List of Chinese prefecture-level cities by GDP

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This is a list of direct-controlled municipalities and provincial cities (in Mainland China) by gross domestic product (GDP).

Methodology[edit]

A listed city must have a GDP over US$ 200 billion in 2013(or CN¥1,238.64 billion). Shown here are 2013 GDP figures publicized in provincial-level Statistical Yearbooks or official statistical communiques.

All GDP figures are based on the national currency Chinese yuan (code:CN¥),for an easy comparison they are converted into US dollars according to official average annual exchange rates, purchasing power parity (PPP) according to comparison of IMF WEO figures.

Shanghai is the richest city by GDP in China
Beijing is the second richest city in the country
Hong Kong SAR has the third highest GDP of any city in China
Guangzhou, in Guangdong province, is the fourth largest city in China in economic terms
Shenzhen, also in Guangdong province, is the fifth richest Chinese city
Suzhou, in Jiangsu province is the Chinese city with the sixth highest GDP
Tianjin is the seventh richest city in China
Chongqing is the eighth city with the highest GDP in China
Wuhan in Hubei province is the ninth richest city in China
Chengdu in Sichuan province is the tenth richest city in Mainland China
Hangzhou in Zhejiang province is the eleventh richest city in Mainland China
Wuxi, is the twelfth richest city by GDP in Mainland China

