List of PRC administrative divisions by GDP

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Map of China's province-level divisions by GDP (in billions of currency units), according to 2012 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 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.

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 from April 2012.

For the 2012 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.

2013 data[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2013 GDP
(GDP/in millions; Share of total GDP/%) [4]
provinces ank GDP
(CN¥)
GDP
(US$)
GDP
(ppp)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 56,884,521 9,184,997 13,395,396 100
Guangdong 1 6,216,397 1,003,746 1,463,715 10.93
Jiangsu 2 5,916,180 955,270 1,393,026 10.40
Shandong 3 5,468,430 882,973 1,287,598 9.61
Zhejiang 4 3,756,849 606,609 884,589 6.60
Henan 5 3,215,586 519,212 757,143 5.65
Hebei 6 2,830,140 456,975 666,386 4.98
Liaoning 7 2,707,770 437,217 637,572 4.76
Sichuan 8 2,626,080 424,026 618,338 4.62
Hubei 9 2,466,849 398,316 580,845 4.34
Hunan 10 2,450,167 395,622 576,917 4.31
Fujian 11 2,175,964 351,347 512,353 3.83
Shanghai 12 2,160,212 348,804 508,644 3.80
Beijing 13 1,950,060 314,871 459,162 3.43
Anhui 14 1,903,890 307,416 448,291 3.35
Inner mongolia 15 1,683,238 271,788 396,336 2.96
Shaanxi 16 1,604,521 259,078 377,801 2.82
Heilongjiang 17 1,438,290 232,237 338,660 2.53
Guangxi 18 1,437,800 232,158 338,545 2.53
Tianjin 19 1,437,016 232,031 338,360 2.53
Jiangxi 20 1,433,850 231,520 337,615 2.52
Jilin 21 1,298,146 209,608 305,662 2.28
Chongqing 22 1,265,669 204,364 298,015 2.22
Shanxi 23 1,260,220 203,484 296,732 2.22
Yunnan 24 1,172,091 189,255 275,981 2.06
Xinjiang 25 836,020 134,990 196,850 1.47
Guizhou 26 800,679 129,284 188,528 1.41
Gansu 27 626,800 101,208 147,587 1.10
Hainan 28 314,646 50,805 74,087 0.55
Ningxia 29 256,506 41,417 60,397 0.45
Qinghai 30 210,105 33,925 49,471 0.37
Tibet 31 80,767 13,041 19,017 0.14

Nominal GDP comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2013 (in millions of US$)[4]
Region Rank nominal
GDP
Current equivalent economy[5] Former equivalent economy[6]
Economy nominal
GGDP
Economy nominal
GDP
Mainland China 9,240,270  United States 16,800,000  Japan 4,901,530
Guangdong 1 1,003,746  Mexico 1,260,915  Indonesia 868,346
Jiangsu 2 955,270  Mexico 1,260,915  Indonesia 868,346
Shandong 3 882,973  Mexico 1,260,915  Indonesia 868,346
Zhejiang 4 606,609  Argentina 611,755  Sweden 557,938
Henan 5 519,212  Nigeria 552,638  Poland 517,543
Hebei 6 456,975  Belgium 508,116  Venezuela 438,284
Liaoning 7 437,217  Venezuela 438,284  Austria 415,844
Sichuan 8 424,026  Venezuela 438,284  Austria 415,844
Hubei 9 398,316  Austria 415,844  Thailand 387,252
Hunan 10 395,622  Austria 415,844  Thailand 387,252
Fujian 11 351,347  Iran 368,904  South Africa 350,630
Shanghai 12 348,804  South Africa 350,630  Denmark 330,814
Beijing 13 314,871  Denmark 330,814  Malaysia 312,435
Anhui 14 307,416  Malaysia 312,435  Singapore 297,941
Inner mongolia 15 271,788  Egypt 271,973  Finland 256,842
Shaanxi 16 259,078  Egypt 271,973  Finland 256,842
Heilongjiang 17 232,237  Pakistan 236,625  Kazakhstan 224,415
Guangxi 18 232,158  Pakistan 236,625  Kazakhstan 224,415
Tianjin 19 232,031  Pakistan 236,625  Kazakhstan 224,415
Jiangxi 20 231,520  Pakistan 236,625  Kazakhstan 224,415
Jilin 21 209,608  Ireland 217,816  Qatar 202,450
Chongqing 22 204,364  Ireland 217,816  Qatar 202,450
Shanxi 23 203,484  Ireland 217,816  Qatar 202,450
Yunnan 24 189,255  Romania 189,638  Kuwait 183,219
Xinjiang 25 134,990  Vietnam 171,392  Bangladesh 129,857
Guizhou 26 129,284  Bangladesh 129,857  Hungary 124,600
Gansu 27 101,208  Morocco 104,374  Slovakia 91,348
Hainan 28 50,805  Bulgaria 53,010  Costa Rica 49,621
Ningxia 29 41,417  Turkmenistan 41,851  Yemen 35,955
Qinghai 30 33,925  Yemen 35,955  Jordan 33,678
Tibet 31 13,041  Albania 13,119  Namibia 12,807

