List of prefecture-level cities by GDP per capita

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This list ranks the cities of the People's Republic of China by GDP per capita in Renminbi (), aka yuan ().

Methodology[edit]

According to the administrative divisions of China, there are three level of cities: municipalities, prefecture-level cities, and county-level cities. A prefecture-level city () is not a "city" in the strictest sense of the term, but instead an administrative unit comprising, typically, both an urban area (a city in the strict sense) and surrounding rural or less-urbanized areas usually many times the size of the central, built-up core.

Prefecture-level cities nearly always contain multiple counties, county-level cities, and other such sub-divisions. To distinguish a prefecture-level city from its actual urban area (city in the strict sense), the term "urban area" ( shìqū) is used.

Methods and accuracy in the reporting of population and economic activity vary widely, hence these figures should be seen as estimates rather than facts. Some cities do not include migrant workers in the population count, even though the output they generate are counted in the total GDP, resulting in an inflated GDP per capita.

2011 List[edit]

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List of top prefecture-level cities by GDP per capita over ten thousand US dollars in 2011
Rank cities CNY US$ PPP Province
Alxa League 168,078 26,023 40,865 Inner Mongolia[1]
1 Ordos 163,014 25,239 39,634 Inner Mongolia[1]
2 Daqing 133,301 20,639 32,410 Heilongjiang[2]
3 Dongying 130,811 20,253 31,804 Shandong[3]
4 Karamay 129,105 19,989 31,389 Xinjiang[4]
5 Baotou 112,372 17,398 27,321 Inner Mongolia[1]
6 Shenzhen 110,421 17,096 26,847 Guangdong[5]
7 Wuxi 107,437 16,634 26,121 Jiangsu[6]
8 Suzhou 102,129 15,812 24,831 Jiangsu[6]
9 Jiayuguan 101,306 15,685 24,631 Gansu[7]
Haixi Prefecture 97,747 15,134 23,765 Qinghai[8]
10 Guangzhou 97,588 15,109 23,727 Guangdong[5]
11 Dalian 91,295 14,135 22,197 Liaoning[9]
12 Wuhai 89,830 13,908 21,841 Inner Mongolia[1]
13 Zhuhai 89,794 13,903 21,832 Guangdong[5]
14 Foshan 86,073 13,326 20,927 Guangdong[5]
Tianjin 85,213 13,193 20,718 Tianjin
Shanghai 82,560 12,783 20,073 Shanghai
Beijing 81,658 12,643 19,854 Beijing
15 Hangzhou 80,480 12,461 19,567 Zhejiang[10]
16 Tongling 79,644 12,331 19,364 Anhui[11]
17 Panjin 79,584 12,322 19,349 Liaoning[9]
18 Changsha 79,530 12,313 19,336 Hunan[12]
19 Ningbo 79,523 12,312 19,335 Zhejiang[10]
20 Changzhou 77,485 11,997 18,839 Jiangsu[6]
21 Nanjing 76,263 11,808 18,542 Jiangsu[6]
22 Qingdao 75,546 11,697 18,368 Shandong[3]
23 Weihai 75,316 11,661 18,312 Shandong[3]
24 Hohhot 75,266 11,653 18,300 Inner Mongolia[1]
25 Zhenjiang 73,981 11,454 17,987 Jiangsu[6]
26 Shenyang 72,648 11,248 17,663 Liaoning[9]
27 Zibo 72,182 11,176 17,550 Shandong[3]
28 Tangshan 71,565 11,080 17,400 Hebei[13]
29 Xiamen 70,832 10,967 17,221 Fujian[14]
30 Yantai 70,380 10,897 17,112 Shandong[3]
31 Zhongshan 70,014 10,840 17,023 Guangdong[5]
32 Zhoushan 68,446 10,597 16,641 Zhejiang[10]
33 Yulin, Shaanxi 68,358 10,584 16,620 Shaanxi[15]
34 Wuhan 68,286 10,573 16,602 Hubei[16]
35 Anshan 68,224 10,563 16,587 Liaoning[9]
36 Xinyu 68,155 10,552 16,571 Jiangxi[17]
37 Shaoxing 67,675 10,478 16,454 Zhejiang[10]
Xilingol League 67,584 10,464 16,432 Inner Mongolia[1]

2010 List[edit]

GDP per capita over US$10,000[edit]

