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International rankings of China

The following are international rankings of China.

Contents

  • Agriculture 1
  • Communications and Technology 2
  • Consumption 3
  • Demographics 4
  • Economics 5
  • Energy and Environment 6
  • Geography 7
  • Globalization 8
  • Industry 9
  • Military 10
  • Politics 11
  • Society 12
  • Sports 13
  • Transport 14
  • References 15
  • External links 16

Agriculture

Field Rank Date
Apple production, output of 26,065,500 tons 1 2006
Aquatic plants production, output of 11,163,675 tons 1 2005
Asparagus production, output of 5,906,000 tons 1 2005
Cabbage production, output of 36,335,000 tons 1 2008
Carrot and turnip production, output of 8,395,500 tons 1 2005
Cauliflowers and broccoli production, output of 8,585,000 tons 1 2005
Chestnut production, output of 825,000 tons 1 2005
Cotton production, output of 11,400,000 tons 1 2005
Cucumber and gherkin production, output of 26,000,000 tons 1 2005
Eggplant production, output of 18,033,000 tons 1 2008
Fish production, output of 49,467,275 tons 1 2005
Fruit and vegetable production, output of 506,634,000 tons 1 2004
Garlic production, output of 12,088,000 tons 1 2008
Honey production, output of 298,000 tons 1 2005
Livestock of domestic sheep, 157,900,000 heads 1 2004
Livestock of domestic pig, 488,800,000 heads 1 2005
Livestock of donkeys, 8,499,000 heads 1 2003
Livestock of horses, 8,088,000 heads 1 2003
Livestock of mules, 4,194,000 heads 1 2003
Lettuce and chicory production, output of 11,005,000 tons 1 2005
Mushroom and truffle production, output of 1,410,540 tons 1 2005
Onion and shallot production, output of 17,793,000 tons 1 2005
Peach and nectarine production, output of 6,030,000 tons 1 2005
Peanut production, output of 13,090,000 tons 1 2008
Pear and quince production, output of 11,537,000 tons 1 2005
Persimmon production, output of 1,987,000 tons 1 2006
Plum and sloe production, output of 4,635,500 tons 1 2005
Potato production, output of 70 million metric tons 1 2006
Rapeseed production, output of 10.3 million metric tons 1 2007
Rice production, output of 182,042,000 tons 1 2005
Silk production, output of 290,003 tons 1 2005
Spinach production, output of 11,011,000 tons 1 2005
Tangerine production, output of 14,152,000 tons 1 2007
Tea production, output of 1,183,502 million tons 1 2007
Tobacco production, output of 2,298,800 tons 1 2000
Tomato production, output of 32,540,040 tons 1 2006
Walnut production, output of 499,070 tons 1 2005
Watermelon production, output of 69,315,000 tons 1 2005
Wheat production, output of 109.9 million metric tons 1 2007

Communications and Technology

Field Rank Date
Connectivity Scorecard (Nokia Siemens)[1] 17 2009
E-readiness (Economist Intelligence Unit)[2] 56 2008
Internet hosts, 20,602,000[3] 5 2013
Internet users, 298,000,000[4] 1 2010
Main line phones, 368,000,000[5] 1 2006
Mobile phone users, 703,000,000[6] 1 2010
Telephones - mobile cellular, 1,100,000,000[7] 1 2012
Networked Readiness Index (WEF)[8] 57 2008
Space Competitiveness Index (Futron)[9] 5 2012

Consumption

Field Rank Date
Car market, 13.64 million vehicles[10] 1 2009
Rice consumption, 135 million metric tons per year 1 2004

Demographics

Field Rank Date
Human Development Index, 0.719 91 2014
Labour force, 807,700,000 1 2010
Life expectancy at birth - total, 74.9[7] years 100 2013
Life expectancy at birth - female, 77.27[7] years 112 2013
Life expectancy at birth - male, 72.96[7] years 91 2013
Median age years, 36.30[7] years 65 2013
Population, 1,349,585,838 people[7] 1 2013

Economics

Field Rank Date
GDP (nominal) 2 2014
GDP (nominal) per capita 82 2014
GDP (PPP) 1 2014
GDP (PPP) per capita 88 2011
GDP growth rate, 7.4% 16 2013
Exports, $2,210,000,000,000 1 2013
Imports, $1,950,000,000,000 2 2013
Current account balance, $213,800,000,000 1 2012
Forex reserves, $4,009,553,000,000 1 2014
Global Competitiveness Index, 4.84 29 2013
Index of Economic Freedom, 51.9 136 2013
Quality-of-life index, 5.99 49 2013
Unemployment rate, 4.1% 32 2013

