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Province-level
Administrative divisions of the
People's Republic of China by:
Area
Population
Population density
GDP
GDP per capita
HDI
Highest point
Natural growth rate
Life expectancy
Illiteracy rate
Tax Revenues
Historical capitals

This is a list of the first-level administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China (PRC), including all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, in order of their total gross domestic product per capita in 2008. The figures are given in Renminbi. In 2008, 1 US dollar converts to just a little under 7 Renminbi by exchange rates, and is estimated by the International Monetary Fund to be equivalent to about 3.694 Renminbi by purchasing power parity (though prices vary from region to region within China).

The Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau, which maintain separate economic systems and separate currencies, are shown below for comparison purposes. The Republic of China (Taiwan), with de facto democratic self-governance, is shown below for comparison purposes as well. These figures are shown in US Dollars based on purchasing power parity estimated by the IMF in 2008. Their figures are shown in US Dollars based on purchasing power parity estimated by the IMF in 2008.

GDP per capita in 2008
National
per capita: USD3,263
    over USD10,000
    USD5,000-10,000
    USD3,268-5,000
    USD2,000-3,268
    underUSD2,000


in US$ (Nominal) in US$ (PPP)
 Republic of China 16,987 31,892


in US$ (Nominal) in US$ (PPP)
 Hong Kong 30,755 44,413
 Macau 40,390 30,000
Rank Province in RMB¥ in US$ (Nominal) in US$ (PPP) [1]
1 Shanghai 72,536 10,444 19,795
2 Beijing 61,876 8,909 17,063
3 Tianjin 54,034 7,780 15,017
4 Zhejiang 41,967 6,043 11,428
5 Jiangsu 39,483 5,685 10,700
6 Guangdong 37,402 5,385 10,175
7 Shandong 32,995 4,751 8,956
8 Inner Mongolia 32,157 4,630 8,721
9 Liaoning 31,199 4,452 8,462
10 Fujian 30,031 4,324 8,155
11 Jilin 23,497 3,383 6,365
12 Hebei 23,164 3,335 6,291
 China 22,698 3,268 6,149
13 Heilongjiang 21,723 3,128 5,882
14 Shanxi 20,345 2,929 5,495
15 Hubei 19,840 2,857 5,383
16 Xinjiang 19,727 2,840 5,385
17 Henan 19,523 2,811 5,304
18 Shaanxi 18,212 2,622 4,939
19 Chongqing 17,952 2,585 4,880
20 Ningxia 17,784 2,561 4,844
21 Hunan 17,487 2,518 4,743
22 Qinghai 17,347 2,498 4,707
23 Hainan 17,087 2,460 4,649
24 Sichuan 15,368 2,213 4,163
26 Guangxi 14,891 2,144 4,051
25 Jiangxi 14,728 2,121 4,070
27 Anhui 14,465 2,083 3,921
28 Tibet 13,795 1,986 3,752
29 Yunnan 12,547 1,807 3,407
30 Gansu 12,085 1,740 3,278
31 Guizhou 8,789 1,265 2,389

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