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List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP per capita

The article lists China's first-level administrative divisions by their gross domestic product per capita in main years. All figures are given in the national currency, renminbi (CNY), and at nominal values according to recent exchange rates as well as according to purchasing power parity (PPP). The average CNY exchange rate used here is from the National Bureau of Statistics of China, and CNY PPP exchange rates are estimated according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

For comparison purposes, this article also displays the GDPs of Taiwan and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau, which maintain separate economic systems and currencies. These figures are shown in USD based on PPP, as estimated by the International Monetary Fund.[1]


Map of Chinese provinces and SARs by GDP PPP per capita in USD

     >$30,000      $15,000 - $30,000      <$15,000

2017 data

Chinese administrative divisions by nominal GDP per capita in 2014.
Chinese provinces as European countries with similar GDP PPP per capita.jpg
2017 GDP per capita[1] (based on mid-year population)
Nominal rate:CNY 6.7518 per US dollar; PPP rate: CNY 3.5061 per int'l. dollar[2]
Provinces Rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP (CNY)
(in billions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 59,660 8,836 17,015 100 82,712 1,378,665
Beijing 1 128,927 19,895 37,770 216 2,800 21,717
Shanghai 2 124,571 19,450 36,528 209 3,013 24,175
Tianjin 3 119,240 18,660 35,007 200 1,860 15,545
Jiangsu 4 107,189 17,176 32,570 180 8,590 79,875
Zhejiang 5 92,057 13,634 26,255 154 5,177 55,645
Fujian 6 82,976 12,289 23,665 139 3,230 38,565
Inner Mongolia 7 81,791 12,156 23,346 137 1,610 25,156
Guangdong 8 81,089 12,010 23,127 136 8,988 109,240
Shandong 9 72,851 10,790 20,777 122 7,268 99,470
Chongqing 10 63,689 9,433 18,164 107 1,950 30,325
Hubei 11 61,971 9,179 17,674 104 3,652 58,685
Shaanxi 12 57,266 8,482 16,332 96 2,190 38,027
Jilin 13 56,101 8,309 16,000 94 1,529 27,432
Liaoning 14 54,745 8,108 15,613 92 2,394 43,801
Ningxia 15 50,917 7,541 14,521 85 345 6,714
Hunan 16 50,563 7,489 14,421 85 3,459 68,025
Hainan 17 48,429 7,173 13,812 81 446 9,140
Hebei 18 47,985 7,107 13,685 80 3,596 74,475
Henan 19 47,129 6,980 13,441 79 4,499 95,062
Jiangxi 20 45,187 6,693 12,887 76 2,082 45,790
Xinjiang 21 45,099 6,680 12,862 76 1,092 23,790
Sichuan 22 44,651 6,613 12,735 75 3,698 82,330
Qinghai 23 44,348 6,568 12,648 74 264 5,909
Anhui 24 44,206 6,547 12,608 74 2,752 61,696
Heilongjiang 25 42,699 6,324 12,178 72 1,620 38,056
Guangxi 26 41,955 6,214 11,966 70 2,040 48,170
Shanxi 27 40,557 6,007 11,567 68 1,497 36,728
Tibet 28 39,258 5,814 11,196 66 131 3,273
Guizhou 29 37,956 5,622 10,825 64 1,354 35,425
Yunnan 30 34,546 5,117 9,852 58 1,653 47,562
Gansu 31 29,326 4,343 8,364 49 768 26,050

Historical data

2016

GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2016 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[3]
Nominal rate:CNY 6.6423 per US dollar; PPP rate: CNY 3.5061 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO October 2017)
Provinces Rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 53,974 8,126 15,394 100 74,412,720 1,378,665
Beijing 1 118,198 17,795 33,712 219 2,566,913 21,717
Shanghai 2 116,562 17,548 33,245 216 2,817,865 24,175
Tianjin 3 115,053 17,321 32,815 213 1,788,539 15,545
Jiangsu 4 96,887 14,586 27,634 180 7,738,828 79,875
Zhejiang 5 84,916 12,784 24,219 157 4,725,136 55,645
Fujian 6 74,707 11,247 21,308 138 2,881,058 38,565
Guangdong 7 74,016 11,143 21,111 137 8,085,491 109,240
Inner Mongolia 8 72,064 10,849 20,554 134 1,812,810 25,156
Shandong 9 68,733 10,348 19,604 127 6,802,449 98,969
Chongqing 10 58,502 8,807 16,686 108 1,774,059 30,325
Hubei 11 55,662 15,876 15,876 103 3,266,538 58,685
Jilin 12 53,868 8,600 16,364 100 1,477,680 27,432
Shaanxi 13 51,015 8,680 15,550 95 1,939,959 38,027
Liaoning 14 50,791 7,647 14,486 94 2,224,690 43,801
Ningxia 15 47,194 7,105 13,461 87 316,859 6,714
Hunan 16 46,382 6,983 13,229 86 3,155,137 68,025
Hainan 17 44,347 6,676 12,649 82 405,320 9,140
Qinghai 18 43,532 6,554 12,416 81 257,249 5,909
Hebei 19 43,062 6,483 12,282 80 3,207,045 74,475
Henan 20 42,574 6,410 12,143 79 4,047,179 95,062
Xinjiang 21 40,561 6,107 11,569 75 964,970 23,790
Heilongjiang 22 40,430 6,087 11,531 75 1,538,609 38,056
Jiangxi 23 40,400 6,082 11,523 75 1,849,900 45,790
Sichuan 24 40,003 6,022 11,410 74 3,293,454 82,330
Anhui 25 39,561 5,956 11,284 73 2,440,762 61,696
Guangxi 26 38,027 5,725 10,846 70 1,831,764 48,170
Shanxi 27 35,532 5,349 10,134 66 1,305,041 36,728
Tibet 28 35,184 5,297 10,035 65 115,141 3,273
Guizhou 29 33,244 5,005 9,482 62 1,177,673 35,425
Yunnan 30 31,093 4,681 8,868 58 1,478,842 47,562
Gansu 31 27,641 4,161 7,884 51 720,037 26,050
GDP per capita (based on year-end population)
GDP per capita
2016 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)[3]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.6423 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5061 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO October 2017)[4]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
year-end
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 53,817 8,102 15,349 100 74,412,720 1,382,710
Beijing 1 118,133 18,458 33,694 220 2,566,913 21,729
Shanghai 2 116,455 18,196 33,215 216 2,817,865 24,197
Tianjin 3 114,494 17,889 32,656 213 1,788,539 15,621
Jiangsu 4 96,752 15,117 27,595 180 7,738,828 79,986
Zhejiang 5 84,528 13,207 24,109 157 4,725,136 55,900
Fujian 6 74,369 11,620 21,211 138 2,881,058 38,740
Guangdong 7 73,511 11,486 20,967 137 8,085,491 109,990
Inner Mongolia 8 71,934 11,239 20,517 134 1,812,810 25,201
Shandong 9 68,389 10,685 19,506 127 6,802,449 99,466
Chongqing 10 58,196 9,093 16,598 108 1,774,059 30,484
Hubei 11 55,506 8,672 15,831 103 3,266,538 58,850
Jilin 12 54,067 8,448 15,421 100 1,477,680 27,330
Shaanxi 13 50,883 7,950 14,513 95 1,939,959 38,126
Liaoning 14 50,818 7,940 14,494 94 2,224,690 43,778
Ningxia 15 46,949 7,335 13,391 87 316,859 6,749
Hunan 16 46,249 7,226 13,191 86 3,155,137 68,220
Hainan 17 44,194 6,905 12,605 82 405,320 9,171
Qinghai 18 43,347 6,773 12,363 81 257,249 5,935
Hebei 19 42,932 6,709 12,245 80 3,207,045 74,701
Henan 20 42,457 6,634 12,109 79 4,047,179 95,324
Heilongjiang 21 40,498 6,327 11,551 75 1,538,609 37,992
Jiangxi 22 40,283 6,294 11,489 75 1,849,900 45,923
Xinjiang 23 40,239 6,287 11,477 75 964,970 23,981
Sichuan 24 39,863 6,228 11,370 74 3,293,454 82,620
Anhui 25 39,396 6,155 11,236 73 2,440,762 61,955
Guangxi 26 37,862 5,916 10,799 70 1,831,764 48,380
Shanxi 27 35,447 5,538 10,110 66 1,305,041 36,816
Tibet 28 34,834 5,442 9,935 65 115,141 3,305
Guizhou 29 33,127 5,176 9,448 62 1,177,673 35,550
Yunnan 30 31,000 4,843 8,842 58 1,478,842 47,705
Gansu 31 27,588 4,310 7,869 51 720,037 26,100
Comparisons with world economies
2016 Nominal GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2016 Nominal GDP per capita (US$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF-WEO based on IMF WEO October 2017[3]
average rate: CN¥6.6423 per US dollar[4]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy Nominal
GDPpc
economy Nominal
GDPpc
Mainland China 8,102  Dominica 8,220  Venezuela 7,620
Beijing 1 17,785  Estonia 17,786  Palau 17,175
Shanghai 2 17,532  Estonia 17,786  Palau 17,175
Tianjin 3 17,237  Estonia 17,786  Palau 17,175
Jiangsu 4 14,566  Lithuania 14,893  Latvia 14,063
Zhejiang 5 12,726  Chile 13,576  Hungary 12,652
Fujian 6 11,196  Lebanon 11,295  Turkey 10,817
Guangdong 7 11,067  Lebanon 11,295  Turkey 10,817
Innermongolia 8 10,830  Lebanon 11,295  Turkey 10,817
Shandong 9 10,296  Turkey 10,817  Grenada 9,857
Chongqing 10 8,761  Russia 8,946  Brazil 8,727
Hubei 11 8,356  Mexico 8,562  Dominica 8,220
Jilin 12 8,140  Dominica 8,220  China 8,102
Shaanxi 13 7,660  Nauru 7,824  Venezuela 7,620
Liaoning 14 7,651  Nauru 7,824  Venezuela 7,620
Ningxia 15 7,068  Dominican Republic 7,114  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6,992
Hunan 16 6,963  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6,992  Montenegro 6,707
Hainan 17 6,653  Montenegro 6,707  Turkmenistan 6,622
Qinghai 18 6,526  Turkmenistan 6,622  Suriname 6,430
Hebei 19 6,463  Turkmenistan 6,622  Suriname 6,430
Henan 20 6,392  Suriname 6,430  Peru 6,204
Heilongjiang 21 6,097  Peru 6,204  Ecuador 5,917
Jiangxi 22 6,065  Peru 6,204  Ecuador 5,917
Xinjiang 23 6,058  Peru 6,204  Ecuador 5,917
Sichuan 24 6,001  Peru 6,204  Ecuador 5,917
Anhui 25 5,931  Peru 6,204  Ecuador 5,917
Guangxi 26 5,700  Colombia 5,792  Jordan 5,549
Shanxi 27 5,337  Serbia 5,348  South Africa 5,302
Tibet 28 5,244  Macedonia 5,264  Iran 5,027
Guizhou 29 4,987  Belarus 4,989  Jamaica 4,934
Yunnan 30 4,667  Namibia 4,709  Belize 4,630
Gansu 31 4,153  El Salvador 4,227  Albania 4,126
2016 PPP GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2016 PPP GDP per capita (Int'l.$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF WEO October 2017[3]
average rate: CNY 3.5061 per int'l. dollar [4]
provinces rank GDPpc Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy PPP
GDPpc
economy PPP
GDPpc
Mainland China 15,349  Dominican Republic 16,071  Brazil 15,238
Beijing 1 33,694  Cyprus 34,961  Czech Republic 33,529
Shanghai 2 33,215  Czech Republic 33,529  Slovenia 32,216
Tianjin 3 32,656  Czech Republic 33,529  Slovenia 32,216
Jiangsu 4 27,595  Poland 27,690  Hungary 27,475
Zhejiang 5 24,109  Bahamas 24,485  Chile 24,089
Fujian 6 21,211  Uruguay 21,395  Mauritius 20,542
Guangdong 7 20,967  Uruguay 21,395  Mauritius 20,542
Innermongolia 8 20,517  Mauritius 20,542  Bulgaria 20,355
Shandong 9 19,506  Argentina 20,053  Iran 19,256
Chongqing 10 16,598  Montenegro 16,655  Costa Rica 16,434
Hubei 11 15,831  Dominican Republic 16,071  Brazil 15,238
Jilin 12 15,421  Dominican Republic 16,071  Brazil 15,238
Shaanxi 13 14,513  Macedonia 14,593  Serbia 14,412
Liaoning 14 14,494  Macedonia 14,593  Serbia 14,412
Ningxia 15 13,391  Suriname 13,985  South Africa 13,291
Hunan 16 13,191  Saint Lucia 13,219  Peru 12,913
Hainan 17 12,605  Peru 12,913  Egypt 12,551
Qinghai 18 12,363  Egypt 12,551  Sri Lanka 12,285
Hebei 19 12,245  Jordan 12,265  Albania 11,821
Henan 20 12,109  Jordan 12,265  Albania 11,821
Heilongjiang 21 11,551  Tunisia 11,631  Nauru 11,540
Jiangxi 22 11,489  Nauru 11,540  Dominica 11,381
Xinjiang 23 11,477  Nauru 11,540  Dominica 11,381
Sichuan 24 11,370  Dominica 11,381  Namibia 11,335
Anhui 25 11,236  Namibia 11,335  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 11,190
Guangxi 26 10,799  Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,908  Georgia 10,043
Shanxi 27 10,110  Bosnia and Herzegovina 10,908  Georgia 10,043
Tibet 28 9,935  Kosovo 10,008  Swaziland 9,814
Guizhou 29 9,448  Swaziland 9,814  Paraguay 9,394
Yunnan 30 8,842  Jamaica 8,954  Armenia 8,637
Gansu 31 7,869  Guyana 7,871  Philippines 7,739

