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 in USD 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 Taiwan, which is administered by the Republic of China and not the People's Republic of China, and the special administrative regions (SARs) 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 Chinese provinces and SARs by GDP per capita in USD:
     >$20,000      $15,000 - $19,999      $10,000 - $14,999      $7,500 - $9,999      $5,000 - $7,499      <$5,000

2018 data[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2018 GDP per capita
(Nominal rate: CNY 6.6174 per US dollar; PPP rate: CNY 3.5102 per int'l. dollar, according to IMF WEO April 2019)[1]
Provinces Rank GDPpc (Based on mid-year population)
(Calculation Method of the World Bank)
GDPpc (Based on year end population)
(IMF calculation method)
Reference index
CNY USD PPP CNY USD PPP GDP
(CNY)
mid-year
population

(in thousands)
year-end
population

(in thousands)
Mainland China 64,643 9,769 18,416 64,521 9,750 18,381 90,030,950 1,392,730 1,395,380
Beijing 1 140,211 21,188 39,944 140,748 21,269 40,097 3,031,998 21,625 21,542
Shanghai 2 134,982 20,398 38,454 134,830 20,375 38,411 3,267,987 24,211 24,238
Tianjin 3 120,711 18,241 34,389 120,606 18,226 34,359 1,880,964 15,582 15,596
Jiangsu 4 115,168 17,404 32,810 115,015 17,381 32,766 9,259,540 80,400 80,507
Zhejiang 5 98,643 14,907 28,102 97,956 14,803 27,906 5,619,715 56,970 57,370
Fujian 6 91,197 13,781 25,981 90,850 13,729 25,882 3,580,404 39,260 39,410
Guangdong 7 86,412 13,058 24,617 85,738 12,956 24,425 9,727,777 112,575 113,460
Shandong 8 76,267 11,525 21,727 76,110 11,502 21,683 7,646,970 100,265 100,472
Inner Mongolia 9 68,302 10,322 19,458 68,229 10,311 19,437 1,728,922 25,313 25,340
Hubei 10 66,616 10,067 18,978 66,531 10,054 18,954 3,936,655 59,095 59,170
Chongqing 11 65,933 9,964 18,783 65,650 9,921 18,703 2,036,319 30,885 31,018
Shaanxi 12 63,477 9,593 18,084 63,240 9,557 18,016 2,443,832 38,499 38,644
Liaoning 13 58,008 8,766 16,526 58,072 8,776 16,544 2,531,535 43,641 43,593
Jilin 14 55,611 8,404 15,843 55,748 8,424 15,882 1,507,462 27,107 27,041
Ningxia 15 54,094 8,175 15,411 53,846 8,137 15,340 370,518 6,850 6,881
Hunan 16 52,949 8,001 15,084 52,800 7,979 15,042 3,642,578 68,795 68,988
Hainan 17 51,955 7,851 14,801 51,717 7,815 14,733 483,205 9,300 9,343
Henan 18 50,152 7,579 14,287 50,032 7,561 14,253 4,805,586 95,821 96,050
Xinjiang 19 49,475 7,476 14,095 49,056 7,413 13,975 1,219,908 24,657 24,868
Sichuan 20 48,883 7,387 13,926 48,769 7,370 13,893 4,067,813 83,215 83,410
Hebei 21 47,772 7,219 13,610 47,656 7,202 13,576 3,601,027 75,379 75,563
Anhui 22 47,712 7,210 13,592 47,452 7,171 13,518 3,000,682 62,892 63,236
Qinghai 23 47,690 7,207 13,586 47,498 7,178 13,531 286,523 6,008 6,032
Jiangxi 24 47,434 7,168 13,513 47,304 7,148 13,476 2,198,478 46,349 46,476
Shanxi 25 45,328 6,850 12,913 45,230 6,835 12,885 1,681,811 37,103 37,183
Tibet 26 43,397 6,558 12,363 43,047 6,505 12,263 147,763 3,405 3,438
Heilongjiang 27 43,274 6,539 12,328 43,364 6,553 12,354 1,636,162 37,809 37,731
Guangxi 28 41,489 6,270 11,820 41,317 6,244 11,770 2,035,251 49,055 49,260
Guizhou 29 41,244 6,233 11,750 41,129 6,215 11,717 1,480,645 35,900 36,000
Yunnan 30 37,136 5,612 10,580 37,025 5,595 10,548 1,788,112 48,150 48,295
Gansu 31 31,336 4,735 8,927 31,268 4,725 8,908 824,607 26,315 26,373

