With the release of economic data of Hebei Province in 2020, the GDP data of 31 provinces in 2020 has been released. According to the data, Guangdong’s GDP exceeded 11 trillion yuan, ranking first; Jiangsu’s GDP exceeded 10 trillion yuan, ranking second; Shandong’s ranked third. Tibet’s GDP growth reached 7.8%, leading the country. The GDP growth rate of 20 provinces exceeds that of the whole country.
GDP data of 31 provinces in 2020. Guangdong, Jiangsu and Shandong are in the top three. In terms of GDP, Guangdong, Jiangsu and Shandong are still in the top three. Among them, Guangdong is still the “number one” in Guangdong, with a GDP of 11076.094 billion yuan in 2020, a year-on-year growth of 2.3%. This is the first time that Guangdong’s GDP has exceeded the 11 trillion yuan mark, and it has ranked first in China for 32 consecutive years. “Su Da Qiang” is still the second, but its GDP has also stepped up to a new level. Jiangsu’s GDP in 2020 will be 10.27 trillion yuan, breaking the 10 trillion yuan mark for the first time, an increase of 3.7% over the previous year. Lu Dazhuang ranked third. In 2020, Shandong’s GDP will reach 7312.9 billion yuan, an increase of 3.6% over the previous year at comparable prices. In 2020, “Su Daqiang” will harvest Nantong, a new city with a trillion yuan GDP, and “Lu Dazhuang” will harvest Jinan, a new city with a trillion yuan GDP. At present, the number of cities with GDP exceeding one trillion in China has increased to 23.
Data map. According to the data of National Bureau of statistics, the GDP growth of 20 provinces in 2020 is 101598.6 billion yuan, breaking through 100 trillion yuan for the first time. According to comparable prices, it is 2.3% higher than that of the previous year. From the perspective of GDP growth rate, the GDP growth rate of 20 provinces in 2020 exceeded that of the whole country, while the GDP growth rate of Guangdong was the same as that of the whole country. The 20 provinces are Tibet, Guizhou, Yunnan, Anhui, Hebei, Chongqing, Gansu, Ningxia, Sichuan, Hunan, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Guangxi, Shandong, Zhejiang, Shanxi, Hainan, Xinjiang, Fujian and Jilin. Tibet’s GDP growth rate leads Hubei’s negative growth. Among them, Tibet’s total GDP in 2020 is 190.274 billion yuan, ranking last. However, Tibet’s GDP growth rate in 2020 is 7.8%, leading the whole country. The data shows that the GDP growth rate of 30 provinces is positive, and only Hubei Province, which is most seriously affected by the epidemic, has a negative growth rate. According to the data, Hubei’s GDP in 2020 will be 4344.346 billion yuan, 5.0% lower than that of the previous year at comparable prices. According to the Hubei Provincial Bureau of statistics, Hubei has withstood the huge impact of the 76 day “suspension”. Under the impact of the epidemic, the province’s GDP fell by 39.2%, 19.3% and 10.4% in the next quarter, the first half of the year and the first three quarters respectively, and the annual decline narrowed to 5.0%, basically close to the level of the same period last year.
Per capita disposable income of 31 provinces, autonomous regions and cities in 2020. The per capita disposable income is still the highest in Shanghai. From the per capita disposable income of residents in 31 provinces, the per capita disposable income of residents in Shanghai will reach 72232 yuan in 2020, ranking the first, which is the only area in the country to break the 70000 yuan mark. The second place is Beijing, whose per capita disposable income is one step away from the 70000 yuan mark, reaching 69434 yuan. The third place is Zhejiang, whose per capita disposable income will reach 52397 yuan in 2020. The residents’ income of “Su Da Qiang” is higher than that of “Yue Lao”. In 2020, the per capita disposable income of Jiangsu is 43390 yuan, higher than that of Guangdong 41029 yuan.