List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP per capita

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The article lists China's first-level administrative divisions by their gross domestic product per capita in main years. All figures are given in the national currency, renminbi (CNY), and at nominal values according to recent exchange rates as well as according to purchasing power parity (PPP). The average CNY exchange rate used here is from the National Bureau of Statistics of China, and CNY PPP exchange rates are estimated according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

For comparison purposes, this article also displays the GDPs of the Special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau, which maintain separate economic systems and currencies. These figures are shown in USD based on PPP, as estimated by the International Monetary Fund.[1]

Map of China's provinces by GDP per capita, based on 2014 data of China NBS

2013 data[edit]

2013 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[1]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.1932 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6329 per Intl. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[2]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Intl$.)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 43,320 6,995 11,924 100 58,801,880 1,357,380
Tianjin 1 99,607 16,083 27,418 230 1,437,016 14,427
Beijing 2 93,213 15,051 25,658 215 1,950,056 20,921
Shanghai 3 90,092 14,547 24,799 208 2,160,212 23,978
Jiangsu 4 74,607 12,047 20,537 172 5,916,175 79,297
Zhejiang 5 68,462 11,054 18,845 158 3,756,849 54,875
Inner Mongolia 6 67,499 10,899 18,580 156 1,683,238 24,937
Liaoning 7 61,687 9,960 16,980 142 2,707,765 43,895
Guangdong 8 58,540 9,452 16,114 135 6,216,397 106,190
Fujian 9 57,856 9,342 15,926 134 2,175,964 37,610
Shandong 10 56,323 9,094 15,503 130 5,468,433 97,091
Jilin 11 47,191 7,620 12,990 109 1,298,146 27,508
Chongqing 12 42,795 6,910 11,780 99 1,265,669 29,575
Shaanxi 13 42,690 6,893 11,751 99 1,604,521 37,585
Hubei 14 42,613 6,881 11,730 98 2,466,849 57,890
Ningxia 15 39,421 6,365 10,851 91 256,506 6,507
Hebei 16 38,716 6,251 10,657 89 2,830,141 73,101
Heilongjiang 17 37,509 6,056 10,325 87 1,438,293 38,345
Xinjiang 18 37,181 6,003 10,234 86 836,024 22,485
Hunan 19 36,763 5,936 10,119 85 2,450,167 66,648
Qinghai 20 36,510 5,895 10,050 84 210,105 5,755
Hainan 21 35,317 5,703 9,721 82 314,646 8,909
Shanxi 22 34,810 5,621 9,582 80 1,260,224 36,203
Henan 23 34,173 5,518 9,406 79 3,215,586 94,098
Sichuan 24 32,454 5,240 8,933 75 2,626,077 80,916
Jiangxi 25 31,771 5,130 8,745 73 1,433,850 45,130
Anhui 26 31,684 5,116 8,722 73 1,903,887 60,089
Guangxi 27 30,588 4,939 8,420 71 1,437,800 47,005
Tibet 28 26,068 4,209 7,176 60 80,767 3,098
Yunnan 29 25,083 4,050 6,904 58 1,172,091 46,728
Gansu 30 24,296 3,923 6,688 56 626,801 25,799
Guizhou 31 22,921 3,701 6,309 53 800,679 34,931

Historical data[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

Historical GDP per capita data in main years[edit]

Appendix[edit]

GDP per capita figures for Hong Kong and Macau from 2000–2010, in local currencies and USD
Region Hong Kong Macau
Year HKD Nominal PPP MOP Nominal PPP
2010 246,733 31,758 46,299 398,071 49,745 72,023
2009 231,638 29,881 43,181 303,992 38,075 54,960
2008 240,339 30,864 44,062 294,505 36,719 52,435
2005 202,928 26,093 35,678 193,516 24,157 33,031
2000 197,697 25,375 26,436 117,470 14,636 15,243

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • ^ CNY figures by purchasing power parity (PPP): According to the IMF World Economic Outlook Database, September 2011, China's total 2010 GDP by PPP was CNY 39,798.30 billion, or I$ (International dollar) 10,085.71 billion. Based on PPP, the average 2010 exchange rate is CNY 3.9460 per I$. China's 2008 GDP was CNY 34,090.30 billion, or I$8,823.01 billion based on PPP, with an exchange rate of CNY 3.8210 per I$. China's 2005 GDP was CNY 18,493.74 billion, or I$6,352.71 billion based on PPP, with an exchange rate of CNY 3.4476 per I$. China's 2000 GDP was CNY 9,921.46 billions or I$4,114.99 billion based on PPP, with an exchange rate of CNY 3.2922 per I$.
  • Mainland China figures were calculated by dividing figures in the list of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP by figures in the list of Chinese administrative divisions by population.

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l A/ GDP Per capita calculation methods: based on mid-year population, such as China NBS, World Bank; or based on year-end population, such as International Monetary Fund (IMF). B/ Data of population (year-end population) are according to Annual Data or National data (China NBS)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Nominal (average exchange rate of CNY to US dollar): CNY 6.1428 per US dollar in 2014 (according to Statistical Communiqué of the PR CHINA on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development;rates of 1982 - 2013 are from China Statistical Yearbook 2014. Data of CNY purchasing power parity (CNY to Intl. dollar) are from IMF-WEO (Oct. 2014)

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