The Chinese economy has always been in rapid development, all constructions are carried out in an orderly manner, and people’s living standards are constantly improving. These 10 richest cities in China are:
Urban per capita disposable income: 48,695 yuan
As early as 2004, Shenzhen announced the abolition of agricultural hukou, and all household registrations were converted to urban residents, which means that Shenzhen’s current urbanization rate is 100%. However, some citizens still work in agriculture, especially in rural areas. Therefore, if it is only a real urban resident, it will be a lot higher than 48,695 yuan.
Urban per capita disposable income: 48,926 yuan
Jiaxing is located at the junction of Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, 90 kilometers away from Shanghai, and is located in the center of the Yangtze River Delta. Jiaxing is connected to Shanghai, with close ties, economic integration and cultural connections.
Urban per capita disposable income: 49,997 yuan
The provincial capital of Jiangsu Province and the national key industrial base. Since the reform and opening up, Nanjing’s industrial construction has been continuously strengthened. At present, the production capacity of electronic chemical industry ranks second in the country.
Urban per capita disposable income: 50,305 yuan
Since the early 1990s, the private economy in Shaoxing has developed rapidly. After self-accumulation and rolling development, relying on the system’s first-mover advantage, not only the rapid accumulation of capital, but also the leading force of Shaoxing’s national economy.
Urban per capita disposable income: 50,940 yuan
The Southern “Millennium Merchants”. The per capita disposable income of urban residents reached 50,940 yuan, breaking the 50,000 yuan mark for the first time. As a commercial city, many people in Guangzhou are a shop to support three generations. The official income is not, but the deposit is not reflected in the income. So ranking sixth is understandable.
Urban per capita disposable income: 51,560 yuan
Sub-provincial cities and cities with separate plans have larger cities with local regulations, the first coastal open cities, the five regional centers in the Yangtze River Delta, the south wing economic center of the Yangtze River Delta, and the economic center of Zhejiang Province.
Urban per capita disposable income: 53185 yuan
As the provincial capital of Zhejiang, the rich and powerful province of Hangzhou, Hangzhou is on the same road as Beijing and Shenzhen in the development of the Internet industry. More than 30 listed companies have gathered. In addition to Alibaba, there are many listed companies in the field of technology.
Urban per capita disposable income: 54400 yuan
It is a national historical and cultural city and a famous scenic city, a national high-tech industrial base, and one of the important central cities of the Yangtze River Delta urban agglomeration. It is known as the “paradise on earth”.
Urban per capita disposable income: 57275 yuan
It is China’s political, economic, and cultural center, and its economic growth and comprehensive economic strength are still among the highest in the country. The scale of the tertiary industry ranks first in the country.
Urban per capita disposable income: 57,692 yuan
It is the most powerful metropolis in the Yangtze River Delta region. It not only has a large number of foreign companies, but also many central enterprises and large state-owned enterprises. As the company grew, many private companies also moved their headquarters to Shanghai.