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May 2015 Above-scale Industrial Added Value Grew By 6.1%

According to national statistics Web site released information shows that in May 2015, the above-scale industrial added value compared with an increase of 6.1% (following added value growth rate for real growth, allowing for price factors), than in April to speed up 0.2%. From the chain, in May, the above-scale industrial added value of 0.52% over the last month. 1-in May, above-scale industrial added value grew by 6.2%.

From the perspective of three categories, in May, the mining industry value added grew by 3.9% manufacturing growth 6.7%, electricity, heat, gas and water production and supply industry in 2.2%.

From the perspective of economic type, in May, the added value of State-owned holding enterprises rose 2.2%, collective 1.2%, joint-stock company 7.5%, 3% foreign and Hong Kong and Macao enterprises with investment growth.

From the perspective of industry, in May, 41 large sectors in the 39 industry value added grew. Which, agricultural food processing growth 5.1%, textile growth 8%, chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing growth 8.8%, non-metallic mineral products industry growth 5.1%, ferrous metal smelting and pressure extended processing growth 5.7%, nonferrous metals smelting and pressure extended processing growth 8.5%, General equipment manufacturing growth 2.7%, dedicated equipment manufacturing growth 3.1%, car manufacturing growth 4.4%, railway, and ship, and aviation space and other transport equipment manufacturing growth 5.1%, Electrical machinery and equipment manufacturing industry 6.5%, 9.9% computer, communication and other electronic equipment manufacturing growth, 1.4% growth in the electricity and heat production and supply industry.

Seen from the area, in May, the East value added grew 6.7%, Central 6.5%, Western 7.8%, northeast of 4.6%.

From the perspective of product, May, 269 products rose in the 565 products. Of which, 98.48 million tons of steel, an increase of 2.1% cement 220.44 million tons, a drop of 5.4% ten kinds of nonferrous metals 4.34 million tons, an increase of 11.4%; 1.29 million tons of ethylene, decreased 5.9% 1.984 million vehicles, down 1.6%; 917,000 cars, decrease of 15% processing of 43.92 million tons of crude oil, an increase of 7.4%; when the electricity 456.2 billion-kilowatt, up flat.