2013 List[edit]

List of top cities by GDP over US$ 20 billions[1]
( figures in 2013, in mil. )
rank city CN¥ US$ Intl.$
(PPP)
Provinces
Shanghai 2,181,815 352,292 600,571 Shanghai[1]
Beijing 1,980,081 319,719 545,041 Beijing[1]
1 Guangzhou 1,542,014 248,985 424,458 Guangdong[2]
2 Shenzhen 1,450,023 234,131 399,137 Guangdong[2]
Tianjin 1,444,201 233,191 397,534 Tianjin[1]
3 Suzhou 1,301,570 210,161 358,273 Jiangsu[3]
Chongqing 1,278,326 206,408 351,875 Chongqing[1]
4 Chengdu 910,889 147,079 250,733 Sichuan[4]
5 Wuhan 905,127 146,149 249,147 Hubei[5]
6 Hangzhou 834,352 134,721 229,666 Zhejiang[6]
7 Wuxi 807,018 130,307 222,142 Jiangsu[3]
8 Nanjing 801,178 129,364 220,534 Jiangsu[3]
9 Qingdao 800,660 129,281 220,391 Shandong[7]
10 Dalian 765,079 123,535 210,597 Liaoning[8]
11 Shenyang 715,857 115,588 197,048 Liaoning[8]
12 Changsha 715,313 115,500 196,899 Hunan[9]
13 Ningbo 712,887 115,108 196,231 Zhejiang[6]
14 Foshan 701,017 113,191 192,963 Guangdong[2]
15 Zhengzhou 620,190 100,140 170,715 Henan[10]
16 Tangshan 612,121 98,838 168,494 Hebei[11]
17 Yantai 561,387 90,646 154,529 Shandong[7]
18 Dongguan 549,002 88,646 151,119 Guangdong[2]
19 Jinan 523,019 84,451 143,967 Shandong[7]
20 Quanzhou 521,800 84,254 143,632 Fujian[12]
21 Nantong 503,889 81,362 138,702 Jiangsu[3]
22 Harbin 501,081 80,908 137,929 Heilongjiang[13]
23 Changchun 500,318 80,785 137,719 Jilin[14]
24 Xi'an 488,413 78,863 134,442 Shaanxi[15]
25 Shijiazhuang 486,366 78,532 133,878 Hebei[11]
26 Fuzhou 467,849 75,542 128,781 Fujian[12]
27 Hefei 467,291 75,452 128,628 Anhui[16]
28 Xuzhou 443,582 71,624 122,101 Jiangsu[3]
29 Weifang 442,070 71,380 121,685 Shandong[7]
30 Changzhou 436,093 70,415 120,040 Jiangsu[3]
31 Daqing 418,150 67,518 115,101 Heilongjiang[13]
32 Wenzhou 400,386 64,649 110,211 Zhejiang[6]
33 Shaoxing 396,729 64,059 109,204 Zhejiang[6]
34 Ordos 395,590 63,875 108,891 Inner Mongolia[17]
35 Zibo 380,124 61,378 104,634 Shandong[7]
36 Jining 350,154 56,538 96,384 Shandong[7]
37 Yancheng 347,550 56,118 95,667 Jiangsu[3]
38 Baotou 342,475 55,299 94,270 Inner Mongolia[17]
39 Kunming 341,531 55,146 94,011 Yunnan[18]
40 Linyi 333,681 53,879 91,850 Shandong[7]
41 Nanchang 333,603 53,866 91,828 Jiangxi[19]
42 Yangzhou 325,201 52,509 89,516 Jiangsu[3]
43 Dongying 325,020 52,480 89,466 Shandong[7]
44 Taizhou 315,334 50,916 86,800 Zhejiang[6]
45 Jiaxing 314,766 50,824 86,643 Zhejiang[6]
46 Luoyang 313,614 50,638 86,326 Henan[10]
47 Handan 306,150 49,433 84,272 Hebei[11]
48 Xiamen 301,816 48,733 83,079 Fujian[12]
49 Cangzhou 301,299 48,650 82,936 Hebei[11]
50 Taizhou, Jiangsu 300,691 48,552 82,769 Jiangsu[3]
51 Jinhua 295,878 47,775 81,444 Zhejiang[6]
52 Zhenjiang 292,728 47,266 80,577 Jiangsu[3]
53 Baoding 290,431 46,895 79,945 Hebei[11]
54 Yulin 284,675 45,966 78,360 Shaanxi[15]
55 Yichang 281,807 45,503 77,571 Hubei[5]
56 Xiangyang 281,402 45,437 77,459 Hubei[5]
57 Tai'an 279,070 45,061 76,817 Shandong[7]
58 Hohhot 270,539 43,683 74,469 Inner Mongolia[17]
59 Huizhou 267,835 43,247 73,725 Guangdong[2]
60 Nanning 266,197 42,982 73,274 Guangxi[20]
61 Zhongshan 263,893 42,610 72,640 Guangdong[2]
62 Anshan 262,325 42,357 72,208 Liaoning[8]
63 Jilin City 261,741 42,263 72,047 Jilin[14]
64 Weihai 254,969 41,169 70,183 Shandong[7]
65 Nanyang 250,000 40,367 68,816 Henan[10]
66 Dezhou 246,059 39,731 67,731 Shandong[7]
67 Yueyang 243,551 39,326 67,040 Hunan[9]
68 Taiyuan 241,287 38,960 66,417 Shanxi[21]
