List of prefecture-level cities by GDP per capita

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This list ranks the prefecture-level cities of China by GDP per capita in Renminbi (), aka yuan ().

Methodology[edit]

According to the administrative divisions of China, there are three level of cities: municipalities, prefecture-level cities, and county-level cities. A prefecture-level city () is not a "city" in the strictest sense of the term, but instead an administrative unit comprising, typically, both an urban area (a city in the strict sense) and surrounding rural or less-urbanized areas usually many times the size of the central, built-up core.

Prefecture-level cities nearly always contain multiple counties, county-level cities, and other such sub-divisions. To distinguish a prefecture-level city from its actual urban area (city in the strict sense), the term "urban area" ( shìqū) is used.

Methods and accuracy in the reporting of population and economic activity vary widely, hence these figures should be seen as estimates rather than facts. Some cities do not include migrant workers in the population count, even though the output they generate are counted in the total GDP, resulting in an inflated GDP per capita.

2017 List[edit]

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List of top municipalities and prefecture-level divisions by GDP per capita over US$10K in 2017
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GDPpc
rank
cities provinces GDPpc
(CNY)
GDPpc
(USD)
GDP (CNY)
(millions)
GDP (USD)
(millions)
Macau[1] Macau 522,691 77,415 341,364 50,559
Hong Kong[1] Hong Kong 311,197 46,091 2,306,948 341,679
1 Shenzhen[2] Guangdong 183,544 27,184 2,249,006 333,097
2 Dongying[3] Shandong 177,962 26,358 381,435 56,494
3 Ordos[4] Inner mongolia 173,609 25,713 357,981 53,020
4 Karamay[5] Xinjiang 168,146 24,904 74,450 11,027
5 Suzhou[6] Jiangsu 162,388 24,051 1,731,951 256,517
6 Wuxi[6] Jiangsu 160,706 23,802 1,051,180 155,689
7 Zhuhai[2] Guangdong 155,502 23,031 267,518 39,622
8 Guangzhou[2] Guangdong 150,678 22,317 2,150,315 318,480
9 Nanjing[6] Jiangsu 141,103 20,899 1,171,510 173,511
10 Changzhou[6] Jiangsu 140,435 20,800 661,842 98,025
11 Hangzhou[7] Zhejiang 135,113 20,011 1,260,336 186,667
12 Changsha[8] Hunan 131,207 19,433 1,021,013 151,221
13 Baotou[4] Inner mongolia 130,877 19,384 375,303 55,586
Beijing[9] Beijing 128,994 19,105 2,801,494 414,926
Shanghai[9] Shanghai 126,634 18,756 3,063,299 453,701
14 Zhenjiang[6] Jiangsu 125,962 18,656 401,036 59,397
15 Weihai[3] Shandong 124,463 18,434 351,291 52,029
16 Foshan[2] Guangdong 124,324 18,413 939,852 139,200
17 Ningbo[7] Zhejiang 123,955 18,359 984,206 145,769
18 Wuhan[10] Hubei 123,831 18,340 1,341,034 198,619
19 Qingdao[3] Shandong 119,215 17,657 1,102,411 163,277
20 Yangzhou[6] Jiangsu 112,559 16,671 506,492 75,016
Tianjin[9] Tianjin 118,944 17,617 1,854,919 274,730
21 Xiamen[11] Fujian 109,753 16,255 435,172 64,453
22 Nantong[6] Jiangsu 105,903 15,685 773,464 114,557
