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List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP

Map of China's province-level divisions by GDP (in billions of currency units), according to 2014 National Bureau of Statistics figures

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 US 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 PRC but do not use the same currency, are listed after the main list for comparative purposes.[1]

All the CN¥ figures are from the National Bureau of Statistics of China.[2] Annual PPP rates are taken from the International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook databases.[2]

Map of Chinese provinces by Nominal GDP 2017 in billions USD

     >$1 trillion      $100 billion - $1 trillion      <$100 billion

Contents

2017Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2017 GDP[3]
average rate: CN¥ 6.7518 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5063 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data April 2018)[4]
(in billions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 82,712.17 12,250.39 23,589.29 6.9 100
Guangdong 1 8,987.92 1,331.19 2,563.36 7.5 10.87
Jiangsu 2 8,590.09 1,272.27 2,449.90 7.2 10.39
Shandong 3 7,267.82 1,076.43 2,072.79 7.4 8.79
Zhejiang 4 5,176.83 766.73 1,476.44 7.8 6.26
Henan 5 4,498.82 666.31 1,283.07 7.8 5.44
Sichuan 6 3,698.02 547.71 1,054.68 8.1 4.47
Hubei 7 3,652.30 540.94 1,041.64 7.8 4.42
Hebei 8 3,596.40 532.66 1,025.70 6.7 4.35
Hunan 9 3,459.06 512.32 986.53 8.0 4.18
Fujian 10 3,229.83 478.37 921.15 8.1 3.90
Shanghai 11 3,013.39 446.31 859.42 6.9 3.64
Beijing 12 2,800.04 414.71 798.57 6.7 3.39
Anhui 13 2,751.87 407.58 784.84 8.5 3.33
Liaoning 14 2,394.20 354.60 682.83 4.2 2.89
Shaanxi 15 2,189.88 324.34 624.56 8.0 2.65
Jiangxi 16 2,081.85 308.34 593.75 8.9 2.52
Guangxi 17 2,039.63 302.09 581.70 7.3 2.47
Chongqing 18 1,950.03 288.82 556.15 9.3 2.36
Tianjin 19 1,859.54 275.41 530.34 3.6 2.25
Yunnan 20 1,653.13 244.84 471.48 9.5 2.00
Heilongjiang 21 1,619.99 239.93 462.02 6.4 1.96
Inner Mongolia 22 1,610.32 238.50 459.26 4.0 1.95
Jilin 23 1,528.89 226.44 436.04 5.3 1.85
Shanxi 24 1,497.35 221.77 427.05 7.0 1.81
Guizhou 25 1,354.08 200.55 386.19 10.2 1.64
Xinjiang 26 1,092.01 161.74 311.44 7.6 1.32
Gansu 27 767.70 113.70 218.95 3.6 0.93
Hainan 28 446.25 66.09 127.27 7.0 0.54
Ningxia 29 345.39 51.16 98.51 7.8 0.42
Qinghai 30 264.28 39.14 75.37 7.3 0.32
Tibet 31 131.06 19.41 37.38 10.0 0.16

Historical DataEdit

2016Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2016 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2016 GDP[5]
average rate: CN¥ 6.6423 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5061 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data Oct. 2017)[6]
(in billions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 74,358.55 11,194.70 21,208.34 6.7 100
Guangdong 1 8,085.49 1,217.27 2,306.12 7.5 10.87
Jiangsu 2 7,738.83 1,165.08 2,207.25 7.8 10.40
Shandong 3 6,802.45 1,024.11 1,940.18 7.6 9.14
Zhejiang 4 4,725.14 711.37 1,347.69 7.6 6.35
Henan 5 4,047.18 609.30 1,154.33 8.1 5.44
Sichuan 6 3,293.45 495.83 939.35 7.8 4.43
Hubei 7 3,266.54 491.78 931.67 8.1 4.39
Hebei 8 3,207.05 482.82 914.70 6.8 4.31
Hunan 9 3,155.14 475.01 899.90 7.9 4.24
Fujian 10 2,881.06 433.74 821.73 8.4 3.87
Shanghai 11 2,817.87 424.23 803.70 6.9 3.79
Beijing 12 2,566.91 386.45 732.13 6.8 3.45
Anhui 13 2,440.76 367.46 696.15 8.7 3.28
Liaoning 14 2,224.69 334.93 634.52 -2.5 2.99
Shaanxi 15 1,939.96 292.06 553.31 7.6 2.61
Jiangxi 16 1,849.90 278.50 527.62 9.0 2.49
Guangxi 17 1,831.76 275.77 522.45 7.3 2.46
Inner Mongolia 18 1,812.81 272.92 517.05 7.2 2.44
Tianjin 19 1,788.54 269.27 510.12 9.1 2.40
Chongqing 20 1,774.06 267.09 505.99 10.7 2.38
Heilongjiang 21 1,538.61 231.64 438.84 6.1 2.07
Yunnan 22 1,478.84 222.64 421.79 8.7 1.99
Jilin 23 1,477.68 222.47 421.46 6.9 1.99
Shanxi 24 1,305.04 196.47 372.22 4.5 1.75
Guizhou 25 1,177.67 177.30 335.89 10.5 1.58
Xinjiang 26 964.97 145.28 275.23 7.6 1.30
Gansu 27 720.04 108.40 205.37 7.6 0.97
Hainan 28 405.32 61.02 115.60 7.5 0.54
Ningxia 29 316.86 47.70 90.37 8.1 0.43
Qinghai 30 257.25 38.73 73.37 8.0 0.35
Tibet 31 115.14 17.34 32.84 10.1 0.15
comparisons With world economies (based on the data of the IMF-WEO October 2017)
Nominal GDP 2016 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2016
(in billions of Nominal GDP, based on the data of the IMF-WEO October 2017)[5]
average rate: CN¥ 6.6423 per US dollar[6]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 11,194.70   United States 18,624.45   Japan 4,936.54
Guangdong 1 1,217.27   Spain 1,232.60   Mexico 1,046.93
Jiangsu 2 1,165.08   Spain 1,232.60   Mexico 1,046.93
Shandong 3 1,024.11   Mexico 1,046.93   Indonesia 932.45
Zhejiang 4 711.37   Netherlands 777.55    Switzerland 669.04
Henan 5 609.30   Saudi Arabia 646.44   Argentina 544.74
Sichuan 6 495.83   Sweden 511.00   Poland 469.32
Hubei 7 491.78   Sweden 511.00   Poland 469.32
Hebei 8 482.82   Sweden 511.00   Poland 469.32
Hunan 9 475.01   Sweden 511.00   Poland 469.32
Fujian 10 433.74   Belgium 466.56   Thailand 407.11
Shanghai 11 424.23   Belgium 466.56   Thailand 407.11
Beijing 12 386.45   Austria 386.59   Norway 370.56
Anhui 13 367.46   Norway 370.56   United Arab Emirates 348.74
Liaoning 14 334.93   United Arab Emirates 348.74   Egypt 332.35
Shaanxi 15 292.06   South Africa 294.90   Colombia 282.36
Jiangxi 16 278.50   Pakistan 278.91   Chile 247.03
Guangxi 17 275.77   Pakistan 278.91   Chile 247.03
Inner Mongolia 18 272.92   Pakistan 278.91   Chile 247.03
Tianjin 19 269.27   Pakistan 278.91   Chile 247.03
Chongqing 20 267.09   Pakistan 278.91   Chile 247.03
Heilongjiang 21 231.64   Venezuela 236.44   Bangladesh 228.39
Yunnan 22 222.64   Bangladesh 228.39   Portugal 204.65
Jilin 23 222.47   Bangladesh 228.39   Portugal 204.65
Shanxi 24 196.47   Vietnam 201.31   Czech Republic 195.33
Guizhou 25 177.30   New Zealand 181.71   Iraq 171.72
Xinjiang 26 145.28   Qatar 155.79   Kazakhstan 133.67
Gansu 27 108.40   Kuwait 110.87   Puerto Rico 105.04
Hainan 28 61.02   Myanmar 64.37   Syria 60.04
Ningxia 29 47.70   Lebanon 50.46   Tanzania 47.65
Qinghai 30 38.73   Democratic Republic of the Congo 39.32   Jordan 38.71
Tibet 31 17.34   Afghanistan 19.45   Bosnia and Herzegovina 16.57
PPP GDP 2016 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2016
(in millions of PPP GDP, based on data of IMF-WEO October 2017)[5]
average rate: CN¥ 3.5061 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[6]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 21,208.34   United States 18,624.45
Guangdong 1 2,306.12   Mexico 2,315.24   Italy 2,233.91
Jiangsu 2 2,207.25   Italy 2,233.91   Turkey 1,994.28
Shandong 3 1,940.18   Turkey 1,994.28   South Korea 1,933.53
Zhejiang 4 1,347.69   Iran 1,549.35   Australia 1,187.88
Henan 5 1,154.33   Thailand 1,164.71   Taiwan 1,132.72
Sichuan 6 939.35   Pakistan 986.26   Argentina 874.32
Hubei 7 931.67   Pakistan 986.26   Argentina 874.32
Hebei 8 914.70   Pakistan 986.26   Argentina 874.32
Hunan 9 899.90   Pakistan 986.26   Argentina 874.32
Fujian 10 821.73   Malaysia 863.35   Philippines 806.33
Shanghai 11 803.70   Philippines 806.33   South Africa 739.23
Beijing 12 732.13   South Africa 739.23   Colombia 688.64
Anhui 13 696.15   South Africa 739.23   Colombia 688.64
Liaoning 14 634.52   Iraq 652.33   Bangladesh 629.74
Shaanxi 15 553.31   Vietnam 595.37   Belgium 509.03
Jiangxi 16 527.62   Vietnam 595.37   Belgium 509.03
Guangxi 17 522.45   Vietnam 595.37   Belgium 509.03
Inner Mongolia 18 517.05   Vietnam 595.37   Belgium 509.03
Tianjin 19 510.12   Vietnam 595.37   Belgium 509.03
Chongqing 20 505.99   Belgium 509.03    Switzerland 502.74
Heilongjiang 21 438.84   Romania 441.63   Chile 438.32
Yunnan 22 421.79   Hong Kong 430.06   Austria 417.11
Jilin 23 421.46   Hong Kong 430.06   Austria 417.11
Shanxi 24 372.22   Peru 406.52   Norway 364.54
Guizhou 25 335.89   Ukraine 352.89   Qatar 327.62
Xinjiang 26 275.23   Denmark 275.26   Hungary 270.09
Gansu 27 205.37   Uzbekistan 205.64   Angola 185.97
Hainan 28 115.60   Ghana 120.86   Serbia 101.73
Ningxia 29 90.37   Panama 92.81   Ivory Coast 87.91
Qinghai 30 73.37   Uruguay 74.46     Nepal 71.82
Tibet 31 32.84   Burkina Faso 32.97   Brunei 32.76

