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

2014 data[edit]

2014 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[1]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.1428 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6192 per Intl. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2015)[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 46,652 7,595 12,890 100 63,646,270 1,364,270
Tianjin 1 105,202 17,126 29,068 226 1,572,247 14,945
Beijing 2 99,995 16,278 27,629 214 2,133,083 21,332
Shanghai 3 97,343 15,847 26,896 209 2,356,094 24,204
Jiangsu 4 81,874 13,329 22,622 175 6,508,832 79,498
Zhejiang 5 72,967 11,878 20,161 156 4,015,350 55,030
Inner Mongolia 6 71,044 11,565 19,630 152 1,776,951 25,012
Liaoning 7 65,198 10,614 18,015 140 2,862,658 43,907
Fujian 8 63,472 10,333 17,537 136 2,405,576 37,900
Guangdong 9 63,452 10,330 17,532 136 6,779,224 106,840
Shandong 10 60,879 9,911 16,821 130 5,942,659 97,614
Jilin 11 50,162 8,166 13,860 108 1,380,381 27,518
Chongqing 12 47,859 7,791 13,224 103 1,426,540 29,807
Hubei 13 47,124 7,671 13,020 101 2,736,704 58,075
Shaanxi 14 46,928 7,640 12,967 101 1,768,994 37,696
Ningxia 15 41,834 6,810 11,559 90 275,210 6,579
Xinjiang 16 40,607 6,611 11,220 87 926,410 22,814
Hunan 17 40,287 6,558 11,132 86 2,704,846 67,139
Hebei 18 39,984 6,509 11,048 86 2,942,115 73,582
Qinghai 19 39,633 6,452 10,951 85 230,112 5,806
Heilongjiang 20 39,118 6,368 10,809 84 1,503,938 38,446
Hainan 21 38,924 6,336 10,755 83 350,072 8,994
Sichuan 22 35,128 5,719 9,706 75 2,853,666 81,236
Shanxi 23 35,064 5,708 9,688 75 1,275,944 36,389
Henan 24 34,808 5,667 9,618 75 3,493,938 100,377
Jiangxi 25 34,660 5,642 9,577 74 1,570,859 45,322
Anhui 26 34,425 5,604 9,512 74 2,084,875 60,564
Guangxi 27 33,090 5,387 9,143 71 1,567,297 47,365
Tibet 28 29,252 4,762 8,082 63 92,083 3,148
Yunnan 29 27,264 4,438 7,533 58 1,281,459 47,003
Gansu 30 26,427 4,302 7,302 57 683,527 25,865
Guizhou 31 26,393 4,297 7,292 57 925,101 35,051

Historical data[edit]

2013[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 Population: ⑴ Figure of mid-year population is the average number of the current year and the last year-end population. Except the year-end population 2014 of Heilongjiang is a rough estimate (at 0.5% of annual increase), all the population data of 2014 publicated on statistical communiqué of provinces on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development are from sample surveys. ⑵data before 2013 (see China National Data), the official webnet: National Data - China NBS: National (Annual - Indicators - Population), Province-level (Regional - Annual by province - Indicators - Population). GDP: China NBS - National Data (National: Quarterly; Province level: Regional - Quarterly)
  2. ^ a b c EXchange rate in 2014: ⑴Nominal: the annual average exchange rate (Nominal) is CNY6.1428 per US dollar in 2014, publicated on Statistical Communiqué of the People's Republic of China on the 2013 National Economic and Social Development; ⑵PPP: the purchasing power parity is CNY 3.6192 per Intl. dollar, according to IMF-WEO (April 2015).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m 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)
  4. ^ 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)

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