2015

2015 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2015 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[5]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.2284 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5268 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2016)[6]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
China 50,251 8,068 14,248 100 68,905,100 1,371,220
Tianjin 1 107,960 17,334 30,611 216 1,653,819 15,319
Beijing 2 106,497 17,099 30,196 213 2,296,859 21,611
Shanghai 3 103,796 16,665 29,431 208 2,496,499 24,205
Jiangsu 4 87,995 14,128 24,950 176 7,011,638 79,682
Zhejiang 5 77,644 12,466 22,015 155 4,288,649 55,235
Inner Mongolia 6 71,101 11,416 20,160 142 1,803,279 25,079
Fujian 7 67,966 10,912 19,271 136 2,597,982 38,225
Guangdong 8 67,503 10,838 19,140 135 7,281,255 107,865
Liaoning 9 65,354 10,493 18,531 131 2,874,339 43,867
Shandong 10 64,168 10,302 18,194 128 6,300,233 98,183
Chongqing 11 52,321 8,400 14,835 105 1,571,972 30,040
Jilin 12 51,852 8,325 14,702 104 1,427,411 27,528
Hubei 13 50,654 8,133 14,363 103 2,955,019 58,338
Shaanxi 14 48,023 7,710 13,617 97 1,817,186 37,840
Ningxia 15 43,805 7,033 12,421 89 291,177 6,647
Hunan 16 42,968 6,899 12,183 87 2,904,721 67,601
Qinghai 17 41,252 6,623 11,697 84 241,705 5,859
Hainan 18 40,818 6,554 11,574 83 370,276 9,072
Hebei 19 40,255 6,463 11,414 82 2,980,611 74,043
Xinjiang 20 40,034 6,428 11,351 81 932,480 23,292
Heilongjiang 21 39,352 6,318 11,158 80 1,508,367 38,330
Henan 22 39,131 6,283 11,095 79 3,701,025 94,580
Sichuan 23 36,836 5,914 10,445 75 3,010,310 81,721
Jiangxi 24 36,724 5,896 10,413 74 1,672,378 45,539
Anhui 25 35,997 5,779 10,207 73 2,200,560 61,133
Guangxi 26 35,190 5,650 9,978 71 1,680,312 47,750
Shanxi 27 34,919 5,606 9,901 70 1,280,258 36,560
Tibet 28 31,999 5,138 9,073 64 102,639 3,208
Guizhou 29 29,847 4,792 8,463 60 1,050,256 35,188
Yunnan 30 28,806 4,625 8,168 58 1,371,788 47,279
Gansu 31 26,165 4,201 7,419 52 679,032 25,952

