Fiscal 2001 Annual Report on Japan's Economy and Public Finance Figures and Tables

1.Characteristics of latest recovery and deterioration of the economy
2.Contribution of IT to phases of economic cycle
3.Stock adjustment of capital investment (Manufacturing)
4.Reasons why households reduced consumption
5.Steady consumption by the aged
6.Changes of structural unemployment rates
7.Import increase that causes price decline
8.Corporate Debts (nominal and real)
9.Changes in interest rates on loans
10.Changes of non-performing loans
11.Changes of bank profitability
12.Credit costs : planed and actual
13.Classification of bankrupt companies before their bankruptcy (year ended in March 2001)
14.Retail sales
15.Changes of corporate debts
16.Banks' lending attitude as seen from corporations
17.Bank lending and rate of return of borrowers
18.Bankruptcy of financial institutions and business/consumer confidence
19.Factors behind productivity decline in the 1990s
20.Future potential rate of growth
21.Changes of potential growth rate
22.Changes of fiscal deficits
23.Fiscal deficits and outstanding government debts of various countries
24.Structural fiscal balance and cyclical structural balance
25.Primary balance of national and local governments
26.Prefecture-by-prefecture benefit and cost (per capita)
27.Growth rate of benefit and cost (On prefecture basis)
28.Characteristics of establishment of social overhead capital stock in the 1990s
29.Changes of "benefits and contributions in one year"
30.Expansion of medical expenses for the aged
31.Lifetime benefits and contribution
32.Effective debt obligations of local governments (Municipal bonds, etc.)
33.Surplus or deficit of special accounts for local tax allocation, etc. Expanding borrowings outstanding
34.National financial subsidies as seen from the time of establishment and the national share of contribution
35.Proportion of local taxes in total revenues
36.Residents in the municipalities not receiving local tax allocation will increase