182.119 billion yuan.
GDP growth rate: 9.2 percent.
Average GDP per capita: 6,842 yuan.
GDP ratio of 1st, 2nd and tertiary industries:
The output value of the first industry is 39.873 billion yuan, accounting for 21.9 percent of the GDP; the second industry, 80.028 billion yuan, 43.9 percent of the total; and the tertiary industry, 62.218 billion yuan, or 34.1 percent of the GDP.
Revenues: 18.402 billion yuan.
Industrial output value and the growth rate:
The output value is 156.86 billion yuan and the growth rate is 22 percent.
Agricultural output value:
Suffering from the most serious drought, the province achieved a total agricultural output value of 59.77 billion in 2000, dropping 7.5 percent as compared with the previous year. The total output of grain was 163.8 billion kg, 28.9 percent down as compared with that of the previous year. However, the beneficial agriculture produced remarkable results. In the province, the area granted for corn-growing was 466,700 hectares, 66,800 hectares more than that of the preceding year, or 16.7 percent up; the growing area of quality wheat was 69,300 hectares, 24,700 hectares, or 55.2 percent, more than in the previous year; the growing area of quality soybeans was154,800 hectares, 76,300 hectares, or 97.1 percent, more than that of the previous year; the growing area of quality rice was 225,100 hectares, increasing 91,900 hectares, or a growth of 68.9 percent.
The development of animal husbandry and aquatic production was rapid. In the year, the animal husbandry achieved an output value of 28.65 billion yuan, an increase of 9.4 percent compared with the preceding year.
The forestry industry developed steadily. In the year, the industry achieved a total output value of 1.1 billion yuan, a growth of 7.5 percent as compared with the preceding year.
The ecological environment of agriculture has been well protected, and, in particular, the situation in the western part has greatly improved. The construction of seven state-level ecological counties has been intensified, and a total of 900 square kilometers of erosion area have been administered. Anti-desertification projects have been carried out in areas totaling 950 square kilometers and 95 square kilometers of damaged grasslands have been reconstructed.
Industrial output value:
In 2000, the large-scale industrial enterprises made an added value of 49.89 billion yuan, an increase of 13.8 percent as compared with that of the preceding year. Of the added value, heavy industry made 39.05 billion yuan, a growth of 14.7 percent over the previous year; light industry made 10.84 billion yuan, an increase of 11.8 percent.
The value of sales reached 156.86 billion yuan, an increase of 22 percent over the previous year. The ratio of sales of industrial products was 98.1 percent, at the same level of the previous year. The general index of economic result of enterprises reached 107.6 percent, 25.1 percent higher than that of the preceding year. The net profit of large-scale enterprises was 8.555 billion yuan, 2.6 times of that of the previous year, hitting a historical record.
The output value of new products of the year was 21.081 billion yuan, accounting for 12.5 percent of the province?ˉs total industrial output value. The output value of the auto and petrochemical industries, two traditional pillar industries of the province, made up 55.2 percent of the province?ˉs total output value created by large-scale enterprises, 3.5 percent higher than that of the preceding year. The new and high technological industries, such as electronics, pharmaceutical and foodstuff, have developed to become the most vigorous industries, producing an output value of 24.64 billion yuan, accounting for 14.7 percent of the province?ˉs total output value of the large-scale enterprises; the total asset of these new industries reached 43.63 billion yuan, accounting for 13.7 percent of the province?ˉs total industrial asset.
A policy for the overall opening up of the province?ˉs economy is being carried out in the province. Its import and export have made a rapid growth on the basis of the recovery of the preceding year. According to the customs, the total value of import and export in the year was US$2.554 billion, 15.2 percent higher than the previous year. Of the total value, export was US$1.242 billion, an increase of 21.8 percent; import, US$1.312 billion, an increase of 9.6 percent over the preceding year.
has been successful in absorbing capital from overseas. Through the commercial invitation activities held in Fujian
, the province signed 338 projects with a total contracted fund of 32 billion yuan, resulting in the steady increase of utilized foreign capital in the year. Direct foreign investment mounted to US$596 million, 32.3 percent more than that of the previous year. In the year, the utilized foreign capital was US$493 million, 17 percent more than the preceding year. Of the contracted money, US$337 million of the direct foreign investment was utilized, a growth of 11.9 percent over the preceding year. The scale and quality of foreign investment both rose. The average investment in each of the year?ˉs 363 newly approved foreign-funded companies was US$1.642 million, US$350,000 higher than the province?ˉs average.