2015Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2015 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2015 GDP[7]
average rate: CN¥ 6.2284 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5268 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data APR.2016)[8]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 6,890,510 11,063,050 19,537,569 6.9 100
Guangdong 1 7,281,255 1,169,041 2,064,550 8.0 10.76
Jiangsu 2 7,011,638 1,125,753 1,988,102 8.5 10.36
Shandong 3 6,300,233 1,011,533 1,786,388 8.0 9.31
Zhejiang 4 4,288,649 688,564 1,216,017 8.0 6.34
Henan 5 3,701,025 594,218 1,049,400 8.3 5.47
Sichuan 6 3,010,310 483,320 853,553 7.9 4.45
Hebei 7 2,980,611 478,552 845,132 6.8 4.40
Hubei 8 2,955,019 474,443 837,875 8.9 4.37
Hunan 9 2,904,721 466,367 823,614 8.6 4.29
Liaoning 10 2,874,339 461,489 814,999 3.0 4.25
Fujian 11 2,597,982 417,119 736,640 9.0 3.84
Shanghai 12 2,496,499 400,825 707,865 6.9 3.69
Beijing 13 2,296,859 368,772 651,259 6.9 3.39
Anhui 14 2,200,560 353,311 623,954 8.7 3.25
Shaanxi 15 1,817,186 291,758 515,251 8.0 2.69
Inner Mongolia 16 1,803,279 289,525 511,307 7.7 2.66
Guangxi 17 1,680,312 269,782 476,441 8.1 2.48
Jiangxi 18 1,672,378 268,508 474,191 9.1 2.47
Tianjin 19 1,653,819 265,529 468,929 9.3 2.44
Chongqing 20 1,571,972 252,388 445,722 11.0 2.32
Heilongjiang 21 1,508,367 242,176 427,687 5.7 2.23
Jilin 22 1,427,411 229,178 404,733 6.5 2.11
Yunnan 23 1,371,788 220,247 388,961 8.7 2.03
Shanxi 24 1,280,258 205,552 363,008 3.1 1.89
Guizhou 25 1,050,256 168,624 297,793 10.7 1.55
Xinjiang 26 932,480 149,714 264,398 8.8 1.38
Gansu 27 679,032 109,022 192,535 8.1 1.00
Hainan 28 370,276 59,450 104,989 7.8 0.55
Ningxia 29 291,177 46,750 82,561 8.0 0.43
Qinghai 30 241,705 38,807 68,534 8.2 0.36
Tibet 31 102,639 16,479 29,103 11.0 0.15
comparisons With world economies (based on the data of the IMF-WEO April 2016)
Nominal GDP 2015 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2015
(in millions of Nominal GDP, based on the data of the IMF-WEO April 2016)[7]
average rate: CN¥ 6.2284 per US dollar[8]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GGDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 10,982,829   United States 17,947,000   Japan 4,123,258
Guangdong 1 1,169,041   Spain 1,199,715   Mexico 1,144,334
Jiangsu 2 1,125,753   Mexico 1,144,334   Indonesia 858,953
Shandong 3 1,011,533   Mexico 1,144,334   Indonesia 858,953
Zhejiang 4 688,564   Turkey 733,642    Switzerland 664,603
Henan 5 594,218   Saudi Arabia 653,219   Argentina 585,623
Sichuan 6 483,320   Nigeria 490,207   Poland 474,893
Hebei 7 478,552   Nigeria 490,207   Poland 474,893
Hubei 8 474,443   Poland 474,893   Belgium 454,687
Hunan 9 466,367   Poland 474,893   Belgium 454,687
Liaoning 10 461,489   Poland 474,893   Belgium 454,687
Fujian 11 417,119   Belgium 454,687   Thailand 395,288
Shanghai 12 400,825   Belgium 454,687   Thailand 395,288
Beijing 13 368,772   Austria 374,124   United Arab Emirates 345,483
Anhui 14 353,311   Austria 374,124   United Arab Emirates 345,483
Shaanxi 15 291,758   Philippines 291,965   Pakistan 269,971
Inner Mongolia 16 289,525   Philippines 291,965   Pakistan 269,971
Guangxi 17 269,782   Pakistan 269,971   Chile 240,222
Jiangxi 18 268,508   Pakistan 269,971   Chile 240,222
Tianjin 19 265,529   Pakistan 269,971   Chile 240,222
Chongqing 20 252,388   Pakistan 269,971   Chile 240,222
Heilongjiang 21 242,176   Pakistan 269,971   Chile 240,222
Jilin 22 229,178   Finland 229,671   Bangladesh 205,715
Yunnan 23 220,247   Finland 229,671   Bangladesh 205,715
Shanxi 24 205,552   Bangladesh 205,715   Portugal 199,077
Guizhou 25 168,624   Iraq 169,460   Kuwait 120,682
Xinjiang 26 149,714   Iraq 169,460   Kuwait 120,682
Gansu 27 109,022   Hungary 120,636   Morocco 103,142
Hainan 28 59,450   Syria 60,043   Oman 58,491
Ningxia 29 46,750   Croatia 48,850   Macau 46,178
Qinghai 30 38,807   Democratic Republic of the Congo 38,873   Libya 38,300
Tibet 31 16,479   Iceland 16,718   Papua New Guinea 16,090
PPP GDP 2015 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2015
(in millions of PPP GDP, based on data of IMF-WEO April 2016)[7]
average rate: CN¥ 3.5268 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[8]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
MainlandChina 19,392,357   United States 17,947,000
Guangdong 1 2,064,550   Italy 2,170,909   South Korea 1,848,518
Jiangsu 2 1,988,102   Italy 2,170,909   South Korea 1,848,518
Shandong 3 1,786,388   South Korea 1,848,518   Saudi Arabia 1,683,044
Zhejiang 4 1,216,017   Iran 1,371,066   Australia 1,138,085
Henan 5 1,049,400   Nigeria 1,091,700   Egypt 1,047,910
Sichuan 6 853,553   Pakistan 930,951   Netherlands 832,623
Hebei 7 845,132   Pakistan 930,951   Netherlands 832,623
Hubei 8 837,875   Pakistan 930,951   Netherlands 832,623
Hunan 9 823,614   Netherlands 832,623   Malaysia 815,646
Liaoning 10 814,999   Malaysia 815,646   Philippines 741,031
Fujian 11 736,640   Philippines 741,031   South Africa 723,518
Shanghai 12 707,865   South Africa 723,518   Colombia 667,443
Beijing 13 651,259   Colombia 667,443   United Arab Emirates 647,823
Anhui 14 623,954   United Arab Emirates 647,823   Algeria 578,651
Shaanxi 15 515,251   Venezuela 515,745   Belgium 494,121
Inner Mongolia 16 511,307   Venezuela 515,745   Belgium 494,121
Guangxi 17 476,441    Switzerland 482,347   Sweden 473,413
Jiangxi 18 474,191    Switzerland 482,347   Sweden 473,413
Tianjin 19 468,929   Singapore 471,877   Kazakhstan 429,120
Chongqing 20 445,722   Singapore 471,877   Kazakhstan 429,120
Heilongjiang 21 427,687   Kazakhstan 429,120   Chile 422,422
Jilin 22 404,733   Romania 413,846   Austria 404,293
Yunnan 23 388,961   Peru 389,149   Norway 356,209
Shanxi 24 363,008   Peru 389,149   Norway 356,209
Guizhou 25 297,793   Qatar 319,818   Portugal 289,791
Xinjiang 26 264,398   Morocco 273,533   Denmark 258,702
Gansu 27 192,535   Sri Lanka 223,024   Uzbekistan 187,947
Hainan 28 104,989   Ghana 114,701   Serbia 97,502
Ningxia 29 82,561   Jordan 82,725   Lithuania 82,355
Qinghai 30 68,534     Nepal 70,091   Macau 65,383
Tibet 31 29,103   Republic of the Congo 29,362   Macedonia 29,037

