The Chinese economy is one of the largest economies in the world, and its economic data has attracted much attention globally. Here are several main data indicators of the Chinese economy:
GDP (GDP): GDP is a quantitative indicator of all commodities and services produced by a country. As of 2021, China ’s GDP was 10.16 trillion yuan, and it was the second largest economy in the world.
CPI (Consumer Price Index): CPI is the average value of a national product and service price for measuring the inflation rate. In March 2021, China's CPI was 0.4%, which was slightly increased compared to the same period last year.
PPI (Industrial Producer Price Index): PPI is an index that measures the change in factory prices of manufacturers. In March 2021, China's PPI rose 4.4%year -on -year, which is the ninth consecutive month, indicating that the production link of the Chinese economy is steadily recovering.
Foreign Trade: China is the largest exporter and the second largest importer in the world, and its total foreign trade has exceeded $ 4 trillion. In the first two months of 2021, China's total import and export volume increased by 32.2%year -on -year.
Employment: Employment is an important indicator of the economic status of a country. In March 2021, the registered unemployment rate in the cities and towns in China was 5.3%, which was basically the same compared to the same period last year. At the same time, the number of employment in China is gradually increasing.
Per capita GDP: Per capita GDP is the average value of GDP except for the national total population. As of 2021, China's per capita GDP was US $ 7,209, and it has entered the ranks of secondary income countries.
In general, the Chinese economy has made great progress in the past few decades, and its steady growth of economic data shows that China is still moving in a more prosperous and developing direction.