Energy and Environment

Field Rank Date
Carbon dioxide emissions, 6,103,493,000 metric tons 1 2006
Carbon dioxide emissions per capita, 4.6 metric tons per capita 96 2006
Environmental Sustainability Index 133 2005
Hydroelectricity production, 585.2 TW•h per year 1 2007
Renewable energy production, 576.1 TW•h per year 1 2006

Geography

Field Rank Date
Countries bordered, 14 1 2010
Land area 2 2010
Land border length, 22,117 km 1 2010
Total area 3 2010

Globalization

Field Rank Date
Globalization Index (A.T. Kearney/Foreign Policy Magazine) 51 2006
Index of Globalization (KOF)[11] 37 2007

Industry

Field Rank Date
Aluminium production, 5,896,000 tons 1 2006
Antimony production, 126,000 tons 1 2005
Arsenic production 1 2006
Bismuth production, 1,900 tons 1 2006
Cadmium production, 3,000 tons 1 2005
Cement production, 1,038,000,000 tons 1 2005
Coal production, 2,536.7 million tons 1 2007
Fluorite production, 3,000,000 tons 1 2006
Gold production, 276 tonnes[12] 1 2007
Iron production, 588,000,000 tons 1 2006
Manganese production, 6,000,000 tons 1 2006
Mercury production, 1,150 tons 1 2005
Mica production, 89,000 tons 1 2005
Motor vehicle production, 13,790,000 vehicles[13] 1 2009
Shipbuilding, 15,900,000 GT 1 2010
Solar panel production[14] 1 2009
Steel production, 500,500,000 tons 1 2008
Stroncium production, 700,000 tons 1 2005
Tin production, 120,000 tons 1 2005
Tin reserves, 1,700,000 tons 1 2006
Tungsten production, 46,900 tons 1 2005
Wind turbine production[14] 1 2009
Zinc production, 2,600,000 tons 1 2006

Military

Field Rank Date
Active troops, 2.25 million troops[15] 1 2010
Frigates in operation, 49 1 2010
Police forces, 1,780,000 officers 2 2010

Politics

Field Rank Date
Corruption Perceptions Index 70 2006
Press Freedom Index 168 2009
Privacy Index 45 2007

Society

Field Rank Date
Gender Gap Index (World Economic Forum)[16] 73 2007
State of the World's Mothers (Save the Children)[17] 30 2005
World Health Organization) 27 2008

Sports

Field Rank Date
Women's badminton Uber Cup, 11 wins 1 2009
World Badminton Championships, 43 gold medals won 1 2009
World Amateur Go Championship, 18 wins 1 2009
World Table Tennis Championships, 35 team wins 1 2009
World Weightlifting Championships (women), 314 gold medals, 423 total medals 1 2007

Transport

Field Rank Date
Total length of high-speed railways, 6,003 km 1 2009
Total length of waterways, 110,000 km 1 2010

References

  1. ^ "Connectivity Scorecard". Connectivity Scorecard. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  2. ^ "e-readiness 2008".  
  3. ^ "International Rankings of China - 2013". Theodora.com based on CIA World Factbook. 2013. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 
  4. ^ "CIA - The World Factbook - Rank Order - Internet users". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  5. ^ "CIA - The World Factbook - Rank Order - Telephones - main lines in use". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  6. ^ "CIA - The World Factbook - Rank Order - Telephones - mobile cellular". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f "International Rankings of China - 2014". Countries of the World. Retrieved 2014-05-20. 
  8. ^ weforum.org (PDF)
  9. ^ [1] (PDF)
  10. ^ "China overtakes US as world's largest auto market". Google.com. 2010-01-11. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  11. ^ KOF 2007 rankings (PDF)
  12. ^ Mandaro, Laura (2008-01-17). "China now world's largest gold producer; foreign miners at door - MarketWatch". MarketWatch. Retrieved 2009-04-05. 
  13. ^ "Japan ceded top auto maker title to China in 2009: report". MarketWatch. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  14. ^ a b Bradsher, Keith, Jan 30, 2010, China leads global race to make clean energy, New York Times
  15. ^ "China's Armed Forces, CSIS (Page 24)" (PDF). 2006-07-25. 
  16. ^ "The Global Gender Gap Report 2007". Weforum.org. 2011-11-01. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 
  17. ^ "State of the World's Mothers 2005". Savethechildren.org. Retrieved 2012-03-23. 

External links

  • PRC Government Statistics Department
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