2014Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2014 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2014 GDP[9]
average rate: CN¥ 6.1428 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.6192 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP (IMF WEO Data APR.2015)[10]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 63,646,270 10,361,117 17,585,749 7.4 100
Guangdong 1 6,779,224 1,103,605 1,873,128 7.8 10.65
Jiangsu 2 6,508,832 1,059,587 1,798,417 8.7 10.23
Shandong 3 5,942,659 967,419 1,641,981 8.7 9.34
Zhejiang 4 4,015,350 653,668 1,109,458 7.6 6.31
Henan 5 3,493,938 568,786 965,390 8.9 5.49
Hebei 6 2,942,115 478,953 812,919 6.5 4.62
Liaoning 7 2,862,658 466,018 790,964 5.8 4.50
Sichuan 8 2,853,666 464,555 788,480 8.5 4.48
Hubei 9 2,736,704 445,514 756,163 9.7 4.30
Hunan 10 2,704,846 440,328 747,360 9.5 4.25
Fujian 11 2,405,576 391,609 664,671 9.9 3.78
Shanghai 12 2,356,094 383,554 650,999 7.0 3.70
Beijing 13 2,133,083 347,249 589,380 7.3 3.35
Anhui 14 2,084,875 339,401 576,060 9.2 3.28
Inner Mongolia 15 1,776,951 289,274 490,979 7.8 2.79
Shaanxi 16 1,768,994 287,978 488,780 9.7 2.78
Tianjin 17 1,572,247 255,950 434,418 10.0 2.47
Jiangxi 18 1,570,859 255,724 434,035 9.7 2.47
Guangxi 19 1,567,297 255,144 433,051 8.5 2.46
Heilongjiang 20 1,503,938 244,829 415,544 5.6 2.36
Chongqing 21 1,426,540 232,230 394,159 10.9 2.24
Jilin 22 1,380,381 224,715 381,405 6.5 2.17
Yunnan 23 1,281,459 208,612 354,072 8.1 2.01
Shanxi 24 1,275,944 207,714 352,549 4.9 2.00
Xinjiang 25 926,410 150,812 255,971 10.0 1.46
Guizhou 26 925,101 150,599 255,609 10.8 1.45
Gansu 27 683,527 111,273 188,861 8.9 1.07
Hainan 28 350,072 56,989 96,726 8.5 0.55
Ningxia 29 275,210 44,802 76,042 8.0 0.43
Qinghai 30 230,112 37,460 63,581 9.2 0.36
Tibet 31 92,083 14,990 25,443 10.8 0.14
comparisons With world economies (based on the data of the IMF-WEO April 2015)
Nominal GDP 2014 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2014
(in millions of Nominal GDP, based on the data of the IMF-WEO April 2015)[9]
average rate: CN¥ 6.1428 per US dollar[10]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GGDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 10,380,380   United States 17,418,925   Japan 4,616,335
Guangdong 1 1,103,605   Mexico 1,282,725   Indonesia 888,648
Jiangsu 2 1,059,587   Mexico 1,282,725   Indonesia 888,648
Shandong 3 967,419   Mexico 1,282,725   Indonesia 888,648
Zhejiang 4 653,668    Switzerland 712,050   Nigeria 573,652
Henan 5 568,786   Sweden 570,137   Poland 546,644
Hebei 6 478,953   Norway 500,244   Austria 437,123
Liaoning 7 466,018   Norway 500,244   Austria 437,123
Sichuan 8 464,555   Norway 500,244   Austria 437,123
Hubei 9 445,514   Norway 500,244   Austria 437,123
Hunan 10 440,328   Norway 500,244   Austria 437,123
Fujian 11 391,609   United Arab Emirates 401,647   Colombia 384,901
Shanghai 12 383,554   Colombia 384,901   Thailand 373,804
Beijing 13 347,249   South Africa 350,082   Denmark 340,806
Anhui 14 339,401   Denmark 340,806   Malaysia 326,933
Inner Mongolia 15 289,274   Hong Kong 289,628   Egypt 286,435
Shaanxi 16 287,978   Hong Kong 289,628   Egypt 286,435
Tianjin 17 255,950   Chile 257,968   Pakistan 250,136
Jiangxi 18 255,724   Chile 257,968   Pakistan 250,136
Guangxi 19 255,144   Chile 257,968   Pakistan 250,136
Heilongjiang 20 244,829   Ireland 246,438   Greece 238,023
Chongqing 21 232,230   Greece 238,023   Portugal 230,012
Jilin 22 224,715   Portugal 230,012   Iraq 221,130
Yunnan 23 208,612   Qatar 210,002   Venezuela 205,787
Shanxi 24 207,714   Qatar 210,002   Venezuela 205,787
Xinjiang 25 150,812   Kuwait 172,350   Hungary 137,104
Guizhou 26 150,599   Kuwait 172,350   Hungary 137,104
Gansu 27 111,273   Angola 128,564   Morocco 109,201
Hainan 28 56,989   Croatia 57,159   Bulgaria 55,837
Ningxia 29 44,802   Turkmenistan 47,932   Serbia 43,866
Qinghai 30 37,460   Ghana 38,648   Jordan 35,765
Tibet 31 14,990   Brunei 15,102   Equatorial Guinea 14,308
PPP GDP 2014 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2014
(in millions of PPP GDP, based on data of IMF-WEO April 2015)[9]
average rate: CN¥ 3.6192 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[10]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 17,617,321   United States 17,418,925
Guangdong 1 1,873,128   Italy 2,127,743   South Korea 1,778,823
Jiangsu 2 1,798,417   Italy 2,127,743   South Korea 1,778,823
Shandong 3 1,641,981   South Korea 1,778,823   Saudi Arabia 1,605,703
Zhejiang 4 1,109,458   Iran 1,334,320   Australia 1,095,384
Henan 5 965,390   Thailand 985,516   Poland 954,454
Hebei 6 812,919   Pakistan 882,313   Netherlands 798,587
Liaoning 7 790,964   Netherlands 798,587   Malaysia 746,078
Sichuan 8 788,480   Netherlands 798,587   Malaysia 746,078
Hubei 9 756,163   Netherlands 798,587   Malaysia 746,078
Hunan 10 747,360   Netherlands 798,587   Malaysia 746,078
Fujian 11 664,671   Philippines 692,223   Colombia 640,122
Shanghai 12 650,999   Philippines 692,223   Colombia 640,122
Beijing 13 589,380   United Arab Emirates 599,763   Algeria 551,809
Anhui 14 576,060   United Arab Emirates 599,763   Algeria 551,809
Inner Mongolia 15 490,979   Vietnam 510,689   Belgium 481,474
Shaanxi 16 488,780   Vietnam 510,689   Belgium 481,474
Tianjin 17 434,418   Sweden 448,246   Kazakhstan 418,473
Jiangxi 18 434,035   Sweden 448,246   Kazakhstan 418,473
Guangxi 19 433,051   Sweden 448,246   Kazakhstan 418,473
Heilongjiang 20 415,544   Kazakhstan 418,473   Chile 409,329
Chongqing 21 394,159   Austria 395,490   Romania 392,773
Jilin 22 381,405   Romania 392,773   Peru 371,344
Yunnan 23 354,072   Ukraine 370,786   Norway 345,160
Shanxi 24 352,549   Ukraine 370,786   Norway 345,160
Xinjiang 25 255,971   Israel 268,460   Morocco 252,366
Guizhou 26 255,609   Israel 268,460   Morocco 252,366
Gansu 27 188,861   Sri Lanka 217,445   Ecuador 180,216
Hainan 28 96,726   Libya 97,580   Serbia 95,492
Ningxia 29 76,042   Panama 76,416   Ivory Coast 71,122
Qinghai 30 63,581     Nepal 66,775   Bahrain 61,939
Tibet 31 25,443   South Sudan 25,957   Equatorial Guinea 25,105