PPP GDP comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2013 (in millions of intl$.)[4]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 13,395,396  United States 16,799,700  India 5,069,158
Guangdong 1 1,463,715  Canada 1,526,080  Spain 1,391,349
Jiangsu 2 1,393,026  Canada 1,526,080  Spain 1,391,349
Shandong 3 1,287,598  Indonesia 1,292,848  Turkey 1,174,229
Zhejiang 4 884,589  Taiwan 929,495  Poland 817,457
Henan 5 757,143  Argentina 777,945  Netherlands 700,531
Hebei 6 666,386  Thailand 673,725  South Africa 596,532
Liaoning 7 637,572  Thailand 673,725  South Africa 596,532
Sichuan 8 618,338  Thailand 673,725  South Africa 596,532
Hubei 9 580,845  South Africa 596,532  Pakistan 575,049
Hunan 10 576,917  South Africa 596,532  Pakistan 575,049
Fujian 11 512,353  Malaysia 525,698  Nigeria 479,320
Shanghai 12 508,644  Malaysia 525,698  Nigeria 479,320
Beijing 13 459,162  Nigeria 479,320  Philippines 456,418
Anhui 14 448,291  Philippines 456,418  Belgium 422,809
Inner mongolia 15 396,336  Sweden 396,837  Hong Kong 381,918
Shaanxi 16 377,801  Hong Kong 381,918   Switzerland 371,568
Heilongjiang 17 338,660  Peru 344,231  Ukraine 336,807
Guangxi 18 338,545  Peru 344,231  Ukraine 336,807
Tianjin 19 338,360  Peru 344,231  Ukraine 336,807
Jiangxi 20 337,615  Peru 344,231  Ukraine 336,807
Jilin 21 305,662  Bangladesh 325,075  Czech Republic 286,039
Chongqing 22 298,015  Bangladesh 325,075  Czech Republic 286,039
Shanxi 23 296,732  Bangladesh 325,075  Czech Republic 286,039
Yunnan 24 275,981  Norway 280,025  Israel 273,671
Xinjiang 25 196,850  Hungary 198,223  Finland 194,161
Guizhou 26 188,528  Ireland 188,877  Morocco 179,240
Gansu 27 147,587  Belarus 149,088  New Zealand 136,590
Hainan 28 74,087  Croatia 77,875  Libya 70,386
Ningxia 29 60,397  Costa Rica 61,558  Bolivia 59,195
Qinghai 30 49,471  Democratic Republic of the Congo 49,871  El Salvador 47,536
Tibet 31 19,017  Tajikistan 19,142  Mali 18,597