Historical Data[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP per capita 2000 - 2017 (current US dollar, based on mid-year population)[2]
Provinces 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000
Chinese yuan
per US dollar
6.7518 6.6423 6.2284 6.1428 6.1932 6.3125 6.4588 6.7695 8.1917 8.2784
Mainland China 8,768 8,082 8,032 7,652 7,054 6,317 5,621 4,551 1,754 959
Beijing 19,105 17,795 17,099 16,278 15,283 13,857 12,643 10,910 5,548 2,914
Shanghai 18,756 17,548 16,665 15,851 14,692 13,524 12,783 11,238 6,284 3,584
Tianjin 17,617 17,321 17,334 17,131 16,164 14,760 13,193 10,783 4,368 2,096
Jiangsu 15,870 14,586 14,128 13,328 12,167 10,827 9,644 7,806 2,998 1,421
Zhejiang 13,634 12,784 12,466 11,884 11,110 10,039 9,173 7,639 3,382 1,621
Fujian 12,245 11,247 10,912 10,333 9,389 8,358 7,335 5,913 2,276 1,352
Guangdong 11,987 11,143 10,838 10,332 9,500 8,570 7,866 6,608 2,983 1,538
Shandong 10,783 10,348 10,302 9,911 9,185 8,201 7,329 6,072 2,453 1,127
Inner Mongolia 9,444 10,849 11,416 11,566 10,953 10,121 8,976 6,994 1,994 785
Chongqing 9,396 8,807 8,400 7,790 6,979 6,165 5,342 4,077 1,341 678
Hubei 8,916 8,380 8,133 7,675 6,915 6,110 5,295 4,122 1,395 760
Shaanxi 8,482 7,680 7,647 7,640 6,962 6,109 5,181 4,008 1,208 600
Jilin 8,122 8,110 8,202 8,166 7,658 6,878 5,955 4,668 1,629 888
Liaoning 7,928 7,647 10,493 10,614 10,010 8,974 7,859 6,257 2,317 1,350
Ningxia 7,519 7,105 7,033 6,810 6,396 5,765 5,116 3,968 1,250 649
Hunan 7,340 6,983 6,864 6,556 5,965 5,304 4,626 3,652 1,273 655
Hainan 7,173 6,676 6,554 6,337 5,758 5,129 4,474 3,520 1,327 821
Henan 6,913 6,410 6,281 6,035 5,524 4,990 4,438 3,611 1,385 658
Hebei 6,722 6,483 6,463 6,509 6,283 5,795 5,259 4,235 1,805 917
Xinjiang 6,656 6,107 6,428 6,617 6,064 5,354 4,658 3,698 1,600 891
Sichuan 6,613 6,022 5,904 5,719 5,267 4,690 4,046 3,129 1,106 599
Qinghai 6,524 6,554 6,623 6,458 5,954 5,256 4,571 3,562 1,226 621
Jiangxi 6,431 6,082 5,896 5,645 5,156 4,562 4,049 3,140 1,152 586
Anhui 6,428 5,956 5,779 5,604 5,167 4,561 3,973 3,086 1,058 577
Shanxi 6,229 5,349 5,606 5,709 5,649 5,327 4,855 3,883 1,525 691
Heilongjiang 6,208 6,087 6,336 6,386 6,087 5,657 5,081 4,000 1,762 1,002
Tibet 5,816 5,297 5,138 4,762 4,251 3,633 3,108 2,515 1,113 552
Guangxi 5,643 5,725 5,650 5,387 4,964 4,428 3,921 2,987 1,073 562
Guizhou 5,622 5,005 4,792 4,304 3,738 3,122 2,541 1,938 617 333
Yunnan 5,068 4,681 4,625 4,438 4,089 3,516 2,983 2,327 956 576
Gansu 4,221 4,162 4,201 4,303 3,962 3,482 3,034 2,380 913 499

By Chinese yuan GDP per capita[edit]