2014

2014 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2014 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[7]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.1428 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6192 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2015)[8]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Level of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 46,652 7,595 12,890 100 63,646,270 1,364,270
Tianjin 1 105,202 17,126 29,068 226 1,572,247 14,945
Beijing 2 99,995 16,278 27,629 214 2,133,083 21,332
Shanghai 3 97,343 15,847 26,896 209 2,356,094 24,204
Jiangsu 4 81,874 13,329 22,622 175 6,508,832 79,498
Zhejiang 5 72,967 11,878 20,161 156 4,015,350 55,030
Inner Mongolia 6 71,044 11,565 19,630 152 1,776,951 25,012
Liaoning 7 65,198 10,614 18,015 140 2,862,658 43,907
Fujian 8 63,472 10,333 17,537 136 2,405,576 37,900
Guangdong 9 63,452 10,330 17,532 136 6,779,224 106,840
Shandong 10 60,879 9,911 16,821 130 5,942,659 97,614
Jilin 11 50,162 8,166 13,860 108 1,380,381 27,518
Chongqing 12 47,859 7,791 13,224 103 1,426,540 29,807
Hubei 13 47,124 7,671 13,020 101 2,736,704 58,075
Shaanxi 14 46,928 7,640 12,967 101 1,768,994 37,696
Ningxia 15 41,834 6,810 11,559 90 275,210 6,579
Xinjiang 16 40,607 6,611 11,220 87 926,410 22,814
Hunan 17 40,287 6,558 11,132 86 2,704,846 67,139
Hebei 18 39,984 6,509 11,048 86 2,942,115 73,582
Qinghai 19 39,633 6,452 10,951 85 230,112 5,806
Heilongjiang 20 39,226 6,386 10,838 84 1,503,938 38,340
Hainan 21 38,924 6,336 10,755 83 350,072 8,994
Sichuan 22 35,128 5,719 9,706 75 2,853,666 81,236
Shanxi 23 35,064 5,708 9,688 75 1,275,944 36,389
Henan 24 34,808 5,667 9,618 75 3,493,938 100,377
Jiangxi 25 34,660 5,642 9,577 74 1,570,859 45,322
Anhui 26 34,425 5,604 9,512 74 2,084,875 60,564
Guangxi 27 33,090 5,387 9,143 71 1,567,297 47,365
Tibet 28 29,252 4,762 8,082 63 92,083 3,148
Yunnan 29 27,264 4,438 7,533 58 1,281,459 47,003
Gansu 30 26,427 4,302 7,302 57 683,527 25,865
Guizhou 31 26,393 4,297 7,292 57 925,101 35,051
2014 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)
2014 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)[7]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal: CNY 6.1428 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6192 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO April 2015)[8]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
year-end
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 46,531 7,575 12,857 100 63,646,270 1,367,820
Tianjin 1 103,655 16,874 28,640 223 1,572,247 15,168
Beijing 2 99,139 16,139 27,393 213 2,133,083 21,516
Shanghai 3 97,131 15,812 26,838 209 2,356,094 24,257
Jiangsu 4 81,769 13,311 22,593 176 6,508,832 79,601
Zhejiang 5 72,900 11,868 20,143 157 4,015,350 55,080
Inner Mongolia 6 70,942 11,549 19,601 152 1,776,951 25,048
Liaoning 7 65,188 10,612 18,012 140 2,862,658 43,914
Guangdong 8 63,215 10,291 17,467 136 6,779,224 107,240
Fujian 9 63,205 10,289 17,464 136 2,405,576 38,060
Shandong 10 60,705 9,882 16,773 130 5,942,659 97,894
Jilin 11 50,152 8,164 13,857 108 1,380,381 27,524
Chongqing 12 47,688 7,763 13,176 102 1,426,540 29,914
Hubei 13 47,055 7,660 13,001 101 2,736,704 58,160
Shaanxi 14 46,859 7,628 12,947 101 1,768,994 37,751
Ningxia 15 41,601 6,772 11,495 89 275,210 6,615
Xinjiang 16 40,306 6,561 11,137 87 926,410 22,985
Hunan 17 40,148 6,536 11,093 86 2,704,846 67,372
Hebei 18 39,846 6,487 11,010 86 2,942,115 73,838
Qinghai 19 39,442 6,421 10,898 85 230,112 5,834
Heilongjiang 20 39,237 6,387 10,841 84 1,503,938 38,330
Hainan 21 38,747 6,308 10,706 83 350,072 9,035
Sichuan 22 35,056 5,707 9,686 75 2,853,666 81,402
Shanxi 23 34,977 5,694 9,664 75 1,275,944 36,480
Jiangxi 24 34,584 5,630 9,556 74 1,570,859 45,422
Anhui 25 34,274 5,580 9,470 74 2,084,875 60,829
Guangxi 26 32,968 5,367 9,109 71 1,567,297 47,540
Henan 27 32,770 5,335 9,054 70 3,493,938 106,620
Tibet 28 28,998 4,721 8,012 62 92,083 3,176
Yunnan 29 27,185 4,425 7,511 58 1,281,459 47,139
Gansu 30 26,383 4,295 7,290 57 683,527 25,908
Guizhou 31 26,371 4,293 7,286 57 925,101 35,080
Comparisons with world economies (based on year-end population, IMF-WEO April 2015)
2014 Nominal GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2014 Nominal GDP per capita (US$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO April 2015[7]
average rate: CNY 6.1428 per US dollar[8]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy Nominal
GDPPC
economy Nominal
GDPPC
Mainland China 7,589  Bulgaria 7,753  Botswana 7,505
Tianjin 1 16,874  Equatorial Guinea 18,389  Lithuania 16,386
Beijing 2 16,139  Uruguay 16,199  Latvia 15,729
Shanghai 3 15,812  Uruguay 16,199  Latvia 15,729
Jiangsu 4 13,311  Croatia 13,494  Russia 12,926
Zhejiang 5 11,868  Kazakhstan 12,184  Brazil 11,604
Inner Mongolia 6 11,549  Brazil 11,604  Panama 11,147
Liaoning 7 10,612  Mexico 10,715  Mauritius 10,517
Guangdong 8 10,291  Turkey 10,482  Costa Rica 10,083
Fujian 9 10,289  Turkey 10,482  Costa Rica 10,083
Shandong 10 9,882  Romania 10,035  Suriname 9,584
Jilin 11 8,164  Turkmenistan 8,271  Grenada 8,125
Chongqing 12 7,763  Azerbaijan 7,902  Bulgaria 7,753
Hubei 13 7,660  Bulgaria 7,753  Botswana 7,505
Shaanxi 14 7,628  Bulgaria 7,753  Botswana 7,505
Ningxia 15 6,772  Montenegro 7,149  Venezuela 6,757
Xinjiang 16 6,561  Libya 6,623  South Africa 6,483
Hunan 17 6,536  Libya 6,623  South Africa 6,483
Hebei 18 6,487  Libya 6,623  South Africa 6,483
Qinghai 19 6,421  Peru 6,458  Ecuador 6,286
Heilongjiang 20 6,387  Peru 6,458  Ecuador 6,286
Hainan 21 6,308  Peru 6,458  Ecuador 6,286
Sichuan 22 5,707  Dominican Republic 6,044  Algeria 5,532
Shanxi 23 5,694  Dominican Republic 6,044  Algeria 5,532
Jiangxi 24 5,630  Dominican Republic 6,044  Algeria 5,532
Anhui 25 5,580  Dominican Republic 6,044  Algeria 5,532
Guangxi 26 5,367  Thailand 5,445  Jordan 5,358
Henan 27 5,335  Jordan 5,358  Angola 5,273
Tibet 28 4,721  Belize 4,745  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,644
Yunnan 29 4,425  Tonga 4,429  Tunisia 4,415
Gansu 30 4,295  Paraguay 4,305  Mongolia 4,096
Guizhou 31 4,293  Paraguay 4,305  Mongolia 4,096
2014 PPP GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2014 PPP GDP per capita (Int'l.$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO April 2015[7]
average rate: CNY 3.6192 per int'l. dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy PPP
GDPPC
economy PPP
GDPPC
Mainland China 12,880  Dominican Republic 13,012  Grenada 11,979
Tianjin 1 28,640  Slovenia 29,658  Slovakia 28,175
Beijing 2 27,393  Slovakia 28,175  Lithuania 27,051
Shanghai 3 26,838  Portugal 26,975  Greece 25,859
Jiangsu 4 22,593  Gabon 22,924  Argentina 22,582
Zhejiang 5 20,143  Uruguay 20,556  Romania 19,712
Inner Mongolia 6 19,601  Turkey 19,610  Panama 19,455
Liaoning 7 18,012  Belarus 18,161  Lebanon 17,986
Guangdong 8 17,467  Azerbaijan 17,618  Iran 17,114
Fujian 9 17,464  Azerbaijan 17,618  Iran 17,114
Shandong 10 16,773  Iran 17,114  Suriname 16,623
Jilin 11 13,857  Turkmenistan 14,165  Colombia 13,430
Chongqing 12 13,176  Serbia 13,329  South Africa 13,046
Hubei 13 13,001  Dominican Republic 13,012  Grenada 11,979
Shaanxi 14 12,947  Dominican Republic 13,012  Grenada 11,979
Ningxia 15 11,495  Saint Lucia 11,594  Albania 11,377
Xinjiang 16 11,137  Ecuador 11,244  Egypt 10,877
Hunan 17 11,093  Ecuador 11,244  Egypt 10,877
Hebei 18 11,010  Ecuador 11,244  Egypt 10,877
Qinghai 19 10,898  Ecuador 11,244  Egypt 10,877
Heilongjiang 20 10,841  Egypt 10,877  Dominica 10,800
Hainan 21 10,706  Namibia 10,765  Indonesia 10,641
Sichuan 22 9,686  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Shanxi 23 9,664  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Jiangxi 24 9,556  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Anhui 25 9,470  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Guangxi 26 9,109  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Henan 27 9,054  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,833  Ukraine 8,668
Tibet 28 8,012  El Salvador 8,021  Swaziland 7,797
Yunnan 29 7,511  Morocco 7,606  Guatemala 7,503
Gansu 30 7,290  Armenia 7,374  Angola 7,203
Guizhou 31 7,286  Armenia 7,374  Angola 7,203

