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Encyclopedia > List of China administrative regions by gross domestic product

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 in 2002. The figures are given in billions of Renminbi. 1 US dollar = 8.28 Renminbi by exchange rate, or about 2 Renminbi by purchasing power parity.


Taiwan province, which is completely under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China, is excluded from this list. Hong Kong and Macau, which are special administrative regions of the PRC that do not use the same currency, are given at the end for comparison purposes in approximate RMB figures.


The figures are from the 2003 Yearbook published by the Bureau of Statistics of the PRC.


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Gross domestic product (Percentage of national total):

  1. Guangdong – 1176.973 (11.23%)
  2. Jiangsu – 1063.175 (10.15%)
  3. Shandong – 1055.206 (10.07%)
  4. Zhejiang – 779.6 (7.44%)
  5. Henan – 616.873 (5.89%)
  6. Hebei – 612.253 (5.84%)
  7. Liaoning – 545.822 (5.21%)
  8. Shanghai – 540.876 (5.16%)
  9. Hubei – 497.563 (4.75%)
  10. Sichuan – 487.512 (4.65%)
  11. Fujian – 468.201 (4.47%)
  12. Hunan – 434.094 (4.14%)
  13. Heilongjiang – 388.216 (3.70%)
  14. Anhui – 356.910 (3.41%)
  15. Beijing – 321.271 (3.07%)
  16. Guangxi – 245.536 (2.34%)
  17. Jiangxi – 245.048 (2.34%)
  18. Jilin – 224.612 (2.14%)
  19. Yunnan – 223.232 (2.13%)
  20. Tianjin – 205.116 (1.96%)
  21. Shaanxi – 203.596 (1.94%)
  22. Shanxi – 201.754 (1.93%)
  23. Chongqing – 197.130 (1.88%)
  24. Inner Mongolia – 173.431 (1.66%)
  25. Xinjiang – 159.828 (1.53%)
  26. Guizhou – 118.504 (1.13%)
  27. Gansu – 116.143 (1.11%)
  28. Hainan – 60.413 (0.577%)
  29. Qinghai – 34.111 (0.326%)
  30. Ningxia – 32.928 (0.314%)
  31. Tibet – 16.142 (0.154%)

* According to the World Bank data, Hong Kong's GDP in 2003 is US $ 158.6 billion (c.a. $1300 billion renminbi)


** According to the Macau Statistics and Census Service, Macau's GDP in 2003 is MOP$63365.4 million (c.a. US$7.9 billion and 65.4 billion renminbi)


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