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Table 2. Manufacturing employment excluding surplus laid-off manufacturing workers in China, yearend 1995-2002

[In millions]

Manufacturing urban staff and workers

1

Manufacturing employment in urban

1

units

Derived urban manufacturing

1

employment

Rural manufacturing employment

Surplus laid-off manufacturing workers

Total manufacturing employment

1

Year

52.26 49.70 --

52.80 50.21 --

56.19 54.21 --

39.71 40.19 --

2.13 3.23 --

95.90 94.40 --

1995..................... 1996..................... 1997.....................

37.69 34.96 32.40 30.10 29.07

38.26 35.54 33.01 30.70 29.81

43.90 41.56 39.34 37.87 38.02

39.29 39.53 41.09 42.96 45.06

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

83.19 81.09 80.43 80.83 83.07

2

1998 .................... 1999..................... 2000..................... 2001..................... 2002.....................

70

1

Excludes surplus laid-off manufacturing workers. Data for 1995-96 are calculated from the reported figures, shown in table 1, minus the number of surplus laid-off manufacturing workers. Data for 1998-2002 are the reported figures.

Break in series.

2

3

Data are not shown because surplus laid-off manufacturing workers are not included in total manufacturing employment after 1997. Only 1995 and 1996 data are used to calculate estimates presented in this table.

NOTE: Dash indicates data not available.

SOURCES: Table 1; China National Bureau of Statistics and China Ministry of Labor, compilers, China Labor Statistical Yearbook 1996 (Beijing, China Statistics Press, 1996), p. 409; and China Labor Statistical Yearbook 1997 (Beijing, China Statistics Press, 1997), p. 405.

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