2013

2013 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2013 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.1932 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6329 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 43,320 6,995 11,924 100 58,801,880 1,357,380
Tianjin 1 99,607 16,083 27,418 230 1,437,016 14,427
Beijing 2 93,213 15,051 25,658 215 1,950,056 20,921
Shanghai 3 90,092 14,547 24,799 208 2,160,212 23,978
Jiangsu 4 74,607 12,047 20,537 172 5,916,175 79,297
Zhejiang 5 68,462 11,054 18,845 158 3,756,849 54,875
Inner Mongolia 6 67,499 10,899 18,580 156 1,683,238 24,937
Liaoning 7 61,687 9,960 16,980 142 2,707,765 43,895
Guangdong 8 58,540 9,452 16,114 135 6,216,397 106,190
Fujian 9 57,856 9,342 15,926 134 2,175,964 37,610
Shandong 10 56,323 9,094 15,503 130 5,468,433 97,091
Jilin 11 47,191 7,620 12,990 109 1,298,146 27,508
Chongqing 12 42,795 6,910 11,780 99 1,265,669 29,575
Shaanxi 13 42,690 6,893 11,751 99 1,604,521 37,585
Hubei 14 42,613 6,881 11,730 98 2,466,849 57,890
Ningxia 15 39,421 6,365 10,851 91 256,506 6,507
Hebei 16 38,716 6,251 10,657 89 2,830,141 73,101
Heilongjiang 17 37,509 6,056 10,325 87 1,438,293 38,345
Xinjiang 18 37,181 6,003 10,234 86 836,024 22,485
Hunan 19 36,763 5,936 10,119 85 2,450,167 66,648
Qinghai 20 36,510 5,895 10,050 84 210,105 5,755
Hainan 21 35,317 5,703 9,721 82 314,646 8,909
Shanxi 22 34,810 5,621 9,582 80 1,260,224 36,203
Henan 23 34,173 5,518 9,406 79 3,215,586 94,098
Sichuan 24 32,454 5,240 8,933 75 2,626,077 80,916
Jiangxi 25 31,771 5,130 8,745 73 1,433,850 45,130
Anhui 26 31,684 5,116 8,722 73 1,903,887 60,089
Guangxi 27 30,588 4,939 8,420 71 1,437,800 47,005
Tibet 28 26,068 4,209 7,176 60 80,767 3,098
Yunnan 29 25,083 4,050 6,904 58 1,172,091 46,728
Gansu 30 24,296 3,923 6,688 56 626,801 25,799
Guizhou 31 22,921 3,701 6,309 53 800,679 34,931
2013 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)
2013 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal: CNY 6.1932 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.6329 per Int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
year-end
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 43,214 6,978 11,895 100 58,801,880 1,360,720
Tianjin 1 97,609 15,761 26,868 226 1,437,016 14,722
Beijing 2 92,210 14,889 25,382 213 1,950,056 21,148
Shanghai 3 89,444 14,442 24,621 207 2,160,212 24,152
Jiangsu 4 74,516 12,032 20,511 172 5,916,175 79,395
Zhejiang 5 68,331 11,033 18,809 158 3,756,849 54,980
Inner Mongolia 6 67,394 10,882 18,551 156 1,683,238 24,976
Liaoning 7 61,680 9,959 16,978 143 2,707,765 43,900
Guangdong 8 58,403 9,430 16,076 135 6,216,397 106,440
Fujian 9 57,657 9,310 15,871 133 2,175,964 37,740
Shandong 10 56,182 9,072 15,465 130 5,468,433 97,334
Jilin 11 47,183 7,619 12,988 109 1,298,146 27,513
Shaanxi 12 42,628 6,883 11,734 99 1,604,521 37,640
Chongqing 13 42,615 6,881 11,730 99 1,265,669 29,700
Hubei 14 42,539 6,869 11,709 98 2,466,849 57,990
Ningxia 15 39,210 6,331 10,793 91 256,506 6,542
Hebei 16 38,597 6,232 10,624 89 2,830,141 73,326
Heilong 17 37,504 6,056 10,323 87 1,438,293 38,350
Xinjiang 18 36,922 5,962 10,163 85 836,024 22,643
Hunan 19 36,621 5,913 10,080 85 2,450,167 66,906
Qinghai 20 36,364 5,872 10,010 84 210,105 5,778
Hainan 21 35,145 5,675 9,674 81 314,646 8,953
Shanxi 22 34,719 5,606 9,557 80 1,260,224 36,298
Henan 23 34,160 5,516 9,403 79 3,215,586 94,134
Sichuan 24 32,393 5,230 8,916 75 2,626,077 81,070
Jiangxi 25 31,707 5,120 8,728 73 1,433,850 45,222
Anhui 26 31,575 5,098 8,691 73 1,903,887 60,298
Guangxi 27 30,468 4,920 8,387 71 1,437,800 47,190
Tibet 28 25,884 4,179 7,125 60 80,767 3,120
Yunnan 29 25,009 4,038 6,884 58 1,172,091 46,866
Gansu 30 24,274 3,919 6,682 56 626,801 25,822
Guizhou 31 22,862 3,691 6,293 53 800,679 35,022
Comparisons with world economies (based on year-end population, IMF-WEO October 2014)
2013 Nominal GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2013 Nominal GDP per capita (US$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 6.1932 per US dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy Nominal
GDPPC
economy Nominal
GDPPC
Mainland China 6,978  Dominica 7,031  Maldives 6,686
Tianjin 1 15,761  Chile 15,776  Lithuania 15,649
Beijing 2 14,889  Seychelles 14,918  Argentina 14,709
Shanghai 3 14,442  Russia 14,591  Palau 14,022
Jiangsu 4 12,032  Gabon 12,326  Brazil 11,173
Zhejiang 5 11,033  Brazil 11,173  Panama 10,876
Inner Mongolia 6 10,882  Brazil 11,173  Panama 10,876
Liaoning 7 9,959  Lebanon 10,077  Suriname 9,206
Guangdong 8 9,430  Lebanon 10,077  Suriname 9,206
Fujian 9 9,310  Lebanon 10,077  Suriname 9,206
Shandong 10 9,072  Mauritius 9,165  Romania 8,874
Jilin 11 7,619  Grenada 7,697  Belarus 7,577
Shaanxi 12 6,883  Dominica 7,031  Maldives 6,686
Chongqing 13 6,881  Dominica 7,031  Maldives 6,686
Hubei 14 6,869  Dominica 7,031  Maldives 6,686
Ningxia 15 6,331  Peru 6,541  Angola 5,964
Hebei 16 6,232  Peru 6,541  Angola 5,964
Heilong 17 6,056  Peru 6,541  Angola 5,964
Xinjiang 18 5,962  Angola 5,964  Ecuador 5,943
Hunan 19 5,913  Ecuador 5,943  Serbia 5,902
Qinghai 20 5,872  Dominican Republic 5,882  Thailand 5,676
Hainan 21 5,675  Thailand 5,676  Namibia 5,636
Shanxi 22 5,606  Namibia 5,636  Algeria 5,606
Henan 23 5,516  Algeria 5,606  Jordan 5,174
Sichuan 24 5,230  Algeria 5,606  Jordan 5,174
Jiangxi 25 5,120  Jordan 5,174  Jamaica 5,100
Anhui 26 5,098  Jamaica 5,100  Macedonia 4,931
Guangxi 27 4,920  Macedonia 4,931  Iran 4,769
Tibet 28 4,179  Paraguay 4,281  Samoa 4,165
Yunnan 29 4,038  Timor-Leste 4,142  Mongolia 3,996
Gansu 30 3,919  Ukraine 3,930  El Salvador 3,835
Guizhou 31 3,691  Guyana 3,755  Cape Verde 3,633
2013 PPP GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2013 PPP GDP per capita (Int'l.$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 3.6329 per int'l. dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy PPP
GDPPC
economy PPP
GDPPC
Mainland China 11,895  Maldives 11,903  Jordan 11,639
Tianjin 1 26,868  Czech Republic 27,347  Slovakia 26,616
Beijing 2 25,382  Portugal 25,643  Lithuania 25,374
Shanghai 3 24,621  Bahamas 24,648  Russia 24,298
Jiangsu 4 20,511  Gabon 20,520  Croatia 20,222
Zhejiang 5 18,809  Turkey 18,874  Venezuela 18,453
Inner Mongolia 6 18,551  Turkey 18,874  Venezuela 18,453
Liaoning 7 16,978  Azerbaijan 17,028  Bulgaria 16,518
Guangdong 8 16,076  Suriname 16,080  Barbados 16,015
Fujian 9 15,871  Barbados 16,015  Botswana 15,241
Shandong 10 15,465  Barbados 16,015  Botswana 15,241
Jilin 11 12,988  Algeria 13,788  Turkmenistan 12,863
Shaanxi 12 11,734  Maldives 11,903  Jordan 11,639
Chongqing 13 11,730  Maldives 11,903  Jordan 11,639
Hubei 14 11,709  Maldives 11,903  Jordan 11,639
Ningxia 15 10,793  Egypt 10,870  Albania 10,596
Hebei 16 10,624  Egypt 10,870  Albania 10,596
Heilongjiang 17 10,323  Dominica 10,372  Namibia 10,234
Xinjiang 18 10,163  Namibia 10,234  Indonesia 9,635
Hunan 19 10,080  Namibia 10,234  Indonesia 9,635
Qinghai 20 10,010  Namibia 10,234  Indonesia 9,635
Hainan 21 9,674  Namibia 10,234  Indonesia 9,635
Shanxi 22 9,557  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,563  Mongolia 9,293
Henan 23 9,403  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,563  Mongolia 9,293
Sichuan 24 8,916  Mongolia 9,293  Ukraine 8,651
Jiangxi 25 8,728  Mongolia 9,293  Ukraine 8,651
Anhui 26 8,691  Mongolia 9,293  Ukraine 8,651
Guangxi 27 8,387  Jamaica 8,487  Paraguay 8,064
Tibet 28 7,125  Georgia 7,156  Armenia 7,034
Yunnan 29 6,884  Armenia 7,034  Philippines 6,597
Gansu 30 6,682  Armenia 7,034  Philippines 6,597
Guizhou 31 6,293  Guyana 6,573  Cape Verde 6,248