Chinese yuan GDP per capita
List of Chinese provinces by Chinese yuan GDP per capita 2000 - 2017
(current currency, based on mid-year population) [2]
Provinces 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000
Mainland China 59,201 53,680 50,028 47,005 43,684 39,874 36,302 30,808 14,368 7,942
Beijing 128,994 118,198 106,497 99,995 94,648 87,475 81,658 73,856 45,444 24,122
Shanghai 126,634 116,562 103,796 97,370 90,993 85,373 82,560 76,074 51,474 29,671
Tianjin 118,944 115,053 107,960 105,231 100,105 93,173 85,213 72,994 35,783 17,353
Jiangsu 107,150 96,887 87,995 81,874 75,354 68,347 62,290 52,840 24,560 11,765
Zhejiang 92,057 84,916 77,644 73,002 68,805 63,374 59,249 51,711 27,703 13,416
Fujian 82,677 74,707 67,966 63,472 58,145 52,763 47,377 40,025 18,646 11,194
Guangdong 80,932 74,016 67,503 63,469 58,833 54,095 50,807 44,736 24,435 12,736
Shandong 72,807 68,733 64,168 60,879 56,885 51,768 47,335 41,106 20,096 9,326
Inner Mongolia 63,764 72,064 71,101 71,046 67,836 63,886 57,974 47,347 16,331 6,502
Chongqing 63,442 58,502 52,321 47,850 43,223 38,914 34,500 27,596 10,982 5,616
Hubei 60,199 55,665 50,654 47,145 42,826 38,572 34,197 27,906 11,431 6,293
Shaanxi 57,266 51,015 47,626 46,929 43,117 38,564 33,464 27,133 9,899 4,968
Jilin 54,838 53,868 51,086 50,160 47,428 43,415 38,460 31,599 13,348 7,351
Liaoning 53,527 50,791 65,354 65,201 61,996 56,649 50,760 42,355 18,983 11,177
Ningxia 50,765 47,194 43,805 41,834 39,613 36,394 33,043 26,860 10,239 5,376
Hunan 49,558 46,382 42,754 40,271 36,943 33,480 29,880 24,719 10,426 5,425
Hainan 48,430 44,347 40,818 38,924 35,663 32,377 28,898 23,831 10,871 6,798
Henan 46,674 42,575 39,123 37,072 34,211 31,499 28,661 24,446 11,346 5,450
Hebei 45,387 43,062 40,255 39,984 38,909 36,584 33,969 28,668 14,782 7,592
Xinjiang 44,941 40,564 40,036 40,648 37,553 33,796 30,087 25,034 13,108 7,372
Sichuan 44,651 40,003 36,775 35,128 32,617 29,608 26,133 21,182 9,060 4,956
Qinghai 44,047 43,531 41,252 39,671 36,875 33,181 29,522 24,115 10,045 5,138
Jiangxi 43,424 40,400 36,724 34,674 31,930 28,800 26,150 21,253 9,440 4,851
Anhui 43,401 39,561 35,997 34,425 32,001 28,792 25,659 20,888 8,670 4,779
Shanxi 42,060 35,532 34,919 35,070 34,984 33,628 31,357 26,283 12,495 5,722
Heilongjiang 41,916 40,432 39,462 39,226 37,697 35,711 32,819 27,076 14,434 8,294
Tibet 39,267 35,184 31,999 29,252 26,326 22,936 20,077 17,027 9,114 4,572
Guangxi 38,102 38,027 35,190 33,090 30,741 27,952 25,326 20,219 8,788 4,652
Guizhou 37,956 33,246 29,847 26,437 23,151 19,710 16,413 13,119 5,052 2,759
Yunnan 34,221 31,093 28,806 27,264 25,322 22,195 19,265 15,752 7,835 4,769
Gansu 28,497 27,643 26,165 26,433 24,539 21,978 19,595 16,113 7,477 4,129

By PPP GDP per capita[edit]