2012 data[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2012 GDP
(GDP/in millions; year over year (YoY) GDP growth/%) [3]
provinces rank GDP
(CNY)
growth
based
on CNY
GDP
(USD)
growth
based
on USD
GDP
(ppp)
growth
based
on ppp
real
growth
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 51,947,010 9.5 8,229,229 11.6 12,273,752 9.9 7.7 100
Guangdong 1 5,706,792 7.2 904,046 9.7 1,348,358 7.1 8.2 10.99
Jiangsu 2 5,405,822 10.1 856,368 12.6 1,277,247 10.0 10.1 10.41
Shandong 3 5,001,324 10.3 792,289 12.8 1,181,676 10.1 9.8 9.63
Zhejiang 4 3,466,533 7.3 549,154 9.7 819,047 7.2 8.0 6.67
Henan 5 2,959,931 9.9 468,900 12.5 699,350 9.8 10.1 5.70
Hebei 6 2,657,501 8.4 420,990 10.9 627,895 8.3 9.6 5.12
Liaoning 7 2,484,643 11.8 393,607 14.4 587,053 11.7 9.5 4.78
Sichuan 8 2,387,280 13.5 378,183 16.2 564,049 13.4 12.6 4.60
Hubei 9 2,225,045 13.3 352,482 16.0 525,717 13.2 11.3 4.28
Hunan 10 2,215,423 12.6 350,958 15.2 523,444 12.5 11.3 4.26
Shanghai 11 2,018,172 5.1 319,710 7.6 476,839 5.0 7.5 3.89
Fujian 12 1,970,178 12.2 312,107 14.8 465,499 12.1 11.4 3.79
Beijing 13 1,787,940 10.0 283,238 12.6 422,441 9.9 7.7 3.44
Anhui 14 1,721,205 12.5 272,666 15.1 406,674 12.4 12.1 3.31
Inner mongolia 15 1,588,058 10.6 251,574 13.2 375,215 10.5 11.5 3.06
Shaanxi 16 1,445,368 15.5 228,969 18.2 341,501 15.4 12.9 2.78
Heilongjiang 17 1,369,158 8.8 216,896 11.3 323,494 8.7 10.0 2.64
Guangxi 18 1,303,510 11.2 206,497 13.8 307,984 11.1 11.3 2.51
Jiangxi 19 1,294,888 10.6 205,131 13.2 305,947 10.5 11.0 2.49
Tianjin 20 1,289,388 14.0 204,259 16.7 304,647 13.9 13.8 2.48
Shanxi 21 1,211,283 7.8 191,886 10.3 286,193 7.7 10.1 2.33
Jilin 22 1,193,924 13.0 189,136 15.6 282,091 12.9 12.0 2.30
Chongqing 23 1,140,960 14.0 180,746 16.6 269,578 13.9 13.6 2.20
Yunnan 24 1,030,947 15.9 163,318 18.6 243,584 15.8 13.0 1.98
Xinjiang 25 750,531 13.5 118,896 16.2 177,330 13.4 12.0 1.44
Guizhou 26 685,220 20.2 108,550 23.0 161,899 20.1 13.6 1.32
Gansu 27 565,020 12.5 89,508 15.2 133,499 12.4 12.6 1.09
Hainan 28 285,554 13.2 45,236 15.8 67,469 13.1 9.1 0.55
Ningxia 29 234,129 11.4 37,090 14.0 55,318 11.3 11.5 0.45
Qinghai 30 189,354 13.4 29,997 16.0 44,739 13.2 12.3 0.36
Tibet 31 70,103 15.7 11,105 18.4 16,563 15.6 11.8 0.13

Nominal GDP comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2012 (in millions of US$)[3]
Region Rank nominal
GDP
Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
Economy nominal
GGDP
Economy nominal
GDP
ChinaMainland China 8,229,229  United States 16,244,575  Japan 5,960,269
Guangdong 1 904,046  South Korea 1,129,536  Indonesia 878,536
Jiangsu 2 856,368  Indonesia 878,536  Turkey 788,299
Shandong 3 792,289  Indonesia 878,536  Turkey 788,299
Zhejiang 4 549,154   Switzerland 631,183  Iran 548,590
Henan 5 468,900  Taiwan 474,149  Austria 394,868
Hebei 6 420,990  Taiwan 474,149  Austria 394,868
Liaoning 7 393,607  Austria 394,868  South Africa 384,315
Sichuan 8 378,183  Venezuela 381,286  Colombia 369,018
Hubei 9 352,482  Thailand 365,966  Denmark 314,889
Hunan 10 350,958  Thailand 365,966  Denmark 314,889
Shanghai 11 319,710  Thailand 365,966  Denmark 314,889
Fujian 12 312,107  Denmark 314,889  Malaysia 304,726
Beijing 13 283,238  Malaysia 304,726  Singapore 276,520
Anhui 14 272,666  Singapore 276,520  Nigeria 270,211
Inner mongolia 15 251,574  Egypt 256,729  Philippines 250,182
Shaanxi 16 228,969  Finland 247,646  Pakistan 225,558
Heilongjiang 17 216,896  Pakistan 225,558  Iraq 212,501
Guangxi 18 206,497  Algeria 209,329  Kazakhstan 202,656
Jiangxi 19 205,131  Algeria 207,794  Kazakhstan 202,656
Tianjin 20 204,259  Algeria 209,329  Kazakhstan 202,656
Shanxi 21 191,886  Qatar 192,402  Qatar 184,540
Jilin 22 189,136  Qatar 192,402  Qatar 184,540
Chongqing 23 180,746  Qatar 184,540  Ukraine 176,235
Yunnan 24 163,318  Romania 169,394  Vietnam 155,565
Xinjiang 25 118,896  Bangladesh 122,980  Angola 115,209
Guizhou 26 108,550  Angola 115,209  Morocco 96,130
Gansu 27 89,508  Slovakia 91,915  Ecuador 84,040
Hainan 28 45,236  Tunisia 45,407  Costa Rica 45,107
Ningxia 29 37,090  Serbia 37,399  Panama 36,253
Qinghai 30 29,997  Jordan 31,209  Latvia 28,380
Tibet 31 11,105  Mauritius 11,466  Burkina Faso 11,036

