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) in Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) terms.

Methodology[edit]

Shown here are 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 biggest city by GDP in China
Beijing is the second biggest Chinese city in terms of GDP
Shenzhen, in Guangdong province, is the third biggest Chinese city in GDP terms
Hong Kong SAR has the fourth highest GDP of all cities in China
Guangzhou, also in Guangdong province, is the fourth largest city in China in economic terms
Chongqing is the fifth city with the highest GDP in China
Tianjin is the sixth richest city in China
Suzhou, in Jiangsu province is the Chinese city with the seventh highest GDP
Chengdu in Sichuan province is the eighth biggest city in Mainland China in GDP
Wuhan in Hubei province is the ninth biggest city in China in terms of GDP
Hangzhou in Zhejiang province is the tenth biggest city in Mainland China in GDP

2017 List[edit]

List of top municipalities and prefecture-level divisions by GDP over US$50 billions in 2017
(CN¥ 6.7518 per US dollar))[1]
rank cities provinces GDP (CNY)
(millions)
GDP (USD)
(millions)
GDPpc
(CNY)
GDPpc
(USD)
Shanghai[2] Shanghai 3,063,299 453,701 126,634 18,756
Beijing[2] Beijing 2,801,494 414,926 128,994 19,105
1 Shenzhen[3] Guangdong 2,417,908 341,679 311,197 32,091
Hong Kong[4] Hong Kong 2,309,796 333,097 183,544 37,180
Taipei[5] Taiwan 2,209,241 327,295 298,167 44,173
2 Guangzhou[4] Guangdong 2,150,315 318,480 150,678 22,317
Chongqing[2] Chongqing 1,942,473 287,697 63,442 9,396
Tianjin[2] Tianjin 1,854,919 274,730 118,944 17,617
3 Suzhou[6] Jiangsu 1,731,951 256,517 162,388 24,051
4 Chengdu[7] Sichuan 1,388,939 205,714 86,911 12,872
5 Wuhan[8] Hubei 1,341,034 198,619 158,937 23,540
6 Hangzhou[9] Zhejiang 1,260,336 186,667 135,113 20,011
7 Nanjing[6] Jiangsu 1,171,510 173,511 141,103 20,899
8 Qingdao[10] Shandong 1,102,411 163,277 119,215 17,657
9 Wuxi[6] Jiangsu 1,051,180 155,689 160,706 23,802
10 Changsha[11] Hunan 1,021,013 151,221 131,207 19,433
11 Ningbo[9] Zhejiang 984,206 145,769 123,955 18,359
12 Foshan[4] Guangdong 939,852 139,200 124,324 18,413
13 Zhengzhou[12] Henan 919,377 136,168 93,792 13,891
14 Nantong[6] Jiangsu 773,464 114,557 105,903 15,685
15 Dongguan[4] Guangdong 758,209 112,297 91,329 13,527
16 Quanzhou[13] Fujian 754,783 111,790 87,613 12,976
17 Xi'an[14] Shaanxi 747,189 110,665 78,368 11,607
18 Yantai[10] Shandong 734,353 108,764 103,771 15,369
19 Jinan[10] Shandong 715,163 105,922 98,275 14,555
20 Fuzhou[13] Fujian 708,552 104,943 93,047 13,781
21 Hefei[15] Anhui 700,305 103,721 88,456 13,101
22 Dalian[16] Liaoning 698,980 103,525 100,033 14,816
23 Changzhou[6] Jiangsu 661,842 98,025 140,435 20,800
24 Xuzhou[6] Jiangsu 660,595 97,840 75,611 11,199
25 Tangshan[17] Hebei 653,010 96,716 82,971 12,289
26 Changchun[18] Jilin 649,502 96,197 86,465 12,806
27 Harbin[19] Heilongjiang 625,718 92,674 57,193 8,471
28 Weifang[10] Shandong 585,493 86,717 62,553 9,265
29 Shenyang[16] Liaoning 578,470 85,676 69,754 10,331
30 Shijiazhuang[17] Hebei 548,600 81,252 53,799 7,968
31 Wenzhou[9] Zhejiang 541,159 80,150 58,854 8,717
32 Yancheng[6] Jiangsu 508,269 75,279 70,216 10,400
33 Shaoxing[9] Zhejiang 507,837 75,215 101,588 15,046
34 Yangzhou[6] Jiangsu 506,492 75,016 112,559 16,671
35 Nanchang[20] Jiangxi 500,319 74,102 92,353 13,678
36 Kunming[21] Yunnan 485,764 71,946 71,906 10,650
37 Zibo[10] Shandong 477,136 70,668 101,569 15,043
38 Taizhou, Jiangsu[6] Jiangsu 474,453 70,271 102,058 15,116
39 Jining[10] Shandong 463,677 68,675 55,430 8,210
40 Taizhou, Zhejiang[9] Zhejiang 438,822 64,993 71,950 10,656
41 Jiaxing[9] Zhejiang 438,052 64,879 94,510 13,998
42 Xiamen[13] Fujian 435,172 64,453 109,753 16,255
43 Linyi[10] Shandong 433,011 64,133 41,227 6,106
44 Luoyang[12] Henan 429,019 63,541 62,982 9,328
45 Nanning[22] Guangxi 411,883 61,003 57,948 8,583
46 Xiangyang[8] Hubei 406,490 60,205 68,535 10,151
47 Zhenjiang[6] Jiangsu 401,036 59,397 125,962 18,656
48 Yichang[8] Hubei 385,717 57,128 98,076 14,526
49 Jinhua[9] Zhejiang 384,862 57,001 69,445 10,285
50 Huizhou[4] Guangdong 383,058 56,734 80,205 11,879
51 Dongying[10] Shandong 381,435 56,494 177,962 26,358
52 Baotou[23] Inner mongolia 375,303 55,586 130,877 19,384
53 Cangzhou[17] Hebei 364,340 53,962 48,384 7,166
54 Erdos[23] Inner mongolia 357,981 53,020 173,609 25,713
55 Tai'an[10] Shandong 357,839 52,999 63,433 9,395
56 Guiyang[24] Guizhou 353,796 52,400 74,493 11,033
57 Zhangzhou[13] Fujian 352,853 52,261 69,528 10,298
58 Weihai[10] Shandong 351,291 52,029 124,463 18,434
59 Zhongshan[4] Guangdong 343,031 50,806 105,711 15,657
60 Taiyuan Shanxi 338,218 50,093 77,536 11,484
61 Handan[17] Hebei 337,950 50,053 35,566 5,268