PPP GDP per capita
List of Chinese provinces by purchasing power parity GDP per capita 2000 - 2017
(current int'l. dollar, based on mid-year population, IMF WEO April 2019) [2]
Provinces 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000
Chinese yuan
per int'l. dollar
3.5156 3.4978 3.5387 3.5394 3.5693 3.5481 3.5055 3.3114 2.8572 2.7086
Mainland China 16,840 15,347 14,137 13,280 12,239 11,238 10,356 9,304 5,029 2,932
Beijing 36,692 33,792 30,095 28,252 26,517 24,654 23,294 22,304 15,905 8,906
Shanghai 36,021 33,324 29,332 27,510 25,493 24,062 23,552 22,973 18,016 10,954
Tianjin 33,833 32,893 30,508 29,731 28,046 26,260 24,308 22,043 12,524 6,407
Jiangsu 30,478 27,699 24,866 23,132 21,112 19,263 17,769 15,957 8,596 4,344
Zhejiang 26,185 24,277 21,941 20,626 19,277 17,861 16,902 15,616 9,696 4,953
Fujian 23,517 21,358 19,206 17,933 16,290 14,871 13,515 12,087 6,526 4,133
Guangdong 23,021 21,161 19,076 17,932 16,483 15,246 14,494 13,510 8,552 4,702
Shandong 20,710 19,650 18,133 17,200 15,937 14,590 13,503 12,413 7,033 3,443
Inner Mongolia 18,137 20,603 20,092 20,073 19,005 18,006 16,538 14,298 5,716 2,401
Chongqing 18,046 16,725 14,785 13,519 12,110 10,968 9,842 8,334 3,844 2,073
Hubei 17,123 15,914 14,314 13,320 11,998 10,871 9,755 8,427 4,001 2,323
Shaanxi 16,289 14,585 13,459 13,259 12,080 10,869 9,546 8,194 3,465 1,834
Jilin 15,598 15,401 14,436 14,172 13,288 12,236 10,971 9,542 4,672 2,714
Liaoning 15,226 14,521 18,468 18,421 17,369 15,966 14,480 12,791 6,644 4,126
Ningxia 14,440 13,492 12,379 11,820 11,098 10,257 9,426 8,111 3,584 1,985
Hunan 14,097 13,260 12,082 11,378 10,350 9,436 8,524 7,465 3,649 2,003
Hainan 13,776 12,679 11,535 10,997 9,992 9,125 8,244 7,197 3,805 2,510
Henan 13,276 12,172 11,056 10,474 9,585 8,878 8,176 7,382 3,971 2,012
Hebei 12,910 12,311 11,376 11,297 10,901 10,311 9,690 8,657 5,174 2,803
Xinjiang 12,783 11,597 11,314 11,484 10,521 9,525 8,583 7,560 4,588 2,722
Sichuan 12,701 11,437 10,392 9,925 9,138 8,345 7,455 6,397 3,171 1,830
Qinghai 12,529 12,445 11,657 11,208 10,331 9,352 8,422 7,282 3,516 1,897
Jiangxi 12,352 11,550 10,378 9,797 8,946 8,117 7,460 6,418 3,304 1,791
Anhui 12,345 11,310 10,172 9,726 8,966 8,115 7,320 6,308 3,034 1,764
Shanxi 11,964 10,158 9,868 9,908 9,801 9,478 8,945 7,937 4,373 2,113
Heilongjiang 11,923 11,559 11,152 11,083 10,561 10,065 9,362 8,177 5,052 3,062
Tibet 11,169 10,059 9,043 8,265 7,376 6,464 5,727 5,142 3,190 1,688
Guangxi 10,838 10,872 9,944 9,349 8,613 7,878 7,225 6,106 3,076 1,717
Guizhou 10,796 9,505 8,434 7,469 6,486 5,555 4,682 3,962 1,768 1,019
Yunnan 9,734 8,889 8,140 7,703 7,094 6,255 5,496 4,757 2,742 1,761
Gansu 8,106 7,903 7,394 7,468 6,875 6,194 5,590 4,866 2,617 1,524

By share of national GDP per capita[edit]