2012

2012 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2012 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.3125 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5832 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 39,544 6,264 11,036 100 53,412,300 1,350,695
Tianjin 1 93,159 14,758 25,999 236 1,289,388 13,841
Beijing 2 87,475 13,857 24,412 221 1,787,940 20,440
Shanghai 3 85,373 13,524 23,826 216 2,018,172 23,639
Jiangsu 4 68,347 10,827 19,074 173 5,405,822 79,094
Inner Mongolia 5 63,886 10,121 17,829 162 1,588,058 24,858
Zhejiang 6 63,374 10,039 17,686 160 3,466,533 54,700
Liaoning 7 56,649 8,974 15,810 143 2,484,643 43,860
Guangdong 8 54,096 8,570 15,097 137 5,706,792 105,494
Fujian 9 52,763 8,359 14,725 133 1,970,178 37,340
Shandong 10 51,768 8,201 14,447 131 5,001,324 96,610
Jilin 11 43,417 6,878 12,117 110 1,193,924 27,499
Chongqing 12 38,914 6,165 10,860 98 1,140,960 29,320
Hubei 13 38,574 6,111 10,765 98 2,225,045 57,683
Shaanxi 14 38,565 6,109 10,763 98 1,445,368 37,478
Hebei 15 36,584 5,796 10,210 93 2,657,501 72,640
Ningxia 16 36,394 5,765 10,157 92 234,129 6,433
Heilongjiang 17 35,711 5,657 9,966 90 1,369,158 38,340
Xinjiang 18 33,796 5,354 9,432 85 750,531 22,207
Shanxi 19 33,629 5,327 9,385 85 1,211,283 36,019
Hunan 20 33,479 5,304 9,343 85 2,215,423 66,173
Qinghai 21 33,181 5,256 9,260 84 189,354 5,707
Hainan 22 32,378 5,129 9,036 82 285,554 8,819
Henan 23 31,499 4,990 8,791 80 2,959,931 93,970
Sichuan 24 29,607 4,690 8,263 75 2,387,280 80,631
Jiangxi 25 28,800 4,562 8,037 73 1,294,888 44,962
Anhui 26 28,792 4,561 8,035 73 1,721,205 59,780
Guangxi 27 27,951 4,428 7,801 71 1,303,510 46,635
Tibet 28 22,950 3,636 6,405 58 70,103 3,055
Yunnan 29 22,195 3,516 6,194 56 1,030,947 46,449
Gansu 30 21,978 3,482 6,134 56 565,020 25,709
Guizhou 31 19,711 3,122 5,501 50 685,220 34,764
2012 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)
2012 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.3125 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5832 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
year-end
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 39,447 6,249 11,009 100 53,412,300 1,354,040
Tianjin 1 91,242 14,454 25,464 231 1,289,388 14,132
Beijing 2 86,403 13,688 24,113 219 1,787,940 20,693
Shanghai 3 84,782 13,431 23,661 215 2,018,172 23,804
Jiangsu 4 68,256 10,813 19,049 173 5,405,822 79,200
Inner Mongolia 5 63,781 10,104 17,800 162 1,588,058 24,899
Zhejiang 6 63,293 10,027 17,664 160 3,466,533 54,770
Liaoning 7 56,611 8,968 15,799 144 2,484,643 43,890
Guangdong 8 53,868 8,534 15,034 137 5,706,792 105,940
Fujian 9 52,566 8,327 14,670 133 1,970,178 37,480
Shandong 10 51,640 8,181 14,412 131 5,001,324 96,850
Jilin 11 43,409 6,877 12,115 110 1,193,924 27,504
Chongqing 12 38,742 6,137 10,812 98 1,140,960 29,450
Shaanxi 13 38,511 6,101 10,748 98 1,445,368 37,531
Hubei 14 38,502 6,099 10,745 98 2,225,045 57,790
Hebei 15 36,467 5,777 10,177 92 2,657,501 72,875
Ningxia 16 36,176 5,731 10,096 92 234,129 6,472
Heilong 17 35,711 5,657 9,966 91 1,369,158 38,340
Xinjiang 18 33,614 5,325 9,381 85 750,531 22,328
Shanxi 19 33,546 5,314 9,362 85 1,211,283 36,108
Hunan 20 33,370 5,286 9,313 85 2,215,423 66,389
Qinghai 21 33,036 5,233 9,220 84 189,354 5,732
Hainan 22 32,210 5,103 8,989 82 285,554 8,866
Henan 23 31,469 4,985 8,782 80 2,959,931 94,060
Sichuan 24 29,559 4,683 8,249 75 2,387,280 80,762
Jiangxi 25 28,750 4,554 8,024 73 1,294,888 45,039
Anhui 26 28,744 4,554 8,022 73 1,721,205 59,880
Guangxi 27 27,841 4,410 7,770 71 1,303,510 46,820
Tibet 28 22,789 3,610 6,360 58 70,103 3,076
Yunnan 29 22,128 3,505 6,176 56 1,030,947 46,590
Gansu 30 21,921 3,473 6,118 56 565,020 25,776
Guizhou 31 19,667 3,116 5,489 50 685,220 34,841
Comparisons with world economies (based on year-end population, IMF-WEO October 2014)
2012 Nominal GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2012 Nominal GDP per capita (US$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 6.3125 per US dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy Nominal
GDPPC
economy Nominal
GDPPC
Mainland China 6,249  Turkmenistan 6,263  Namibia 6,064
Tianjin 1 14,454  Argentina 14,698  Lithuania 14,171
Beijing 2 13,688  Latvia 13,886  Libya 13,581
Shanghai 3 13,431  Libya 13,581  Palau 13,193
Jiangsu 4 10,813  Brazil 11,281  Turkey 10,531
Inner Mongolia 5 10,104  Venezuela 10,109  Panama 9,833
Zhejiang 6 10,027  Venezuela 10,109  Panama 9,833
Liaoning 7 8,968  Lebanon 9,709  Suriname 8,910
Guangdong 8 8,534  Mauritius 8,832  Colombia 7,938
Fujian 9 8,327  Mauritius 8,832  Colombia 7,938
Shandong 10 8,181  Mauritius 8,832  Colombia 7,938
Jilin 11 6,877  Dominica 7,011  Belarus 6,721
Chongqing 12 6,137  Turkmenistan 6,263  Namibia 6,064
Shaanxi 13 6,101  Turkmenistan 6,263  Namibia 6,064
Hubei 14 6,099  Turkmenistan 6,263  Namibia 6,064
Hebei 15 5,777  Dominican Republic 5,903  Angola 5,706
Ningxia 16 5,731  Dominican Republic 5,903  Angola 5,706
Heilong 17 5,657  Angola 5,706  Ecuador 5,637
Xinjiang 18 5,325  Jamaica 5,339  Serbia 5,292
Shanxi 19 5,314  Jamaica 5,339  Serbia 5,292
Hunan 20 5,286  Serbia 5,292  Iran 5,237
Qinghai 21 5,233  Iran 5,237  Jordan 4,843
Hainan 22 5,103  Iran 5,237  Jordan 4,843
Henan 23 4,985  Iran 5,237  Jordan 4,843
Sichuan 24 4,683  Jordan 4,843  Macedonia 4,638
Jiangxi 25 4,554  Belize 4,615  Tonga 4,533
Anhui 26 4,554  Belize 4,615  Tonga 4,533
Guangxi 27 4,410  Tonga 4,533  Fiji 4,401
Tibet 28 3,610  Mongolia 3,635  Indonesia 3,591
Yunnan 29 3,505  Georgia 3,523  Cape Verde 3,471
Gansu 30 3,473  Georgia 3,523  Cape Verde 3,471
Guizhou 31 3,116  Vanuatu 3,142  Armenia 3,035
2012 PPP GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2012 PPP GDP per capita (Int'l.$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 3.6329 per int'l. dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy PPP
GDPPC
economy PPP
GDPPC
Mainland China 11,009  Peru 10,931  Egypt 10,786
Tianjin 1 25,464  Greece 25,610  Portugal 25,391
Beijing 2 24,113  Bahamas 24,395  Lithuania 24,085
Shanghai 3 23,661  Russia 23,700  Seychelles 22,660
Jiangsu 4 19,049  Saint Kitts and Nevis 19,191  Uruguay 18,638
Inner Mongolia 5 17,800  Venezuela 18,226  Panama 17,660
Zhejiang 6 17,664  Venezuela 18,226  Panama 17,660
Liaoning 7 15,799  Barbados 15,867  Suriname 15,379
Guangdong 8 15,034  Suriname 15,379  Palau 14,753
Fujian 9 14,670  Palau 14,753  Brazil 14,537
Shandong 10 14,412  Brazil 14,537  Botswana 14,349
Jilin 11 12,115  Colombia 12,165  Macedonia 12,079
Chongqing 12 10,812  Peru 10,931  Egypt 10,786
Shaanxi 13 10,748  Egypt 10,786  Tunisia 10,706
Hubei 14 10,745  Egypt 10,786  Tunisia 10,706
Hebei 15 10,177  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 10,185  Dominica 10,140
Ningxia 16 10,096  Dominica 10,140  Namibia 9,747
Heilong 17 9,966  Dominica 10,140  Namibia 9,747
Xinjiang 18 9,381  Namibia 9,747  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,214
Shanxi 19 9,362  Namibia 9,747  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,214
Hunan 20 9,313  Namibia 9,747  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,214
Qinghai 21 9,220  Namibia 9,747  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,214
Hainan 22 8,989  Indonesia 9,102  Sri Lanka 8,870
Henan 23 8,782  Sri Lanka 8,870  Timor-Leste 8,740
Sichuan 24 8,249  Mongolia 8,318  Belize 8,046
Jiangxi 25 8,024  Belize 8,046  Angola 7,581
Anhui 26 8,022  Belize 8,046  Angola 7,581
Guangxi 27 7,770  Belize 8,046  Angola 7,581
Tibet 28 6,360  Armenia 6,712  Cape Verde 6,199
Yunnan 29 6,176  Cape Verde 6,199  Philippines 6,171
Gansu 30 6,118  Guyana 6,155  Republic of the Congo 6,074
Guizhou 31 5,489  Nigeria 5,519  India 5,181

