According to the primary statistics, in 2011, the gross regional product (GRP) of Hunan reached 1,963.519 billion yuan, up by 12.8% over the previous year. Specifically speaking, the added value of the primary industry was 273.366 billion yuan, up by 4.2%, and that of the secondary industry and the tertiary industry respectively hit 932.473 billion yuan and 757.680 billion yuan, up by 17.0% and 11.0%. In accordance with the permanent resident population, the per capita GRP reached 29,828 yuan, up by 11.2%.
Figure 1: GRP and growth rate of each year during 2006-2011
The proportion of primary, secondary and tertiary industries in the province was 13.9%, 47.5% and 38.6% respectively. The added value of the industrial sector accounted for 41.2% of GRP, increasing by 1.9% over the previous year; the added value of the high-tech industry accounted for 14.7% of GRP, up by 2.5%. The contribution rate of the primary, secondary and tertiary industries to economic growth was 4.8%, 61.1% and 34.1% respectively, of which, the added value of the industrial sector was 56.1% and that of the productive service industry was 13.3%. The added value of the non-public economy was 1,121.865 billion yuan, up by 14.5%, accounting for 57.1% of GRP, increasing by 0.8%.
In terms of regions, the GRP of Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan City Cluster was 832.062 billion yuan, up by 14.4% over the previous year; the GRP of the City Group around Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan City Cluster was 1,549.908 billion yuan, increasing by 14.2%; and GRP of southern and western Hunan reached 405.510 billion yuan and 249.957 billion yuan respectively, making a growth of 13.9% and 13.2%.