖЙЖ. ЖЖ:

ЖФЖШЖ.

China’s State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Yearbook (CSOASAY)

ЖННЖШАА§ЖЯЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖЖ.

China Statistical Abstract (CSA) ЖНШЖЛА. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

China Statistical Yearbook (CSY) ЖНШЖЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

China Taxation Yearbook (CTY) ЖНШАЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШАЖШЖ.

China Township Enterprise Yearbook (CTEY) ЖН ? ШАЖЖШ. ЖЖ:

ЖНАЖЖШЖ.

China Township Enterprise and Agricultural Product Processing Yearbook (CTEAPPY)

ЖН? ШААААГпЖЖХЖШ.ЖЖ: ЖНАЖЖШЖ.

Comprehensive Statistical Data and Materials on Fifty Years of New China

(csdmfync) !ЖЖНААЖШЖШ#ХШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Comprehensive Statistical Data and Materials on Sixty Years of New China

( csdmsync) 1ЖЖНХАЖШЖШ#ХШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Education Statistics Yearbook of China (ESYC) ЖН^Ж^*ЖЖШ. ЖЖ:

Ай^ЖЖШЖ.

Fifty Years of Jiangsu (FYJS) ЖАЖАЖ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Fifty Years of Taxation in China, 1949-1999 (FYTC) ЖНЙ.ЖААЖ (1949-1999

Ж). ЖЖ: ЖНШАЖШЖ.

Fiscal Statistics of Prefectures, Cities, and Counties (FSPCC) АНЖЖЖ!®^*Ж

m ЖЖ: жнмшж^ж.

Fiscal Statistics on Fifty Years of China (FSFYC) ЖН0МААЖ. ЖЖ: ЖН!Й

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Finance Yearbook ofChina (FYC) ЖН!ЙЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖН0МААЖ. Guangdong Statistical Yearbook (GDSY) ЖЖ^ЖЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖН^*ЖЖ®Ж. Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook (JSSY) ЖА^ЖЖЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖН^ЖЖ№Ж.

Jiangsu Rural Statistical Yearbook (JSRSY) ЖЖАЖА*ЖЖШ. ЖЖ: ЖН^*

ЖЖШ±

Labor Statistical Yearbook of China (LSYC) ЖНЖЖ^ЖЖШ. ЖЖ:

ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Major Figures on 2000 Population Census ofChina (MF2000PCC) 2000 ЖЖЖЖЖ

НАиЖАЖАШЖ ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

1982 Population Census of China (1982PCC) ЖН 1982 ЖА? ЖЖЖЖ. ЖЖ:

ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Population Statistics ofthe PRC, 1949-1985 (PSPRC). ЖЖАЙЖ ЖНА? ^Ж^

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Sixty Years of Zhejiang in Statistics (SYZJS) ЖЖжАЖ^*Ж^ЖАХШ. ЖЖ:

ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Statistical Summary of Industrial Census, 1985 (SSIC 1985) ЖААЙАЖН

1985ЖАЖЖЖШЖ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Statistical Summary of Industrial Census, 1995 (SSIC 1995) ЖААЙАЖН 1995

ЖтАААНАЖЖЖШЖАШ. ЖЖ: ЖНШЖЖШЖ.

Statistical Yearbook of China’s Land Resources (SYCLR) АННЁЖМ? ^ЁЁЖ.

ЁЖ: ±ШЖШ±.

Statistics ofChinas Township Enterprises, 1978-2002 (SCTE). AHA!ШЁЁ^*iЁЖf4 (1978-2002). ЁЖч: АНАЁЖ®±.

Statistics of Forty Years of China’s Industry and Commerce Administration (SFYCICA).

АНХЁШЁЯИАЁ.ЁЖ: анш+жш±.

Statistics of Industry and Commerce Administration (SICA) ХЁАЙЁЯ? ^ЁМШ

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Statistics on FDIin China (SFDIC) АНАЖ? ^Ё. ЁЖ: 'ЙАЁ (http://www.fdi. g0v.cn/1800000121_33_5481_0_7.html).

Tabulation on the 1990 Population Census of the PRC (T1990PC) АН

1990 ЁА? АМЖ#4. ЁЖ: АНШ+ЖШ±.

Tabulation on the 2010 Population Census of the PRC (T2010PC) AH

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Wenzhou Statistical Yearbook (WZSY) '&.ШШЁШ. ЁЖ: АНШ+ЖШ±. Yearbook of Industry and Commerce Administration of China (YICAC)

АНХШЙМт ЁЖ: АНХЁЖШ±.

Yearbook of Jiangsu’s Township Enterprises (YJSTE) ХААШЁЁЁЖ. ЙЖ:

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Zhejiang Socioeconomic Statistical Yearbook (ZJSY) ЁХЁАЁ^^ЁЁЖ. ЁЖ:

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Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook (ZJSY) ЁХ^АЁЁЖ. ЁЖ: АН^ЁЖ®±.

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