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]

2016 data[edit]

Chinese administrative divisions by nominal GDP per capita in 2014.
2016 GDP per capita (based on end-year population)
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.6423 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.4730 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2017)[1]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP (US$)
(in billions)
End-year
population
(in millions)
China 53,980 8,127 15,543 100 11,203.4 1,382.71
Tianjin 1 115,617 17,406 33,290 212 269.3 15.62
Beijing 2 114,590 17,252 32,995 212 374.9 21.73
Shanghai 3 113,719 17,120 32,744 210 413.5 24.20
Jiangsu 4 95,259 14,342 27,428 176 1,145.5 79.99
Zhejiang 5 83,538 12,577 24,054 155 699.9 55.90
Inner Mongolia 6 74,069 11,152 21,327 137 280.5 25.20
Fujian 7 73,951 11,134 21,293 137 429.4 38.74
Guangdong 8 73,290 11,034 21,103 135 1,197.1 109.99
Shandong 9 70,498 10,613 20,299 125 1,008.9 99.47
Chongqing 10 57,599 8,672 16,585 107 264.4 30.48
Hubei 11 54,882 8,263 15,802 102 486.3 58.85
Jilin 12 54,266 8,170 15,625 101 224.1 27.33
Shaanxi 13 50,395 7,587 14,511 93 288.5 38.13
Liaoning 14 50,340 7,579 14,495 93 331.8 43.78
Ningxia 15 46,919 7,064 13,510 87 47.4 6.75
Hunan 16 45,931 6,915 13,225 85 470.4 68.22
Hainan 17 44,252 6,662 12,742 82 60.9 9.17
Qinghai 18 43,531 6,554 12,534 81 38.7 5.93
Hebei 19 42,607 6,415 12,268 79 479.2 74.70
Henan 20 42,247 6,361 12,164 78 604.6 107.88
Heilongjiang 21 40,498 6,097 11,661 75 231.6 37.99
Xinjiang 22 40,427 6,087 11,640 75 144.8 23.98
Jiangxi 23 40,106 6,038 11,548 74 276.5 45.92
Sichuan 24 39,695 5,976 11,430 74 492.1 82.62
Anhui 25 39,092 5,886 11,256 72 363.1 70.27
Guangxi 26 37,712 5,678 10,859 70 274.7 48.38
Shanxi 27 35,199 5,299 10,135 65 194.6 36.82
Tibet 28 35,143 5,291 10,119 65 17.3 3.31
Guizhou 29 33,127 4,988 9,538 61 176.7 35.55
Yunnan 30 31,265 4,707 9,002 58 223.9 47.71
Gansu 31 27,458 4,134 7,906 51 107.7 26.10

2015 data[edit]

Chinese administrative divisions by nominal GDP per capita in 2014.
2015 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[2]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.2284 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5268 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2016)[3]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
China 50,251 8,068 14,248 100 68,905,100 1,371,220
Tianjin 1 107,960 17,334 30,611 216 1,653,819 15,319
Beijing 2 106,497 17,099 30,196 213 2,296,859 21,611
Shanghai 3 103,796 16,665 29,431 208 2,496,499 24,205
Jiangsu 4 87,995 14,128 24,950 176 7,011,638 79,682
Zhejiang 5 77,644 12,466 22,015 155 4,288,649 55,235
Inner Mongolia 6 71,101 11,416 20,160 142 1,803,279 25,079
Fujian 7 67,966 10,912 19,271 136 2,597,982 38,225
Guangdong 8 67,503 10,838 19,140 135 7,281,255 107,865
Liaoning 9 65,354 10,493 18,531 131 2,874,339 43,867
Shandong 10 64,168 10,302 18,194 128 6,300,233 98,183
Chongqing 11 52,321 8,400 14,835 105 1,571,972 30,040
Jilin 12 51,852 8,325 14,702 104 1,427,411 27,528
Hubei 13 50,654 8,133 14,363 103 2,955,019 58,338
Shaanxi 14 48,023 7,710 13,617 97 1,817,186 37,840
Ningxia 15 43,805 7,033 12,421 89 291,177 6,647
Hunan 16 42,968 6,899 12,183 87 2,904,721 67,601
Qinghai 17 41,252 6,623 11,697 84 241,705 5,859
Hainan 18 40,818 6,554 11,574 83 370,276 9,072
Hebei 19 40,255 6,463 11,414 82 2,980,611 74,043
Xinjiang 20 40,034 6,428 11,351 81 932,480 23,292
Heilongjiang 21 39,352 6,318 11,158 80 1,508,367 38,330
Henan 22 39,131 6,283 11,095 79 3,701,025 94,580
Sichuan 23 36,836 5,914 10,445 75 3,010,310 81,721
Jiangxi 24 36,724 5,896 10,413 74 1,672,378 45,539
Anhui 25 35,997 5,779 10,207 73 2,200,560 61,133
Guangxi 26 35,190 5,650 9,978 71 1,680,312 47,750
Shanxi 27 34,919 5,606 9,901 70 1,280,258 36,560
Tibet 28 31,999 5,138 9,073 64 102,639 3,208
Guizhou 29 29,847 4,792 8,463 60 1,050,256 35,188
Yunnan 30 28,806 4,625 8,168 58 1,371,788 47,279
Gansu 31 26,165 4,201 7,419 52 679,032 25,952

Historical data[edit]

2014[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. ^ According World Economic Outlook Database April 2017 (IMF-WEO April 2017), PPP rate is CNY 3.5268 per Int'l.dollar; according Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2016 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.6423 per US dollar (the average exchange rate of the year was 6.6423 RMB to 1 USD).
  2. ^ Population: ⑴ Figure of mid-year population is the average number of the current year and the last year-end population. all the population data of 2015 publicated on statistical communiqué of provinces on the 2015 National Economic and Social Development are from sample surveys. ⑵data before 2014 (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)
  3. ^ 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).
  4. ^ 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. 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)
  5. ^ 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 int'l. dollar, according to IMF-WEO (April 2015).
  6. ^ 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 int'l. dollar) are from IMF-WEO (Oct. 2014)
  7. ^ 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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