2017 GDP Figures for 20 Chinese Provinces Released

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20 of China’s province-level administrative entities have released their GDP figures for 2017, with the data pointing to household income growth outpacing economic expansion.

As of 23 January these province-level entities included Beijing, Henan, Shaanxi, Shanghai and Shandong.

With the exceptions of Beijing, Heilongjiang, Shanghai and Tianjin, the majority of Chinese provinces posted GDP growth in excess of the official national figure of 6.9%.

Most of China’s province-level entities also saw per capita disposable income growth in excess of GDP growth, with both Beijing and Shanghai posting figures of over 50,000 yuan (USD$7821.00).

Chinese Provinces Ranked in Terms of 2017 GDP
Ranking Province Total GDP (trillion yuan) GDP growth rate Per capital disposable income (yuan) Average growth in per capita disposable income
1 Shandong 7.267818 7.4% 26,930 7.5%
2 Henan 5.598816 7.8% 20,170.03 9.4%
3 Sichuan 3.69802 8.1% 20,580 7.9%
4 Hubei 3.652295 7.8%
5 Hunan 3.459056 8% 23,103 9.4%
6 Fujian 3.229828 8.1%
7 Shanghai 3.013386 6.9% 58,988 6.8%
8 Beijing 2.80004 6.7% 57,230 6.9%
9 Anhui 2.75187 8.5%
10 Shaanxi 2.189881 8.0%
11 Jiangxi 2,0818.5 8.9%
12 Guangxi 2.039625 7.3% 19,905 7.0%
13 Tianjin 1.859538 3.6% 37,022 8.7%
14 Heilongjiang 1.61999 6.4%
15 Shanxi 1.49735 7.00%
16 Guizhou 1.354083 10.2% 16,704 10.5% (nominal growth)
17 Xinjiang 1.092
18 Hainan 0.446254 7.00% 22,553 6.2%
19 Ningxia 0.345393 7.80%
20 Qinghai 0.26428 7.3%

Figures courtesy of Economic View (中新经纬)

 

 

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