2013Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2013 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2013 GDP[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.1932 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.6329 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP(IMF WEO Data Oct.2014)[11]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
real
growth
(%)
Mainland China 58,801,880 9,494,588 16,185,934 100 7.7
Guangdong 1 6,216,397 1,003,746 1,711,139 10.57 8.5
Jiangsu 2 5,916,175 955,269 1,628,499 10.06 9.6
Shandong 3 5,468,433 882,974 1,505,253 9.30 9.6
Zhejiang 4 3,756,849 606,609 1,034,118 6.39 8.2
Henan 5 3,215,586 519,212 885,129 5.47 9.0
Hebei 6 2,830,141 456,976 779,031 4.81 8.2
Liaoning 7 2,707,765 437,216 745,345 4.60 8.7
Sichuan 8 2,626,077 424,026 722,860 4.47 12.5
Hubei 9 2,466,849 398,316 679,030 4.20 10.1
Hunan 10 2,450,167 395,622 674,438 4.17 10.1
Fujian 11 2,175,964 351,347 598,961 3.70 11.0
Shanghai 12 2,160,212 348,804 594,625 3.67 7.7
Beijing 13 1,950,056 314,871 536,777 3.32 7.7
Anhui 14 1,903,887 307,416 524,068 3.24 10.4
Inner Mongolia 15 1,683,238 271,788 463,332 2.86 9.0
Shaanxi 16 1,604,521 259,078 441,664 2.73 10.8
Heilongjiang 17 1,438,293 232,237 395,908 2.45 8.0
Guangxi 18 1,437,800 232,158 395,772 2.45 10.2
Tianjin 19 1,437,016 232,031 395,556 2.44 12.5
Jiangxi 20 1,433,850 231,520 394,685 2.44 10.1
Jilin 21 1,298,146 209,608 357,331 2.21 8.3
Chongqing 22 1,265,669 204,364 348,391 2.15 12.3
Shanxi 23 1,260,224 203,485 346,892 2.14 8.9
Yunnan 24 1,172,091 189,255 322,632 1.99 12.1
Xinjiang 25 836,024 134,991 230,126 1.42 11.0
Guizhou 26 800,679 129,284 220,397 1.36 12.1
Ganau 27 626,801 101,208 172,535 1.07 10.8
Hainan 28 314,646 50,805 86,610 0.54 9.9
Ningxia 29 256,506 41,417 70,606 0.44 9.8
Qinghai 30 210,105 33,925 57,834 0.36 10.8
Tibet 31 80,767 13,041 22,232 0.14 11.0
Comparisons with world economies (IMF-WEO October 2014)
Nominal GDP 2013 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2013 (in millions of Nominal GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.1932 per US dollar[11]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GGDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 9,469,124   United States 16,768,050   Japan 4,898,530
Guangdong 1 1,003,746   Mexico 1,260,915   Indonesia 870,275
Jiangsu 2 955,269   Mexico 1,260,915   Indonesia 870,275
Shandong 3 882,974   Mexico 1,260,915   Indonesia 870,275
Zhenjiang 4 606,609   Argentina 610,288   Sweden 558,949
Henan 5 519,212   Nigeria 521,812   Poland 517,705
Hebei 6 456,976   Taiwan 489,089   Austria 416,062
Liaoning 7 437,216   Taiwan 489,089   Austria 416,062
Sichuan 8 424,026   Taiwan 489,089   Austria 416,062
Hubei 9 398,316   United Arab Emirates 402,340   Thailand 387,253
Hunan 10 395,622   United Arab Emirates 402,340   Thailand 387,253
Fujian 11 351,347   Iran 367,098   South Africa 350,800
Shanghai 12 348,804   South Africa 350,800   Denmark 330,614
Beijing 13 314,871   Denmark 330,614   Malaysia 313,158
Anhui 14 307,416   Malaysia 313,158   Singapore 297,941
Inner Mongolia 15 271,788   Philippines 272,067   Egypt 271,427
Shaanxi 16 259,078   Finland 267,412   Greece 241,796
Heilongjiang 17 232,237   Pakistan 232,757   Ireland 232,150
Guangxi 18 232,158   Pakistan 232,757   Ireland 232,150
Tianjin 19 232,031   Ireland 232,150   Kazakhstan 231,876
Jiangxi 20 231,520   Kazakhstan 231,876   Iraq 229,327
Jilin 21 209,608   Algeria 212,453   Qatar 202,450
Chongqing 22 204,364   Algeria 212,453   Qatar 202,450
Shanxi 23 203,485   Algeria 212,453   Qatar 202,450
Yunnan 24 189,255   Czech Republic 198,450   Romania 188,893
Xinjiang 25 134,991   Bangladesh 161,763   Hungary 132,260
Guizhou 26 129,284   Hungary 132,260   Angola 124,178
Ganau 27 101,208   Morocco 103,824   Slovakia 95,805
Hainan 28 50,805   Bulgaria 53,046   Costa Rica 49,621
Ningxia 29 41,417   Serbia 42,492   Turkmenistan 40,826
Qinghai 30 33,925   Yemen 40,415   Jordan 33,858
Tibet 31 13,041   Zimbabwe 13,206   Albania 12,724
PPP GDP 2013 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2013 (in millions of PPP GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 3.6329 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[11]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 16,149,093   United States 16,768,050   India 6,775,968
Guangdong 1 1,711,139   Italy 2,035,441   South Korea 1,696,996
Jiangsu 2 1,628,499   South Korea 1,696,996   Saudi Arabia 1,553,064
Shandong 3 1,505,253   Canada 1,518,413   Spain 1,488,785
Zhenjiang 4 1,034,118   Australia 1,052,599   Nigeria 972,646
Henan 5 885,129   Poland 896,778   Pakistan 835,075
Hebei 6 779,031   Netherlands 780,286   Malaysia 693,594
Liaoning 7 745,345   Netherlands 780,286   Malaysia 693,594
Sichuan 8 722,860   Netherlands 780,286   Malaysia 693,594
Hubei 9 679,030   Malaysia 693,594   South Africa 662,620
Hunan 10 674,438   Malaysia 693,594   South Africa 662,620
Fujian 11 598,961   Colombia 601,997   United Arab Emirates 570,574
Shanghai 12 594,625   Colombia 601,997   United Arab Emirates 570,574
Beijing 13 536,777   Venezuela 553,311   Algeria 522,564
Anhui 14 524,068   Venezuela 553,311   Algeria 522,564
Inner Mongolia 15 463,332   Vietnam 474,950   Belgium 454,954
Shaanxi 16 441,664   Belgium 454,954    Switzerland 431,960
Heilongjiang 17 395,908   Sweden 418,217   Chile 395,617
Guangxi 18 395,772   Sweden 418,217   Chile 395,617
Tianjin 19 395,556   Chile 395,617   Kazakhstan 395,456
Jiangxi 20 394,685   Kazakhstan 395,456   Ukraine 392,505
Jilin 21 357,331   Peru 357,642   Norway 328,014
Chongqing 22 348,391   Peru 357,642   Norway 328,014
Shanxi 23 346,892   Peru 357,642   Norway 328,014
Yunnan 24 322,632   Norway 328,014   Qatar 298,388
Xinjiang 25 230,126   Denmark 240,877   Hungary 229,553
Guizhou 26 220,397   Myanmar 221,479   Finland 218,296
Gansu 27 172,535   Sri Lanka 199,544   Ecuador 172,071
Hainan 28 86,610   Serbia 89,733   Croatia 86,570
Ningxia 29 70,606   Panama 70,994   Costa Rica 67,604
Qinghai 30 57,834   Bahrain 58,281   Zambia 57,075
Tibet 31 22,232   Namibia 22,245   Tajikistan 20,618

