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Provinces in China and Economic Comparison



The below chart ranks Chinese provinces by population, GDP, GDP per person and Exports.  Those at the top of the list are the highest in each category.  The 2nd place province is listed below that and from then on in relative rank. 

Many provinces like for example Guangdong is tops in three of the four measures and is equivalent to major countries in population, GDP and in exports in other figures.  At over 100 million people, Guangdong would be greater than the national population of all states in SE Asia with the exception of Indonesia.  It is therefore a very big market and relatively rich as can be seen from the high rank of its GDP.  The criteria of GDP per capita shows that as would be expected Hong Kong and Macau have high standards of living and pay and populations are relatively well off in these enclaves.  As one would expect if he or she has recently visited Shanghai and Beijing, these cities rate next in the list.  Other provinces are listed in descending order. 

This chart is a quick guide to give you an idea of where to look for markets in China.  China as many have observed, is not one market but a series of markets that must be focussed on and developed in the course of building a successful consumer or sales based company.

Population
GDP
GDP per Person
Exports
Guangdong
Guangdong
Macau
Guangdong
Shandong
Jiangsu
Hong Kong
Jiangsu
Henan
Shandong
Shanghai
Zhejiang
Sichuan
Zheliang
Beijing
Shanghai
Jiangsu
Henan
Tianjin
Shandong
Hebei
Hebei
Jiangsu
Fujian
Hunan
Liaoning
Inner Mongolia
Liaoning
Anhui
Shanghai
Zhejiang
Tianjing
Hubei
sichuan
Guangdong
Beijing
Zhejiang
Hunan
Shangdong
Hebei
Guangxi
Hong Kong
Liaoning
Sichuan
Yunnan
Fujian
Fujian
Xinjiang
Liaoning
Beijing
Jilin
Hubei
Jiangxi
Inner Mongolia
Hebei
Henan
Guizhou
Anhui
Ningxia
Anhui
Heilongjiang
Shaanxi
Shaanxi
Jiangxi
Fujian
Heilongjiang
Chongqing
Hong Kong (excludes re-exports)
Shaanxi
Jiangxi
Hubei
Heilongjiang
Shanxi
GuangxiShanxi
Heilongjiang
Hunan
Chongqing
TianjinJilin
Shanxi
Guangxi
Jilin
Chongqing
Human
Chongqing
Gansu
Yunnan
Heman
Shaanxi
Inner Mongolia
Xinjiang
Qinghai
Shanxi
Xinjiang
Guizhou
Hainan
Inner Mongolia
Shanghai
Gansu
Xingjiang
Yunnan
Beijing
Hainan
Jiangxi
Jilin
Tianjin
Macau
Sichuan
Hainan
Hainan
Ningxia
Anhui
Guizhou
Hong Kong
Qinghai
Guangxi
Macau
Ningxia
Tibet
Tibet
Ningxia
Qinghai

Yunnan
Gansu
Tibet

Gansu
Tibet
Macau

Guizhou
Qinghai

(2009, Sources: The Economist; Table: by Runckel & Associates)



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