Units: 100 million yuan
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) refers to the final products at market prices produced by all resident units in a country during a certain period of time. Gross domestic product is expressed in three different perspectives, namely value, income, and products respectively. GDP in its value perspective refers to the balance of total value of all goods and services produced by all resident units during a certain period of time, minus the total value of input of goods and services of the nature of non-fixed assets; in other words, it is the sum of the value-added of all resident units. GDP from the perspective of income includes the primary income created by all resident units and distributed to resident and non-resident units. GDP from the perspective of products refers to the value of all goods and services for final demand by all resident units plus the net exports of goods and services during a given period of time. In the practice of national accounting, gross domestic product is calculated from three approaches, namely production approach, income approach and expenditure approach, which reflect gross domestic product and its composition from different angles. GDP quarterly and value-added by industry are preliminary accounting data in 2013.||The classification by the three strata of industry is based on the ?Regulation on the Classification by Three Strata of Industry? made by the National Bureau of Statistics in 2012. The primary industry refers to agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery industries (except support services to agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery industries). The secondary industry refers to mining (except auxiliary activities of mining), manufacturing (except repairs for metal products, machinery and equipment), production and supply of electricity, steam, gas and water, and construction. The tertiary industry refers to all other industries not included in primary or secondary industry.||The industrial classification is based on the ?National Industrial Classification of Economic Activities ?(GB/T 4754?2011).||The historical quarterly data are revised on the basis of the Third National Economic Census.