Beijing's GDP exceeded 4 trillion yuan last year and industrial production played a leading role

  Beijing will achieve a GDP of 4,026.96 billion yuan in 2021; during the Spring Festival and Winter Olympics, it will have the foundation to keep prices running smoothly

  On January 19, Beijing held a press conference on the city's economic operation in 2021.

In 2021, Beijing's annual GDP will be 4,026.96 billion yuan, an increase of 8.5% over the previous year at constant prices, and an average two-year increase of 4.7% compared with 2019.

  In terms of different industries, the added value of the primary industry was 11.13 billion yuan, an increase of 2.7% over the previous year; the added value of the secondary industry was 726.86 billion yuan, an increase of 23.2%; the tertiary industry was an increase of 3,288.96 billion yuan, an increase of 5.7%.

  In 2021, Beijing's GDP will increase by 8.5% year-on-year

  Summarizing the economic and social development of Beijing in the past year, Zhu Yannan, a spokesman for the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistics, said that Beijing's economy will recover steadily in 2021, and high-quality development has achieved new results.

  Judging from the data, the city's total economic volume has jumped to a new level of 4 trillion yuan.

After surpassing the trillion yuan mark in 2007, the regional GDP will exceed 2 trillion yuan, 3 trillion yuan and 4 trillion yuan in 2013, 2018 and 2021 respectively, with each step up to a trillion yuan level. It took 6 years, 5 years and 3 years respectively, and the process was gradually accelerated, and the per capita GDP maintained the leading level of all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities in the country.

  From the contribution of various fields, industrial production has played a leading role.

Since April last year, the city's industrial added value above designated size has maintained a double-digit average growth rate for two years, with an average growth rate of 15.8% in the two years.

  Among them, the performance of the pharmaceutical industry deserves attention.

Driven by vaccine production, the added value of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry increased by 2.5 times over the same period of the previous year.

Manufacturing of computers, communications and other electronic equipment also grew by 19.6%.

  The service industry was generally stable, with the added value increasing by 3.2% on average in the two years. The information service industry, financial industry, wholesale and retail industry contributed a total of 68.4% to the growth of the tertiary industry; the transportation industry and business service industry recovered to their pre-epidemic levels. About 90%, the accommodation and catering industry has recovered to more than 80%.

  At the same time, demand continues to pick up.

The annual fixed asset investment (excluding farmers) increased by an average of 3.5% in the two years. Among them, the investment in the manufacturing industry, driven by the pharmaceutical and electronic industries, grew rapidly, with an annual increase of 68.3%; market consumption continued to recover, cultural office supplies, communication equipment, new The retail sales of upgraded commodities such as energy vehicles achieved double-digit growth; exports were active. Driven by epidemic prevention and electronic product exports, the export delivery value of industrial enterprises above designated size was 279.31 billion yuan, an average increase of 46.5% in the two years.

  CPI rises moderately and can keep running smoothly this year

  In 2021, the city's consumer price (CPI) and industrial producer price (PPI) will both increase by 1.1% over the previous year.

According to the different circumstances of the two data, Bian Jing, deputy head of the Beijing Survey Team of the National Bureau of Statistics, believes that consumer prices are rising moderately, while industrial producer prices continue to rise.

  Bian Jing introduced that from 2017 to 2020, the increase of Beijing's CPI was between 1.7% and 2.5%, which was higher than the 1.1% increase in 2021.

Structurally, the prices of food, tobacco, alcohol, education, culture and entertainment have risen, but the rise has declined.

  He believes that the CPI can maintain stable operation, mainly supported by two factors.

First, the government's policy of ensuring supply and stabilizing prices has been effective, and the prices of daily necessities have remained stable.

Food prices fell by 1% throughout the year. Among them, pork prices fell by 31.1% due to favorable factors such as the recovery of live pig production capacity.

Second, the service industry, which was more affected by the epidemic, gradually recovered, and prices rose moderately.

  Regarding the price trend in Beijing this year, Bian Jing said that with the overall improvement of the supply-side production situation, the supply and demand of consumer goods and services are basically balanced.

At the same time, in order to ensure the market stability during the Spring Festival and Winter Olympics, the government has also stepped up its dispatching efforts, which has the foundation to maintain the stable operation of prices.

  ■ Interpretation

  How's the economy going?

  Development indicators will continue to improve

  Zhu Yannan said that from the perspective of Beijing, there are still many challenges in 2022, the epidemic is still the biggest uncertainty, the domestic demand momentum is still weak, and the pressure on price increases has increased. Enterprises, especially small and micro enterprises, still have problems in production and operation. more difficult.

There are also some shortcomings in the field of people's livelihood development.

  At the same time, the deployment of the Central Economic Work Conference also sent a positive signal to the market, which is conducive to boosting market confidence.

Last year, the national GDP increased by 8.1% year-on-year, which is also the fastest among major economies in the world.

  Zhu Yannan said that Beijing's economic recovery has not changed, the factors that keep the economy operating within a reasonable range have not changed, and the conditions that support high-quality development cannot be changed.

Based on these factors, we judge that Beijing's economy will remain stable and its development indicators will continue to improve.

  Beijing News reporter Jiang Huizi