2012Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2012 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2012 GDP[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.3125 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5832 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP(IMF WEO Data Oct.2014)[11]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 53,412,300 8,461,354 14,906,313 7.7 100
Guangdong 1 5,706,792 904,046 1,592,652 8.2 10.68
Jiangsu 2 5,405,822 856,368 1,508,658 10.1 10.12
Shandong 3 5,001,324 792,289 1,395,770 9.8 9.36
Zhejiang 4 3,466,533 549,154 967,441 8.0 6.49
Henan 5 2,959,931 468,900 826,058 10.1 5.54
Hebei 6 2,657,501 420,990 741,656 9.6 4.98
Liaoning 7 2,484,643 393,607 693,415 9.5 4.65
Sichuan 8 2,387,280 378,183 666,242 13.6 4.47
Hubei 9 2,225,045 352,482 620,966 11.3 4.17
Hunan 10 2,215,423 350,958 618,281 11.3 4.15
Shanghai 11 2,018,172 319,710 563,232 7.5 3.78
Fujian 12 1,970,178 312,107 549,838 11.4 3.69
Beijing 13 1,787,940 283,238 498,979 7.7 3.35
Anhui 14 1,721,205 272,666 480,354 12.1 3.22
Inner Mongolia 15 1,588,058 251,574 443,195 11.5 2.97
Shaanxi 16 1,445,368 228,969 403,374 12.6 2.71
Heilongjiang 17 1,369,158 216,896 382,105 10.0 2.56
Guangxi 18 1,303,510 206,497 363,784 11.3 2.44
Jiangxi 19 1,294,888 205,131 361,378 11.0 2.42
Tianjin 20 1,289,388 204,259 359,843 13.8 2.41
Shanxi 21 1,211,283 191,886 338,045 10.1 2.27
Jilin 22 1,193,924 189,136 333,200 12.0 2.24
Chongqing 23 1,140,960 180,746 318,419 13.6 2.14
Yunnan 24 1,030,947 163,318 287,717 11.8 1.93
Xinjiang 25 750,531 118,896 209,458 12.0 1.41
Guizhou 26 685,220 108,550 191,231 13.0 1.28
Gansu 27 565,020 89,508 157,686 12.6 1.06
Hainan 28 285,554 45,236 79,692 9.1 0.53
Ningxia 29 234,129 37,090 65,341 11.5 0.44
Qinghai 30 189,354 29,997 52,845 12.3 0.35
Tibet 31 70,103 11,105 19,564 12.9 0.13
Comparisons with world economies (IMF-WEO October 2014)
Nominal GDP 2012 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2012 (in millions of Nominal GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.3125 per US dollar[11]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GGDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 8,461,354   United States 16,163,150   Japan 5,937,857
Guangdong 1 904,046   Mexico 1,185,699   Indonesia 877,801
Jiangsu 2 856,368   Indonesia 877,801   Netherlands 823,595
Shandong 3 792,289   Netherlands 823,595   Turkey 788,605
Zhejiang 4 549,154   Argentina 603,038   Sweden 523,941
Henan 5 468,900   Taiwan 475,327   Nigeria 467,119
Hebei 6 420,990   Nigeria 467,119   Iran 398,030
Liaoning 7 393,607   Austria 394,676   South Africa 382,340
Sichuan 8 378,183   South Africa 382,340   United Arab Emirates 372,314
Hubei 9 352,482   Thailand 365,966   Denmark 315,164
Hunan 10 350,958   Thailand 365,966   Denmark 315,164
Shanghai 11 319,710   Thailand 365,966   Denmark 315,164
Fujian 12 312,107   Denmark 315,164   Malaysia 304,957
Beijing 13 283,238   Singapore 286,908   Chile 266,300
Anhui 14 272,666   Singapore 286,908   Chile 266,300
Inner Mongolia 15 251,574   Finland 255,918   Philippines 250,240
Shaanxi 16 228,969   Greece 248,562   Pakistan 225,060
Heilongjiang 17 216,896   Ireland 222,089   Iraq 216,044
Guangxi 18 206,497   Algeria 207,802   Kazakhstan 203,517
Jiangxi 19 205,131   Algeria 207,802   Kazakhstan 203,517
Tianjin 20 204,259   Algeria 207,802   Kazakhstan 203,517
Shanxi 21 191,886   Peru 192,673   Qatar 189,945
Jilin 22 189,136   Qatar 189,945   Ukraine 176,529
Chongqing 23 180,746   Qatar 189,945   Ukraine 176,529
Yunnan 24 163,318   Romania 169,177   Vietnam 155,565
Xinjiang 25 118,896   Hungary 124,587   Angola 115,342
Guizhou 26 108,550   Angola 115,342   Morocco 95,903
Gansu 27 89,508   Slovakia 91,399   Ecuador 87,499
Hainan 28 45,236   Tunisia 45,239   Lebanon 42,962
Ningxia 29 37,090   Serbia 38,094   Panama 35,938
Qinghai 30 29,997   Bahrain 30,660   Tanzania 28,452
Tibet 31 11,105   Mauritius 11,442   Burkina Faso 11,032
PPP GDP 2012 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2012 (in millions of PPP GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 3.5832 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[11]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 14,906,313   United States 16,163,150   India 6,357,536
Guangdong 1 1,592,652   South Korea 1,623,836   Spain 1,485,049
Jiangsu 2 1,508,658   South Korea 1,623,836   Spain 1,485,049
Shandong 3 1,395,770   Canada 1,466,468   Turkey 1,366,981
Zhejiang 4 967,441   Australia 1,013,554   Taiwan 937,093
Henan 5 826,058   Poland 870,103   Pakistan 793,490
Hebei 6 741,656   Netherlands 774,436   Malaysia 652,453
Liaoning 7 693,415   Netherlands 774,436   Malaysia 652,453
Sichuan 8 666,242   Netherlands 774,436   Malaysia 652,453
Hubei 9 620,966   South Africa 640,777   Philippines 591,182
Hunan 10 618,281   South Africa 640,777   Philippines 591,182
Shanghai 11 563,232   Colombia 566,651   Venezuela 537,963
Fujian 12 549,838   Colombia 566,651   Venezuela 537,963
Beijing 13 498,979   Algeria 500,814   Iraq 472,387
Anhui 14 480,354   Algeria 500,814   Iraq 472,387
Inner Mongolia 15 443,195   Vietnam 443,911    Switzerland 417,544
Shaanxi 16 403,374   Singapore 403,470   Ukraine 386,914
Heilongjiang 17 382,105   Ukraine 386,914   Chile 374,216
Guangxi 18 363,784   Hong Kong 366,136   Romania 353,328
Jiangxi 19 361,378   Hong Kong 366,136   Romania 353,328
Tianjin 20 359,843   Hong Kong 366,136   Romania 353,328
Shanxi 21 338,045   Romania 353,328   Peru 333,120
Jilin 22 333,200   Romania 353,328   Peru 333,120
Chongqing 23 318,419   Norway 321,121   Czech Republic 286,034
Yunnan 24 287,717   Norway 321,121   Czech Republic 286,034
Xinjiang 25 209,458   Ireland 209,813   Myanmar 201,596
Guizhou 26 191,231   Myanmar 201,596   Sri Lanka 183,238
Gansu 27 157,686   Ecuador 162,270   Angola 153,246
Hainan 28 79,692   Croatia 86,085   Tanzania 78,195
Ningxia 29 65,341   Turkmenistan 65,582   Panama 64,546
Qinghai 30 52,845   Bahrain 54,523   Zambia 52,709
Tibet 31 19,564   South Sudan 20,259   Tajikistan 18,916

2011Edit

List of Chinese provinces by 2011 GDP
List of Chinese provinces by 2011 GDP[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.4588 per US dollar;
CN¥ 3.5055 per Int'l. dollar based on PPP(IMF WEO Data Oct.2014)[11]
(in millions of GDP; PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity)
Provinces Rank GDP
(CN¥)
Nominal GDP
(US$)
PPP GDP
(Int'l.$)
real
growth
(%)
Share of
total GDP
(%)
Mainland China 48,412,350 7,495,564 13,810,398 8.1 100
Guangdong 1 5,321,028 823,842 1,517,908 10.0 10.99
Jiangsu 2 4,911,027 760,362 1,400,949 11.0 10.14
Shandong 3 4,536,185 702,326 1,294,019 10.9 9.37
Zhejiang 4 3,231,885 500,385 921,947 9.0 6.68
Henan 5 2,693,103 416,966 768,251 11.9 5.56
Hebei 6 2,451,576 379,571 699,351 11.3 5.06
Liaoning 7 2,222,670 344,130 634,052 12.2 4.59
Sichuan 8 2,102,668 325,551 599,820 15.0 4.34
Hunan 9 1,966,956 304,539 561,106 12.8 4.06
Hubei 10 1,963,226 303,961 560,042 13.8 4.06
Shanghai 11 1,919,569 297,202 547,588 8.2 3.97
Fujian 12 1,756,018 271,880 500,932 12.3 3.63
Beijing 13 1,625,193 251,625 463,612 8.1 3.36
Anhui 14 1,530,065 236,896 436,476 13.5 3.16
Inner Mongolia 15 1,435,988 222,330 409,639 14.3 2.97
Heilongjiang 16 1,258,200 194,804 358,922 12.3 2.60
Shaanxi 17 1,251,230 193,725 356,933 12.5 2.58
Guangxi 18 1,172,087 181,471 334,357 12.3 2.42
Jiangxi 19 1,170,282 181,192 333,842 12.5 2.42
Tianjin 20 1,130,728 175,068 322,558 16.4 2.34
Shanxi 21 1,123,755 173,988 320,569 13.0 2.32
Jilin 22 1,056,883 163,635 301,493 13.8 2.18
Chongqing 23 1,001,137 155,004 285,590 16.4 2.07
Yunnan 24 889,312 137,690 253,690 12.7 1.84
Xinjiang 25 661,005 102,342 188,562 12.0 1.37
Guizhou 26 570,184 88,280 162,654 13.7 1.18
Gansu 27 502,037 77,729 143,214 12.5 1.04
Hainan 28 252,266 39,058 71,963 12.0 0.52
Ningxia 29 210,221 32,548 59,969 12.1 0.43
Qinghai 30 167,044 25,863 47,652 13.5 0.35
Tibet 31 60,583 9,380 17,282 13.9 0.13
Comparisons with world economies (IMF-WEO October 2014)
Nominal GDP 2011 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by nominal GDP 2011 (in millions of Nominal GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 6.4588 per US dollar[11]
Region Rank Nominal
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy Nominal
GGDP
Economy Nominal
GDP
Mainland China 7,495,564   United States 15,517,925   Japan 5,905,631
Guangdong 1 823,842   Indonesia 845,573   Turkey 774,729
Jiangsu 2 760,362   Turkey 774,729   Saudi Arabia 669,507
Shandong 3 702,326   Turkey 774,729   Saudi Arabia 669,507
Zhejiang 4 500,385   Belgium 513,790   Norway 490,807
Henan 5 416,966   Nigeria 418,834   Austria 416,365
Hebei 6 379,571   South Africa 404,343   United Arab Emirates 347,454
Liaoning 7 344,130   Thailand 345,672   Colombia 336,346
Sichuan 8 325,551   Denmark 333,744   Venezuela 297,637
Hunan 9 304,539   Denmark 333,744   Venezuela 297,637
Hubei 10 303,961   Denmark 333,744   Venezuela 297,637
Shanghai 11 297,202   Venezuela 297,637   Greece 290,153
Fujian 12 271,880   Finland 273,925   Israel 258,408
Beijing 13 251,625   Israel 258,408   Chile 250,842
Anhui 14 236,896   Ireland 237,990   Egypt 235,598
Inner Mongolia 15 222,330   Philippines 224,143   Czech Republic 216,061
Heilongjiang 16 194,804   Algeria 199,394   Kazakhstan 188,049
Shaanxi 17 193,725   Algeria 199,394   Kazakhstan 188,049
Guangxi 18 181,471   Romania 183,561   Peru 170,602
Jiangxi 19 181,192   Romania 183,561   Peru 170,602
Tianjin 20 175,068   Romania 183,561   Peru 170,602
Shanxi 21 173,988   Romania 183,561   Peru 170,602
Jilin 22 163,635   Qatar 169,805   Ukraine 163,423
Chongqing 23 155,004   New Zealand 162,669   Kuwait 154,100
Yunnan 24 137,690   Hungary 137,718   Vietnam 134,598
Xinjiang 25 102,342   Angola 104,116   Morocco 99,211
Guizhou 26 88,280   Slovakia 95,971   Ecuador 79,780
Gansu 27 77,729   Ecuador 79,780   Oman 67,707
Hainan 28 39,058   Ghana 39,565   Libya 34,707
Ningxia 29 32,548   Yemen 32,726   Ethiopia 31,373
Qinghai 30 25,863   Cameroon 26,612   Cyprus 24,875
Tibet 31 9,380   Madagascar 9,854   Malta 9,311
PPP GDP 2011 comparisons between Chinese provinces and world economies
List of Chinese provinces by PPP GDP 2011 (in millions of PPP GDP)[2]
average rate: CN¥ 3.5055 per Int'l. dollar(based on PPP)[11]
Region Rank PPP
GDP
Larger equivalent economy Smaller equivalent economy
Economy PPP
GDP
Economy PPP
GDP
Mainland China 13,810,398   United States 15,517,925   India 5,962,976
Guangdong 1 1,517,908   South Korea 1,559,447   Spain 1,483,224
Jiangsu 2 1,400,949   Canada 1,416,397   Saudi Arabia 1,366,704
Shandong 3 1,294,019   Iran 1,314,236   Australia 961,041
Zhejiang 4 921,947   Australia 961,041   Taiwan 907,144
Henan 5 768,251   Netherlands 773,037   Pakistan 750,693
Hebei 6 699,351   South Africa 614,321   Pakistan 750,693
Liaoning 7 634,052   South Africa 614,321   Pakistan 750,693
Sichuan 8 599,820   Malaysia 606,701   Philippines 543,771
Hunan 9 561,106   Malaysia 606,701   Philippines 543,771
Hubei 10 560,042   Malaysia 606,701   Philippines 543,771
Shanghai 11 547,588   Malaysia 606,701   Philippines 543,771
Fujian 12 500,932   United Arab Emirates 501,521   Venezuela 500,326
Beijing 13 463,612   Algeria 476,254   Belgium 440,138
Anhui 14 436,476   Belgium 440,138   Bangladesh 425,986
Inner Mongolia 15 409,639   Vietnam 414,339    Switzerland 405,921
Heilongjiang 16 358,922   Austria 360,522   Hong Kong 354,188
Shaanxi 17 356,933   Austria 360,522   Hong Kong 354,188
Guangxi 18 334,357   Kazakhstan 343,915   Peru 308,865
Jiangxi 19 333,842   Kazakhstan 343,915   Peru 308,865
Tianjin 20 322,558   Kazakhstan 343,915   Peru 308,865
Shanxi 21 320,569   Kazakhstan 343,915   Peru 308,865
Jilin 22 301,493   Norway 306,578   Greece 300,834
Chongqing 23 285,590   Greece 300,834   Czech Republic 283,888
Yunnan 24 253,690   Qatar 255,552   Kuwait 247,170
Xinjiang 25 188,562   Ireland 206,760   Myanmar 184,567
Guizhou 26 162,654   Sri Lanka 169,280   Belarus 157,284
Gansu 27 143,214   Sudan 146,689   Angola 143,162
Hainan 28 71,963   Lebanon 72,014   Tanzania 71,836
Ningxia 29 59,969   Costa Rica 60,138   Uruguay 59,702
Qinghai 30 47,652   Afghanistan 48,180   Paraguay 47,233
Tibet 31 17,282   Tajikistan 17,286   Kyrgyzstan 16,106

