China’s Highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Regions

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the measurement of overall economic output for an entire country. GDP is the value of all final goods and services that were officially produced within a country in one year’s time.  In 2010, China generated a GDP of USD 5.98 trillion, which is third in the world. China is quickly becoming one of the world’s largest economic powers and through its continued growth and opening of the marketplace, China will continue to be a hub for foreign investment opportunities. Below you will see a list of Understand China’s  top 24 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) earning regions.

Region 2010 GDP (USD Billion) 2011 GDP (USD Billion)
Guangdong 572 (2009) 665 (2010)
Jiangsu 499 (2009) 596.8 (2010)
Zhejiang 315 (2008) 379 (2010)
Henan 284 (2009) 333 (2010)
Hebei 233 (2008) 287 (2010)
Liaoning 197 (2008) 260 (2010)
Shanghai 218 (2008) 250 (2010)
Sichuan 183 (2008) 244 (2010)
Hubei 163 (2008) 225 (2010)
Hong Kong 224 (2008) 219.5 (2010)
Fujian 156 (2008) 206 (2010)
Beijing 174 (2009) 201 (2010)
Shenzhen (SEZ) 120 (2009) 152 (2010)
Heilongjiang 120 (2008) 142 (2010)
Tianjin 93 (2008) 133 (2010)
Chongqing 75 (2008) 117 (2010)
Gansu 48 (2009) 59.6 (2010)
Pudong New Area 53 (2009) 57.2 (2010)
Binhai New Area 32 (2007) 33.68 (2010)
Hainan (SEZ) 24 (2009) 32.8 (2010)
Xiamen (SEZ) 23 (2009) 32 (2010)
Macau (SAR) 18.6 (2008) 26.4  (2010)
Shantou (SEZ) 11 (2007) 19.25 (2010)
Zhuhai (SEZ) 12 (2007) 19.2 (2010)
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