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Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nominal GDP is based on the official annual average exchange rate at CN¥ 6.7518 per US dollar;
  2. ^ a b c d The gdp and gdp per capita data of four direct-administered municipalities, according to China NBS national data ("China NBS national data" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. April 1, 2019. Retrieved May 8, 2019.) The average exchange rate is 6.7518 Chinese yuan per US dollar in 2017 "China Statistical Yearbook (Annual Data)" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  3. ^ The gdp and gdp per capita data for Hong kong and Macau SAR, according to IMF World Economic Outlook (IMF WEO) Database "Download WEO Data: April 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d e f All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guangdong is based on Guangdong Statistical Yearbook ("Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  5. ^ Parilla, Alan Berube, Jesus Leal Trujillo, Tao Ran, and Joseph (22 January 2015). "Global Metro Monitor". Brookings. Retrieved 18 July 2018.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jiangsu is based on Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook ("Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  7. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Sichuan is based on Sichuan Statistical Yearbook ("Sichuan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  8. ^ a b c All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hubei is based on Hubei Statistical Yearbook ("Hubei Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  9. ^ a b c d e f g All GDP2017 data of the cities in Zhejiang is based on Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook ("Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j All GDP2017 data of the cities in Shandong is based on Shandong Statistical Yearbook ("Shandong Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  11. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hunan is based on Hunan Statistical Yearbook ("Hunan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  12. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Henan is based on Henan Statistical Yearbook ("Henan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  13. ^ a b c d All GDP2017 data of the cities in Fujian is based on Fujian Statistical Yearbook ("Fujian Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  14. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Shaanxi is based on Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook ("Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  15. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Anhui is based on Anhui Statistical Yearbook ("Anhui Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  16. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Liaoning is based on Liaoning Statistical Yearbook ("Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  17. ^ a b c d All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hebei is based on Hebei Economic Yearbook ("Hebei Economic Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  18. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jilin is based on Jilin Statistical Yearbook ("Jilin Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  19. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Heilongjiang is based on Heilongjiang Statistical Yearbook ("Heilongjiang Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  20. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jiangxi is based on Jiangxi Statistical Yearbook ("Jiangxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  21. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Yunnan is based on Yunnan Statistical Yearbook ("Yunnan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  22. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guangxi is based on Guangxi Statistical Yearbook ("Guangxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  23. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Inner mongolia is based on Inner Mongolia Statistical Yearbook ("Inner Mongolia Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  24. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guizhou is based on Guizhou Statistical Yearbook ("Guizhou Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)