China latest GDP and other statistics for the end of 2012

China’s GDP increased from 26.6 trillion yuan to 51.9 trillion yuan (end of 2012) over the past five years. Those are the national statistics bureau information which are disputed.

China’s GDP grew by 7.8 percent in 2012.
China’s inflation was 2.6 percent in 2012.
China’s government tax revenue went up from 5.1 trillion yuan (5 years ago) to 11.7 trillion yuan.

Prior Nextbigfuture GDP forecast for China

Nextbigfuture had a forecast of China’s GDP which was off by about 2% for end of 2012 on yuan GDP and slightly off on exchange rate.


Year GDP(yuan) GDP growth USD/CNY China GDP China+HK US GDP   


2011     47.2   9.2        6.3     7.5        7.8       15.2
2012     53     8.0        6.1     8.7        9.0       15.9
2013     59     8.5        5.8    10.2       10.5       16.5
2014     66     8.5        5.5    11.9       12.2       17.2
2015     73     8.5        5.2    14         14.3       18
2016     80     8          4.9    16.3       16.7       18.8
2017     88     8          4.6    19.1       19.5       19.6
2018     97     8          4.3    22.6       23         20.5
2019    107     8          4.1    26         26.5       21.5
2020    115     7.5        3.9    29.6       30         22.4
2021    125     7.5        3.7    33.7       34.2       23.4
2022    135     7.5        3.5    38.5       39         24.5
2023    145     7          3.3    44         44.5       25.6
2024    157     7          3.1    50.6       51         26.7
2025    170     7          3      56.5       57         27.9
2026    183     7          3      61         61.5       29.2
2027    198     7          3      66         66.4       30.5
2028    214     7          3      71.2       72         31.9
2029    235     7          3      78.4       79         33.3
2030    259     7          3      86.4       87         34.8

A total of 19,700 kilometers of new rail lines were built, 8,951 kilometers of which are high-speed railways.

Car ownership stood at 21.5 cars per 100 urban households last year, an increase of 15.5 over 2007.

Energy consumption per unit of GDP fell by 17.2 percent over the past five years.

The urbanization level rose from 45.9 percent to 52.6 percent, marking a historic turning point in China’s urban-rural population structure.

The average life expectancy reached 75 years.

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