China: growth rate of real gross domestic product (GDP) from 2010 to 2021

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate in China 2010-2021 The graph shows the change in real gross domestic product (GDP) in China until 2015, with IMF forecasts until 2021. In 2012, China's GDP change amounted to about 7.7 percent. That year, the GDP of China had amounted to 8.9 trillion U.S. dollars.
Real GDP growth rate in China – additional information

The current gross domestic product is an important indicator of the economic strength of a country. It refers to the total market value of all goods and services that are produced within a country per year. When analyzing year-on-year changes, the current GDP is adjusted for inflation, thus making it constant. Real GDP growth is regarded as a key indicator for economic growth as it incorporates constant GDP figures.

As of 2014, China was among the top three countries with the largest gross domestic product worldwide, second only to the United States which had a GDP volume of almost 17 trillion U.S. dollars. The Chinese GDP has shown remarkable growth over the past years. Upon closer examination of the distribution of GDP across economic sectors, a gradual shift from an economy heavily based on industrial production towards an economy focused on services becomes visible, with the service industry outpacing the manufacturing sector in terms of GDP contribution.

Another key indicator for economic assessment is the balance of trade, which measures the relationship between imports and exports of a nation. As an economy heavily reliant on manufacturing and industrial production, China has reached a trade surplus over the last decade, with a total trade balance of around 260 billion U.S. dollars in 2013.
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GDP year-on-year change
201010.61%
20119.46%
20127.7%
20137.7%
20147.3%
20156.9%
2016*6.49%
2017*6.2%
2018*6%
2019*6%
2020*6%
2021*6%
GDP year-on-year change
201010.61%
20119.46%
20127.7%
20137.7%
20147.3%
20156.9%
2016*6.49%
2017*6.2%
2018*6%
2019*6%
2020*6%
2021*6%

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The graph shows the change in real gross domestic product (GDP) in China until 2015, with IMF forecasts until 2021. In 2012, China's GDP change amounted to about 7.7 percent. That year, the GDP of China had amounted to 8.9 trillion U.S. dollars.
Real GDP growth rate in China – additional information

The current gross domestic product is an important indicator of the economic strength of a country. It refers to the total market value of all goods and services that are produced within a country per year. When analyzing year-on-year changes, the current GDP is adjusted for inflation, thus making it constant. Real GDP growth is regarded as a key indicator for economic growth as it incorporates constant GDP figures.

As of 2014, China was among the top three countries with the largest gross domestic product worldwide, second only to the United States which had a GDP volume of almost 17 trillion U.S. dollars. The Chinese GDP has shown remarkable growth over the past years. Upon closer examination of the distribution of GDP across economic sectors, a gradual shift from an economy heavily based on industrial production towards an economy focused on services becomes visible, with the service industry outpacing the manufacturing sector in terms of GDP contribution.

Another key indicator for economic assessment is the balance of trade, which measures the relationship between imports and exports of a nation. As an economy heavily reliant on manufacturing and industrial production, China has reached a trade surplus over the last decade, with a total trade balance of around 260 billion U.S. dollars in 2013.
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Release date
April 2016
Region
China
Survey time period
2010 to 2015
Supplementary notes
*IMF estimate.

Figures have been rounded to provide a better understanding of the statistic.

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