The latest list of Chinas top 100 city GDP: Nanjing, Changsha, Xian rising, Jiangsu 13 cities all shortlisted

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 The latest list of Chinas top 100 city GDP: Nanjing, Changsha, Xian rising, Jiangsu 13 cities all shortlisted


The sudden epidemic is quietly changing the economic pattern of Chinas cities.

21. The first half year economic data of 338 cities (including states, regions, leagues, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan are not included, hereinafter referred to as cities) in the first half of the year, and the top 100 city GDP list in the first half of 2020 is obtained. (click here H5 query > > > the latest GDP ranking of Chinese cities: whats your hometown

Statistics show that, compared with the end of 2019, the list of top 100 cities has not changed much, but the ranking has changed a lot; Putian and Longyan of Fujian Province have replaced Jiaozuo and Xinyang of Henan Province in the list of top 100 cities; the GDP of top 100 cities accounts for 71% of the country, an increase of 0.5% compared with the end of last year, highlighting the important economic position.

Top 20: the rise of Nanjing, Changsha and Xian

In the first half of this year, affected by the epidemic situation at home and abroad, which cities recovered faster? We can see one or two from the top 20 cities with strong resilience.

Compared with the end of last year, the number of cities in the top of GDP has changed greatly this year. The most significant changes are as follows:

1. Nanjing surpassed Tianjin and Wuhan, ranking ninth among the top ten in China for the first time.

As the only one of the top 20 cities to achieve positive growth in the first half of the year and the first quarter, Nanjings GDP growth rate reached 2.2% in the first half of the year, second only to Xian (2.8%).

The rapid response to the epidemic situation and the resumption of work and production promoted the rapid recovery and growth of Nanjings economy. According to the previous statistics of 21 data news laboratory, the resumption rate of Enterprises above Designated Size in Nanjing reached 80% on February 19, ranking first among the top 100 cities in Chinas GDP.

Chongqings GDP in the first half of the year was 1120.983 billion yuan, up 0.8% year on year.

Compared with Chongqing, Guangzhous dependence on foreign trade is nearly 20 percentage points higher. In the first half of the year, the total import and export volume decreased by 7.6% year-on-year, but the decline rate has been significantly narrowed compared with the previous five months. The main indicators improved month by month, and the economic operation recovered steadily.

3. Nantong and Xian were among the top 20, while Changsha rose 4 places.

From 16th to 12th, from 24th to 20th, Changsha and Xian have increased by 4 places compared with the end of last year, and GDP growth rate is far ahead among the top 20, among which Xian takes the lead with the growth rate of 2.8%, followed by Changsha by 2.2%.

Chongqing and Changsha are among the top ten cities in the list of top 10 in terms of economy, which is worthy of attention.

In addition to Wuhan, the rebound momentum of inland cities is good, and Nantong is among the top 20. On the contrary, regions with more obvious export-oriented economy recovered slowly, Ningbo, Zhengzhou and Foshan all fell back, Dongguan and Jinan were squeezed out of the top 20.

4. Affected by the epidemic situation, Wuhan dropped 3 places and dropped out of the top 10.

However, with the improvement of epidemic prevention and control situation and the resumption of work and production in all walks of life, Wuhans economic recovery was obvious in the second quarter. The GDP decline in the first half of the year was significantly narrowed by 21% compared with that in the first quarter, and the total import and export volume turned negative to positive.

5. In the whole year, Quanzhou is expected to become the 18th trillion GDP city in 2020.

In the first half of the year, Quanzhous GDP was 466.813 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 1.0%, a decrease of 9.3 percentage points compared with the first quarter, but the nominal growth rate exceeded 10%.

6. After the fourth economic census, Tianjins GDP dropped sharply. In the first half of this year, the total GDP was 630.928 billion yuan, which was basically equivalent to the data of 657.901 billion yuan in the first half of 2013 seven years ago, ranking 10th.

Top 100 GDP list: all 13 cities in Jiangsu are shortlisted, and 2 cities are newly added in Fujian

In recent years, the construction of metropolitan area has gradually become one of the main trends of regional economic development. The population of Yangtze River Delta, Pearl River Delta, Beijing Tianjin Hebei, Chengdu Chongqing and other regions has entered into China, and the national urban agglomeration has become an important part of the economic pattern.

Compared with the end of 2019, the list of top 100 cities has not changed much, and it is mainly in the eastern region, mainly distributed in Jiangsu, Shandong, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Henan, Fujian and other regions.

Specifically:

13 prefecture level cities of Jiangsu continued to be included in the list, of which 7 cities rose, and 9 cities were within the top 50;

Putian and Longyan, Fujian Province, replaced Jiaozuo and Xinyang in Henan Province to enter the top 100 list, thus increasing the number of top 100 cities in Fujian to 6;

Among the top 100 cities, 48 cities ranked higher than at the end of last year, mostly concentrated in Jiangsu, Shandong, Henan, Fujian, Hebei, etc.; Lanzhou and Putian had a strong upward momentum, rising 13 and 10 places respectively;

Similar to last year, none of Hainan, Ningxia, Qinghai and Tibet made the list of the top 100 cities, while Gansu, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Shanxi, Yunnan and Xinjiang also only had provincial capitals / capital cities on the list.

Accelerating recovery: nearly 60% of the cities have positive growth rate, and Zhoushan is far ahead

According to the statistics of 21 data news laboratory, as of August 31, of the 319 cities that have disclosed the growth rate, 231 cities have surpassed the national growth rate (- 1.6%), and 182 cities have a positive GDP growth rate in the first half of the year, accounting for nearly 60%, which are mainly concentrated in Xinjiang, Sichuan, Anhui, Gansu, Hunan, Guangxi and other central and western regions.

In the first half of the year, Zhejiang Zhoushans GDP increased by 11.9%, far ahead of other cities. Among the other 20 cities with GDP growth of more than 4%, the rest come from the western region, with Guangxi and Xinjiang accounting for 60%.

However, there are 17 cities with GDP growth declining by more than 10%, including cities in Hubei, Shangluo and Ankang in Shaanxi, Qitaihe and Yichun in Heilongjiang.

Among them, Shangluos GDP in the first half of the year was 32.857 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 19.8%. This was mainly due to the large decline in the secondary industry, with the added value of industries above Designated Size falling by 33.2% and the added value of construction industry falling by 50%, which directly affected the sharp decline of GDP, and pulled down the GDP by 17.3 percentage points.

Compared with the first quarter, except for the cities in Hubei, the rebound rates of Nujiang and Baoshan in Yunnan, Hanzhong in Shaanxi, Liuzhou in Guangxi and Hefei in Anhui all exceeded 10 percentage points in the first half of the year. Hefei and Baoshan have both turned positive, with a year-on-year increase of 0.2%.

In the first half of 2020, the list of Chinas top 100 urban GDP is as follows:

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[note

(1) As of August 31, there are 338 cities (States, regions and leagues) in this paper;

(2) Statistics do not include Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.

(3) Data sources: Statistics bureaus of various regions have disclosed the data. If there are errors or omissions, please contact:

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