China's top 10 richest cities

China's top 10 richest cities

China Investment Network, a Beijing-based magazine, has come out with a list of China's wealthiest cities by local fiscal revenue in 2013.

The ranking is based on several factors, including size of city, population and industrial structure.

Local fiscal revenue is mainly spent on improving people's livelihoods and keeping public security.

No 1 Shanghai

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 410.95 billion yuan (S$83.93 billion)

No 2 Beijing

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 366.11 billion yuan

No 3 Tianjin

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 207.8 billion yuan

No 4 Shenzhen

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 173.1 billion yuan

No 5 Chongqing

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 169.29 billion yuan

No 6 Suzhou

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 133.103 billion yuan

No 7 Guangzhou

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 114.05 billion yuan

No 8 Wuhan

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 97.852 billion yuan

No 9 Hangzhou

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 94.5 billion yuan

No 10 Chengdu

Local fiscal revenue in 2013: 89.85 billion yuan

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