Fujian 9 cities GDP out!Fuzhou Super 3 city ranks among the top 20 cities in China, and Ningde Super 3 city embraces the period of rapid growth

2022-05-28 0 By

The main economic data of 2021 in 9 cities of Fujian province have been released. The province has realized A GDP of 4,881.036 billion yuan, with a net increase of 520.81 billion yuan. The nominal growth rate is 11.93%, and the actual year-on-year growth rate is 8.0%, 0.1 percentage points lower than the national average level.The total volume of imports and exports increased by 30.9%, and the per capita disposable income of urban residents rose by 8.4% to 51,140 yuan.In 2021, Fujian’s GDP ranking dropped from the 7th place in 2020 to the 8th place, surpassed by Hubei province, which has returned to the normal track without the impact of the epidemic. It is also expected and inevitable that Fujian will surpass Fujian.It is expected that in the third quarter of 2022, Fujian’s GDP will exceed 5 trillion yuan for the first time, stepping into a new stage of development.In 2021, Fujian’s nominal economic growth rate was 11.93%, ranking 17th in China, behind Beijing and Tianjin.The actual growth rate was 8.0%, 0.1 percentage points lower than the national average, ranking 14th in China behind Guizhou and Shanghai.Achieve relatively fast economic growth, better than expected.In 2021, most resource-based provinces, such as Shanxi and Inner Mongolia, will achieve rapid economic growth due to rising commodity prices.Secondly, provinces with strong industry and foreign trade also achieved rapid growth, such as Shandong, Jiangsu and other provinces.Statistics show that in 2021, the province’s industrial production will recover stably.Among them, the equipment manufacturing industry contributed 42.9% to the growth of the added value of industries above designated size, accounting for 25.3% of the province’s designated industry.In 2021, the development momentum of the service industry in the province is good.The added value of the service sector increased by 8.8% over the previous year.In 2021, the total retail sales of consumer goods in the whole province reached 2,037,311 billion yuan, an increase of 9.4% over the previous year.In 2021, the province’s import and export volume performed well, with a total import and export volume of 1,844.958 billion yuan, up 30.9% over the previous year.In a word, Fujian’s economic development has strong resilience, vitality and solid foundation.The development quality of core cities in 9 cities is very high, and the emerging cities have great staying power. From the economic aggregate ranking of cities # Fuzhou Headlines # Fuzhou ranks the first. Under the guidance of the strategy of strengthening the provincial capital, Fuzhou finally wins the first place in the province, and the total ranking rises from the second place in the province to the first place.China’s GDP reached 113.2448 trillion yuan for the year, a net increase of 130.446 billion yuan, steadily exceeding one trillion yuan.In addition, it has surpassed Quanzhou of its own province, Nantong of Jiangsu province and Xi ‘an of Shaanxi Province to become one of the top 20 cities in China in the past 20 years.In 2021, Fuzhou’s GDP surpassed Nantong, Xi ‘an and Quanzhou to rank among the top 20 cities in China. Quanzhou, the second city in Fuzhou, fujian province, achieved an annual GDP of 113,0417 billion yuan, with a net increase of 114,551 billion yuan. The total ranking dropped from the first place in the province to the second place, but there was only a gap of 2 billion between Fuzhou and the first place.Basic can be ignored, quanzhou left a lot of opportunities.In 2020, Quanzhou and fuzhou, the provincial capital, both broke the trillion yuan mark and entered the trillion yuan club. In 2021, this achievement will be consolidated again.Quanzhou is expected to rank the 21st national city following Fuzhou.Quanzhou city, Fujian province, ranked the third, Xiamen, annual GDP of 703.39 billion yuan, a net increase of 64.988 billion yuan, the total stood on the 700 billion mark for the first time, jumping on a new journey.In the next four years, China’s GDP is expected to exceed one trillion yuan and meet the 14th Five-Year Development goal.Xiamen is one of the five cities specially designated in the national Plan, but its long-term economic aggregate ranks below Quanzhou and Fuzhou, which is also caused by many objective reasons. However, Xiamen’s development potential and momentum are still very sufficient.# Xiamen Headlines # Zhangzhou city, Xiamen city of Fujian Province, ranked fourth, broke the 500 billion yuan mark for the first time, which is of great historical significance.Ningde ranked fifth, surpassing Longyan, Sanming and Putian. Its economic aggregate reached 315.108 billion yuan, with a net increase of 53.208 billion yuan, breaking the threshold of 300 billion yuan and entering a new stage of development.The city has formed new energy, new materials and other internationally competitive leading industrial clusters, development prospects are unlimited.The ranking of other cities in Ningde, Fujian province has not changed from 2020.In terms of the economic growth rate of various cities in Fujian Province in 2021, Ningde ranked first with a nominal growth rate of 20.32%, while its actual growth rate also reached a staggering 13.3%, ranking among the best in the country.The second and third cities, Fuzhou and Quanzhou, saw nominal growth of 13.02% and 11.28% respectively, while the actual growth rate reached 8.4% and 8.1% respectively, both higher than the national average.The nominal growth rate of Zhangzhou and Xiamen, ranked fourth and fifth, both exceeded 10%. The actual growth rate was 8.1% in Xiamen and 7.7% in Zhangzhou.In terms of the ranking of nominal growth, five cities grew by more than 10%, four cities grew by less than 10%, and Nanping was the lowest with 5.49%.In terms of actual growth rankings, four cities reached or exceeded the national average, and five cities were lower than the national average, with Sanming city the lowest at 5.8%.Rank of actual economic growth rate of fujian cities in 2021