69 Ürümqi 240,000 38,752 66,063 Xinjiang[22]
70 Liaocheng 236,587 38,201 65,123 Shandong[7]
71 Changde 226,494 36,571 62,345 Hunan[9]
72 Zhangzhou 223,602 36,104 61,549 Fujian[12]
73 Hengyang 216,944 35,029 59,716 Hunan[9]
74 Maoming 216,017 34,880 59,461 Guangdong[2]
75 Huaian 215,586 34,810 59,343 Jiangsu[3]
76 Binzhou 215,573 34,808 59,339 Shandong[7]
77 Wuhu 209,953 33,901 57,792 Anhui[16]
78 Guiyang 208,542 33,673 57,404 Guizhou[23]
79 Zhanjiang 206,001 33,262 56,704 Guangdong[2]
80 Heze 205,001 33,101 56,429 Shandong[7]
81 Liuzhou 201,005 32,456 55,329 Guangxi[20]
82 Jiangmen 200,018 32,296 55,057 Guangdong[2]
83 Zhuzhou 194,943 31,477 53,660 Hunan[9]
84 Langfang 194,313 31,375 53,487 Hebei[11]
85 Xuchang 190,330 30,732 52,391 Henan[10]
86 Xianyang 186,039 30,039 51,210 Shaanxi[15]
87 Zaozhuang 183,063 29,559 50,390 Shandong[7]
88 Huzhou 180,315 29,115 49,634 Zhejiang[6]
89 Lianyungang 178,542 28,829 49,146 Jiangsu[3]
90 Tongliao 178,180 28,770 49,046 Inner Mongolia[17]
91 Lanzhou 177,628 28,681 48,894 Gansu[24]
92 Xinxiang 176,600 28,515 48,611 Henan[10]
93 Zhoukou 175,340 28,312 48,264 Henan[10]
94 Jiaozuo 170,736 27,568 46,997 Henan[10]
95 Suqian 170,628 27,551 46,967 Jiangsu[3]
96 Chifeng 168,615 27,226 46,413 Inner Mongolia[17]
97 Chenzhou 168,552 27,216 46,396 Hunan[9]
98 Anyang 168,400 27,191 46,354 Henan[10]
99 Ganzhou 167,331 27,019 46,060 Jiangxi[19]
100 Zhuhai 166,238 26,842 45,759 Guangdong[2]
101 Zhaoqing 166,007 26,805 45,695 Guangdong[2]
102 Guilin 165,790 26,770 45,636 Guangxi[20]
103 Songyuan 165,048 26,650 45,432 Jilin[14]
104 Jieyang 160,535 25,921 44,189 Guangdong[2]
105 Xingtai 160,458 25,909 44,168 Hebei[11]
106 Jiujiang 160,173 25,863 44,090 Jiangxi[19]
107 Zunyi 158,467 25,587 43,620 Guizhou[23]
108 Qujing 158,394 25,575 43,600 Yunnan[18]
109 Xinyang 158,116 25,531 43,523 Henan[10]
110 Shantou 156,590 25,284 43,103 Guangdong[2]
111 Pingdingshan 155,690 25,139 42,856 Henan[10]
112 Baoji 154,591 24,961 42,553 Shaanxi[15]
113 Shangqiu 153,820 24,837 42,341 Henan[10]
114 Yingkou 151,311 24,432 41,650 Liaoning[8]
115 Rizhao 150,016 24,223 41,294 Shandong[7]
116 Zhumadian 149,813 24,190 41,238 Henan[10]
117 Longyan 147,990 23,896 40,736 Fujian[12]
118 Sanming 147,759 23,858 40,672 Fujian[12]
119 Mianyang 145,512 23,495 40,054 Sichuan[4]
120 Xiangtan 144,306 23,301 39,722 Hunan[9]
121 Hulunbuir 143,081 23,103 39,385 Inner Mongolia[17]
122 Anqing 141,824 22,900 39,039 Anhui[16]
123 Shangrao 140,131 22,627 38,573 Jiangxi[19]
124 Deyang 139,594 22,540 38,425 Sichuan[4]
125 Yichun 138,707 22,397 38,181 Jiangxi[19]
126 Yan'an 135,414 21,865 37,274 Shaanxi[15]
127 Panjin 135,106 21,815 37,190 Liaoning[8]
128 Weinan 134,901 21,782 37,133 Shaanxi[15]
129 Jinzhou 134,493 21,716 37,021 Liaoning[8]
130 Yibin 134,289 21,683 36,965 Sichuan[4]
131 Putian 134,286 21,683 36,964 Fujian[12]
132 Fushun 134,045 21,644 36,898 Liaoning[8]
133 Jingzhou 133,493 21,555 36,746 Hubei[5]
134 Changzhi 133,372 21,535 36,712 Shanxi[21]
135 Huanggang 133,255 21,516 36,680 Hubei[5]
136 Nanchong 132,855 21,452 36,570 Sichuan[4]
137 Kaifeng 132,739 21,433 36,538 Henan[10]
138 Zhangjiakou 131,702 21,266 36,253 Hebei[11]
139 Maanshan 129,302 20,878 35,592 Anhui[16]
140 Chengde 127,209 20,540 35,016 Hebei[11]
141 Dazhou 124,541 20,109 34,281 Sichuan[4]
142 Xiaogan 123,893 20,005 34,103 Hubei[5]
143 Ningde 123,872 20,001 34,097 Fujian[12]

