List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP

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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 U.S. 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 People's Republic of China.[1]

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

Map of Chinese provinces by GDP (PPP) 2019 in billions USD

  >$2 trillion   $1 trillion - $2 trillion   $500 billion - $1.0 trillion   $200 - $500 billion   <$200 billion

2019[edit]

List of Chinese provinces by 2019 GDP (in billions of GDP)[2]
preliminary estimation; average rate: CN¥ 6.8985 per U.S. dollar[3];
CN¥4.223 per Int'l. dollar (according to World Bank 2019 on july 2020 publication[4])
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l. $)
real
growth
(%)
Share
(%)
China (mainland) 99,086.50 14,363.48 23,459.39 6.1 100
Guangdong 1 10,767.11 1,560.79 2,549.27 6.2 10.87
Jiangsu 2 9,963.15 1,444.25 2,358.92 6.1 10.06
Shandong 3 7,106.75 1,030.19 1,682.63 5.5 7.17
Zhejiang 4 6,235.17 903.84 1,476.26 6.8 6.29
Henan 5 5,425.92 786.54 1,284.67 7.0 5.48
Sichuan 6 4,661.58 675.74 1,103.70 7.5 4.70
Hubei 7 4,582.83 664.32 1,085.45 7.5 4.63
Fujian 8 4,239.50 614.55 1,003.76 7.6 4.28
Hunan 9 3,975.21 576.24 941.18 7.6 4.01
Shanghai 10 3,815.53 553.10 903.39 6.0 3.85
Anhui 11 3,711.40 538.00 878.72 7.5 3.75
Beijing 12 3,537.13 512.74 837.47 6.1 3.57
Hebei 13 3,510.45 508.87 831.15 6.8 3.54
Shaanxi 14 2,579.32 373.90 610.69 6.0 2.60
Liaoning 15 2,490.95 361.09 589.78 5.5 2.51
Jiangxi 16 2,475.75 358.88 586.17 8.0 2.50
Chongqing 17 2,360.58 342.19 558.91 6.3 2.38
Yunnan 18 2,322.38 336.65 549.86 8.1 2.34
Guangxi 19 2,123.71 307.85 502.82 6.0 2.14
Inner Mongolia 20 1,721.25 249.51 407.53 5.2 1.74
Shanxi 21 1,702.67 246.82 403.14 6.2 1.72
Guizhou 22 1,676.93 243.09 397.04 8.3 1.69
Tianjin 23 1,410.43 204.45 333.93 4.8 1.42
Heilongjiang 24 1,361.27 197.33 322.30 4.2 1.37
Xinjiang 25 1,359.71 197.10 321.93 6.2 1.37
Jilin 26 1,172.68 169.99 277.65 3.0 1.18
Gansu 27 871.83 126.38 206.42 6.2 0.88
Hainan 28 530.89 76.96 125.70 5.8 0.54
Ningxia 29 374.85 54.34 88.76 6.5 0.38
Qinghai 30 296.60 42.99 70.21 6.3 0.30
Tibet 31 169.78 24.61 40.19 8.1 0.17
Non–specific areas 553.19 80.19 130.97 0.56


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 .[1]

Appendix
Historical GDP of Hong Kong SAR
Historical GDP of Hong Kong SAR(in million)
(based on IMF WEO October 2019)[1]
Year HK$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2019 2,921,247 372,989 490,880
2018 2,845,320 363,031 480,494
2017 2,662,530 341,679 456,118
2016 2,490,620 320,877 431,063
2015 2,398,280 309,359 417,319
2014 2,260,010 291,438 403,274
2013 2,138,310 275,673 385,146
2012 2,037,060 262,601 367,119
2011 1,934,430 248,484 354,188
2010 1,776,330 228,644 331,004
2009 1,659,250 214,048 306,451
2008 1,707,490 219,279 311,800
2007 1,650,760 211,583 299,479
2006 1,503,350 193,515 273,935
2005 1,412,130 181,556 248,418
2004 1,316,950 169,085 224,339
2003 1,256,670 161,370 200,973
2002 1,297,340 166,336 191,458
2001 1,321,140 169,381 185,405
2000 1,337,500 171,643 180,414
1999 1,285,950 165,734 163,908
1998 1,308,070 168,858 157,624
1997 1,373,080 177,349 165,612
1996 1,235,300 159,718 154,905
1995 1,119,010 144,652 145,906
1994 1,049,610 135,812 139,596
1993 931,008 120,354 128,897
1992 807,128 104,272 118,562
1991 691,323 88,960 109,116
1990 599,258 76,929 99,853
1989 536,559 68,790 92,700
1988 466,077 59,708 87,217
1987 394,771 50,623 77,638
1986 320,526 41,076 66,814
1985 278,127 35,700 58,949
1984 261,992 33,511 56,737
1983 217,282 29,907 49,781
1982 196,005 32,291 45,187
1981 173,577 31,055 41,364
1980 143,620 28,862 34,607
Historical GDP of Macau SAR
Historical GDP of Macau SAR(in million)
(based on IMF WEO October 2019)[1]
Year MOP$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2019 445,328 55,136 77,700
2018 440,316 54,545 77,334
2017 405,790 50,559 72,228
2016 362,355 45,322 64,610
2015 362,214 45,362 64,465
2014 442,070 55,348 81,350
2013 411,865 51,552 80,810
2012 343,818 43,032 71,418
2011 294,347 36,708 64,148
2010 225,052 28,124 51,643
2009 171,467 21,475 40,752
2008 167,760 20,917 39,917
2007 147,383 18,341 37,870
2006 118,338 14,790 32,224
2005 96,872 12,092 27,602
2004 84,920 10,586 24,772
2003 65,733 8,195 19,031
2002 58,825 7,323 16,734
2001 54,718 6,811 15,120

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 or billions. 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.[5]

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 c d All gdp data for Hong Kong, Macao is based on IMF WEO October 2019 ("Download WEO Data: October 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved April 17, 2019.)
  2. ^ GDP-2019 is a preliminary data, and GDP-2018 is a revision based on the 2018 CASEN: "Home - Regional - Quarterly by Province" (Press release). China NBS. April 15, 2020. Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  3. ^ The average rate of Chinese yuan to US dollar in 2019 is according to the Statistical Communiqué of the People's Republic of China on the 2019 National Economic and Social Development: The average exchange rate of the year was 6.8985 RMB to 1 USD dollar, depreciated by 4.1 percent over that of 2018. "Statistical Communiqué of the People's Republic of China on the 2019 National Economic and Social Development" (Press release). China NBS. February 28, 2020. Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  4. ^ the historical PPP GDP figures of Mainland China and exchange rates of Chinese yuan to Int'l. dollar are based on the World Bank 2019 "World Bank, July 2020" (PDF) (Press release). World Bank. Retrieved July 22, 2020.
  5. ^ 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.