List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP

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Map of China's province-level divisions by GDP (in billions of currency units), according to 2014 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 US dollar 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]

All the CN¥ figures are from the National Bureau of Statistics of China.[2] Annual PPP rates are taken from the International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook databases.[2]

Please note that the average GDP growth rates for all Chinese provinces in each of the years listed exceed the official GDP growth figures for mainland China. For example, the average of all provincial GDP growth figures in 2014 was approximately 8.5%, more than a full percentage point greater than the official growth figure of 7.4%. In 2013, the average provincial GDP growth rate was nearly 10% versus an official GDP growth rate of 7.7%. Please also note that GDP growth figures for Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan are not included either in the table below or in official growth figures for mainland China; hence, their absence cannot account for these statistical disparities.

2015[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2015 GDP[3]
average rate: CN¥ 6.2284 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5268 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data APR.2016)[4]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 68,550,580 11,006,130 19,437,048 6.9 100
Guangdong 1 7,281,255 1,169,041 2,064,550 8.0 10.76
Jiangsu 2 7,011,638 1,125,753 1,988,102 8.5 10.36
Shandong 3 6,300,233 1,011,533 1,786,388 8.0 9.31
Zhejiang 4 4,288,649 688,564 1,216,017 8.0 6.34
Henan 5 3,701,025 594,218 1,049,400 8.3 5.47
Sichuan 6 3,010,310 483,320 853,553 7.9 4.45
Hebei 7 2,980,611 478,552 845,132 6.8 4.40
Hubei 8 2,955,019 474,443 837,875 8.9 4.37
Hunan 9 2,904,721 466,367 823,614 8.6 4.29
Liaoning 10 2,874,339 461,489 814,999 3.0 4.25
Fujian 11 2,597,982 417,119 736,640 9.0 3.84
Shanghai 12 2,496,499 400,825 707,865 6.9 3.69
Beijing 13 2,296,859 368,772 651,259 6.9 3.39
Anhui 14 2,200,560 353,311 623,954 8.7 3.25
Shaanxi 15 1,817,186 291,758 515,251 8.0 2.69
Inner Mongolia 16 1,803,279 289,525 511,307 7.7 2.66
Guangxi 17 1,680,312 269,782 476,441 8.1 2.48
Jiangxi 18 1,672,378 268,508 474,191 9.1 2.47
Tianjin 19 1,653,819 265,529 468,929 9.3 2.44
Chongqing 20 1,571,972 252,388 445,722 11.0 2.32
Heilongjiang 21 1,508,367 242,176 427,687 5.7 2.23
Jilin 22 1,427,411 229,178 404,733 6.5 2.11
Yunnan 23 1,371,788 220,247 388,961 8.7 2.03
Shanxi 24 1,280,258 205,552 363,008 3.1 1.89
Guizhou 25 1,050,256 168,624 297,793 10.7 1.55
Xinjiang 26 932,480 149,714 264,398 8.8 1.38
Gansu 27 679,032 109,022 192,535 8.1 1.00
Hainan 28 370,276 59,450 104,989 7.8 0.55
Ningxia 29 291,177 46,750 82,561 8.0 0.43
Qinghai 30 241,705 38,807 68,534 8.2 0.36
Tibet 31 102,639 16,479 29,103 11.0 0.15

Historical Data[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

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.[8]

Appendix[edit]

GDP figures for Hong Kong and Macau SARs are given in both US dollars and in their respective local currencies (Hong Kong dollars and Macanese patacas). PPP figures are given in Int'l. dollars; to enable easy comparison, the following lists Taiwan Area Historical GDP.[1]

See also[edit]

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.[7]

For the 2013 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Data of Hong Kong and Taiwan are from IMF-WEO, April 2015, Macau GDP data are according to World Bank Data - Countries and Economies (DEC. 2014).
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Figures of GDP 1992-2013 are according to National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; GDP 2014 are preliminary data (CHINA NBS)
  3. ^ a b c All GDP-2015 figures by province are from National Data - Regional - Quarterly by Province - 2015 (China NBS); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database April 2016 (IMF-WEO April 2016)
  4. ^ a b c According World Economic Outlook Database April 2016 (IMF-WEO April 2016), PPP rate is CNY 3.5268 per Int'l.dollar; according Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2015 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.2284 per US dollar (the average exchange rate of the year was 6.2284 RMB to 1 USD, depreciated by 1.4 percent over that of 2014).
  5. ^ a b c All GDP-2014 figures by province are from National Data - Regional - Annual by Province - 2014 (China NBS); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database April 2015 (IMF-WEO April 2015)
  6. ^ a b c According World Economic Outlook Database April 2015 (IMF-WEO April 2015), PPP rate is CNY 3.6192 per Int'l.dollar; according Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.1428 per US dollar.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j average rate for CNY TO USD: CNY 6.1428 per USD in 2014 (Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development); average rates of 1978-2013 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Int'l. dollar) are according to IMF WEO (World Economic Outlook Database October 2014)
  8. ^ a b Figures of GDP 1978-2010 are revision according to China Economic Census 2008; GDP by provinces: National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; CHINA GDP data are from the official publications Statistical Yearbook (China Statistical Yearbook 2010 - 2014)
  9. ^ a b average rate (for CNY TO USD) of 1978-2010 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Int'l. dollar) are according to IMF - WEO (World Economic Outlook Database September 2011)