PPP GDP comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2012 (in millions of intl$.)[3]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
ChinaMainland China 12,273,752  United States 16,244,575  India 4,715,602
Guangdong 1 1,348,358  Spain 1,387,576  Indonesia 1,203,634
Jiangsu 2 1,277,247  Spain 1,387,576  Indonesia 1,203,634
Shandong 3 1,181,676  Indonesia 1,203,634  Turkey 1,123,380
Zhejiang 4 819,047  Saudi Arabia 883,666  Poland 792,426
Henan 5 699,350  Argentina 735,125  Netherlands 695,752
Hebei 6 627,895  Thailand 645,172  South Africa 576,119
Liaoning 7 587,053  Thailand 645,172  South Africa 576,119
Sichuan 8 564,049  South Africa 576,119  Pakistan 546,691
Hubei 9 525,717  Egypt 534,137  Colombia 497,255
Hunan 10 523,444  Egypt 534,137  Colombia 497,255
Shanghai 11 476,839  Malaysia 494,686  Nigeria 444,349
Fujian 12 465,499  Malaysia 494,686  Nigeria 444,349
Beijing 13 422,441  Nigeria 444,349  Philippines 419,572
Anhui 14 406,674  Belgium 415,602  Venezuela 397,890
Inner mongolia 15 375,215  Sweden 385,143  Hong Kong 365,617
Shaanxi 16 341,501  Austria 354,782  Vietnam 336,214
Heilongjiang 17 323,494  Ukraine 331,588  Singapore 322,989
Guangxi 18 307,984  Chile 316,923  Bangladesh 302,803
Jiangxi 19 305,947  Chile 316,923  Bangladesh 302,803
Tianjin 20 304,647  Chile 316,923  Bangladesh 302,803
Shanxi 21 282,091  Czech Republic 283,647  Norway 274,060
Jilin 22 285,173  Czech Republic 283,647  Norway 277,142
Chongqing 23 269,578  Romania 271,441  Israel 260,909
Yunnan 24 243,584  Portugal 244,348  Iraq 236,044
Xinjiang 25 177,330  Qatar 185,300  Morocco 168,901
Guizhou 26 162,492  Morocco 168,901  Kuwait 150,905
Gansu 27 133,499  Belarus 145,289  New Zealand 130,882
Hainan 28 67,469  Tanzania 73,115  Lithuania 64,313
Ningxia 29 55,318  Panama 56,464  Bolivia 54,601
Qinghai 30 44,739  El Salvador 46,091  Luxembourg 41,863
Tibet 31 16,563  Namibia 16,815  Benin 15,643

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.

Province ranking[edit]

Ranking of provinces by GDP in main years, 1978–2010
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Guangdong 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 5 5
Jiangsu 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 2
Shandong 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 4
Zhejiang 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 7 12 12
Henan 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 7 9
Hebei 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 9 9 7
Liaoning 7 7 8 8 8 7 4 4 4 3
Sichuan 8 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 6 6
Shanghai 9 8 7 7 7 8 10 5 2 1
Hunan 10 10 10 11 11 10 11 12 11 11
Hubei 11 11 11 12 12 11 9 10 10 10
Fujian 12 12 13 13 10 12 14 17 21 22
Beijing 13 13 12 10 13 15 15 14 14 14
Anhui 14 14 14 15 15 14 13 13 13 13
Inner Mongolia 15 15 15 21 24 23 22 23 24 24
Heilongjiang 16 16 16 14 14 13 12 11 8 8
Shaanxi 17 17 18 19 21 21 21 20 20 19
Guangxi 18 18 19 18 16 16 17 19 19 20
Jiangxi 19 19 20 17 18 18 19 16 15 16
Tianjin 20 20 21 20 23 22 23 21 17 17
Shanxi 21 21 17 16 20 20 18 15 16 15
Jilin 22 22 22 22 19 19 20 18 18 18
Chongqing 23 23 23 23 22
Yunnan 24 24 24 24 17 17 16 22 22 21
Xinjiang 25 25 25 25 25 24 24 26 26 26
Guizhou 26 26 26 26 27 25 25 24 25 25
Gansu 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 25 23 23
Hainan 28 28 28 28 28 27 27
Ningxia 29 29 29 29 29 28 29 28 28 28
Qinghai 30 30 30 30 30 29 28 27 27 27
Tibet 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 29 29 29