Historical Data[edit]

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Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e the 2013 GDP figures of Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin and Chongqing are revisons based on China Economic Census 2013, see China NBS: National Data - Regional - annual by province; Nominal GDP is based on the official annual average exchange rate at CN¥ 6.1932 per US dollar; PPP GDP is based on IMF WEO Data October 2014, the average exchange rate is CN¥ 3.6329 per International dollar.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m GDP 2013 figure of Guangdong divisions is fromGuangdong Statisticlal Yearbook 2014
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m GDP 2013 figure of Jiangsu divisions is fromJiangsu Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  4. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2013 figure of Sichuan divisions is fromSichuan Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  5. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2013 figure of Hubei divisions is fromHubei Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP 2013 figure of Zhejiang divisions is fromZhejiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p GDP 2013 figure of Shandong divisions is fromShandong Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  8. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2013 figure of Liaoning divisions is from Liaoning Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  9. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2013 figure of Hunan divisions is from Hunan Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m GDP 2013 figure of Henan divisions is from Henan Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Hebei cities: Shijiazhuang, Handan, Cangzhou, Baoding, Langfang, Xingtai, Zhangjiakou, Chengde, Chengde (Chinese/中文)
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP 2013 figure of Fujian divisions is from Fujian Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  13. ^ a b see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Heilongjiang cities: Daqing, Harbin (Chinese/中文)
  14. ^ a b c see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Jilin cities: Jilin city, Changchun, Songyuan (Chinese/中文)
  15. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2013 figure of Shaanxi divisions is from Shaanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  16. ^ a b c d GDP 2013 figure of Anhui divisions is from Anhui Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  17. ^ a b c d e f see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Inner Mongolian cities: Baotou, Hohhot, Tongliao, Chifeng, Hulunbuir, (Chinese/中文)
  18. ^ a b see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Yunnan cities: Kunming, Qujing (Chinese/中文)
  19. ^ a b c d e GDP 2013 figure of Jiangxi divisions is from Jiangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese/English)
  20. ^ a b c GDP 2013 figure of Guangxi divisions is from Guangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  21. ^ a b see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Shanxi cities: Taiyuan, Changzhi (Chinese/中文)
  22. ^ GDP 2013 figure of Xinjiang divisions is from Xinjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2014(Chinese)
  23. ^ a b see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Guizhou cities: Guiyang, Zunyi (Chinese/中文)
  24. ^ see local Statistical Communiqué 2013 of Lanzhou city, Gansu: Lanzhou (Chinese/中文)
  25. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n GDP 2011 figure of Guangdong divisions is from Guangdong Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-203-1/F.403 )
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m GDP 2011 figure of Jiangsu divisions is from Jiangsu Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-5037-6591-9 )
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP 2011 figure of Zhejiang divisions is from Zhejiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 9787503766008 )
  28. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2011 figure of Sichuan divisions is from Sichuan Statistical Yearbook 2012 (ISBN 978-7-89468-249-9. /F·44 )
  29. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Hubei divisions is from Hubei Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 978-7-5037-6633-6 )
  30. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p GDP 2011 figure of Shandong divisions is from Shandong Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503765841 )
  31. ^ a b c d e f g h GDP 2011 figure of Liaoning divisions is from Liaoning Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-271-0/F.471 )
  32. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2011 figure of Hunan divisions is from Hunan Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-292-5/F·492 )
  33. ^ a b c d e f g h i j GDP 2011 figure of Hebei divisions is from Hebei Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766930 )