List of top municipalities and prefecture-level divisions by GDP per capita over USD 10,000 in 2010
Rank Municipality/Division CNY US$ PPP Province
Macau 350,689 51,791 59,451 Macau[18]
Hong Kong 214,485 31,759 49,342 Hong Kong[19]
1 Ordos 138,109 20,402 35,000 Inner Mongolia[20]
2 Alxa League 133,058 19,656 33,720 Inner Mongolia[20]
3 Karamay 121,387 17,931 30,762 Xinjiang[21]
4 Dongying 116,404 17,195 29,499 Shandong[22]
5 Daqing 103,576 15,300 26,248 Heilongjiang[23]
6 Shenzhen 94,296 13,930 23,897 Guangdong[24]
7 Baotou 93,441 13,803 23,680 Inner Mongolia[20]
8 Suzhou 93,043 13,744 23,579 Jiangsu[25]
9 Wuxi 92,167 13,615 23,357 Jiangsu[25]
10 Ningbo 90,175 13,321 22,852 Zhejiang[26]
11 Guangzhou 87,458 12,919 22,164 Guangdong[24]
12 Hangzhou 86,691 12,806 21,969 Zhejiang[26]
13 Jiayuguan 83,214 12,292 21,088 Gansu [27]
14 Foshan 80,313 11,864 20,353 Guangdong[24]
15 Haixi prefecture 78,180 11,549 19,812 Qinghai
16 Zhuhai 77,888 11,506 19,739 Guangdong[24]
17 Dalian 77,704 11,479 19,692 Liaoning[28]
18 Shanghai 76,074 11,238 19,279 Shanghai[29]
19 Beijing 75,943 11,218 19,246 Beijing[29]
20 Wuhai 73,801 10,902 18,703 Inner Mongolia[20]
21 Tianjin 72,994 10,783 18,498 Tianjin[29]
22 Weihai 69,187 10,220 17,533 Shandong[22]

GDP (PPP) per capita over Intl.$ 10,000[edit]