% of national GDP per capita
List of Chinese provinces by share (%) of national GDP per capita 2000 - 2017 (based on mid-year population) [2]
Provinces 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000
Mainland China 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Beijing 218 220 213 213 217 219 225 240 316 304
Shanghai 214 217 207 207 208 214 227 247 358 374
Tianjin 201 214 216 224 229 234 235 237 249 219
Jiangsu 181 180 176 174 173 171 172 172 171 148
Zhejiang 156 158 155 155 158 159 163 168 193 169
Fujian 140 139 136 135 133 132 131 130 130 141
Guangdong 137 138 135 135 135 136 140 145 170 160
Shandong 123 128 128 130 130 130 130 133 140 117
Inner Mongolia 108 134 142 151 155 160 160 154 114 82
Chongqing 107 109 105 102 99 98 95 90 76 71
Hubei 102 104 101 100 98 97 94 91 80 79
Shaanxi 97 95 95 100 99 97 92 88 69 63
Jilin 93 100 102 107 109 109 106 103 93 93
Liaoning 90 95 131 139 142 142 140 137 132 141
Ningxia 86 88 88 89 91 91 91 87 71 68
Hunan 84 86 85 86 85 84 82 80 73 68
Hainan 82 83 82 83 82 81 80 77 76 86
Henan 79 79 78 79 78 79 79 79 79 69
Hebei 77 80 80 85 89 92 94 93 103 96
Xinjiang 76 76 80 86 86 85 83 81 91 93
Sichuan 75 75 74 75 75 74 72 69 63 62
Qinghai 74 81 82 84 84 83 81 78 70 65
Jiangxi 73 75 73 74 73 72 72 69 66 61
Anhui 73 74 72 73 73 72 71 68 60 60
Shanxi 71 66 70 75 80 84 86 85 87 72
Heilongjiang 71 75 79 83 86 90 90 88 100 104
Tibet 66 66 64 62 60 58 55 55 63 58
Guangxi 64 71 70 70 70 70 70 66 61 59
Guizhou 64 62 60 56 53 49 45 43 35 35
Yunnan 58 58 58 58 58 56 53 51 55 60
Gansu 48 52 52 56 56 55 54 52 52 52

By GDP per capita ranking[edit]

GDP per capita ranking
List of Chinese provinces by GDP per capita ranking 2000 - 2017[2]
Provinces 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000
Beijing 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2
Shanghai 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1
Tianjin 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3
Jiangsu 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 6
Zhejiang 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 4 4
Fujian 6 6 7 8 9 9 9 10 9 7
Guangdong 7 7 8 9 8 8 7 7 6 5
Shandong 8 9 10 10 10 10 10 9 7 9
Inner Mongolia 9 8 6 6 6 5 6 6 10 15
Chongqing 10 10 11 12 12 12 12 14 18 18
Hubei 11 11 13 13 14 13 13 13 16 16
Shaanxi 12 13 14 14 13 14 15 15 23 23
Jilin 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 13 13
Liaoning 14 14 9 7 7 7 8 8 8 8
Ningxia 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 17 21 21
Hunan 16 16 16 17 19 20 20 20 20 20
Hainan 17 17 18 21 21 22 22 23 19 14
Henan 18 20 22 22 23 23 23 21 17 19
Hebei 19 19 19 18 16 15 14 12 11 11
Xinjiang 20 21 20 16 18 18 19 19 14 12
Sichuan 21 24 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 24
Qinghai 22 18 17 19 20 21 21 22 22 22
Jiangxi 23 23 24 25 26 25 24 24 24 25
Anhui 24 25 25 26 25 26 26 26 28 26
Shanxi 25 27 27 24 22 19 18 18 15 17
Heilongjiang 26 22 21 20 17 17 17 16 12 10
Tibet 27 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 25 29
Guangxi 28 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 28
Guizhou 29 29 29 30 31 31 31 31 31 31
Yunnan 30 30 30 29 29 29 30 30 29 27
Gansu 31 31 31 31 30 30 29 29 30 30

Appendix[edit]

