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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 are as at end of the year.
?Statistics on the registered medical personnel are maintained by the Medical Council for western medicine practitioners, Chinese Medical
Council for Chinese medicine practitioners, Dental Council for dentists, Pharmacy and Poisons Board for pharmacists, and Nursing Council
for nurses.Annual renewal of practising certificate is required for western medicine practitioners, dentists and pharmacists, Chinese medicine
practitioners are required to renew the practising certificates each three years. Figures for western medicine practitioners/dentists refer to
the western medicine practitioners/dentists with full registration on both the local and overseas lists. Figures for nurses refer to both registered
nurses and enrolled nurses.
?Figures are available since 2002. They do not include listed Chinese medicine practitioners who can practise lawfully in Hong Kong under
the transitional arrangements for registration of Chinese medicine practitioners until a date to be announced by the Secretary for Health,
Food and Welfare in the Gazette. Listed Chinese medicine practitioners may apply for registration under the requirements of transitional
^ Provisional figure.
*In accordance with Section 15(3) of the Dentists Registered Ordinance, Cap. 156 Laws of Hong Kong, 154 names of registered dentists were
removed from the register in 2003. Offsetting by 95 new dentists registered in 2003, there was a net decrease of 59 dentists in that year.
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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