[ranking of China’s high-income cities: Shenzhen is close to US $30000, ranking first among the trillion GDP cities, only Chongqing falls out of the list] as the first echelon of Chinese cities, how many cities with trillion or quasi trillion GDP have crossed the middle-income stage and entered the high-income threshold? Due to the small difference between China’s GDP and GNI, for the convenience of data acquisition, the per capita GDP in this report replaces the per capita GNI. In 2019, China’s per capita GDP is 10300 US dollars, but among the 24 trillion and quasi trillion cities, the per capita GDP of 23 cities has exceeded US $12500, reaching the high-income standard, which can be called “high-income cities”. (21st century economic report)
As the first echelon of China’s cities, how many cities with trillion or quasi trillion GDP have crossed the middle-income stage and entered the high-income threshold?
By the end of 2019, there are 17 cities with a GDP of trillion yuan, which are Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Chongqing, Suzhou, Chengdu, Wuhan, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Qingdao, Changsha, Wuxi, Ningbo, Zhengzhou and Foshan.
In addition, at the end of 2019, there are 7 cities with GDP in the range of 900 billion yuan, namely Quanzhou, Dongguan, Jinan, Hefei, Fuzhou, Nantong and Xi’an.
At the end of 2019, the GDP of cities is in the range of 800 billion yuan. Therefore, apart from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, the 24 cities mentioned above can be regarded as the first echelon of Chinese cities.
The proposal of the CPC Central Committee on formulating the fourteenth five year plan for national economic and social development and the long-term goals for the year 2035 (hereinafter referred to as “the proposal for the 14th five year plan”) issued on November 3, put forward a certain target of “per capita GDP reaching the level of moderately developed countries” by 2035.