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Who can spend the most money in 2017? The provinces that can spend the most are these

Where can people spend the most money in 2017? According to the per capita consumption expenditure data of 31 provinces published by the National Bureau of statistics, the per capita consumption expenditure of 8 provinces exceeds 20000 yuan, of which Shanghai and Beijing are close to 40000 yuan, with 39791.85 yuan ranking first in China. It seems that the consumption capacity of big cities such as beishangguang is still very high, which has greatly promoted the economic development.

Per capita consumption expenditure of 9 provinces exceeds the national level

According to the data of the National Bureau of statistics, in 2017, the per capita consumption expenditure of the whole country was 18322 yuan, an increase of 7.1% over the previous year in nominal terms, and a real increase of 5.4% after deducting the price factor.

Consumption expenditure of residents refers to all expenditures of residents to meet the needs of daily life consumption of families, including both cash consumption expenditure and physical consumption expenditure. Consumer spending includes eight categories: food, tobacco and alcohol, clothing, housing, daily necessities and services, transportation and communication, education, culture and entertainment, medical care and other supplies and services.

The reporter found that the per capita consumption expenditure of Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Fujian, Liaoning and Inner Mongolia exceeded the national average in 2017.

8 provinces consume more than 20000 per capita, Beijing and Shanghai nearly 40000

In eight of the 31 provinces, Beijing, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Fujian and Liaoning, the per capita consumption expenditure of residents exceeds 20000 yuan.

In 2017, the per capita consumption expenditure of Shanghai and Beijing reached 39791.85 yuan and 37425.34 yuan respectively, approaching the 40000 yuan mark. These two areas are also the only areas where the per capita consumption expenditure of residents in 2017 was' 30000 yuan club '.

The high level of consumption is due to the high level of income. According to the data, in 2017, the per capita disposable income of Shanghai and Beijing reached 58987.96 yuan and 57229.83 yuan respectively, approaching the 60000 yuan mark, ranking the first two in China.

Where did the money go? The highest proportion of food, tobacco and wine

Where did all the money go in 2017? According to the national data, in per capita consumption, the proportion of food, tobacco, alcohol and residential consumption exceeded 20%, ranking the top two.

Among them, the annual per capita food, tobacco and alcohol consumption expenditure of the whole country was 5374 yuan, an increase of 4.3%, accounting for 29.3% of the per capita consumption expenditure; the per capita residential consumption expenditure was 4107 yuan, an increase of 9.6%, accounting for 22.4% of the per capita consumption expenditure.

The reporter noted that although the proportion of food, tobacco and alcohol consumption was the highest, its proportion was further reduced compared with previous years, while the service consumption increased rapidly, highlighting the continuous improvement of residents' quality of life.

According to the data of the National Bureau of statistics, the per capita expenditure on domestic services, hotel accommodation, hairdressing and bathing increased by 11.0%, 18.1% and 8.8% respectively. In contrast, residents' consumption of food, tobacco, wine, clothing and other basic needs grew slowly, with growth rates of 4.3% and 2.9% respectively. Among them, the proportion of food, tobacco and alcohol consumption decreased by 0.8 percentage points over the previous year.