23 Zhongshan[2] Guangdong 105,711 15,657 343,031 50,806
24 Zhoushan[7] Zhejiang 104,882 15,534 121,978 18,066
25 Yantai[3] Shandong 103,771 15,369 734,353 108,764
26 Taizhou, Jiangsu[6] Jiangsu 102,058 15,116 474,453 70,271
27 Shaoxing[7] Zhejiang 101,588 15,046 507,837 75,215
28 Zibo[3] Shandong 101,569 15,043 477,136 70,668
29 Dalian[12] Liaoning 100,033 14,816 698,980 103,525
30 Yulin[13] Shaanxi 99,076 14,674 336,129 49,784
31 Jinan[3] Shandong 98,275 14,555 715,163 105,922
32 Yichang[10] Hubei 98,076 14,526 385,717 57,128
33 Daqing[14] Heilongjiang 97,677 14,467 268,052 39,701
34 Jiaxing[7] Zhejiang 94,510 13,998 438,052 64,879
35 Xinyu[15] Jiangxi 94,165 13,947 110,851 16,418
36 Zhengzhou[16] Henan 93,792 13,891 919,377 136,168
37 Fuzhou[11] Fujian 93,047 13,781 708,552 104,943
38 Panzhihua[17] Sichuan 92,584 13,712 114,425 16,947
39 Nanchang[15] Jiangxi 92,353 13,678 500,319 74,102
40 Dongguan[2] Guangdong 91,329 13,527 758,209 112,297
41 Hefei[18] Anhui 88,456 13,101 700,305 103,721
42 Hohhot[4] Inner mongolia 88,457 13,101 274,372 40,637
43 Quanzhou[11] Fujian 87,613 12,976 754,783 111,790
44 Chengdu[17] Sichuan 86,911 12,872 1,388,939 205,714
45 Changchun[19] Jilin 86,465 12,806 649,502 96,197
46 Jiayuguan Gansu 84,677 12,541 20,987 3,108
47 Tangshan[20] Hebei 82,971 12,289 653,010 96,716
48 Huzhou[7] Zhejiang 82,952 12,286 247,613 36,674
49 Sanming[11] Fujian 82,134 12,165 210,264 31,142
50 Longyan[11] Fujian 81,713 12,102 215,313 31,890
51 Yinchuan Ningxia 81,656 12,094 180,317 26,707
52 Ezhou[10] Hubei 81,629 12,090 90,592 13,417
53 Wuhu[18] Anhui 80,458 11,917 296,326 43,888
54 Huizhou[2] Guangdong 80,205 11,879 383,058 56,734
55 Fangchenggang[21] Guangxi 79,351 11,753 74,162 10,984
56 Xi'an[13] Shaanxi 78,368 11,607 747,189 110,665
57 Urumqi[5] Xinjiang 77,930 11,542 273,065 40,443
58 Taiyuan Shanxi 77,536 11,484 338,218 50,093
59 Hami[5] Xinjiang 77,496 11,478 48,001 7,109
60 Panjin[12] Liaoning 75,682 11,209 108,720 16,102
61 Xuzhou[6] Jiangsu 75,611 11,199 660,595 97,840
62 Maanshan[18] Anhui 74,709 11,065 171,009 25,328
63 Guiyang[22] Guizhou 74,493 11,033 353,796 52,400
64 Beihai[21] Guangxi 74,378 11,016 122,984 18,215
65 Wuhai[4] Inner mongolia 73,268 10,852 41,008 6,074
66 Taizhou, Zhejiang[7] Zhejiang 71,950 10,656 438,822 64,993
67 Kunming[23] Yunnan 71,906 10,650 485,764 71,946
68 Lhasa[24] Tibet 70,787 10,484 47,916 7,097
69 Xiangtan[8] Hunan 70,481 10,439 200,525 29,699
70 Yancheng[6] Jiangsu 70,216 10,400 508,269 75,279
71 Putian[11] Fujian 69,936 10,358 202,466 29,987
72 Tongling[18] Anhui 69,935 10,358 112,210 16,619
73 Shenyang[12] Liaoning 69,754 10,331 578,470 85,676
74 Zhangzhou[11] Fujian 69,528 10,298 352,853 52,261
75 Jinhua[7] Zhejiang 69,445 10,285 384,862 57,001
76 Liuzhou[21] Guangxi 69,249 10,256 275,564 40,813
77 Rizhao[3] Shandong 69,062 10,229 200,888 29,753
78 Yingtan[15] Jiangxi 68,834 10,195 80,080 11,861
79 Xiangyang[10] Hubei 68,535 10,151 406,490 60,205
80 Huai'an[6] Jiangsu 67,909 10,058 332,888 49,304