  34. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n GDP 2011 figure of Henan divisions is from Henan Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 7503766700 )
  35. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2011 figure of Fujian divisions is from Fujian Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-5037-6614-5 )
  36. ^ a b c GDP 2011 figure of Helongjiang divisions is from Heilongjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766329 )
  37. ^ a b c GDP 2011 figure of Jilin divisions is from Jilin Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766732 )
  38. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2011 figure of Shaanxi divisions is from Shaanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 9787503765933 )
  39. ^ a b c d GDP 2011 figure of Anhui divisions is from Anhui Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503765810 )
  40. ^ 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)
  41. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Jiangxi divisions is from Jiangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012(ISBN 978-7-5037-6648-0 )
  42. ^ a b GDP 2011 figure of Yunnan divisions is from Yunnan Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787541665929 )
  43. ^ a b c d GDP 2011 figure of Guangxi divisions is from Guangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-261-1 )
  44. ^ a b c d e GDP 2011 figure of Shanxi divisions is from Shanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-255-0 )
  45. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Xinjiang divisions is from Heilongjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 7503766875 )
  46. ^ a b GDP 2011 figure of Guizhou divisions is from Guizhou Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 9787503766800 )
  47. ^ GDP 2011 figure of Gansu divisions is from Gansu Statisticlal Yearbook 2012( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  48. ^ a b c d 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)
  49. ^ Original GDP figure of Hong Kong SAR is HK$ 1,743,858 mil. (revision, instead of the former 1,748,090 mil.) from Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department, It is converted into CN¥ 1,519,423 mil. ( CN¥ 0.8713 per HK$) or US$ 224,458 mil. (HK$ 7.7692 per US$).
  50. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n GDP figure of Guangdong cities is from Guangdong Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-203-1/F.403)
  51. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m GDP figure of Jiangsu cities is from Jiangsu Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-190-4/F.390)
  52. ^ 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)
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p GDP figure of Shandong cities is from Shandong Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-199-7/F.399)
  54. ^ a b c GDP figure of Hubei cities is from Hubei Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-213-0/F.413)
  55. ^ GDP figure of Chengdu is from Sichuan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6298-7)
  56. ^ a b c d GDP figure of Liaoning cities is from Liaoning Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-219-2/F.419)
  57. ^ a b c d e f GDP figure of Hunan cities is from Hunan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-208-6/F.408)
  58. ^ a b c d e f g GDP figure of Hebei cities is from Hebei Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-232-1/F.432)
  59. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l GDP figure of Henan cities is from Henan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-218-5/F.418)
  60. ^ a b GDP figure of Heilongjiang cities is from Heilongjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978 7 5037-6326-7)
  61. ^ a b c d GDP figure of Fujian cities is from Fujian Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6288-8)
  62. ^ a b c GDP figure of Jilin cities is from Jilin Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6320-5)
  63. ^ a b c GDP figure of Shaanxi cities is from Shaanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-194-2/F.394)
  64. ^ a b GDP figure of Anhui cities is from Anhui Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-206-2/F.406)
  65. ^ a b c d e GDP figure of Inner Mongolian cities is from Inner Mongolian Statistical Yearbook 2011 (ISBN 978-7-5037-6335-9. /F.413)
  66. ^ a b c GDP figure of Jiangxi cities is from Jiangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-202-4/F.402)
  67. ^ a b GDP figure of Yunnan cities is from Yunnan Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-5037-6302-1)
  68. ^ a b c GDP figure of Guangxi cities is from Guangxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-217-8/F.417)
  69. ^ GDP figure of Taiyuan is from Shanxi Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-193-5)
  70. ^ GDP figure of Ürümqi is from Xinjiang Statisticlal Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-210-9/F.410)
  71. ^ GDP figure of Guiyang is from Guizhou Statisticlal Yearbook 2011
  72. ^ GDP figure of Lanzhou is from Gansu Development Yearbook 2011(ISBN 978-7-89468-224-6/F·424)