Historical GDP data in main yearsEdit

The tables below list China's provinces and territories by their estimated GDP in main fiscal years since 1978. Their respective ranks and shares of China's total GDP are also shown.[12]

provinces by GDP
GDP (CNY)
GDP in main years, 1978–2010[12] (in 100 millions of CN¥)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 401,513 340,903 314,045 184,937 99,215 60,794 18,668 9,016.04 4,545.62 3,645.22
Guangdong 46,013.06 39,482.56 36,796.71 22,557.37 10,741.25 5,933.05 1,559.03 577.38 249.65 185.85
Jiangsu 41,425.48 34,457.30 30,981.98 18,598.69 8,553.69 5,155.25 1,416.50 651.82 319.80 249.24
Shandong 39,169.92 33,896.65 30,933.28 18,366.87 8,337.47 4,953.35 1,511.19 680.46 292.13 225.45
Zhejiang 27,722.31 22,990.35 21,462.69 13,417.68 6,141.03 3,557.55 904.69 429.16 179.92 123.72
Henan 23,092.36 19,480.46 18,018.53 10,587.42 5,052.99 2,988.37 934.65 451.74 229.16 162.92
Hebei 20,394.26 17,235.48 16,011.97 10,012.11 5,043.96 2,849.52 896.33 396.75 219.24 183.06
Liaoning 18,457.27 15,212.50 13,668.60 8,047.30 4,669.10 2,793.40 1,062.70 518.60 281.00 229.20
Sichuan 17,185.48 14,151.28 12,601.23 7,385.10 3,928.20 2,443.21 890.95 421.15 229.31 184.61
Shanghai 17,165.98 15,046.45 14,069.87 9,247.66 4,771.17 2,499.43 781.66 466.75 311.89 272.81
Hunan 16,037.96 13,059.69 11,555.00 6,596.10 3,551.49 2,132.13 744.44 349.95 191.72 146.99
Hubei 15,967.61 12,961.10 11,328.92 6,590.19 3,545.39 2,109.38 824.38 396.26 199.38 151.00
Fujian 14,737.12 12,236.53 10,823.01 6,554.69 3,764.54 2,094.90 522.28 200.48 87.06 66.37
Beijing 14,113.58 12,153.00 11,115.00 6,969.50 3,161.70 1,507.70 500.80 257.10 139.10 108.80
Anhui 12,359.33 10,062.82 8,851.66 5,350.17 2,902.09 1,810.66 658.00 331.24 140.88 113.96
Inner Mongolia 11,672.00 9,740.25 8,496.20 3,905.03 1,539.12 857.06 319.31 163.83 68.40 58.04
Heilongjiang 10,368.60 8,587.00 8,314.40 5,513.70 3,151.40 1,991.40 715.20 355.00 221.00 174.80
Shaanxi 10,123.48 8,169.80 7,314.58 3,933.72 1,804.00 1,036.85 404.30 180.87 94.91 81.07
Guangxi 9,569.85 7,759.16 7,021.00 3,984.10 2,080.04 1,497.56 449.06 180.97 97.33 75.85
Jiangxi 9,451.26 7,655.18 6,971.05 4,056.76 2,003.07 1,169.73 428.62 207.89 111.15 87.00
Tianjin 9,224.46 7,521.85 6,719.01 3,905.64 1,701.88 931.97 310.95 175.78 103.53 82.65
Shanxi 9,200.86 7,358.31 7,315.40 4,230.53 1,845.72 1,076.03 429.27 218.99 108.76 87.99
Jilin 8,667.58 7,278.75 6,426.10 3,620.27 1,951.51 1,137.23 425.28 200.44 98.59 81.98
Chongqing 7,925.58 6,530.01 5,793.66 3,467.72 1,791.00 1,123.06 327.75 164.32 90.68 71.70
Yunnan 7,224.18 6,169.75 5,692.12 3,462.73 2,011.19 1,222.15 451.67 164.96 84.27 69.05
Xinjiang 5,437.47 4,277.05 4,183.21 2,604.14 1,363.56 814.85 261.44 112.24 53.24 39.07
Guizhou 4,602.16 3,912.68 3,561.56 2,005.42 1,029.92 636.21 260.14 123.92 60.26 46.62
Gansu 4,120.75 3,387.56 3,166.82 1,933.98 1,052.88 557.76 242.80 123.39 73.90 64.73
Hainan 2,064.50 1,654.21 1,503.06 918.75 526.82 363.25 102.42 43.26
Ningxia 1,689.65 1,353.31 1,203.92 612.61 295.02 175.19 64.84 30.27 15.96 13.00
Qinghai 1,350.43 1,081.27 1,018.62 543.32 263.68 167.80 69.94 33.01 17.79 15.54
Tibet 507.46 441.36 394.85 248.80 117.80 56.11 27.70 17.76 8.67 6.65
Nominal GDP
Nominal GDP in main years, 1978–2010[13] (in 100 millions of US$)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 59,312 49,905 45,218 22,576 11,985 7,279.81 3,902.79 3,070.23 3,034.46 2,164.62
Guangdong 6,797.11 5,779.91 5,298.23 2,753.69 1,297.50 710.46 325.94 196.62 166.65 110.36
Jiangsu 6,119.43 5,044.25 4,460.98 2,270.43 1,033.25 617.32 296.14 221.96 213.48 148.00
Shandong 5,786.24 4,962.18 4,453.97 2,242.13 1,007.14 593.14 315.94 231.72 195.01 133.88
Zhejiang 4,095.18 3,365.59 3,090.34 1,637.96 741.81 426.00 189.14 146.14 120.11 73.47
Henan 3,411.24 2,851.77 2,594.42 1,292.46 610.38 357.85 195.40 153.83 152.98 96.75
Hebei 3,012.67 2,523.13 2,305.51 1,222.23 609.29 341.22 187.39 135.11 146.36 108.71
Liaoning 2,726.53 2,226.98 1,968.09 982.37 564.01 334.50 222.17 176.60 187.58 136.10
Sichuan 2,538.66 2,071.63 1,814.41 901.53 474.51 292.56 186.27 143.41 153.08 109.63
Shanghai 2,535.78 2,202.67 2,025.87 1,128.91 576.34 299.30 163.42 158.94 208.20 162.00
Hunan 2,369.15 1,911.83 1,663.76 805.22 429.01 255.31 155.64 119.17 127.98 87.29
Hubei 2,358.76 1,897.39 1,631.21 804.50 428.27 252.59 172.35 134.94 133.10 89.67
Fujian 2,176.99 1,791.32 1,558.37 800.16 454.74 250.86 109.19 68.27 58.12 39.41
Beijing 2,084.88 1,779.10 1,600.41 850.80 381.92 180.54 104.70 87.55 92.86 64.61
Anhui 1,825.74 1,473.11 1,274.52 653.12 350.56 216.82 137.56 112.80 94.05 67.67
Inner Mongolia 1,724.20 1,425.89 1,223.34 476.71 185.92 102.63 66.76 55.79 45.66 34.47
Heilongjiang 1,531.66 1,257.06 1,197.16 673.08 380.68 238.46 149.52 120.89 147.53 103.80
Shaanxi 1,495.45 1,195.99 1,053.20 480.21 217.92 124.16 84.53 61.59 63.36 48.14
Guangxi 1,413.67 1,135.87 1,010.93 486.36 251.26 179.33 93.88 61.63 64.97 45.04
Jiangxi 1,396.15 1,120.65 1,003.74 495.23 241.96 140.07 89.61 70.79 74.20 51.66
Tianjin 1,362.65 1,101.13 967.45 476.78 205.58 111.60 65.01 59.86 69.11 49.08
Shanxi 1,359.16 1,077.19 1,053.32 516.44 222.96 128.85 89.75 74.57 72.60 52.25
Jilin 1,280.39 1,065.55 925.27 441.94 235.74 136.18 88.91 68.26 65.81 48.68
Chongqing 1,170.78 955.94 834.21 423.32 216.35 134.48 68.52 55.96 60.53 42.58
Yunnan 1,067.17 903.20 819.59 422.71 242.94 146.35 94.43 56.17 56.26 41.00
Xinjiang 803.23 626.12 602.33 317.90 164.71 97.58 54.66 38.22 35.54 23.20
Guizhou 679.84 572.78 512.82 244.81 124.41 76.18 54.39 42.20 40.23 27.68
Gansu 608.72 495.91 455.98 236.09 127.18 66.79 50.76 42.02 49.33 38.44
Hainan 304.97 242.16 216.42 112.16 63.64 43.50 21.41 14.73
Ningxia 249.60 198.11 173.35 74.78 35.64 20.98 13.56 10.31 10.65 7.72
Qinghai 199.49 158.29 146.67 66.33 31.85 20.09 14.62 11.24 11.88 9.23
Tibet 74.96 64.61 56.85 30.37 14.23 6.72 5.79 6.05 5.79 3.95
PPP GDP
PPP GDP in main years, 1978–2010[13] (in 100 millions of Int'l.$)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 102,096 90,683 82,159 53,642 30,155 18,348 9,109.37 5,320.14 3,714.35
