Chinese cities: average household incomes and healthcare spending 2006

This table shows the disposable income of households in selected Chinese cities, and the percentage spent on food and healthcare. In Shanghai, 5.2 percent of an average disposable household income was spent on healthcare.

Average household incomes in selected Chinese cities and percentage spent on food and healthcare in 2006

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Release date

August 2010



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Supplementary notes

* Data from:
Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistics, 2007
Beijing Statistical Yearbook
Beijing China Statistics Press, June 2007
Beijing China Statistics Press, July 2007
Shanghai Municipal Statistics Bureau, 2007
Shanghai Statistical Yearbook
Shanghai NBS Survey Office, July 2007
Chengdu Statistic Bureau, 2006
Chengdu Statistical Yearbook, 2006.

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