Historical GDP per capita of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan
Historical GDP per capita of Hong Kong SAR
Historical GDP per capita of Hong Kong SAR
(based on IMF WEO April 2019)[3]
Year HK$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l$.)
2018 380,263 48,517 64,216
2017 359,166 46,091 61,529
2016 337,615 43,496 58,433
2015 328,096 42,322 57,091
2014 311,600 40,182 55,602
2013 296,538 38,230 53,412
2012 284,069 36,620 51,195
2011 272,091 34,951 49,819
2010 251,887 32,422 46,937
2009 237,157 30,594 43,801
2008 245,191 31,488 44,774
2007 237,916 30,495 43,163
2006 217,741 28,028 39,676
2005 206,517 26,552 36,330
2004 193,735 24,874 33,002
2003 185,782 23,856 29,711
2002 192,890 24,731 28,466
2001 196,298 25,167 27,548
2000 199,285 25,574 26,881
1999 193,737 24,969 24,694
1998 198,693 25,649 23,943
1997 210,702 27,215 25,413
1996 191,028 24,699 23,955
1995 177,220 22,909 23,107
1994 170,323 22,039 22,653
1993 154,132 19,925 21,339
1992 136,129 17,586 19,996
1991 118,047 15,190 18,632
1990 103,453 13,281 17,238
1989 93,041 11,928 16,074
1988 81,602 10,454 15,270
1987 70,035 8,981 13,773
1986 57,186 7,328 11,920
1985 50,211 6,445 10,642
1984 47,903 6,127 10,374
1983 40,329 5,551 9,240
1982 37,002 6,096 8,531
1981 33,274 5,953 7,929
1980 28,185 5,664 6,791
Historical GDP per capita of Macao SAR
Historical GDP per capita of Macao SAR
(based on IMF WEO April 2019)[3]
Year MOP$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l$.)
2018 665,072 82,388 116,808
2017 621,329 77,415 110,592
2016 561,878 70,278 100,187
2015 560,009 70,133 99,667
2014 694,860 86,998 127,869
2013 677,967 84,860 133,020
2012 590,753 73,938 122,711
2011 528,166 65,868 115,105
2010 407,481 50,921 93,506
2009 316,301 39,615 75,175
2008 305,462 38,087 72,682
2007 273,895 34,084 70,378
2006 230,487 28,806 62,762
2005 200,034 24,970 56,997
2004 183,556 22,881 53,545
2003 147,158 18,347 42,604
2002 133,537 16,623 37,987
2001 125,414 15,611 34,656
Historical GDP per capita of Taiwan Area
Historical GDP per capita of Taiwan Area
(based on IMF WEO April 2019)[3]
Year TW$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l$.)
2018 753,177 24,971 53,023
2017 742,481 24,390 50,593
2016 729,670 22,573 48,230
2015 713,886 22,374 47,093
2014 687,550 22,639 46,337
2013 651,624 21,888 43,832
2012 629,912 21,270 42,252
2011 616,243 20,912 40,777
2010 609,582 19,262 38,583
2009 560,631 16,960 34,537
2008 570,861 18,103 34,947
2007 583,973 17,781 34,157
2006 552,567 16,985 31,340
2005 531,052 16,503 28,934
2004 513,446 15,361 26,714
2003 485,118 14,094 24,516
2002 474,268 13,716 23,202
2001 453,379 13,408 21,746
2000 464,668 14,877 21,676
1999 444,298 13,768 20,089
1998 427,804 12,787 18,695
1997 400,925 13,968 17,891
1996 373,353 13,597 16,742
1995 346,327 13,076 15,607
1994 320,355 12,109 14,475
1993 295,557 11,201 13,299
1992 269,902 10,726 12,276
1991 243,803 9,092 11,189
1990 219,608 8,178 10,088
1989 200,087 7,577 9,317
1988 181,179 6,338 8,327
1987 169,580 5,325 7,533
1986 152,078 4,010 6,595
1985 131,306 3,295 5,856
1984 126,848 3,203 5,485
1983 115,484 2,882 4,882
1982 104,689 2,676 4,373
1981 99,211 2,692 3,999
1980 85,225 2,368 3,474

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Notes[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ GDP-2018 is quarterly data ("China NBS data - regional - quarterly data" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. April 1, 2019. Retrieved April 14, 2019.); The average exchange rate in 2018 is CN¥ 6.6174 per US dollar ("Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2018 National Economic and Social Development" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. 2019-02-28. Retrieved April 14, 2019.); The average exchange rate in 2018 is CNY3.5102 per Int'l. dollar according to the World Economic Outlook Database April 2019 ("Download WEO Data: April 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved April 14, 2019.); The population of provinces are official figures published on the provincial Statistical Communiqué on the 2018 National Economic and Social Development.
  2. ^ a b c d e All the figures of historical GDP per capita based on mid-year population are at the current price, according to China NBS national data ("China NBS national data" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. April 1, 2019. Retrieved April 14, 2019.) The historical exchange rates of Chinese yuan to US dollar are based on China Statistical Yearbook "China Statistical Yearbook (Annual Data)" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. Retrieved April 12, 2019. The historical exchange rates of Chinese yuan to Int'l. dollar are based on IMF World Economic Outlook (IMF WEO) Database "Download WEO Data: April 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved April 14, 2019.
  3. ^ a b c All gdp data for Hong Kong, Taiwan Area and Macao is based on IMF WEO April 2019 ("Download WEO Data: April 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved April 17, 2019.)

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