Guangdong 6,797.11 5,779.91 5,298.23 2,753.69 1,297.50 710.46 325.94 196.62 166.65 110.36
Jiangsu 6,119.43 5,044.25 4,460.98 2,270.43 1,033.25 617.32 296.14 221.96 213.48 148.00
Shandong 5,786.24 4,962.18 4,453.97 2,242.13 1,007.14 593.14 315.94 231.72 195.01 133.88
Zhejiang 4,095.18 3,365.59 3,090.34 1,637.96 741.81 426.00 189.14 146.14 120.11 73.47
Henan 3,411.24 2,851.77 2,594.42 1,292.46 610.38 357.85 195.40 153.83 152.98 96.75
Hebei 3,012.67 2,523.13 2,305.51 1,222.23 609.29 341.22 187.39 135.11 146.36 108.71
Liaoning 2,726.53 2,226.98 1,968.09 982.37 564.01 334.50 222.17 176.60 187.58 136.10
Sichuan 2,538.66 2,071.63 1,814.41 901.53 474.51 292.56 186.27 143.41 153.08 109.63
Shanghai 2,535.78 2,202.67 2,025.87 1,128.91 576.34 299.30 163.42 158.94 208.20 162.00
Hunan 2,369.15 1,911.83 1,663.76 805.22 429.01 255.31 155.64 119.17 127.98 87.29
Hubei 2,358.76 1,897.39 1,631.21 804.50 428.27 252.59 172.35 134.94 133.10 89.67
Fujian 2,176.99 1,791.32 1,558.37 800.16 454.74 250.86 109.19 68.27 58.12 39.41
Beijing 2,084.88 1,779.10 1,600.41 850.80 381.92 180.54 104.70 87.55 92.86 64.61
Anhui 1,825.74 1,473.11 1,274.52 653.12 350.56 216.82 137.56 112.80 94.05 67.67
Inner Mongolia 1,724.20 1,425.89 1,223.34 476.71 185.92 102.63 66.76 55.79 45.66 34.47
Heilongjiang 1,531.66 1,257.06 1,197.16 673.08 380.68 238.46 149.52 120.89 147.53 103.80
Shaanxi 1,495.45 1,195.99 1,053.20 480.21 217.92 124.16 84.53 61.59 63.36 48.14
Guangxi 1,413.67 1,135.87 1,010.93 486.36 251.26 179.33 93.88 61.63 64.97 45.04
Jiangxi 1,396.15 1,120.65 1,003.74 495.23 241.96 140.07 89.61 70.79 74.20 51.66
Tianjin 1,362.65 1,101.13 967.45 476.78 205.58 111.60 65.01 59.86 69.11 49.08
Shanxi 1,359.16 1,077.19 1,053.32 516.44 222.96 128.85 89.75 74.57 72.60 52.25
Jilin 1,280.39 1,065.55 925.27 441.94 235.74 136.18 88.91 68.26 65.81 48.68
Chongqing 1,170.78 955.94 834.21 423.32 216.35 134.48 68.52 55.96 60.53 42.58
Yunnan 1,067.17 903.20 819.59 422.71 242.94 146.35 94.43 56.17 56.26 41.00
Xinjiang 803.23 626.12 602.33 317.90 164.71 97.58 54.66 38.22 35.54 23.20
Guizhou 679.84 572.78 512.82 244.81 124.41 76.18 54.39 42.20 40.23 27.68
Gansu 608.72 495.91 455.98 236.09 127.18 66.79 50.76 42.02 49.33 38.44
Hainan 304.97 242.16 216.42 112.16 63.64 43.50 21.41 14.73
Ningxia 249.60 198.11 173.35 74.78 35.64 20.98 13.56 10.31 10.65 7.72
Qinghai 199.49 158.29 146.67 66.33 31.85 20.09 14.62 11.24 11.88 9.23
Tibet 74.96 64.61 56.85 30.37 14.23 6.72 5.79 6.05 5.79 3.95
Percentage share of total GDP
Provincial percentage shares of total Chinese GDP in main years, 1978–2010 (%)
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Guangdong 11.46 11.58 11.72 12.20 10.83 9.76 8.35 6.40 5.49 5.10
Jiangsu 10.32 10.11 9.87 10.06 8.62 8.48 7.59 7.23 7.04 6.84
Shandong 9.76 9.94 9.85 9.93 8.40 8.15 8.10 7.55 6.43 6.18
Zhejiang 6.90 6.74 6.83 7.26 6.19 5.85 4.85 4.76 3.96 3.39
Henan 5.75 5.71 5.74 5.72 5.09 4.92 5.01 5.01 5.04 4.47
Hebei 5.08 5.06 5.10 5.41 5.08 4.69 4.80 4.40 4.82 5.02
Liaoning 4.60 4.46 4.35 4.35 4.71 4.59 5.69 5.75 6.18 6.29
Shanghai 4.28 4.41 4.48 5.00 4.81 4.11 4.19 5.18 6.86 7.48
Sichuan 4.28 4.15 4.01 3.99 3.96 4.02 4.77 4.67 5.04 5.06
Hunan 3.99 3.83 3.68 3.57 3.58 3.51 3.99 3.88 4.22 4.03
Hubei 3.98 3.80 3.61 3.56 3.57 3.47 4.42 4.40 4.39 4.14
Fujian 3.67 3.59 3.45 3.54 3.79 3.45 2.80 2.22 1.92 1.82
Beijing 3.52 3.56 3.54 3.77 3.19 2.48 2.68 2.85 3.06 2.98
Anhui 3.08 2.95 2.82 2.89 2.93 2.98 3.52 3.67 3.10 3.13
Inner Mongolia 2.91 2.86 2.71 2.11 1.55 1.41 1.71 1.82 1.50 1.59
Heilongjiang 2.58 2.52 2.65 2.98 3.18 3.28 3.83 3.94 4.86 4.80
Shaanxi 2.52 2.40 2.33 2.13 1.82 1.71 2.17 2.01 2.09 2.22
Guangxi 2.38 2.28 2.24 2.15 2.10 2.46 2.41 2.01 2.14 2.08
Jiangxi 2.35 2.25 2.22 2.19 2.02 1.92 2.30 2.31 2.45 2.39
Tianjin 2.30 2.21 2.14 2.11 1.72 1.53 1.67 1.95 2.28 2.27
Shanxi 2.29 2.16 2.33 2.29 1.86 1.77 2.30 2.43 2.39 2.41
Jilin 2.16 2.14 2.05 1.96 1.97 1.87 2.28 2.22 2.17 2.25
Chongqing 1.97 1.92 1.84 1.88 1.81 1.85 1.76 1.82 1.99 1.97
Yunnan 1.80 1.81 1.81 1.87 2.03 2.01 2.42 1.83 1.85 1.89
Xinjiang 1.35 1.25 1.33 1.41 1.37 1.34 1.40 1.24 1.17 1.07
Guizhou 1.15 1.15 1.13 1.08 1.04 1.05 1.39 1.37 1.33 1.28
Gansu 1.03 0.99 1.01 1.05 1.06 0.92 1.30 1.37 1.63 1.78
Hainan 0.51 0.49 0.48 0.50 0.53 0.60 0.55 0.48
Ningxia 0.42 0.40 0.38 0.33 0.30 0.29 0.35 0.34 0.35 0.36
Qinghai 0.34 0.32 0.32 0.29 0.27 0.28 0.37 0.37 0.39 0.43
Tibet 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.12 0.09 0.15 0.20 0.19 0.18
Province Ranking
Ranking of provinces by GDP in main years, 1978–2010
year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Guangdong 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 5 5
Jiangsu 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 2
Shandong 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 4
Zhejiang 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 7 12 12
Henan 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 7 9
Hebei 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 9 9 7
Liaoning 7 7 8 8 8 7 4 4 4 3
Sichuan 8 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 6 6
Shanghai 9 8 7 7 7 8 10 5 2 1
Hunan 10 10 10 11 11 10 11 12 11 11
Hubei 11 11 11 12 12 11 9 10 10 10
Fujian 12 12 13 13 10 12 14 17 21 22
Beijing 13 13 12 10 13 15 15 14 14 14
Anhui 14 14 14 15 15 14 13 13 13 13
Inner Mongolia 15 15 15 21 24 23 22 23 24 24
Heilongjiang 16 16 16 14 14 13 12 11 8 8
Shaanxi 17 17 18 19 21 21 21 20 20 19
Guangxi 18 18 19 18 16 16 17 19 19 20
Jiangxi 19 19 20 17 18 18 19 16 15 16
Tianjin 20 20 21 20 23 22 23 21 17 17
Shanxi 21 21 17 16 20 20 18 15 16 15
Jilin 22 22 22 22 19 19 20 18 18 18
Chongqing 23 23 23 23 22
Yunnan 24 24 24 24 17 17 16 22 22 21
Xinjiang 25 25 25 25 25 24 24 26 26 26
Guizhou 26 26 26 26 27 25 25 24 25 25
Gansu 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 25 23 23
Hainan 28 28 28 28 28 27 27
Ningxia 29 29 29 29 29 28 29 28 28 28
Qinghai 30 30 30 30 30 29 28 27 27 27
Tibet 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 29 29 29