List of municipalities and prefecture-level divisions by GDP (PPP) per capita over Intl$. 10,000 in 2010
Rank regions CNY US$ PPP provinces
23 Jiaxing 67,534 9,976 17,115 Zhejiang[26]
24 Changzhou 67,327 9,946 17,062 Jiangsu[25]
25 Panjin 66,976 9,894 16,973 Liaoning[28]
26 Zhoushan 66,581 9,835 16,873 Zhejiang[26]
27 Changsha 66,464 9,818 16,843 Hunan[30]
28 Qingdao 65,812 9,722 16,678 Shandong[22]
29 Hohhot 65,518 9,678 16,604 Inner Mongolia[20]
30 Nanjing 65,273 9,642 16,542 Jiangsu[25]
31 Zhenjiang 64,284 9,496 16,291 Jiangsu[25]
32 Shaoxing 63,770 9,420 16,161 Zhejiang[26]
33 Zibo 63,384 9,363 16,063 Shandong[22]
34 Shenyang 62,357 9,211 15,803 Liaoning[28]
35 Yantai 62,254 9,196 15,776 Shandong[22]
36 Zhongshan 60,797 8,981 15,407 Guangdong[24]
37 Tangshan 59,574 8,800 15,097 Hebei[31]
38 Wuhan 56,898 8,405 14,419 Hubei[32]
39 Xiamen 58,455 8,635 14,814 Fujian[33]
40 Anshan, Liaoning 58,426 8,631 14,806 Liaoning[28]
41 Ji'nan 57,947 8,560 14,685 Shandong[22]
42 Xilin Gol League 57,727 8,528 14,629 Inner Mongolia[20]
43 Xinyu 55,424 8,187 14,045 Jiangxi[34]
44 Dongguan 52,798 7,799 13,380 Guangdong[24]
45 Yulin, Shaanxi 52,437 7,746 13,289 Shaanxi[35]
46 Benxi 50,612 7,476 12,826 Liaoning[28]
47 Huzhou 50,149 7,408 12,709 Zhejiang[26]
48 Zhengzhou 47,608 7,033 12,065 Henan[36]
49 Bayingolin Prefecture 46,955 6,936 11,899 Xinjiang[21]
50 Taiyuan 46,144 6,816 11,694 Shanxi[37]
51 Jinchang 45,374 6,703 11,499 Gansu[27]
52 Jinhua 45,031 6,652 11,412 Zhejiang[26]
53 Fuzhou 43,986 6,498 11,147 Fujian[33]
54 Panzhihua 43,959 6,494 11,140 Sichuan[38]
55 Quanzhou 43,946 6,492 11,137 Fujian[33]
56 Changchun 43,936 6,490 11,134 Jilin[39]
57 Nanchang 43,770 6,465 12,092 Jiangxi[34]
58 Ürümqi 43,039 6,358 10,907 Xinjiang[21]
59 Sanya 42,977 6,349 10,891 Hainan[40]
60 Laiwu 42,392 6,262 10,743 Shandong[22]
61 Fushun 41,810 6,176 10,596 Liaoning[28]
62 Taizhou, Zhejiang 41,777 6,171 10,587 Zhejiang[26]
63 Binzhou 41,643 6,152 10,553 Shandong[22]
64 Jilin City 41,479 6,127 10,512 Jilin[39]
65 Yingkou 41,452 6,123 10,505 Liaoning[28]
66 Chengdu 41,253 6,094 10,454 Sichuan[38]
67 Shuozhou 41,107 6,072 10,417 Shanxi[37]
68 Yan'an 40,621 6,001 10,294 Shaanxi[35]
69 Liaoyang 39,686 5,862 10,057 Liaoning[28]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2011 figure of Inner Mongolian divisions is from Inner Mongolian Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 978-7-89468-268-0/F.468)
  2. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Heilongjiang divisions is from Heilongjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766329 )
  3. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Shandong divisions is from Shandong Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503765841 )
  4. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Xinjiang divisions is from Xinjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766329 )
  5. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Guangdong divisions is from Guangdong Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-203-1/F.403 )
  6. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Jiangsu divisions is from Jiangsu Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-5037-6591-9 )
  7. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Gansu divisions is from Gansu Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  8. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Qinghai divisions is from Qinghai Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  9. ^ a b c d GDP 2011 figure of Liaoning divisions is from Liaoning Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  10. ^ a b c d GDP 2011 figure of Zhejiang divisions is from Zhejiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  11. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Anhui divisions is from Anhui Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  12. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Hunan divisions is from Hunan Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-292-5/F·492 )
  13. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Hebei divisions is from Hebei Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766930 )
  14. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Fujian divisions is from Fujian Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-5037-6614-5 )
  15. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Shaanxi divisions is from Shaanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 9787503765933 )
  16. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Hubei divisions is from Hubei Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 978-7-5037-6633-6 )
  17. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Jiangxi divisions is from Jiangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 978-7-5037-6648-0 )
  18. ^ Original GDP per capita figure of Macau SAR is MOP 414,444 or USD 51,791 from DESC: List of Macau GDP per capita 1982-2010, exchange rate is MOP 1.1818 per CNY; MPO 8.0022 per USD. PPP rate is MOP 5.5270 per international currency.
  19. ^ Original GDP per capita figure of Hong Kong SAR is HKD 246,733 from Hong Kong CSD: List of Hong Kong GDP 2008-2010, exchange rate is CNY 0.8693 per HKD; HKD 7.769 per USD. PPP rate is HKD 5.3291 per international currency.
  20. ^ a b c d e f GDP figure of Inner Mongolian divisions is from Inner Mongolian Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-231-0/F.413)
  21. ^ a b c GDP figure of Xinjiang divisions is from Xinjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-210-9/F.410)
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP figure of Shandong cities is from Shandong Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-199-7/F.399)
  23. ^ GDP figure of Heilongjiang cities is from Heilongjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978 7 5037-6326-7)
  24. ^ a b c d e f GDP figure of Guangdong cities is from Guangdong Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-203-1/F.403)
  25. ^ a b c d e GDP figure of Jiangsu cities is from Jiangsu Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-190-4/F.390)
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP figure of Zhejiang cities is from Zhejiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6257-4)
  27. ^ a b GDP figure of Gansu cities is from Gansu Development Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-224-6/F·424)
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP figure of Liaoning cities is from Liaoning Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-219-2/F.419)
  29. ^ a b c GDP figure of Shangshai, Beijing, Tianjin and Chongqing 4 municipalities is according to China Statistical Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-215-4/F.415)
  30. ^ GDP figure of Hunan cities is from Hunan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-208-6/F.408)
  31. ^ GDP figure of Hebei cities is from Hebei Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-232-1/F.432)
  32. ^ GDP figure of Hubei cities is from Hubei Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-213-0/F.413)
  33. ^ a b c GDP figure of Fujian cities is from Fujian Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6288-8)
  34. ^ a b GDP figure of Jiangxi cities is from Jiangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-50375-985-7)
  35. ^ a b GDP figure of Shaanxi cities is from Shaanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-194-2/F.394)
  36. ^ GDP figure of Henan cities is from Henan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-218-5/F.418)
  37. ^ a b GDP figure of Taiyuan is from Shanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-193-5)
  38. ^ a b GDP figure of Chengdu is from Sichuan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6298-7)
  39. ^ a b GDP figure of Jilin cities is from Jilin Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6320-5)
  40. ^ GDP figure of Sanya is from Hainan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011

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