2011

2011 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)
2011 GDP per capita (based on mid-year population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal:CNY 6.4588 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5055 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
Mid-year
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 36,018 5,577 10,275 100 48,412,350 1,344,130
Tianjin 1 85,200 13,191 24,305 237 1,130,728 13,271
Shanghai 2 82,560 12,783 23,552 229 1,919,569 23,251
Beijing 3 81,658 12,643 23,294 227 1,625,193 19,903
Jiangsu 4 62,291 9,644 17,769 173 4,911,027 78,841
Zhejiang 5 59,249 9,173 16,902 164 3,231,885 54,548
Inner Mongolia 6 57,974 8,976 16,538 161 1,435,988 24,769
Guangdong 7 50,808 7,866 14,494 141 5,321,028 104,729
Liaoning 8 50,758 7,859 14,480 141 2,222,670 43,790
Fujian 9 47,377 7,335 13,515 132 1,756,018 37,065
Shandong 10 47,191 7,306 13,462 131 4,536,185 96,124
Jilin 11 38,460 5,955 10,971 107 1,056,883 27,480
Chongqing 12 34,500 5,342 9,842 96 1,001,137 29,018
Hubei 13 34,186 5,293 9,752 95 1,963,226 57,427
Hebei 14 33,969 5,259 9,690 94 2,451,576 72,171
Shaanxi 15 33,465 5,181 9,546 93 1,251,230 37,389
Ningxia 16 33,043 5,116 9,426 92 210,221 6,362
Heilong 17 32,819 5,081 9,362 91 1,258,200 38,337
Shanxi 18 31,359 4,855 8,946 87 1,123,755 35,836
Xinjiang 19 30,088 4,658 8,583 84 661,005 21,969
Hunan 20 29,880 4,626 8,524 83 1,966,956 65,829
Qinghai 21 29,522 4,571 8,422 82 167,044 5,658
Hainan 22 28,898 4,474 8,244 80 252,266 8,729
Henan 23 28,660 4,437 8,176 80 2,693,103 93,967
Jiangxi 24 26,150 4,049 7,460 73 1,170,282 44,753
Sichuan 25 26,128 4,045 7,454 73 2,102,668 80,475
Anhui 26 25,662 3,973 7,321 71 1,530,065 59,624
Guangxi 27 25,329 3,922 7,225 70 1,172,087 46,275
Tibet 28 20,077 3,108 5,727 56 60,583 3,018
Gansu 29 19,595 3,034 5,590 54 502,037 25,621
Yunnan 30 19,265 2,983 5,496 53 889,312 46,162
Guizhou 31 16,414 2,541 4,682 46 570,184 34,738
2011 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)
2011 GDP per capita (based on year-end population)[10]
PPP: abbreviation of purchasing power parity;
Nominal: CNY 6.4588 per US dollar; PPP: CNY 3.5055 per int'l. dollar
(based on IMF WEO DATA Oct. 2014)[9]
provinces rank CNY Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
Share of
national GDP
per capita (%)
Reference index
GDP
(in millions)
year-end
population
(in thousands)
Mainland China 35,932 5,563 10,250 100 48,412,350 1,347,350
Tianjin 1 83,449 12,920 23,805 232 1,130,728 13,550
Shanghai 2 81,772 12,661 23,327 228 1,919,569 23,475
Beijing 3 80,511 12,465 22,967 224 1,625,193 20,186
Jiangsu 4 62,174 9,626 17,736 173 4,911,027 78,988
Zhejiang 5 59,160 9,160 16,876 165 3,231,885 54,630
Inner Mongolia 6 57,863 8,959 16,506 161 1,435,988 24,817
Liaoning 7 50,711 7,851 14,466 141 2,222,670 43,830
Guangdong 8 50,653 7,842 14,450 141 5,321,028 105,048
Fujian 9 47,205 7,309 13,466 131 1,756,018 37,200
Shandong 10 47,071 7,288 13,428 131 4,536,185 96,370
Jilin 11 38,440 5,952 10,966 107 1,056,883 27,494
Chongqing 12 34,297 5,310 9,784 95 1,001,137 29,190
Hubei 13 34,099 5,279 9,727 95 1,963,226 57,575
Hebei 14 33,859 5,242 9,659 94 2,451,576 72,405
Shaanxi 15 33,432 5,176 9,537 93 1,251,230 37,426
Ningxia 16 32,875 5,090 9,378 91 210,221 6,395
Heilong 17 32,817 5,081 9,362 91 1,258,200 38,340
Shanxi 18 31,276 4,842 8,922 87 1,123,755 35,930
Xinjiang 19 29,927 4,634 8,537 83 661,005 22,087
Hunan 20 29,822 4,617 8,507 83 1,966,956 65,956
Qinghai 21 29,400 4,552 8,387 82 167,044 5,682
Hainan 22 28,754 4,452 8,202 80 252,266 8,773
Henan 23 28,687 4,441 8,183 80 2,693,103 93,880
Sichuan 24 26,120 4,044 7,451 73 2,102,668 80,500
Jiangxi 25 26,073 4,037 7,438 73 1,170,282 44,884
Anhui 26 25,638 3,969 7,314 71 1,530,065 59,680
Guangxi 27 25,233 3,907 7,198 70 1,172,087 46,450
Tibet 28 19,975 3,093 5,698 56 60,583 3,033
Gansu 29 19,579 3,031 5,585 54 502,037 25,642
Yunnan 30 19,204 2,973 5,478 53 889,312 46,308
Guizhou 31 16,438 2,545 4,689 46 570,184 34,687
Comparisons with world economies (based on year-end population, IMF-WEO October 2014)
2011 Nominal GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2011 Nominal GDP per capita (US$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 6.4588 per US dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy Nominal
GDPPC
economy Nominal
GDPPC
Mainland China 5,563  Algeria 5,431  Angola 5,305
Tianjin 1 12,920  Saint Kitts and Nevis 12,953  Brazil 12,536
Shanghai 2 12,661  Saint Kitts and Nevis 12,953  Brazil 12,536
Beijing 3 12,465  Brazil 12,536  Gabon 12,390
Jiangsu 4 9,626  Malaysia 9,956  Lebanon 9,145
Zhejiang 5 9,160  Malaysia 9,956  Lebanon 9,145
Inner Mongolia 6 8,959  Costa Rica 8,980  Mauritius 8,732
Liaoning 7 7,851  Suriname 8,082  South Africa 7,839
Guangdong 8 7,842  Suriname 8,082  South Africa 7,839
Fujian 9 7,309  Bulgaria 7,312  Colombia 7,305
Shandong 10 7,288  Colombia 7,305  Montenegro 7,252
Jilin 11 5,952  Namibia 5,984  Libya 5,840
Chongqing 12 5,310  Algeria 5,431  Angola 5,305
Hubei 13 5,279  Turkmenistan 5,290  Jamaica 5,234
Hebei 14 5,242  Turkmenistan 5,290  Jamaica 5,234
Shaanxi 15 5,176  Ecuador 5,226  Macedonia 5,122
Ningxia 16 5,090  Timor-Leste 5,113  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,709
Heilong 17 5,081  Timor-Leste 5,113  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,709
Shanxi 18 4,842  Timor-Leste 5,113  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,709
Xinjiang 19 4,634  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,709  Jordan 4,618
Hunan 20 4,617  Jordan 4,618  Belize 4,482
Qinghai 21 4,552  Jordan 4,618  Belize 4,482
Hainan 22 4,452  Albania 4,460  Tonga 4,337
Henan 23 4,441  Albania 4,460  Tonga 4,337
Sichuan 24 4,044  Samoa 4,051  Swaziland 3,893
Jiangxi 25 4,037  Samoa 4,051  Swaziland 3,893
Anhui 26 3,969  Samoa 4,051  Swaziland 3,893
Guangxi 27 3,907  Samoa 4,051  Swaziland 3,893
Tibet 28 3,093  Armenia 3,097  Morocco 3,082
Gansu 29 3,031  Morocco 3,082  Federated States of Micronesia 2,989
Yunnan 30 2,973  Federated States of Micronesia 2,989  Egypt 2,960
Guizhou 31 2,545  Nigeria 2,612  Philippines 2,379
2011 PPP GDP per capita comparisons with world economies
2011 PPP GDP per capita (Int'l.$) comparisons with world economies
(based year-end population)
according to data of IMF=WEO Oct. 2014 [10]
average rate: CNY 3.5055 per Int'l. dollar [9]
provinces rank GDPPC Current equivalent economy Former equivalent economy
economy PPP
GDPPC
economy PPP
GDPPC
Mainland China 10,250  Peru 10,292  Dominica 10,076
Tianjin 1 23,805  Bahamas 23,984  Estonia 23,540
Shanghai 2 23,327  Estonia 23,540  Russia 22,564
Beijing 3 22,967  Estonia 23,540  Russia 22,564
Jiangsu 4 17,736  Turkey 17,781  Uruguay 17,723
Zhejiang 5 16,876  Venezuela 17,210  Belarus 16,589
Inner Mongolia 6 16,506  Belarus 16,589  Lebanon 16,431
Liaoning 7 14,466  Bulgaria 15,568  Suriname 14,463
Guangdong 8 14,450  Suriname 14,463  Brazil 14,267
Fujian 9 13,466  Palau 13,478  Costa Rica 13,096
Shandong 10 13,428  Palau 13,478  Costa Rica 13,096
Jilin 11 10,966  Jordan 11,162  Egypt 10,601
Chongqing 12 9,784  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Hubei 13 9,727  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Hebei 14 9,659  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Shaanxi 15 9,537  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Ningxia 16 9,378  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Heilong 17 9,362  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,865  Namibia 9,193
Shanxi 18 8,922  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,147  Indonesia 8,535
Xinjiang 19 8,537  Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,147  Indonesia 8,535
Hunan 20 8,507  Indonesia 8,535  Jamaica 8,324
Qinghai 21 8,387  Indonesia 8,535  Jamaica 8,324
Hainan 22 8,202  Sri Lanka 8,241  Belize 7,796
Henan 23 8,183  Sri Lanka 8,241  Belize 7,796
Sichuan 24 7,451  Belize 7,796  Mongolia 7,409
Jiangxi 25 7,438  Belize 7,796  Mongolia 7,409
Anhui 26 7,314  El Salvador 7,348  Angola 7,295
Guangxi 27 7,198  Fiji 7,228  Paraguay 7,198
Tibet 28 5,698  Philippines 5,773  Nigeria 5,342
Gansu 29 5,585  Philippines 5,773  Nigeria 5,342
Yunnan 30 5,478  Philippines 5,773  Nigeria 5,342
Guizhou 31 4,689  Vietnam 4,717  Tonga 4,660

