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1. Administrative Areas and
2. General Survey
3. National Accounts
5. Employment and Wages
6. Investment in Fixed Assets
8. Government Finance
9. Price Indices
10. People Livelihood
11. General Survey of Cities
12. Environment Protection
16. Transport, Post and
17. Domestic Trade
18. Foreign Trade and Economic
20. Financial Intermediation
21. Education , Science and
22. Culture, Sports and Public
23. Other Social Activities
24. Main Social and Economic
Indicators of Hong Kong
Special Administrative Region
25. Main Social and Economic
Indicators of Macao Special
Main Social and Economic
Indicators of Taiwan Province
Comparison of Indicators
of China and Other Countries
Notes: Figures cover both full-time and part-time students attending long programmes lasting for at least one academic year, except for “institutes
offering adult education/tutorial/vocational courses” where long and short programmes are included.
Enrolment for school education refers to the number of pupils enrolled in the school register as at the beginning of a school year(usually in
September). For vocational and post-secondary education, beginning and ending months of academic year vary among and training institutions.
?Figures refer to students of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education, Training and Development Centres, and Continuing
Professional Development Centre. Students attending full-time self-financing post-secondary programmes run by the Vocational Training
Council School of Business and Information Systems are also included since the school started to admit students in September 2001.
?Figures do not include students attending programmes of the Project Yi Jin.
?Craft level courses are post-secondary 3 courses.
?Figures also include operative level courses of Training and Development Centres.
?Higher technician and technician level courses are post-secondary 5 courses but higher technician level courses are more advanced courses.
?Higher technician/technician level courses are post-secondary 5 courses with common first year curricula.
?Figures before 2001 refer to all students of UGC-funded programmes, except for research postgraduate (RPg) programmes of which only
students counted within the formal time limit and within the UGC student number target are included. Figures from 2001 onwards also
include students attending full-time accredited self-financing post-secondary programmes. Figures from 2003 onwards also include RPg
students counted within the formal time limit and outside the UGC student number target but wholly funded by UGC.
?Starting from 2001, figures also include students attending full-time accredited self-financing post-secondary programmes.
?Figures before 2003 refer to RPg students counted within the formal time limit and within the UGC student number target. Figures from 2003
onwards include also RPg students counted within the formal time limit and outside the UGC student number target but wholly funded by
?Figures include students in certificate, advanced certificate, professional certificate, diploma, advanced diploma and professional diploma
(11)Figures for Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education are also included.
(12)Figures refer to students of basic craft courses. (13)Figures refer to students of construction supervisor/technician trainee training courses.
(14)Figures refer to nurse training programmes and are available only since 2002.
(15)Project Yi Jin was launched in October 2000. ^ Provisional figure.
These tables are based on figures supplied by the National Bureau Of Statistics of the The Peoples Republic Of China and are subject to revision by the National Bureau of Statistics of China.
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