Factors in Generating Increased Aggregate Demand
|1 1937-45: data compiled by the Statistical Department of Ministry of|
Finance and Directorate-General of Budgets, Accounts and Statistics; 1946-47:
W. Y. Chang, Money and Finance in China, p. 243; 1948: records of payments
and receipts made by the Central Bank of China.
|2 1937-44: statistics compiled by the Statistical Department of the Ministry|
of Finance and the Directorate-General of Budgets, Accounts and Statistics,
published in Part III of the Public Finance Yearbook, pp. 129-150; 1945-47:
W. Y. Chang, Money and Finance in China, pp. 140-144 and 244; 1948:
records of the Central Bank of China.
|3Based on the data from the Abstract of Facts on Finance and Money,|
compiled by the Ministry of Finance. Monetary value was calculated from
the Central Bank of China's index of food prices in Shanghai.
|4Based on Central Bank of China records for 1948, Jan.-July.|