List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP

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Map of China's province-level divisions by GDP (in billions of currency units), according to 2014 National Bureau of Statistics figures

The article lists China's province-level divisions by gross domestic product (GDP). Each province's GDP is listed in both the national currency renminbi (CN¥), and at nominal US dollar values according to annual average exchange rates and according to purchasing power parity (PPP). Historical figures and rankings, including purchasing power parity (PPP) figures, are also given for main years since 1978. Figures for Hong Kong and Macau, which are special administrative regions of the PRC but do not use the same currency, are listed after the main list for comparative purposes.[1][2]

All the CN¥ figures are from the National Bureau of Statistics of China.[3] Annual PPP rates are taken from the International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook databases.[3]

Notes[edit]

This is a list of the first-level administrative divisions of Mainland China (including all provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities) in order of their total gross domestic product. Currency figures are given in millions. 1 USD nominally converts to 6.23 CNY according to the average 2013 exchange rate, and to 3.7603 by purchasing power parity (though prices vary from region to region within China). The Hong Kong and Macau GDP figures are given in US dollars based on purchasing power parity. Currency data is based on IMF WEO figures.[4]

For the 2013 figures, nominal GDP comparisons are given between each province and sovereign countries with similar GDPs. Equivalent countries are listed for both the current and previous year.

2014[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2014 GDP[5]
average rate: CN¥ 6.1428 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.6554 per intl. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data Oct.2014)[4]
(in millons of GDP; ppp: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(intl.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 63,646,270 10,361,117 17,411,575 7.4 100
Guangdong 1 6,779,224 1,103,605 1,854,578 7.8 10.65
Jiangsu 2 6,508,832 1,059,587 1,780,607 8.7 10.23
Shandong 3 5,942,659 967,419 1,625,721 8.7 9.34
Zhejiang 4 4,015,350 653,668 1,098,471 7.6 6.31
Henan 5 3,493,938 568,786 955,829 8.9 5.49
Hebei 6 2,942,115 478,953 804,868 6.5 4.62
Liaoning 7 2,862,658 466,018 783,131 5.8 4.50
Sichuan 8 2,853,666 464,555 780,671 8.5 4.48
Hubei 9 2,736,704 445,514 748,674 9.7 4.30
Hunan 10 2,704,846 440,328 739,959 9.5 4.25
Fujian 11 2,405,576 391,609 658,088 9.9 3.78
Shanghai 12 2,356,094 383,554 644,552 7.0 3.70
Beijing 13 2,133,083 347,249 583,543 7.3 3.35
Anhui 14 2,084,875 339,401 570,355 9.2 3.28
Inner Mongolia 15 1,776,951 289,274 486,117 7.8 2.79
Shaanxi 16 1,768,994 287,978 483,940 9.7 2.78
Tianjin 17 1,572,247 255,950 430,116 10.0 2.47
Jiangxi 18 1,570,859 255,724 429,737 9.7 2.47
Guangxi 19 1,567,297 255,144 428,762 8.5 2.46
Heilongjiang 20 1,503,938 244,829 411,429 5.6 2.36
Chongqing 21 1,426,540 232,230 390,256 10.9 2.24
Jilin 22 1,380,381 224,715 377,628 6.5 2.17
Yunnan 23 1,281,459 208,612 350,566 8.1 2.01
Shanxi 24 1,275,944 207,714 349,057 4.9 2.00
Xinjiang 25 926,410 150,812 253,436 10.0 1.46
Guizhou 26 925,101 150,599 253,078 10.8 1.45
Gansu 27 683,527 111,273 186,991 8.9 1.07
Hainan 28 350,072 56,989 95,768 8.5 0.55
Ningxia 29 275,210 44,802 75,289 8.0 0.43
Qinghai 30 230,112 37,460 62,951 9.2 0.36
Tibet 31 92,083 14,990 25,191 10.8 0.14

Historical Data[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

Historical GDP data in main years[edit]

The tables below list China's provinces and territories by their estimated GDP in main fiscal years since 1978. Their respective ranks and shares of China's total GDP are also shown.[6]

Appendix[edit]

GDP figures for Hong Kong and Macau are given in both US dollars and in their respective local currencies (Hong Kong dollars and Macanese patacas). PPP figures are given in intl. dollars.

GDP figures for Hong Kong and Macau from 2000–2012 (in millions)
Region Hong Kong[1] Macau[2]
Year HKD Nominal PPP MOP Nominal PPP
2012 348,216 43,582 48,866
2011 1,893,861 242,923 351,119 295,046 36,797 43,418
2010 1,741,658 224,180 327,498 226,941 28,360 34,900
2009 1,622,322 209,278 302,094 170,171 21,313 27,012
2008 1,677,011 215,360 307,555 166,265 20,731 26,325
2005 1,382,590 177,779 243,081 94,471 11,793 17,928
2000 1,317,650 169,125 176,111 48,972 6,102 9,152

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b GDP figures in HK$ are from the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department; figures in US$ are from the 2012 IMF World Economic Outlook database.
  2. ^ a b GDP figures in MOP$ are from the latest revision of Macau's historical Gross Domestic Product (in Chinese) and (in English) from the Macau Statistics and Census Service (澳门特别行政区政府统计暨普查局). See also the GDP (current LCU) figures from the World Bank.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Figures of GDP 1992-2013 are according to National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; GDP 2014 are preliminary data (CHINA NBS)
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k average rate for CNY TO USD: CNY 6.1428 per USD in 2014 (Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development); average rates of 1978-2013 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Intl. dollar) are according to IMF WEO (World Economic Outlook Database October 2014)
  5. ^ All GDP2014 figures by province are Preliminary Estimations from National Data - Regional - Quarterly by Province (China NBS)
  6. ^ a b Figures of GDP 1978-2010 are revision according to China Economic Census 2008; GDP by provinces: National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; CHINA GDP data are from the official publications Statistical Yearbook (China Statistical Yearbook 2010 - 2014)
  7. ^ a b average rate (for CNY TO USD) of 1978-2010 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Intl. dollar) are according to IMF - WEO (World Economic Outlook Database September 2011)