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The gdp and gdp per capita data for Hong kong and Macau SAR, according to IMF World Economic Outlook (IMF WEO) Database "Download WEO Data: April 2019 Edition" (Press release). International Monetary Fund. April 9, 2019. Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guangdong is based on Guangdong Statistical Yearbook ("Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  3. ^ a b c d e f g All GDP2017 data of the cities in Shandong is based on Shandong Statistical Yearbook ("Shandong Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  4. ^ a b c d All GDP2017 data of the cities in Inner mongolia is based on Inner Mongolia Statistical Yearbook ("Inner Mongolia Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  5. ^ a b c The GDPpc data of the cities in Xinjiang is based on year end population and GDP, published on the local statistical communiqué of cities in Xinjiang on the 2017 National Economic and Social Development of the cities. ("local statistical communiqué of cities in Xinjiang on the 2017 National Economic and Social Development" (Press release). www.tjcn.org. April 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jiangsu is based on Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook ("Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h All GDP2017 data of the cities in Zhejiang is based on Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook ("Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  8. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hunan is based on Hunan Statistical Yearbook ("Hunan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  9. ^ a b c The gdp and gdp per capita data for four direct-administered municipalities, according to China NBS national data ("China NBS national data" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. April 1, 2019. Retrieved May 8, 2019.) The average exchange rate is 6.7518 Chinese yuan per US dollar in 2017 "China Statistical Yearbook (Annual Data)" (Press release). National Bureau of Statistics of China. Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  10. ^ a b c d All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hubei is based on Hubei Statistical Yearbook ("Hubei Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  11. ^ a b c d e f g All GDP2017 data of the cities in Fujian is based on Fujian Statistical Yearbook ("Fujian Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  12. ^ a b c All GDP2017 data of the cities in Liaoning is based on Liaoning Statistical Yearbook ("Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  13. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Shaanxi is based on Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook ("Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  14. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Heilongjiang is based on Heilongjiang Statistical Yearbook ("Heilongjiang Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  15. ^ a b c All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jiangxi is based on Jiangxi Statistical Yearbook ("Jiangxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  16. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Henan is based on Henan Statistical Yearbook ("Henan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  17. ^ a b All GDP2017 data of the cities in Sichuan is based on Sichuan Statistical Yearbook ("Sichuan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  18. ^ a b c d All GDP2017 data of the cities in Anhui is based on Anhui Statistical Yearbook ("Anhui Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  19. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Jilin is based on Jilin Statistical Yearbook ("Jilin Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  20. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Hebei is based on Hebei Economic Yearbook ("Hebei Economic Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  21. ^ a b c All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guangxi is based on Guangxi Statistical Yearbook ("Guangxi Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  22. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Guizhou is based on Guizhou Statistical Yearbook ("Guizhou Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  23. ^ All GDP2017 data of the cities in Yunnan is based on Yunnan Statistical Yearbook ("Yunnan Statistical Yearbook 2018" (Press release). China Statistics Press. September 1, 2018. Retrieved May 6, 2019.)
  24. ^ Lhasa' GDP was 47.916 billion Chinese yuan (7.097 billion US dollars) in 2017. The year end population was 665,500 in 2016 and 688,300 in 2017, and mid-year population of 676,900 in 2017. Based on the mid-year population, Lhasa' GDP per capita was CNY70,787 or $10,484. 拉萨市2017年GDP总量479.16亿元;2016年末常住人口66.55万人、2017年末常住人口68.83万人,2017年中常住人口67.69万人。基于年中常住人口计算,2017年拉萨市人均GDP为70,787元人民币,折合10,484美元。

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