Historical GDP per capita data in main years

Rankings
Ranking of Chinese provinces by GDP per capita in main years, 1978–2012
Year 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Tianjin 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Beijing 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Shanghai 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Jiangsu 4 4 5 6 6 6 7 7 6 6
Inner Mongolia 5 6 7 10 15 15 17 14 20 17
Zhejiang 6 5 4 4 4 4 6 5 9 16
Liaoning 7 7 9 8 8 7 4 4 4 4
Guangdong 8 8 6 5 5 5 5 8 7 10
Fujian 9 10 10 9 7 8 10 17 21 23
Shandong 10 9 8 7 9 9 9 10 17 18
Jilin 11 11 11 13 13 14 11 11 11 8
Chongqing 12 12 15 16 17
Hubei 13 13 16 17 16 16 15 16 14 15
Shaanxi 14 15 18 20 23 26 21 23 23 20
Hebei 15 14 12 11 11 13 18 19 15 13
Ningxia 16 17 19 22 21 19 19 18 13 11
Heilongjiang 17 16 13 12 10 10 8 6 5 5
Xinjiang 18 19 17 14 12 12 12 13 16 19
Shanxi 19 18 14 15 18 17 16 12 12 12
Hunan 20 20 22 21 20 20 22 21 19 21
Qinghai 21 22 21 23 22 18 14 15 8 7
Henan 22 21 20 18 19 22 28 25 25 26
Hainan 23 23 23 19 14 11 13
Sichuan 24 24 25 25 24 25 25 26 24 24
Jiangxi 25 25 24 24 25 27 26 24 22 22
Anhui 26 26 27 27 26 24 24 20 26 25
Guangxi 27 27 26 28 28 21 29 28 27 28
Tibet 28 28 28 26 29 28 20 9 10 9
Yunnan 29 30 29 29 27 23 23 27 28 27
Gansu 30 29 30 30 30 29 27 22 18 14
Guizhou 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 29 29 29
Percentage share
Provincial percentage share of average Chinese GDP per capita in main years, 1978–2012 (%)
Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Tianjin 233 242 240 243 266 221 194 212 253 293 297
Beijing 220 227 229 253 324 307 252 282 308 333 330
Shanghai 213 221 235 253 350 382 352 360 444 588 652
Jiangsu 178 178 176 176 174 150 145 128 123 117 113
Zhejiang 163 165 167 172 191 171 162 130 124 102 87
Inner Mongolia 161 167 164 158 115 83 75 90 94 78 83
Liaoning 147 147 143 141 134 142 136 164 165 175 178
Guangdong 139 141 143 149 174 162 161 151 120 104 97
Fujian 138 137 134 133 129 142 129 107 86 75 72
Shandong 134 135 135 137 141 119 113 110 103 87 83
Jilin 112 113 109 105 94 94 87 106 101 96 100
Shaanxi 102 100 94 90 75 63 59 75 70 72 76
Chongqing 102 102 97 92 87 80 78 72 73 77 75
Hubei 102 100 96 93 89 80 73 94 93 92 87
Ningxia 94 94 92 90 73 68 68 85 86 93 97
Hebei 94 95 97 96 103 97 88 89 84 92 95
Heilongjiang 92 93 93 90 102 106 107 123 124 150 148
Xinjiang 90 88 85 83 92 94 93 104 96 89 82
Hunan 87 87 85 82 74 69 67 75 73 79 75
Qinghai 87 86 82 80 71 65 70 95 94 102 112
Hainan 84 84 82 79 79 87 100 95 85
Shanxi 83 87 88 88 89 73 70 93 98 95 96
Henan 82 83 83 81 80 69 65 66 68 68 61
Sichuan 77 77 74 71 64 63 60 69 66 69 68
Jiangxi 76 75 74 71 67 62 57 69 70 74 72
Anhui 75 75 72 70 61 61 61 72 75 63 64
Guangxi 73 73 72 67 61 59 65 65 55 60 59
Tibet 62 60 57 58 64 58 47 78 104 102 98
Yunnan 60 58 54 52 55 61 61 74 57 58 59
Gansu 58 57 56 54 53 53 46 67 71 84 91
Guizhou 55 51 47 44 38 35 36 49 49 47 46
provinces by GDP per capita
Historical GDP per capita (CNY)
GDP per capita in main years, 1978–2012, in CN¥
Year 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 38,449 35,083 30,015 14,185 7,858 5,046 1,644 858 463 381
Tianjin 93,110 84,337 72,994 37,796 17,353 9,769 3,487 2,169 1,357 1,133
Beijing 87,091 80,449 75,943 45,993 24,127 12,690 4,635 2,643 1,544 1,257
Shanghai 85,033 82,560 76,074 49,649 30,047 17,779 5,911 3,811 2,725 2,485
Jiangsu 68,347 61,649 52,840 24,616 11,765 7,319 2,109 1,053 541 430
Inner Mongolia 64,319 57,515 47,347 16,285 6,502 3,772 1,478 809 361 317
Zhejiang 63,266 58,665 51,711 27,062 13,415 8,149 2,138 1,067 471 331
Liaoning 56,547 50,299 42,355 19,074 11,177 6,880 2,698 1,413 811 680
Guangdong 54,096 50,295 44,736 24,647 12,736 8,129 2,484 1,026 481 370
Fujian 52,763 46,972 40,025 18,353 11,194 6,526 1,763 737 348 273
Shandong 51,768 47,260 41,106 19,934 9,326 5,701 1,815 887 402 316
Jilin 43,412 38,321 31,599 13,348 7,351 4,402 1,746 868 445 381
Chongqing 39,083 34,500 27,596 12,404 6,274 3,931 1,181 624 357 287
Hubei 38,574 34,232 27,906 11,554 6,293 3,671 1,541 801 428 332
Shaanxi 38,557 33,142 27,133 10,674 4,968 2,965 1,241 604 334 291
Hebei 36,584 33,571 28,668 14,659 7,592 4,444 1,465 719 427 364
Ningxia 36,166 32,392 26,919 10,349 5,376 3,448 1,393 737 433 370
Heilongjiang 35,711 32,617 27,076 14,440 8,294 5,402 2,028 1,062 694 564
Xinjiang 33,909 29,924 25,034 13,108 7,372 4,701 1,713 820 410 313
Shanxi 33,628 30,974 26,283 12,647 5,722 3,515 1,528 838 442 365
Hunan 33,480 29,828 24,719 10,562 5,425 3,359 1,228 626 365 286
Qinghai 33,023 28,891 24,115 10,045 5,138 3,513 1,558 808 473 428
Hainan 32,375 28,797 23,831 11,165 6,798 5,063 1,562 729
Henan 31,723 28,980 24,446 11,346 5,450 3,297 1,091 580 317 232
Sichuan 29,579 26,133 21,182 9,060 4,956 3,043 1,136 570 320 261
Jiangxi 28,799 25,884 21,253 9,440 4,851 2,896 1,134 597 342 276
Anhui 28,792 25,340 20,888 8,631 4,779 3,070 1,182 646 291 244
Guangxi 27,943 25,315 20,219 8,590 4,652 3,304 1,066 471 278 225
Tibet 22,936 20,077 17,319 9,036 4,572 2,358 1,276 894 471 375
Yunnan 22,196 18,957 15,752 7,809 4,770 3,083 1,224 486 267 226
Gansu 21,978 19,580 16,113 7,477 4,129 2,316 1,099 608 388 348
Guizhou 19,566 16,413 13,119 5,394 2,759 1,826 810 420 219 175
Historical GDP per capita (Nominal)
GDP per capita in USD in main years, 1978–2012, based on nominal values
Year 2012 2011 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 6,091 5,432 4,434 1,732 949 604 344 292 309 226
Tianjin 14,750 13,058 10,783 4,614 2,096 1,170 729 739 906 673
Beijing 13,797 12,456 11,218 5,615 2,914 1,520 969 900 1,031 746
Shanghai 13,471 12,783 11,238 6,061 3,630 2,129 1,236 1,298 1,819 1,476
Jiangsu 10,827 9,545 7,806 3,005 1,421 876 441 359 361 255
Inner Mongolia 10,189 8,905 6,994 1,988 785 452 309 275 241 188
Zhejiang 10,022 9,083 7,639 3,304 1,620 976 447 363 314 197
Liaoning 8,958 7,788 6,257 2,328 1,350 824 564 481 541 404
Guangdong 8,570 7,787 6,608 3,009 1,538 973 519 349 321 220
Fujian 8,359 7,273 5,913 2,240 1,352 781 369 251 232 162
Shandong 8,201 7,317 6,072 2,433 1,127 683 379 302 268 188
Jilin 6,877 5,933 4,668 1,629 888 527 365 296 297 226
Chongqing 6,191 5,341 4,077 1,514 758 471 247 212 238 170
Hubei 6,111 5,301 4,122 1,410 760 440 322 273 286 197
Shaanxi 6,108 5,131 4,008 1,303 600 355 259 206 223 173
Hebei 5,796 5,198 4,235 1,789 917 532 306 245 285 216
Ningxia 5,729 5,015 3,977 1,263 649 413 291 251 289 220
Heilongjiang 5,657 5,050 4,000 1,763 1,002 647 424 362 463 335
Xinjiang 5,372 4,633 3,698 1,600 891 563 358 279 274 186
Shanxi 5,327 4,796 3,883 1,544 691 421 319 285 295 217
Hunan 5,304 4,618 3,652 1,289 655 402 257 213 244 170
Qinghai 5,231 4,473 3,562 1,226 621 421 326 275 316 254
Hainan 5,129 4,459 3,520 1,363 821 606 327 248
Henan 5,025 4,487 3,611 1,385 658 395 228 197 211 138
Sichuan 4,686 4,046 3,129 1,106 599 364 237 194 214 155
Jiangxi 4,562 4,008 3,140 1,152 586 347 237 203 228 164
Anhui 4,561 3,923 3,086 1,054 577 368 247 220 194 145
Guangxi 4,427 3,919 2,987 1,049 562 396 223 160 185 134
Tibet 3,633 3,108 2,558 1,103 552 282 267 304 314 223
Yunnan 3,516 2,935 2,327 953 576 369 256 165 178 134
Gansu 3,482 3,032 2,380 913 499 277 230 207 259 207
Guizhou 3,100 2,541 1,938 658 333 219 169 143 146 104
Historical GDP per capita (PPP)
GDP per capita in USD in main years, 1978–2010, based on purchasing power parity
Year 2010 2009 2008 2005 2000 1995 1990 1985 1980 1978
Mainland China 7,632 6,812 6,202 4,115 2,388 1,523 802 506 379
Shanghai 19,344 18,398 17,510 14,401 9,132 5,366 2,884 2,249 2,227
Beijing 19,311 18,741 17,475 13,341 7,333 3,830 2,262 1,560 1,262
Tianjin 18,561 16,645 15,345 10,963 5,274 2,948 1,702 1,280 1,109
Jiangsu 13,436 11,772 10,468 7,140 3,576 2,209 1,029 621 442
Zhejiang 13,149 11,662 10,832 7,850 4,077 2,459 1,043 630 385
Inner Mongolia 12,039 10,570 9,122 4,724 1,976 1,138 721 477 295
Guangdong 11,375 10,490 9,847 7,149 3,871 2,453 1,212 605 393
Liaoning 10,770 9,350 8,303 5,533 3,397 2,076 1,317 834 663
Shandong 10,452 9,548 8,617 5,782 2,834 1,721 886 523 328
Fujian 10,177 8,894 7,784 5,323 3,402 1,970 860 435 284
Jilin 8,035 7,074 6,153 3,872 2,234 1,329 852 512 364
Hebei 7,290 6,539 6,013 4,252 2,307 1,341 715 424 349
Hubei 7,096 6,032 5,195 3,351 1,913 1,108 752 472 350
Chongqing 7,017 6,097 5,361 3,598 1,907 1,186 576 368 292
Shaanxi 6,899 5,838 5,154 3,096 1,510 895 606 356 273
Heilongjiang 6,885 5,971 5,688 4,188 2,521 1,630 990 627 567
Ningxia 6,845 5,793 5,130 3,002 1,634 1,041 680 435 353
Shanxi 6,683 5,725 5,626 3,668 1,739 1,061 746 494 361
Xinjiang 6,366 5,305 5,179 3,802 2,241 1,419 836 484 335
Hunan 6,286 5,434 4,748 3,064 1,649 1,014 599 369 298
Henan 6,216 5,479 5,018 3,291 1,656 995 532 342 259
Qinghai 6,132 5,175 4,819 2,914 1,562 1,060 760 477 387
Hainan 6,060 5,122 4,628 3,238 2,066 1,528 762 430
Jiangxi 5,404 4,611 4,160 2,738 1,474 874 553 352 279
Sichuan 5,386 4,612 4,054 2,628 1,506 918 554 336 261
Anhui 5,311 4,365 3,780 2,503 1,453 926 577 381 238
Guangxi 5,141 4,268 3,833 2,492 1,414 997 520 278 227
Tibet 4,404 4,069 3,617 2,621 1,390 712 623 528 385
Gansu 4,097 3,530 3,250 2,169 1,255 699 536 359 317
Yunnan 4,005 3,601 3,289 2,265 1,450 930 597 287 218
Guizhou 3,336 2,918 2,578 1,565 839 551 395 248 179

