List of Chinese administrative divisions by tax revenues

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This is a list of the first-level administrative divisions of mainland China (including all provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities) in order of tax revenues collected in 2007. The figures are given in millions of Renminbi in 2007.[1]

Rank Administrative Division Tax Revenues
China 2,357,262
1 Guangdong 278,580
2 Jiangsu 223,773
3 Shanghai 207,448
4 Shandong 167,540
5 Zhejiang 164,950
6 Beijing 149,264
7 Liaoning 108,269
8 Henan 86,208
9 Sichuan 85,086
10 Hebei 78,912
11 Fujian 69,946
12 Hunan 60,655
13 Shanxi 59,7892
14 Hubei 59,036
15 Anhui 54,370
16 Tianjin 54,044
17 Inner Mongolia 49,2361
18 Yunnan 48,671
19 Shaanxi 47,524
20 Chongqing 44,270
21 Heilongjiang 44,047
22 Guangxi 41,883
23 Jiangxi 38,985
24 Jilin 32,069
25 Xinjiang 28,5863
26 Guizhou 28,514
27 Gansu 19,091
28 Hainan 10,829
29 Ningxia 8,003
30 Qinghai 5,671
31 Tibet Autonomous Region 2,014

Notes[edit]

  • ^1 Nei Mongol is the only province in China to levy a tax on banquets.
  • ^2 Shanxi province collects about 60 per cent of the slaughter tax in China.
  • ^3 Xinjiang is the only province in China to levy a tax on animal husbandry.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 7-7 Government Revenue by Region (2007), Government of China (Statistics), retrieved 28 May 2012