Foreign investment has further promoted the development of the province?ˉs economy. In the year, the total sales income of foreign invested enterprises in Jilin
was 31.71 billion yuan, including 6.14 billion yuan of profit tax, an increase of 29.9 percent and 163.7 percent over the preceding year respectively. The roles of foreign invested enterprises in promoting export, paying profit tax, and providing more jobs are increasingly obvious.
Automobile, petrochemical, food processing, medical and pharmaceutical, and electronics industries are the pillar industries of Jilin
Those heated projects of real estate and properties, and restaurants and entertainment industries launched during the Eighth Five-Year Plan period have declined, their proportions in the provincial GDP having dropped from 16.8 percent and 8.6 percent to 6.2 percent and 4.8 percent respectively. Meanwhile, manufacturing enterprises have made much headway with a proportion climbing from 67.6 percent to 84 percent. A group of foreign-invested enterprises in the pillar industries, such as auto, and petrochemical, have been built up and put into operation one after another. The Deda and Dacheng projects, both makking good use of Jilion?ˉs agricultural resources, have become the leading enterprises to earn foreign exchange and promote the industrialization of agriculture.
1. The province shall levy a preferential 15 percent flat income tax on foreign invested manufacturing enterprises established in the state economic and technological development zones. And it shall levy a preferential 24 percent flat income tax on foreign-funded manufacturing enterprises built the cities where state economic and technological development zones have been established and those in the economic and technological cooperation zones developed in the border areas. Of these enterprises, those technology intensive, or knowledge intensive projects, projects costing an investment of more than 30 million yuan that takes a longer time to recover, and projects involved in the construction of energy, transportation and harbor, shall be levied a preferential 15 percent flat income tax upon approval by the State Taxation Administration.
2. Foreign invested productive enterprises whose effective duration of operation will be 10 years or longer shall be exempt from the income tax starting from the first profit-making year to the second year; and their income tax will be reduced 50 percent from the third year to the fifth year. Foreign-invested enterprises that are ascertained as of advanced technology shall be levied on a 50 percent reduced income tax for another extended three years following the expiration of the term of exemptions and reductions as mentioned above on condition that they remain as a technologically advanced enterprise. Following the expiration of the term for tax exemptions and reductions, those foreign-invested productive enterprises shall be allowed a preferential 15 percent to 30 percent reduced income tax in the following 10 years on approval of their applications by the State Taxation Administration.
3. Any foreign invested export-oriented enterprise, following the expiration of the term of exemptions and reductions of the income tax, and when its export products reached 70 percent or more of the total output value in the year, shall be levied on a 50 percent reduced income tax. Those export-oriented enterprises that have already enjoyed a preferential 15 percent flat income tax shall continue to enjoy a preferential 10 percent flat income tax when they have met the requirements as said above.
4. When foreign investors reinvest their share of profit into the same enterprises to increase their registered capital or set up other foreign investment enterprises within a period of less than five years, they should be refunded 40 percent of the income tax paid on the reinvested amount.
5. Foreign-invested manufacturing or trading enterprises who suffer a yearly loss and cannot afford paying income tax of the tax year are allowed to make up the balance the next year, or in the following years within a period not exceeding five years.
6. Foreign-invested manufacturing enterprises whose duration of operation will be 10 years or longer, shall be exempt from the local income tax for a period of 10 years starting from the first profit-making year. Following the expiration of the term for exemptions, they shall be exempted from the local income tax in the same year on condition that the output value of their export products have reached more than 50 percent of the total output value of the enterprise in that year. Those foreign-invested enterprises, encouraged to be set up by the province, shall be levied on a 50 percent reduced local income tax for a period of five years, if they find it difficult to pay the tax following the expiration of the term of exemptions. Any such enterprise that has been given preferential exemptions and reductions of the income tax by the state should receive the same treatment of the exemptions and reductions in terms of local income tax.
1. When the land is used for a project of city infrastructure construction, which is exclusively funded by a foreign investor, its use-right can be obtained through governmental allocation.
2. When the land is used for such foreign invested projects as encouraged by the government, or those for agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, and fishery projects funded by foreign investors, and when the investors have brought the land-use right, the land-user can transfer, lease or mortgage the land according to law within the effective period of the land-use contract. Those who obtained the land-use right by paying yearly rent shall be exempted from paying the rent for the first five years beginning from the date when they get the right to use the land. Their rent should be reduced 50 percent from the sixth year to the tenth year.