Percentage share of total GDP[edit]

Provincial percentage shares of total Chinese GDP in main years, 1978–2010 (%)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Guangdong 11.46 11.58 11.72 12.20 10.83 9.76 8.35 6.40 5.49 5.10
Jiangsu 10.32 10.11 9.87 10.06 8.62 8.48 7.59 7.23 7.04 6.84
Shandong 9.76 9.94 9.85 9.93 8.40 8.15 8.10 7.55 6.43 6.18
Zhejiang 6.90 6.74 6.83 7.26 6.19 5.85 4.85 4.76 3.96 3.39
Henan 5.75 5.71 5.74 5.72 5.09 4.92 5.01 5.01 5.04 4.47
Hebei 5.08 5.06 5.10 5.41 5.08 4.69 4.80 4.40 4.82 5.02
Liaoning 4.60 4.46 4.35 4.35 4.71 4.59 5.69 5.75 6.18 6.29
Shanghai 4.28 4.41 4.48 5.00 4.81 4.11 4.19 5.18 6.86 7.48
Sichuan 4.28 4.15 4.01 3.99 3.96 4.02 4.77 4.67 5.04 5.06
Hunan 3.99 3.83 3.68 3.57 3.58 3.51 3.99 3.88 4.22 4.03
Hubei 3.98 3.80 3.61 3.56 3.57 3.47 4.42 4.40 4.39 4.14
Fujian 3.67 3.59 3.45 3.54 3.79 3.45 2.80 2.22 1.92 1.82
Beijing 3.52 3.56 3.54 3.77 3.19 2.48 2.68 2.85 3.06 2.98
Anhui 3.08 2.95 2.82 2.89 2.93 2.98 3.52 3.67 3.10 3.13
Inner Mongolia 2.91 2.86 2.71 2.11 1.55 1.41 1.71 1.82 1.50 1.59
Heilongjiang 2.58 2.52 2.65 2.98 3.18 3.28 3.83 3.94 4.86 4.80
Shaanxi 2.52 2.40 2.33 2.13 1.82 1.71 2.17 2.01 2.09 2.22
Guangxi 2.38 2.28 2.24 2.15 2.10 2.46 2.41 2.01 2.14 2.08
Jiangxi 2.35 2.25 2.22 2.19 2.02 1.92 2.30 2.31 2.45 2.39
Tianjin 2.30 2.21 2.14 2.11 1.72 1.53 1.67 1.95 2.28 2.27
Shanxi 2.29 2.16 2.33 2.29 1.86 1.77 2.30 2.43 2.39 2.41
Jilin 2.16 2.14 2.05 1.96 1.97 1.87 2.28 2.22 2.17 2.25
Chongqing 1.97 1.92 1.84 1.88 1.81 1.85 1.76 1.82 1.99 1.97
Yunnan 1.80 1.81 1.81 1.87 2.03 2.01 2.42 1.83 1.85 1.89
Xinjiang 1.35 1.25 1.33 1.41 1.37 1.34 1.40 1.24 1.17 1.07
Guizhou 1.15 1.15 1.13 1.08 1.04 1.05 1.39 1.37 1.33 1.28
Gansu 1.03 0.99 1.01 1.05 1.06 0.92 1.30 1.37 1.63 1.78
Hainan 0.51 0.49 0.48 0.50 0.53 0.60 0.55 0.48
Ningxia 0.42 0.40 0.38 0.33 0.30 0.29 0.35 0.34 0.35 0.36
Qinghai 0.34 0.32 0.32 0.29 0.27 0.28 0.37 0.37 0.39 0.43
Tibet 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.12 0.09 0.15 0.20 0.19 0.18

GDP (CNY)[edit]

