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Domestic Trade In Tibet

Domestic trade in Tibet In 2005, retail sales of consumer goods reached 7.311 billion Yuan, an increase of 15.7 percent over the previous year. This broke down into 3.301 billion Yuan of sales in urban areas, an increase of 17.8 percent and 4.009 billion Yuan of sales in counties and places below the county level, an increase of 14.0 percent.

Of the total, 5.92 billion Yuan came from wholesale and retail trade, an increase of 15.9 percent; 1.238 billion Yuan came from restaurants and catering businesses, an increase of 12.5 percent; and 153 million Yuan was from other businesses, an increase of 40.4 percent.

Retail sales of food, beverages, tobacco and wine rose by 15.7 percent; that of garments, hats, shoes and knitwear rose 1.8 times; that of oil and oil products rose by 33.5 percent; that of the automobiles by 33.3 percent; and that of the bullion and jewelry by 31.1 percent.

The total consumption price level of residents rose by 1.5 percent over 2004. That in urban areas rose by 1.5 percent; that of the rural area up 0.9 percent; that of services was up 2.0 percent; and that of consumer goods rose by 1.4 percent. Among the different kinds of consumer goods, household needs and tobacco and wine rose 6.7 percent and 2.2 percent respectively, other saw only small increases or remained static. The retail price of the consumer goods rose by 0.8 percent and the price of agricultural means of production was up 0.6 percent.

With the foundation of the socialist market economy system, the scale of the circulatory industry in Tibet was constantly extended, beginning to show effect on the aspects of connecting supply and demand, promoting production, directing consumption and creating jobs. The various kinds of markets could meet the producing and living demands of urban and rural residents, especially the comprehensive markets uniting trading, collection and distribution, information and service functions, which gradually became the important channel of promoting supply and demand and connecting urban and rural areas. According to incomplete statistics, there are 129 different kinds of markets in Tibet with an annual trade volume totaling 2.4 billion Yuan; 98 consumer markets with an annual trade volume reaching 1.9 billion Yuan; 31 markets of means of production with an annual trade volume up to 500 million Yuan. Of different kinds of markets, those with an annual volume of trade above 100 million Yuan numbered six, with eight achieving an annual trade volume above 50 million. On the aspect of market supervision, the supply of daily necessities was abundant, which basically realized the conversion from a selling market to a buying market.

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