AppendixEdit

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; to enable easy comparison, the following lists Taiwan Area Historical GDP.[1]

Historical GDP of Hong Kong SAR
Historical GDP of Hong Kong SAR(in million)
(based on IMF WEO October 2017)[14]
Year HK$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 2,491,000 320,912 430,057
2015 2,398,440 309,406 416,126
2014 2,260,010 291,463 402,037
2013 2,138,310 275,697 384,332
2012 2,037,060 262,627 366,846
2011 1,934,430 248,514 354,188
2010 1,776,330 228,637 331,084
2009 1,659,250 214,046 306,354
2008 1,707,490 219,280 311,711
2007 1,650,760 211,599 299,344
2006 1,503,350 193,534 273,879
2005 1,412,130 181,570 248,255
2004 1,316,950 169,097 223,970
2003 1,256,670 161,384 200,530
2002 1,297,340 166,350 190,778
2001 1,321,140 169,407 184,832
2000 1,337,500 171,669 179,705
1999 1,285,950 165,770 163,201
1998 1,308,070 168,885 156,810
1997 1,373,080 177,356 164,823
1996 1,235,300 159,719 154,185
1995 1,119,010 144,652 145,237
1994 1,049,610 135,813 138,971
1993 931,008 120,355 128,328
1992 807,128 104,272 118,028
1991 691,323 88,960 108,624
1990 599,258 76,930 99,454
1989 536,559 68,791 92,369
1988 466,077 59,708 86,932
1987 394,771 50,625 77,404
1986 320,526 41,074 66,561
1985 278,127 35,657 58,725
1984 261,992 33,511 56,500
1983 217,282 29,907 49,602
1982 196,005 32,291 45,011
1981 173,577 31,055 41,193
1980 143,620 28,862 34,503
Historical GDP of Macau SAR
Historical GDP of Macau SAR(in million)
(based on IMF WEO October 2017)[14]
Year MOP$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 358,200 44,859 63,752
2015 362,642 45,415 64,323
2014 442,070 55,348 81,100
2013 411,865 51,552 80,639
2012 343,818 43,032 71,364
2011 294,347 36,708 64,148
2010 225,052 28,124 51,656
2009 171,467 21,475 40,740
2008 167,760 20,917 39,905
2007 147,383 18,341 37,853
2006 118,338 14,790 32,217
2005 96,872 12,092 27,584
2004 84,920 10,586 24,731
2003 65,734 8,195 18,989
2002 58,826 7,323 16,674
2001 54,718 6,811 15,074
Historical GDP of Taiwan Area
Historical GDP of Taiwan Area(in million)
(based on IMF WEO October 2017)[14]
Year TW$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 17,118,690 529,575 1,132,720
2015 16,759,020 525,236 1,102,140
2014 16,111,870 530,515 1,082,530
2013 15,230,740 511,599 1,022,330
2012 14,686,920 495,919 984,404
2011 14,312,200 485,671 947,053
2010 14,119,210 446,141 893,890
2009 12,961,660 392,106 798,240
2008 13,150,950 417,038 804,832
2007 13,407,060 408,221 783,829
2006 12,640,800 388,547 716,799
2005 12,092,250 375,787 658,405
2004 11,649,650 348,407 605,111
2003 10,965,870 318,364 552,941
2002 10,680,880 308,883 520,677
2001 10,158,210 300,223 485,727
2000 10,351,260 331,407 480,963
1999 9,815,600 304,174 441,892
1998 9,381,140 280,407 407,837
1997 8,717,240 303,706 387,156
1996 8,036,590 292,681 358,710
1995 7,396,650 279,270 331,792
1994 6,784,440 256,438 305,173
1993 6,205,340 235,166 277,981
1992 5,614,680 223,123 254,229
1991 5,023,760 187,351 229,527
1990 4,480,290 166,845 204,997
1989 4,033,070 152,727 187,121
1988 3,615,320 126,461 165,626
1987 3,344,960 105,040 148,145
1986 2,966,910 78,234 128,176
1985 2,536,010 63,641 112,669
1984 2,418,880 61,088 104,168
1983 2,170,010 54,162 91,412
1982 1,938,390 49,545 80,647
1981 1,805,040 48,986 72,460
1980 1,522,630 42,296 61,874

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NotesEdit

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. 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.[11]

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.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Data of Hong Kong and Taiwan are from IMF-WEO, April 2015, Macau GDP data are according to World Bank Data - Countries and Economies (DEC. 2014).
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Figures of GDP 1992-2013 are according to National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; GDP 2014 are preliminary data (CHINA NBS)
  3. ^ GDP-2017 is quarterly data (China NBS Data - Regional - Annual by provinces - National Accounts); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database April 2018 (IMF-WEO April 2018)
  4. ^ According World Economic Outlook Database April 2018 (IMF-WEO April 2018), PPP rate is CNY 3.5063 per Int'l.dollar; according Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2017 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.7518 per US dollar.
  5. ^ a b c All GDP-2016 Data is Revison (China NBS Data - Regional - Annual by provinces - National Accounts); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database October 2017 (IMF-WEO October 2017)
  6. ^ a b c According World Economic Outlook Database October 2017 (IMF-WEO October 2017), PPP rate is CNY 3.5061 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.
  7. ^ a b c All GDP-2015 figures by province are from National Data - Regional - Quarterly by Province - 2015 (China NBS); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database April 2016 (IMF-WEO April 2016)
  8. ^ a b c 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).
  9. ^ a b c All GDP-2014 figures by province are from National Data - Regional - Annual by Province - 2014 (China NBS); Data for comparison between Chinese provinces and world economies are according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Database April 2015 (IMF-WEO April 2015)
  10. ^ a b c According World Economic Outlook Database April 2015 (IMF-WEO April 2015), PPP rate is CNY 3.6192 per Int'l.dollar; according Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.1428 per US dollar.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j average rate for CNY TO USD: CNY 6.1428 per USD in 2014 (Statistical Communiqué of P.R. China on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development); average rates of 1978-2013 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Int'l. dollar) are according to IMF WEO (World Economic Outlook Database October 2014)
  12. ^ a b Figures of GDP 1978-2010 are revision according to China Economic Census 2008; GDP by provinces: National DATA - Regional DATA - Annual by province of CHINA NBS; CHINA GDP data are from the official publications Statistical Yearbook (China Statistical Yearbook 2010 - 2014)
  13. ^ a b average rate (for CNY TO USD) of 1978-2010 are according to Annual Data (China Statistical Yearbook). average rates of CNY Purchasing power parity (Int'l. dollar) are according to IMF - WEO (World Economic Outlook Database September 2011)
  14. ^ a b c all the gdp data for Hong Kong, Taiwan Area and Macao is based on IMF WEO (World Economic Outlook Database) October 2017.