List of prefecture-level cities by GDP per capita

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This list ranks the prefecture-level cities 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.

2015 List[edit]

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List of top municipalities and prefecture-level divisions by GDP per capita over US$10,000 in 2015
Rank cities CNY US$ PPP Province
1 Ordos 207,682 33,344 59,920 Inner Mongolia[1]
2 Karamay 171,909 27,601 49,599 Xinjiang[2]
3 Dongying 164,387 26,394 47,428 Shandong[3]
4 Shenzhen 162,382 26,071 46,849 Guangdong[4]
5 Guangzhou 138,378 22,218 39,924 Guangdong[4]
6 Suzhou 136,947 21,988 39,511 Jiangsu[5]
7 Baotou 135,108 21,692 38,981 Inner Mongolia[1]
8 Alxa League 133,906 21,499 38,634 Inner Mongolia[1]
9 Wuxi 131,048 21,040 37,809 Jiangsu[5]
10 Zhuhai 125,448 20,141 36,193 Guangdong[4]
11 Nanjing 118,314 18,996 34,136 Jiangsu[5]
12 Changsha 116,394 18,688 33,582 Hunan[6]
13 Hangzhou 113,063 18,153 32,621 Zhejiang[7]
14 Changzhou 112,291 18,029 32,398 Jiangsu[5]
15 Dalian 111,358 17,879 32,129 Liaoning[8]
16 Zhenjiang 110,440 17,732 31,864 Jiangsu[5]
17 Wuhai 110,036 17,667 31,747 Inner Mongolia[1]
18 Tianjin 109,033 17,506 31,458 Tianjin
19 Foshan 108,888 17,483 31,416 Guangdong[4]
20 Weihai 106,848 17,155 30,827 Shandong[3]
21 Beijing 106,751 17,139 30,800 Beijing
22 Wuhan 105,974 17,015 30,575 Hubei[9]
23 Shanghai 102,920 16,524 29,694 Shanghai
24 Qingdao 102,806 16,506 29,661 Shandong[3]
25 Ningbo 102,567 16,468 29,592 Zhejiang[7]
26 Hohhot 101,977 16,373 29,422 Inner Mongolia[1]
27 Daqing 101,708 16,330 29,344 Heilongjiang[10]
28 Tongling 97,737 15,692 28,199 Anhui[11]
29 Xilingol League 96,367 15,472 27,803 Inner Mongolia[1]
30 Zhoushan 95,524 15,336 27,560 Zhejiang[7]
31 Zhongshan 94,279 15,137 27,201 Guangdong[4]
32 Yantai 92,057 14,780 26,560 Shandong[3]
33 Xiamen 90,971 14,606 26,247 Fujian[12]
34 Shaoxing 90,127 14,770 26,003 Zhejiang[7]
35 Yangzhou 89,704 14,402 25,881 Jiangsu[7]
36 Zibo 89,495 14,369 25,821 Shandong[3]
37 Panjin 88,171 14,156 25,438 Liaoning[8]
38 Shenyang 87,854 14,105 25,348 Liaoning[8]
39 Haixi 87,030 13,973 25,110 Qinghai[13]
40 Jinan 86,321 13,859 24,905 Shandong[3]
41 Nantong 84,248 13,527 24,307 Jiangsu[5]
42 Yichang 82,466 13,240 23,792 Hubei[9]
43 Xinyu 81,564 13,096 23,533 Jiangxi[14]
44 Taizhou 78,807 12,653 22,737 Jiangsu[5]
45 Jiayuguan 78,740 12,653 22,718 Gansu[15]
46 Tangshan 78,565 12,614 22,667 Hebei[16]
47 Zhengzhou 78,004 12,524 22,505 Henan[17]
48 Yulin 77,464 12,437 22,350 Shaanxi[18]
49 Jiaxing 76,960 12,356 22,204 Zhejiang[7]
50 Nanchang 76,333 12,256 22,023 Jiangxi[14]
51 Urumqi 75,921 12,189 21,904 Xinjiang[2]
52 Fuzhou 75,614 12,140 21,815 Fujian[12]
53 Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture 75,288 12,088 21,722 Xinjiang[2]
54 Dongguan 75,213 12,076 21,700 Guangdong[4]
55 Panzhihua 75,096 12,057 21,666 Sichuan[19]
56 Chengdu 74,862 12,020 21,599 Sichuan[19]
57 Hefei 73,549 11,809 21,220 Anhui[11]
58 Quanzhou 72,722 11,676 20,982 Fujian[12]
59 Changchun 72,592 11,655 20,944 Jilin[20]
60 Huzhou 71,137 11,421 20,524 Zhejiang[7]
61 Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture 71,015 11,402 20,489 Xinjiang[2]
62 Lhasa 69,621 11,177 20,087 Tibet[21]
63 Yinchuan 69,554 11,167 20,068 Ningxia[22]
64 Ezhou 68,947 11,070 19,892 Hubei[9]
65 Fangchenggang 68,361 10,976 19,723 Guangxi[23]
66 Sanming 68,249 10,958 19,690 Fujian[12]
67 Wuhu 67,938 10,908 19,601 Anhui[11]
68 Benxi 67,396 10,821 19,445 Liaoning[8]
69 Xian 67,343 10,812 19,430 Shaanxi[18]
70 Longyan 67,122 10,777 19,366 Fujian[12]
71 Huizhou 66,433 10,666 19,167 Guangdong[4]
