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China's GDP ranks first in Shanghai and second in Beijing

City is the product of human aggregation. When the continuous flow of people flows into the city, the city will have greater power. The most obvious thing is to drive the growth of the whole urban industry. Recently, the GDP of various cities in China has been slowly disclosed, and the list of the top 100 cities' GDP has also been settled. The following small series will take you to see what the GDP ranking of China is and which city can be the top.

On the list of the top 100 cities with GDP in China, 60% of the cities on the list are from the eastern region. Among them, in the first half of the year, Shanghai achieved a regional GDP of 1640.99 billion yuan, with a growth rate of 5.9%, occupying the top of the total GDP list, followed by Beijing, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Chongqing, Suzhou, Chengdu, Wuhan, Hangzhou

In the first half of this year, six cities entered trillion clubs, namely Shanghai (16409.09 billion), Beijing (1521.25 billion), Shenzhen (1213.39 billion), Guangzhou (1175.55 billion), Tianjin (1037.12 billion) and Chongqing (1033.48 billion). Last year, only four cities entered the trillion club. Tianjin and Chongqing, the two municipalities directly under the central government, broke the trillion mark for the first time in six months. From the list, Suzhou (954.83 billion), Chengdu (770.24 billion), Wuhan (747.89 billion), Hangzhou (694.91 billion) and other cities will also have great hope to make progress in the future.

GDP refers to the total value of the economic output of a country and region in a certain period of time. It is internationally recognized as the best indicator to measure the economic situation of a country (city). But correspondingly, big cities have great pressure and high income, while small cities have small pressure and low income. Everything has two sides. Now are you willing to live in big cities or small cities?