Chinanews client, Beijing, July 27th (Reporter Li Jinlei) Provinces have recently released the 2020 semi-annual economic report. Under the impact of the epidemic, what changes have been made in the GDP pattern of each province? Who dominates the list of residents' income? Let's take a look at the latest list.
The first half GDP of 30 provinces. Drawing: Li Jinlei
——Jiangsu narrows the gap with Guangdong
As of July 26, with the exception of Heilongjiang Province, the remaining 30 provinces have all released GDP data for the first half of the year.
From the perspective of total GDP, the pattern of the top three has not changed. Guangdong (4,922.42 billion yuan), Jiangsu (4,672.292 billion yuan), and Shandong (3302.58 billion yuan).
However, some subtle changes have quietly occurred. That is, Guangdong, as a major foreign trade province, was more affected by the epidemic. In the first half of the year, its GDP fell by 2.5% year-on-year, while Jiangsu achieved a positive growth of 0.9%, and the GDP gap between the two was significantly reduced.
Data show that the gap between Jiangsu's GDP and Guangdong's GDP in the first half of 2019 was 373.7 billion yuan, and the gap was reduced to 251.1 billion yuan in the first half of this year. Jiangsu suddenly narrowed the gap of more than 120 billion yuan.
Compared with the end of 2019, the rankings of Fujian and Anhui have improved, Fujian rose from 8th to 7th, and Anhui even squeezed into the top ten, rising from 11th to 9th.
The rankings of Hubei and Shanghai have declined. Hubei, which was hardest hit by the epidemic, saw its GDP in the first half of the year dropped by 19.3% year-on-year, and its ranking dropped from the 7th place at the end of 2019 to the 10th place in the first half of the year. Shanghai fell from the top ten and ranked 11th. Its GDP in the first half of the year was 1.735.68 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 2.6%.
GDP creative map.
GDP growth rate
——15 provinces realized from negative to positive
From the perspective of GDP growth, 16 of the 30 provinces are experiencing positive growth.
Among them, Tibet’s GDP in the first half of the year was 83.838 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 5.1%, which was 6.7 percentage points higher than the national growth rate, and the growth rate ranked first in the country.
Tibet's GDP growth rate is outstanding, and its GDP growth rate in the first quarter is the only positive growth in the country. This has a lot to do with Tibet having only one confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia and taking the lead in resuming work and production.
Xinjiang's GDP growth rate in the first half of the year was 3.3%, ranking second. The GDP growth rate of Guizhou and Gansu in the first half of the year was 1.5%, tied for third place.
In addition, there are 15 provinces whose economic growth has changed from negative to positive, namely Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Sichuan, Fujian, Hunan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Chongqing, Yunnan, Guangxi, Guizhou, Ningxia, Qinghai, Gansu, and Xinjiang.
Ranking of per capita disposable income for the first half of the year. From the National Bureau of Statistics
——Shanghai and Beijing dominate the crowd
Although the GDP data for the first half of the 31 provinces has not yet been released, the National Bureau of Statistics recently released the disposable income of 31 provinces in the first half of the year.
Among them, the per capita disposable income of 10 provinces including Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Guangdong, Fujian, Liaoning, Shandong, and Chongqing exceeded the national level (15666 yuan) in the first half of the year.
Although Shanghai and Beijing still experienced negative economic growth in the first half of the year, their per capita disposable income still occupies the top two in the country.
Statistics show that Shanghai’s per capita disposable income was 36,577 yuan in the first half of the year, and Beijing’s per capita disposable income was 34,573 yuan in the first half of the year, making it the only two members of the “30,000 yuan club” in the country.
Zhejiang (27039 yuan), Jiangsu (22126 yuan), Tianjin (22067 yuan), and Guangdong (20774 yuan) are ranked 3-6 respectively and are members of the "20,000 yuan club".
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