GDP in main years, 1978–2010 (in 100 millions of CN¥)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 401,513 340,903 314,045 184,937 99,215 60,794 18,668 9,016.04 4,545.62 3,645.22
Guangdong 46,013.06 39,482.56 36,796.71 22,557.37 10,741.25 5,933.05 1,559.03 577.38 249.65 185.85
Jiangsu 41,425.48 34,457.30 30,981.98 18,598.69 8,553.69 5,155.25 1,416.50 651.82 319.80 249.24
Shandong 39,169.92 33,896.65 30,933.28 18,366.87 8,337.47 4,953.35 1,511.19 680.46 292.13 225.45
Zhejiang 27,722.31 22,990.35 21,462.69 13,417.68 6,141.03 3,557.55 904.69 429.16 179.92 123.72
Henan 23,092.36 19,480.46 18,018.53 10,587.42 5,052.99 2,988.37 934.65 451.74 229.16 162.92
Hebei 20,394.26 17,235.48 16,011.97 10,012.11 5,043.96 2,849.52 896.33 396.75 219.24 183.06
Liaoning 18,457.27 15,212.50 13,668.60 8,047.30 4,669.10 2,793.40 1,062.70 518.60 281.00 229.20
Sichuan 17,185.48 14,151.28 12,601.23 7,385.10 3,928.20 2,443.21 890.95 421.15 229.31 184.61
Shanghai 17,165.98 15,046.45 14,069.87 9,247.66 4,771.17 2,499.43 781.66 466.75 311.89 272.81
Hunan 16,037.96 13,059.69 11,555.00 6,596.10 3,551.49 2,132.13 744.44 349.95 191.72 146.99
Hubei 15,967.61 12,961.10 11,328.92 6,590.19 3,545.39 2,109.38 824.38 396.26 199.38 151.00
Fujian 14,737.12 12,236.53 10,823.01 6,554.69 3,764.54 2,094.90 522.28 200.48 87.06 66.37
Beijing 14,113.58 12,153.00 11,115.00 6,969.50 3,161.70 1,507.70 500.80 257.10 139.10 108.80
Anhui 12,359.33 10,062.82 8,851.66 5,350.17 2,902.09 1,810.66 658.00 331.24 140.88 113.96
Inner Mongolia 11,672.00 9,740.25 8,496.20 3,905.03 1,539.12 857.06 319.31 163.83 68.40 58.04
Heilongjiang 10,368.60 8,587.00 8,314.40 5,513.70 3,151.40 1,991.40 715.20 355.00 221.00 174.80
Shaanxi 10,123.48 8,169.80 7,314.58 3,933.72 1,804.00 1,036.85 404.30 180.87 94.91 81.07
Guangxi 9,569.85 7,759.16 7,021.00 3,984.10 2,080.04 1,497.56 449.06 180.97 97.33 75.85
Jiangxi 9,451.26 7,655.18 6,971.05 4,056.76 2,003.07 1,169.73 428.62 207.89 111.15 87.00
Tianjin 9,224.46 7,521.85 6,719.01 3,905.64 1,701.88 931.97 310.95 175.78 103.53 82.65
Shanxi 9,200.86 7,358.31 7,315.40 4,230.53 1,845.72 1,076.03 429.27 218.99 108.76 87.99
Jilin 8,667.58 7,278.75 6,426.10 3,620.27 1,951.51 1,137.23 425.28 200.44 98.59 81.98
Chongqing 7,925.58 6,530.01 5,793.66 3,467.72 1,791.00 1,123.06 327.75 164.32 90.68 71.70
Yunnan 7,224.18 6,169.75 5,692.12 3,462.73 2,011.19 1,222.15 451.67 164.96 84.27 69.05
Xinjiang 5,437.47 4,277.05 4,183.21 2,604.14 1,363.56 814.85 261.44 112.24 53.24 39.07
Guizhou 4,602.16 3,912.68 3,561.56 2,005.42 1,029.92 636.21 260.14 123.92 60.26 46.62
Gansu 4,120.75 3,387.56 3,166.82 1,933.98 1,052.88 557.76 242.80 123.39 73.90 64.73
Hainan 2,064.50 1,654.21 1,503.06 918.75 526.82 363.25 102.42 43.26
Ningxia 1,689.65 1,353.31 1,203.92 612.61 295.02 175.19 64.84 30.27 15.96 13.00
Qinghai 1,350.43 1,081.27 1,018.62 543.32 263.68 167.80 69.94 33.01 17.79 15.54
Tibet 507.46 441.36 394.85 248.80 117.80 56.11 27.70 17.76 8.67 6.65

GDP (Nominal)[edit]