Appendix

Historical GDP per capita of Hong Kong SAR
Historical GDP per capita of Hong Kong SAR[11]
(based on IMF - WEO October 2017)
Year HK$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 338,132 43,561 58,377
2015 328,117 42,328 56,928
2014 311,600 40,186 55,431
2013 296,538 38,233 53,299
2012 284,069 36,624 51,157
2011 272,091 34,955 49,819
2010 251,887 32,421 46,948
2009 237,157 30,594 43,787
2008 245,191 31,488 44,761
2007 237,916 30,497 43,143
2006 217,741 28,031 39,668
2005 206,517 26,554 36,306
2004 193,735 24,876 32,948
2003 185,782 23,858 29,646
2002 192,890 24,733 28,365
2001 196,298 25,171 27,463
2000 199,285 25,578 26,776
1999 193,737 24,974 24,587
1998 198,693 25,653 23,819
1997 210,702 27,216 25,292
1996 191,028 24,699 23,843
1995 177,220 22,909 23,001
1994 170,323 22,039 22,551
1993 154,132 19,925 21,245
1992 136,129 17,586 19,906
1991 118,047 15,190 18,548
1990 103,453 13,281 17,169
1989 93,041 11,929 16,017
1988 81,602 10,454 15,220
1987 70,035 8,981 13,732
1986 57,186 7,328 11,875
1985 50,211 6,437 10,602
1984 47,903 6,127 10,331
1983 40,329 5,551 9,207
1982 37,002 6,096 8,497
1981 33,274 5,953 7,897
1980 28,185 5,664 6,771
Historical GDP per capita of Macao SAR
Historical GDP per capita of Macao SAR[11]
(based on IMF - WEO October 2017)
Year MOP$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 555,435 69,559 98,856
2015 560,671 70,215 99,449
2014 694,860 86,998 127,476
2013 677,967 84,860 132,739
2012 590,753 73,938 122,619
2011 528,166 65,868 115,105
2010 407,481 50,921 93,528
2009 316,301 39,615 75,152
2008 305,462 38,087 72,661
2007 273,895 34,084 70,346
2006 230,487 28,806 62,750
2005 200,034 24,970 56,960
2004 183,556 22,881 53,457
2003 147,159 18,347 42,511
2002 133,539 16,623 37,852
2001 125,414 15,611 34,549
Historical GDP per capita of Taiwan Area
Historical GDP per capita of Taiwan Area[11]
(based on IMF - WEO October 2017)
Year TW$ Nominal
(US$)
PPP
(Int'l.$)
2016 727,223 22,497 48,119
2015 713,390 22,358 46,915
2014 687,550 22,639 46,195
2013 651,624 21,888 43,739
2012 629,912 21,270 42,220
2011 616,243 20,912 40,777
2010 609,582 19,262 38,593
2009 560,631 16,960 34,526
2008 570,861 18,103 34,936
2007 583,973 17,781 34,141
2006 552,567 16,985 31,333
2005 531,052 16,503 28,915
2004 513,446 15,356 26,670
2003 485,118 14,084 24,462
2002 474,268 13,715 23,120
2001 453,379 13,399 21,679
2000 464,668 14,877 21,590
1999 444,298 13,768 20,002
1998 427,804 12,787 18,598
1997 400,925 13,968 17,806
1996 373,353 13,597 16,664
1995 346,327 13,076 15,535
1994 320,355 12,109 14,410
1993 295,557 11,201 13,240
1992 269,902 10,726 12,221
1991 243,803 9,092 11,139
1990 219,608 8,178 10,048
1989 200,087 7,577 9,283
1988 181,179 6,338 8,300
1987 169,580 5,325 7,511
1986 152,078 4,010 6,570
1985 131,306 3,295 5,834
1984 126,848 3,203 5,463
1983 115,484 2,882 4,865
1982 104,689 2,676 4,356
1981 99,211 2,692 3,983
1980 85,225 2,367 3,463

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Notes

Sources

  1. ^ GDP 2017 is quarterly data (see China National Data), the official webnet: National Data - China NBS Data - Regional - quarterly by provinces - National Accounts)
  2. ^ According to the World Economic Outlook April 2018 (IMF WEO April 2018), PPP rate is CNY 3.5063 per Int'l.dollar; according to the Statistical Communiqué of PR China on the 2017 National Economic and Social Development, the average exchange rate is CNY 6.7518 per US dollar.
  3. ^ a b c d (中文)⑴ 人均GDP根据常住人口计算;⑵ 2016年年末常住人口数据出自各省统计公报;⑶2015年年末常住人口数据出自《中国统计年鉴2016》;⑷年中人口数据为当年和上年年末人口平均数;⑸2016年各省市区GDP为修订数据,研发支出计入GDP。参见eastday.combaidu(2017-12-10)。(English) Population: ⑴ Figure of mid-year population is the average number of the current year and the last year-end populations. all the population data of 2016 publicated on statistical communiqué of provinces on the 2016 National Economic and Social Development are from sample surveys. ⑵data before 2016 (see China National Data), the official webnet: National Data - China NBS: National (Annual - Indicators - Population), Province-level (Regional - Annual by province - Indicators - Population). GDP: China NBS - National Data (NSB Data - Regional - Annual by provinces - National Accounts)
  4. ^ 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[permanent dead link], the average exchange rate is CNY 6.6423 per US dollar in 2016.
  5. ^ Population: ⑴ Figure of mid-year population is the average number of the current year and the last year-end population. all the population data of 2015 publicated on statistical communiqué of provinces on the 2015 National Economic and Social Development are from sample surveys. ⑵data before 2014 (see China National Data), the official webnet: National Data - China NBS: National (Annual - Indicators - Population), Province-level (Regional - Annual by province - Indicators - Population). GDP: China NBS - National Data (National: Quarterly; Province level: Regional - Quarterly)
  6. ^ 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).
  7. ^ a b c d Population: ⑴ Figure of mid-year population is the average number of the current year and the last year-end population. all the population data of 2014 publicated on statistical communiqué of provinces on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development are from sample surveys. ⑵data before 2013 (see China National Data), the official webnet: National Data - China NBS: National (Annual - Indicators - Population), Province-level (Regional - Annual by province - Indicators - Population). GDP: China NBS - National Data (National: Quarterly; Province level: Regional - Quarterly)
  8. ^ a b c EXchange rate in 2014: ⑴Nominal: the annual average exchange rate (Nominal) is CNY6.1428 per US dollar in 2014, publicated on Statistical Communiqué of the People's Republic of China on the 2013 National Economic and Social Development; ⑵PPP: the purchasing power parity is CNY 3.6192 per int'l. dollar, according to IMF-WEO (April 2015).
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Nominal (average exchange rate of CNY to US dollar): CNY 6.1428 per US dollar in 2014 (according to Statistical Communiqué of the PR CHINA on the 2014 National Economic and Social Development;rates of 1982 - 2013 are from China Statistical Yearbook 2014. Data of CNY purchasing power parity (CNY to int'l. dollar) are from IMF-WEO (Oct. 2014)
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l A/ GDP Per capita calculation methods: based on mid-year population, such as China NBS, World Bank; or based on year-end population, such as International Monetary Fund (IMF). B/ Data of population (year-end population) are according to Annual Data or National data (China NBS)
  11. ^ 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.

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