Transition to the enjoyment of development and transition of Xining residents’ service consumption

Transition to the enjoyment of development and transition of Xining residents’ service consumption

April 2, 2017 ubkfoqkq 0

Xining National Bureau of investigation team released in July 17th sample survey data show that from 2007 to 2012, Xining residents per capita service consumption expenditure increased from 2126.54 yuan to 2703.86 yuan, an average annual increase of 4.9%. From the perspective of the internal structure, the consumption of urban residents from the survival to the development and enjoyment of consumption transition. Which accounted for the top two food and communication services.

service consumption is an important symbol to reflect the quality of life of residents, including residents in eight food, clothing and housing, household appliances and services, medical care, transport and communications, entertainment and educational services consumption expenditures. In the past 5 years, the service consumption expenditure of Xining residents has increased steadily. According to the National Bureau of investigation team Xining sample survey, in 2012, the per capita food service expenditure of Xining city residents was 795.86 yuan, an increase of 21.6% over 2007, accounting for 29.4%; communication service per capita expenditure 397.60 yuan, an increase of 22.1% over 2007, accounting for service consumption expenditure accounted for 14.7%, ranking second. Among them, the per capita Telecom spending 386.57 yuan, an increase of 21.1%; per capita transport services spending of $73.30, an increase of nearly 10 times compared to 2007. Every 100 households have private cars 6.33, an increase of nearly two times in 2007, per capita living expenses increased from $60.40 in 2007 to $104.50 in 2012, an increase of 73%. Among them, the property management fees reached 64.70 yuan, an increase of more than 2007 of 75.1% of 36.94. Per capita for cultural and recreational services and clothing processing services and other services have a rapid growth in spending. (author: Beijing Ji)
 

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