Nominal GDP in main years, 1978–2010 (in 100 millions of US$)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 59,312 49,905 45,218 22,576 11,985 7,279.81 3,902.79 3,070.23 3,034.46 2,164.62
Guangdong 6,797.11 5,779.91 5,298.23 2,753.69 1,297.50 710.46 325.94 196.62 166.65 110.36
Jiangsu 6,119.43 5,044.25 4,460.98 2,270.43 1,033.25 617.32 296.14 221.96 213.48 148.00
Shandong 5,786.24 4,962.18 4,453.97 2,242.13 1,007.14 593.14 315.94 231.72 195.01 133.88
Zhejiang 4,095.18 3,365.59 3,090.34 1,637.96 741.81 426.00 189.14 146.14 120.11 73.47
Henan 3,411.24 2,851.77 2,594.42 1,292.46 610.38 357.85 195.40 153.83 152.98 96.75
Hebei 3,012.67 2,523.13 2,305.51 1,222.23 609.29 341.22 187.39 135.11 146.36 108.71
Liaoning 2,726.53 2,226.98 1,968.09 982.37 564.01 334.50 222.17 176.60 187.58 136.10
Sichuan 2,538.66 2,071.63 1,814.41 901.53 474.51 292.56 186.27 143.41 153.08 109.63
Shanghai 2,535.78 2,202.67 2,025.87 1,128.91 576.34 299.30 163.42 158.94 208.20 162.00
Hunan 2,369.15 1,911.83 1,663.76 805.22 429.01 255.31 155.64 119.17 127.98 87.29
Hubei 2,358.76 1,897.39 1,631.21 804.50 428.27 252.59 172.35 134.94 133.10 89.67
Fujian 2,176.99 1,791.32 1,558.37 800.16 454.74 250.86 109.19 68.27 58.12 39.41
Beijing 2,084.88 1,779.10 1,600.41 850.80 381.92 180.54 104.70 87.55 92.86 64.61
Anhui 1,825.74 1,473.11 1,274.52 653.12 350.56 216.82 137.56 112.80 94.05 67.67
Inner Mongolia 1,724.20 1,425.89 1,223.34 476.71 185.92 102.63 66.76 55.79 45.66 34.47
Heilongjiang 1,531.66 1,257.06 1,197.16 673.08 380.68 238.46 149.52 120.89 147.53 103.80
Shaanxi 1,495.45 1,195.99 1,053.20 480.21 217.92 124.16 84.53 61.59 63.36 48.14
Guangxi 1,413.67 1,135.87 1,010.93 486.36 251.26 179.33 93.88 61.63 64.97 45.04
Jiangxi 1,396.15 1,120.65 1,003.74 495.23 241.96 140.07 89.61 70.79 74.20 51.66
Tianjin 1,362.65 1,101.13 967.45 476.78 205.58 111.60 65.01 59.86 69.11 49.08
Shanxi 1,359.16 1,077.19 1,053.32 516.44 222.96 128.85 89.75 74.57 72.60 52.25
Jilin 1,280.39 1,065.55 925.27 441.94 235.74 136.18 88.91 68.26 65.81 48.68
Chongqing 1,170.78 955.94 834.21 423.32 216.35 134.48 68.52 55.96 60.53 42.58
Yunnan 1,067.17 903.20 819.59 422.71 242.94 146.35 94.43 56.17 56.26 41.00
Xinjiang 803.23 626.12 602.33 317.90 164.71 97.58 54.66 38.22 35.54 23.20
Guizhou 679.84 572.78 512.82 244.81 124.41 76.18 54.39 42.20 40.23 27.68
Gansu 608.72 495.91 455.98 236.09 127.18 66.79 50.76 42.02 49.33 38.44
Hainan 304.97 242.16 216.42 112.16 63.64 43.50 21.41 14.73
Ningxia 249.60 198.11 173.35 74.78 35.64 20.98 13.56 10.31 10.65 7.72
Qinghai 199.49 158.29 146.67 66.33 31.85 20.09 14.62 11.24 11.88 9.23
Tibet 74.96 64.61 56.85 30.37 14.23 6.72 5.79 6.05 5.79 3.95

GDP (PPP)[edit]

