17 provinces GDP announced in the first quarter: Henans first broken trillion Jiangxi Shaanxi super Tianjin

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 17 provinces GDP announced in the first quarter: Henans first broken trillion Jiangxi Shaanxi super Tianjin


Compared with the same period last year, the growth rate of GDP in 11 provinces has slowed down, with Hainan and Tianjin decreasing significantly. The ranking of economic total is changing: the total amount of GDP in Shanghai exceeds Hunan province by 786 billion 340 million yuan; Tianjin continues the trend of economic squeeze in last year, and the total amount of GDP is surpassed by Jiangxi province and Shaanxi province. At present, Guangdong and Jiangsu provinces, ranked first and second in GDP in 2017, have not yet released the first quarter data. Henan first quarter GDP first break trillion In the first quarter of the total GDP volume, Henan for the first time exceeded 1 trillion yuan. The GDP of Shandong is 1 trillion and 890 billion 60 million yuan, ranking the first among the 17 provinces that have been published, and its GDP increment is 224 billion 730 million yuan. The change of the total economic volume occurs between Shanghai and Hunan provinces. In the first quarter, the total GDP in Shanghai was 8 billion 600 million yuan ahead of Hunan. In 2017, Hunans GDP was about 440 billion yuan higher than that of Shanghai. The economic volume of two provinces in Ningxia and Qinghai is still small, ranking 67 billion 371 million and 53 billion 258 million yuan respectively. However, the growth rate of Ningxia and Qinghai is higher than the national GDP growth rate, 7.9% and 7.2% respectively, showing a good growth trend. Guizhous growth rate is leading, and Shaanxi and Hunans growth rate has been speeded up. According to the National Bureau of statistics, the growth rate of GDP in the first quarter of this year was 6.8%, and the growth rate of 13 provinces in 17 provinces was outperforming or even nationwide. This number has decreased significantly compared with the same period last year. Last year, Guizhou, Yunnan and Jiangxi provinces, which ranked the top in economic growth, still maintained more than 9% growth this year. Among them, Guizhou province ranked first in the growth rate of 10.1%, becoming the only province in 17 provinces with a growth rate of over 10%. According to surging news statistics, this is the first quarter since the 2011, Guizhous 29 consecutive quarter GDP growth ranked the top three in the country. Data released by Guizhou Statistical Bureau show that fixed investment is still a strong support for Guizhous economy. In the first quarter, the investment in fixed assets in Guizhou was 17.8% higher than the same period in the previous year, ranking third in the country, higher than the national average (7.5%) 10.3 percentage points, higher than the Western average (9.4%) 8.4 percentage points. The two provinces in Yunnan and Jiangxi followed the GDP growth rate of 9.3% and 9% respectively, following Guizhou. The fourth largest Shaanxi province has a remarkable momentum of development, achieving a 8.5% growth in the context of the general slowdown in GDP growth, up 0.4 percentage points from the same period last year. In addition, the acceleration of Hunans economic growth is most obvious, with a 8% increase in the first quarter, 0.6 percentage points faster than last year. Tianjin growth rate bottom, Hainan growth slowed by nearly 4 percentage points In 17 provinces, four provinces (cities) in Shandong, Beijing, Hainan and Tianjin, the economic growth rate in the first quarter was lower than the national average. Among them, the economic growth rate of Hainan and Tianjin has dropped considerably, down 3.8 percentage points and 6.1 percentage points respectively over the same period last year. From the first quarter economic data of Hainan Province, the slowdown of economic growth mainly comes from the decline of industrial growth. In the three industry, industrial production in Hainan has declined. In the first quarter, the industrial added value was 12 billion 355 million yuan, down 4.2% from the same period last year. Above scale industrial added value was 10 billion 621 million yuan, down 4.9%. But it is worth noting that Hainan is reducing its dependence on real estate. While the growth of investment in fixed assets exceeds expected growth, the proportion of real estate investment in Hainan continues to decrease. Investment in real estate development accounted for 48.1% of fixed asset investment in the first quarter, representing a decrease of 3.7 percentage points over the same period. Wang Yuan, a spokesman for the Hainan Statistical Bureau, said, the structure of Hainan is constantly upgrading and optimizing. Tianjins economic growth in the first quarter was only 1.9%, which was the bottom of the 17 provinces. From the published data, the main economic indicators of Tianjin showed a downward trend, and the added value of the primary industry and the second industry decreased by 1.9% and 1% respectively. Among them, the industrial added value of 206 billion 95 million yuan, an increase of 0.2% over the same period, down 2.1 percentage points from 2017. The investment rate of fixed assets also dropped significantly. In the first quarter, Tianjins fixed assets investment (excluding farmers) fell by 25.6% compared to the same period last year. According to the industry, the primary industry increased by 31.6%, the second industry dropped by 40.2%, and the third industry dropped by 21.2%. In addition, in March 31st last year, Tianjin issued a real estate purchase policy impact, the first quarter of this year, Tianjin commodity housing sales fell 54.8% from the same period last year, to 31 billion 855 million yuan. Tianjin Municipal Bureau of Statistics said, although the downward pressure on the economy is still relatively large, the trend of our citys economic development towards high quality has not changed. Among the 17 provinces, including Hainan and Tianjin, 11 provinces had a decline in growth compared with the same period last year: 1 percentage points in Shandong, and 0.6%, 0.7% and 0.7% in Yunnan, Fujian and the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. This change may be related to more emphasis on high quality development. According to the government work report, many of these provinces have lowered their economic growth targets for 2018. Among them, Tianjin has dropped from 8% last year to 5%, and Henan, Shandong, Anhui, Ningxia and Qinghai have been cut by 0.5 percentage points respectively. In the analysis of the economic situation in the first quarter, economic structure optimization and promoting high quality development became the key words everywhere. The source of this article: surging news editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379 Tianjin Municipal Bureau of Statistics said, although the downward pressure on the economy is still relatively large, the trend of our citys economic development towards high quality has not changed. Among the 17 provinces, including Hainan and Tianjin, 11 provinces had a decline in growth compared with the same period last year: 1 percentage points in Shandong, and 0.6%, 0.7% and 0.7% in Yunnan, Fujian and the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. This change may be related to more emphasis on high quality development.