According to the survey on all ownership types of19500 enterprises conducted by the NBS, the national enterprise boom index in the second quarter was 134.4, down by 1.5 points over the first quarter and up by 17.8 points over the same period of last year. Eliminating the influence by the SARS in the same period of last year, the enterprise business boom index also declined year on year, indicating the effect by macro-control measures on the level of enterprises has surfaced to some degree.
Firstly, the production and operation of the state-owned enterprises and those funded by foreign, Hongkong, Macao and Taiwan investors were steady and the enterprise boom indices were 128.0 and 141.6 points respectively, keeping the same level with the first quarter; the index of the joint-venture enterprises was 116.6 points, up by 9.8 points over the first quarter; the indices of the collective-owned enterprises, share cooperative enterprises, limited liability companies, share limited companies dropped slightly, being 113.3, 117.3, 133.1 and 154.8 respectively with the decline of from one to three points; the boom index of private enterprises descended clearly and was 121.8 points, down by 9.1 points over this first quarter.
Secondly, the boom indices of the manufacturing, transport, storage & postal services, real estate, information transmission, computer services & software enterprises were 132.9,131.2, 133.0 and 152.1 respectively, down by 5.0, 5.7, 2.9 and 5.0 points over the first quarter; the boom level of the wholesale and retail enterprises held equal with this first quarter, being 138.8; the boom levels of the mining industry, production and supply of electrical power, fuel gas & water, construction, social services(including renting & commercial services, environment & public facility management, daily services for residents and other services), boarding and catering services improved higher with the concrete value of 157.3, 136.5, 130.6, 125.0 and 129.3£¬up by 6.5, 2.4¡¢9.5¡¢3.2 and 10.8 points over the first quarter.
Thirdly, the boom level of the large-sized enterprises dropped to 158.5 points, 3.2 points less than that of the first quarter. The boom level of the medium- and small-sized enterprises were steady, being 121.2 and 110.8 points respectively which roughly kept unchanged over the first quarter.
Fourthly, the boom indices of the enterprises in the eastern and central regions dropped to some extent, reaching 139.6 and 130.7 respectively which were 1.3 and 4.0 points lower than that in this first quarter; the boom index of the enterprises in the western region was enhanced to 125.4, up by 2.1 points over the first quarter.
Fifthly, the boom indices of the state key enterprises, the members of state pilot enterprises group, township-level enterprises, listed companies, high-tech enterprises all dropped with the specific value of 164.5, 159.9, 135.8, 165.3 and 141.2, down by 3.7, 2.6, 3.5, 4.9 and 2.2 points over the first quarter respectively.
In addition, the main boom sub-indices on enterprise¡¯s production and operation were all rising to different extents.
1. The boom level of enterprises¡¯ production rose significantly. This index was 128.7, up by 12.0 points over this first quarter. Analyzed by industry, the boom index of industrial production was 129.6, up by 8.9 points over the first quarter, and the using ratio of industrial equipment reached 84.6%, up by 0.3 percentage point over the first quarter. Specifically speaking, the boom indices of the mining and dressing of coal, non-metal products, metal products, communications equipment, computer & other electronic equipment were 151.4, 139.5, 138.8 and 143.6 respectively, up by 28.5, 35.9, 46.9 and 21.0 respectively over the first quarter. With the coming of construction midseason, the production boom level of construction climbed dramatically reaching 151.2 which was up by 72.8 points.
2. The boom level of the sale of enterprises continued to rise with the index topping 125.8 which was 7.0 points higher over the first quarter. Analyzed by industry, the sales boom index of industrial enterprises was 129.2, up by 10.9 points over the first quarter, of which, those of the mining & dressing of iron ore and smelting & pressing of steel and iron were 87.1 and 109.1, down by 95.7 and 21.2 points respectively over the first quarter. The sale boom index of real estate was 113.2, up by 12.5 points over the first quarter.
3. The level of enterprise order increased slightly. The boom index of enterprise order was 122.4, up by 0.6 points over the first quarter. Analyzed by industry, the boom index of order in construction engineering contracts was 129.2, up by 38.3 points over the first quarter; that of order of industrial enterprises was 124.9, dropping to some extent over the first quarter, specifically speaking, the boom indices of order in the petroleum and natural gas extraction, mining and dressing of ferrous metals, mining and dressing of non-ferrous metals, smelting and pressing of ferrous metals, metal products, transport equipment manufacturing were all dropping by over 10 points over the first quarter.
4. The profits level of enterprises continued to rise and the boom index of enterprise profit was 118.1, up by 6.7 points over the first quarter. And the profits level of construction, social services, boarding & catering enterprises improved greatly by 34.0, 20.1 and 29.2 points over the first quarter; the profits levels of the industry and real estate enterprises were enhanced by 4.6 and 2.8 points over the first quarter separately, those of the transport, storage and postal services, wholesale and retail trade, information transmission, computer services & software enterprises fell to some extent with the profits boom index down by 6.9, 4.2 and 2.8 points over the first quarter respectively. .
5. The number of labors employed by enterprises continued to increase. The boom index of the number of labors employed by enterprises was 108.2, up by 3.4 points over the first quarter and continuously running within the booming interval for the four quarters. Specifically speaking, the indices of construction, social services and boarding & catering enterprises were 141.5, 110.2 and 112.0 respectively, up by 48.7, 8.4 and 13.8 points over the first quarter correspondingly; that of real estate was 104.6, up by 3.0 points; those of the industry, transport,storage & postal services, wholesale & retail trade, information transmission, computer services & software industry reached 106.3, 93.6, 95.4 and 107.7 points respectively, down by 1.0, 5.3, 8.5 and 4.9 points over the first quarter correspondingly.