Chinese Information Office in 2008 will be 20th Oct(monday) 10:00, held a press conference, spokesman of National Bureau of Statistics, National Economic Secretary General Statis`tics Li Chao, introduced in the first three quarters of this year to run the national economy, and To answer a reporter's question.
Dow Jones Newswires correspondent: What's in the third quarter GDP growth is the number?
Li Chao: in the third quarter year-on-year GDP growth of 9%. National Bureau of Statistics: preliminary accounting of the first three quarters of gross domestic product 20,163,100,000,000 CNY, calculated according to constant prices, up 9.9 percent over the same period last year dropped 2.3 percentage points. The added value of production in the first 2,180,000,000,000 CNY, an increase of 4.5 percent, 0.2 percentage points to speed up; value-added production in the second 10,111,700,000,000 CNY, an increase of 10.5 percent, down 3.0 percentage points; tertiary industry added value 7,871,400,000,000 CNY, an increase of 10.3% , Down 2.4 percentage points
China Network hearing on October 20 the National Bureau of Statistics spokesman Li Chao said that on the 20th, the first three quarters of the consumer price index rose 7.0 percent (in September rose 4.6 percent, 0.3 percentage point drop the previous month), or 2.9 higher than the same period last year Percentage points, but down 0.9 percentage points in the first half. Among them, the city rose 6.7 percent in rural areas rose 7.7 percent. Although classified, food prices rose 17.3 percent, housing prices rose 7.0 percent and the remaining types of commodity price inflation has had its ups and downs. In the first three quarters, retail prices rose 6.9 percent year-on-year (in September was up 5.3 percent), or higher than the same period last year 3.7 percentage points; factory prices of industrial products rose 8.3 percent year-on-year (in September rose 9.1 percent, or 1.0 drop the previous month Percentage points), or higher than the same period last year 5.6 percent; raw materials, fuel and power purchase prices rose 12.4 percent (in September rose 14.0 percent), or higher than the same period last year 8.6 percent; 70 large and medium-sized cities in housing sales Prices rose 8.5 percent year-on-year (in September was up 3.5 percent), or higher than the same period last year 1.8 percentage points