China-Singapore Jingwei, February 1 (Wan Keyi) As Xinjiang released its national economic performance in 2023 on January 31, the 2023 gross regional product (GDP) data of 31 provinces has been released. In terms of total volume, Guangdong has ranked first in the country for 35 consecutive years; in terms of growth rate, 17 provinces have outperformed the "national line", and Tibet has the highest growth rate, reaching 9.5%.

Guangdong’s total volume ranks first in the country for 35 consecutive years

  In terms of total GDP, the top three economies of Guangdong, Jiangsu and Shandong remain unchanged, while Zhejiang, Sichuan, Henan, Hubei, Fujian, Hunan and Shanghai rank fourth to ten respectively.

  In 2023, Guangdong's GDP reached a new high, reaching 13,567.316 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 4.8%. The Guangdong Provincial Government Work Report shows that Guangdong is the first province in the country with a GDP exceeding 13 trillion yuan, ranking first in the country for 35 consecutive years. Among them, Guangzhou's total economic output exceeded 3 trillion yuan, Shenzhen became the second trillion-yuan consumption city in Guangdong, and Foshan became the second city in Guangdong whose total industrial output value exceeded 3 trillion yuan.

  Data disclosed by the Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Statistics show that in 2023, the added value of industries above designated size in Guangdong will be 4.13 trillion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 4.4%. Broken down by category, the added value of the mining industry increased by 0.4%, the manufacturing industry increased by 4.0%, and the electricity, heat, gas and water production and supply industry increased by 11.2%. Key industries provided stable support. The added value of computer, communications and other electronic equipment manufacturing, electrical machinery and equipment manufacturing, and automobile manufacturing increased by 3.6%, 8.8%, and 11.2% respectively.

  "Su Daqiang" Jiangsu's GDP in 2023 is also approaching 13 trillion yuan. At the same time, with Changzhou joining the "GDP Trillion Club", Jiangsu already has five "trillion cities", namely Suzhou, Nanjing, Wuxi, Nantong and Changzhou. The Jiangsu Provincial Government Work Report shows that in 2023, the added value of Jiangsu's manufacturing industry will be 4.66 trillion yuan, accounting for 36.3% of GDP, and the manufacturing high-quality development index will reach 91.9, ranking first in the country. The output value of industrial strategic emerging industries and high-tech industries has increased to 41.3% and 49.9% of designated industries, and all 13 districts and cities have been selected into the top 100 national advanced manufacturing cities.

  Sino-Singapore Jingwei noted that there are many places where the total GDP in 2023 has reached a new level. Among them, Shandong's GDP will exceed 9 trillion yuan in 2023, Zhejiang will exceed 8 trillion yuan, Sichuan will exceed 6 trillion yuan, and Hunan will join the "5 trillion club." Liaoning, Chongqing and Yunnan have successfully entered the “3 trillion club”.

17 provinces outperformed the “national line”

  Data from the National Bureau of Statistics show that according to preliminary calculations, my country's GDP in 2023 will be 126,058.2 billion yuan, an increase of 5.2% over the previous year at constant prices. Comparing this data, the GDP growth rate of 17 provinces outperformed the "national line".

  The 17 provinces are Tibet, Hainan, Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, Ningxia, Gansu, Jilin, Chongqing, Shandong, Zhejiang, Sichuan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Anhui, Hebei, Liaoning, and Qinghai.

  Tibet’s GDP growth ranks first in the country. Data disclosed by the Statistics Bureau of the Tibet Autonomous Region show that the region's GDP in 2023 is 239.267 billion yuan, an increase of 9.5% over the previous year at constant prices, and the growth rate is 8.3 percentage points higher than the previous year. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 21.501 billion yuan, an increase of 14.9%; the added value of the secondary industry was 88.297 billion yuan, an increase of 7.7%; the added value of the tertiary industry was 129.469 billion yuan, an increase of 9.9%.

  It is worth mentioning that Tibet’s fixed asset investment will grow rapidly in 2023, with obvious investment support in key areas. In 2023, fixed asset investment in the region will increase by 35.1% over the previous year (excluding investment in Tibet in the Ya'an to Linzhi section of the Sichuan-Tibet Railway). In terms of sectors, infrastructure investment increased by 34.8%, industrial investment increased by 48.1%, and investment in people's livelihood areas increased by 31.8%.

  Hainan followed Tibet with a growth rate of 9.2%. Yang Lei, director of the Hainan Provincial Bureau of Statistics, recently introduced at a press conference that Hainan's industrial added value will increase by 16% in 2023. The production of million tons of ethylene and Jingbo Petrochemical will stabilize and increase, and new energy vehicles will expand export sales, driving the added value of industries above designated size to increase by 18.5%. %, the growth rate ranks first in the country. In 2023, the added value of the service industry will grow by 10.3%, 4.5 percentage points higher than the national average. The contact-type agglomeration service industry will recover rapidly and become the "main engine" for sustained economic growth. The passenger flow to Qiong has increased significantly. The annual passenger turnover increased by 188.6%, and the total tourism revenue increased by 71.9%. It drove the added value of contact service industries such as accommodation and catering industry, transportation industry, and retail industry to increase by 16.3%, and its contribution to the economy was 16.3%. 29.3%.

  In addition, judging from the 2024 GDP growth targets announced by 31 provinces, the highest ones are also in Tibet and Hainan, both set at around 8%, and most provinces are concentrated at 5% to 6%. In addition, compared with the previous year, Beijing, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Liaoning, etc. raised their growth targets by 0.5 percentage points.

The long-term positive trend of China's economy has not changed

  Kang Yi, director of the National Bureau of Statistics, said at a press conference on January 17 that in 2023, facing the complex and severe international environment and the arduous and arduous tasks of domestic reform, development and stability, all regions and departments will adhere to the general tone of seeking progress while maintaining stability and complete the work. , accurately and comprehensively implement the new development concept, accelerate the construction of a new development pattern, comprehensively deepen reform and opening up, increase macro-control efforts, focus on expanding domestic demand, optimize structure, boost confidence, prevent and resolve risks, my country's economy is recovering and improving, supply and demand are stable Improvement, transformation and upgrading are actively promoted, employment and prices are generally stable, people's livelihood protection is strong and effective, high-quality development is solidly advanced, and the main expected goals are successfully achieved.

  Looking forward to 2024, Kang Yi pointed out that overall, the opportunities we face outweigh the challenges, the favorable conditions are stronger than the unfavorable factors, the basic trend of long-term improvement of China's economy has not changed, and the factors and conditions that support the high-quality development of China's economy are constantly accumulating. It is predicted that China's economy will continue to rebound and improve in 2024. (China-Singapore Jingwei APP)

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