PPP GDP in main years, 1978–2010 (in 100 millions of int$)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 102,096 90,683 82,159 53,642 30,155 18,348 9,109.37 5,320.14 3,714.35
Guangdong 6,797.11 5,779.91 5,298.23 2,753.69 1,297.50 710.46 325.94 196.62 166.65 110.36
Jiangsu 6,119.43 5,044.25 4,460.98 2,270.43 1,033.25 617.32 296.14 221.96 213.48 148.00
Shandong 5,786.24 4,962.18 4,453.97 2,242.13 1,007.14 593.14 315.94 231.72 195.01 133.88
Zhejiang 4,095.18 3,365.59 3,090.34 1,637.96 741.81 426.00 189.14 146.14 120.11 73.47
Henan 3,411.24 2,851.77 2,594.42 1,292.46 610.38 357.85 195.40 153.83 152.98 96.75
Hebei 3,012.67 2,523.13 2,305.51 1,222.23 609.29 341.22 187.39 135.11 146.36 108.71
Liaoning 2,726.53 2,226.98 1,968.09 982.37 564.01 334.50 222.17 176.60 187.58 136.10
Sichuan 2,538.66 2,071.63 1,814.41 901.53 474.51 292.56 186.27 143.41 153.08 109.63
Shanghai 2,535.78 2,202.67 2,025.87 1,128.91 576.34 299.30 163.42 158.94 208.20 162.00
Hunan 2,369.15 1,911.83 1,663.76 805.22 429.01 255.31 155.64 119.17 127.98 87.29
Hubei 2,358.76 1,897.39 1,631.21 804.50 428.27 252.59 172.35 134.94 133.10 89.67
Fujian 2,176.99 1,791.32 1,558.37 800.16 454.74 250.86 109.19 68.27 58.12 39.41
Beijing 2,084.88 1,779.10 1,600.41 850.80 381.92 180.54 104.70 87.55 92.86 64.61
Anhui 1,825.74 1,473.11 1,274.52 653.12 350.56 216.82 137.56 112.80 94.05 67.67
Inner Mongolia 1,724.20 1,425.89 1,223.34 476.71 185.92 102.63 66.76 55.79 45.66 34.47
Heilongjiang 1,531.66 1,257.06 1,197.16 673.08 380.68 238.46 149.52 120.89 147.53 103.80
Shaanxi 1,495.45 1,195.99 1,053.20 480.21 217.92 124.16 84.53 61.59 63.36 48.14
Guangxi 1,413.67 1,135.87 1,010.93 486.36 251.26 179.33 93.88 61.63 64.97 45.04
Jiangxi 1,396.15 1,120.65 1,003.74 495.23 241.96 140.07 89.61 70.79 74.20 51.66
Tianjin 1,362.65 1,101.13 967.45 476.78 205.58 111.60 65.01 59.86 69.11 49.08
Shanxi 1,359.16 1,077.19 1,053.32 516.44 222.96 128.85 89.75 74.57 72.60 52.25
Jilin 1,280.39 1,065.55 925.27 441.94 235.74 136.18 88.91 68.26 65.81 48.68
Chongqing 1,170.78 955.94 834.21 423.32 216.35 134.48 68.52 55.96 60.53 42.58
Yunnan 1,067.17 903.20 819.59 422.71 242.94 146.35 94.43 56.17 56.26 41.00
Xinjiang 803.23 626.12 602.33 317.90 164.71 97.58 54.66 38.22 35.54 23.20
Guizhou 679.84 572.78 512.82 244.81 124.41 76.18 54.39 42.20 40.23 27.68
Gansu 608.72 495.91 455.98 236.09 127.18 66.79 50.76 42.02 49.33 38.44
Hainan 304.97 242.16 216.42 112.16 63.64 43.50 21.41 14.73
Ningxia 249.60 198.11 173.35 74.78 35.64 20.98 13.56 10.31 10.65 7.72
Qinghai 199.49 158.29 146.67 66.33 31.85 20.09 14.62 11.24 11.88 9.23
Tibet 74.96 64.61 56.85 30.37 14.23 6.72 5.79 6.05 5.79 3.95

GDP data for Hong Kong and Macau[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 US 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

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b GDP figures (HK$) from Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department; GDP (US$) from IMF World Economic Outlook database.
  2. ^ a b GDP figures (MOP$) from latest revision of Macau historical Gross Domestic Product (中文) and (English). Macau Statistics and Census Service (澳门特别行政区政府统计暨普查局), also See World Bank - WDI.
  3. ^ a b c d GDP figure for 2012 is a revision, SEE CHINA NBS - Statistics Data - Annual Data; average exchange rate CNY 6.3125 to USD 1 in 2012, and CNY 6.4588 to USD 1 in 2011. According to IMF - Download WEO Data: October 2013 Edition, CNY 4.2324 is equal to intl$.1 in 2012, and CNY 4.2283 is equal to intl$.1 in 2011 for Purchasing power parity; GDP DATA for all world economies are from IMF - Download WEO Data: October 2013 Edition.
  4. ^ a b c GDP-2013 are quarterly figures according to provisional data of China NBS (China NBS National DATA - quarterly figures (中文) or China Statistical database - Quarterly Data (English)). the comparable data of the world economies sources materials from IMF - WEO - Database April 2014, the annual average exchange rate CNY 6.1932 to USD 1 in 2013, for purchasing power parity, CNY 4.247 is equal to intl$.1 in 2013 According to IMF - WEO - Database April 2014.
  5. ^ "GDP (current US$)". World Development Indicators. World Bank. Retrieved 1 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "GDP (current US$)". World Development Indicators. World Bank. Retrieved 1 July 2014.