Top 10 richest provincial regions in China 2011

By Zhang Junmian
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Tianjin, one of the 'Top 10 richest provincial regions in China 2011' by

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 GDP per capita: 82,616 yuan (US$12,791)

Rank 2011: 1

Rank 2010: 3

GDP: 1.12 trillion yuan (US$173.41 billion)

Permanent population: 13.55 million

Tianjin's GDP per capita increased from 72,994 yuan (US$10,783) in 2010 to 82,616 yuan (US$12,791) in 2011. According to the Economist Magazine, Tianjin's GDP per capita in 2010 was close to that of Hungary (at purchasing-power parity).

Tianjin's GDP in 2011 was 1.12 trillion yuan (US$173.41 billion), a 16.4 percent increase at comparable prices, and ranking 19th in the country. In 2011, the province registered 26,921 yuan (US$4,168) in per capita disposable income of urban households, an increase of 10.8 percent over 2010, while the per capita net income of rural households grew by 15.5 percent. Its GDP in 2011 was close to that of Pakistan in 2010 at US$174.8 billion, which was ranked 47th in the world by the World Bank.

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