72 Anshan 65,105 10,453 18,784 Liaoning[8]
73 Taiyuan 63,629 10,216 18,358 Shanxi[24]
74 Guiyang 63,458 10,189 18,309 Guizhou[25]
75 Hulunbuir 63,094 10,130 18,204 Inner Mongolia[26]
76 Jinhua 62,654 10,059 18,077 Zhejiang[27]
77 Shizuishan 62,430 10,024 18,012 Ningxia[22]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2015 figure of Inner Mongolian divisions is from Inner Mongolian Statistical Yearbook 2015(ISBN 978-7-89468-268-0/F.468)
  2. ^ a b c d GDP 2015 figure of Xinjiang divisions is from Xinjiang Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 9787503766329 )
  3. ^ a b c d e f GDP 2015 figure of Shandong divisions is from Shandong Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 9787503765841 )
  4. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2015 figure of Guangdong divisions is from Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-203-1/F.403 )
  5. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2015 figure of Jiangsu divisions is from Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-5037-6591-9 )
  6. ^ GDP 2015 figure of Hunan divisions is from Hunan Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-292-5/F·492 )
  7. ^ a b c d e f g GDP 2015 figure of Zhejiang divisions is from Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  8. ^ a b c d e GDP 2015 figure of Liaoning divisions is from Liaoning statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  9. ^ a b c GDP 2015 figure of Hubei divisions is from Hubei Statistical Yearbook 2015(ISBN 978-7-5037-6633-6 )
  10. ^ Cite error: The named reference Heilongjiang GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  11. ^ a b c GDP 2015 figure of Anhui divisions is from Anhui Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  12. ^ a b c d e GDP 2015 figure of Fujian divisions is from Fujian Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-5037-6614-5 )
  13. ^ GDP 2015 figure of Qinghai divisions is from Qinghai Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  14. ^ a b GDP 2015 figure of Jiangxi divisions is from Jiangxi Statistical Yearbook 2015(ISBN 978-7-5037-6648-0 )
  15. ^ GDP 2015 figure of Gansu divisions is from Gansu Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 978-7-89468-257-4/F.457 )
  16. ^ GDP 2015 figure of Hebei divisions is from Hebei Statistical Yearbook 2015( ISBN 9787503766930 )
  17. ^ Cite error: The named reference Henan GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  18. ^ a b GDP 2015 figure of Shaanxi divisions is from Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2012(ISBN 9787503765933 )
  19. ^ a b Cite error: The named reference Sichuan GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  20. ^ Cite error: The named reference JilinGDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  21. ^ Cite error: The named reference Tibet GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  22. ^ a b Cite error: The named reference Ningxia GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  23. ^ Cite error: The named reference Guangxi GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  24. ^ Cite error: The named reference Shanxi GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  25. ^ Cite error: The named reference Guizhou GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  26. ^ Cite error: The named reference Inner Mongolia GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  27. ^ Cite error: The named reference Zhenjiang GDP 2015 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).

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