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Passport: Cities Reports

A standardised, fully cross-comparable socio-economic report library covering the world's major metropolitan areas. 

Providing insights for strategic planning and future trend prediction, helping the identification of business opportunities and threats in cities representing more than half of the world’s population.

Including historic data from 2006 to 2015 and forecasts to 2030, the data profiles and analyses economic indicators such as GDP and employment breakdowns, number and types of businesses, full demographic breakdowns, CPI inflation, household incomes, consumer expenditure, possession of household durables, registered vehicles, air pollution, tourist arrivals and more.

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        City Review

        Washington City Review

        Sep 2016

        Washington has more to offer than being "a government city". It exemplifies the post-industrial nature of the US economy. Business services is the leading sector in the city, claiming 45% of local GVA in 2015. At the same time, income distribution is...

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        Philadelphia City Review

        Sep 2016

        Philadelphia derives economic strength from its advantageous location half-way between New York and Washington, as well as relatively low business operation costs. Philadelphia, nonetheless, has ample economic issues to tackle, including sluggish ...

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        City Review

        Phoenix City Review

        Sep 2016

        Phoenix is located in the south-west of the US and is the largest city in the state of Arizona, home to 4.5 million people in 2015. The city is a hub for outsourced activities in business services and also a key centre for trade and tourism thanks to...

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        New York City Review

        Sep 2016

        New York is home to one of the world's most important financial centres. The significant emphasis on finance, banking and insurance helps the city achieve one of the highest shares of gross value added from business services of any city globally. New...

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        Cities of the Future: Emerging Market Champions

        Aug 2016

        A number of cities in emerging countries stand considerably ahead of their countries in terms of development, as measured by a number of indicators. Differentiating cities’ consumer markets from their home countries is therefore a must for business, ...

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        City Review

        Cape Town City Review

        Aug 2016

        Cape Town is the second largest metropolis in South Africa in terms of GDP and population, trailing Johannesburg. The city is admired for its access to both the Indian and Atlantic oceans as well as its picturesque sights that help make tourism an ...

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        City Review

        Istanbul City Review

        Aug 2016

        Istanbul is the largest metropolis in Turkey, with 14.7 million inhabitants in 2015. Being an economic, financial, cultural and historic centre of Turkey, the city contributes 27% of national GDP - the most of any city in the country. The government ...

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        City Review

        Prague City Review

        Aug 2016

        Prague is considered a favourable place for investment, because of its central location in Europe, skilled labour force and relatively stable economic situation in comparison to some other Eastern European cities. In 2015, the city produced 36% of ...

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        City Review

        Ankara City Review

        Aug 2016

        Ankara is Turkey's capital and second largest metropolis. The city's gross value added is sourced primarily from commerce and business services, yet public services remains the largest employer, providing jobs to 31% of the working population in ...

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        City Review

        Buenos Aires City Review

        Aug 2016

        Buenos Aires is a major industrial, commercial and business services hub in Argentina. In 2015 the city produced 38% of the country's GDP, and was home to 14.7 million people. However, the city's growth in recent years was hampered by Argentina's ...

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        Sofia City Review

        Aug 2016

        A favourable location, skilled workforce and high value-added jobs give Sofia an edge over the rest of the country: With 19% of Bulgaria's population, Sofia generated 39% of the country's GDP in 2015. The city is an important FDI destination, being ...

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        City Review

        Johannesburg City Review

        Aug 2016

        Johannesburg is a key financial centre in South Africa, and the largest metropolitan economy in the country. It is also the most affluent metropolitan region in the country, with an average disposable household income of US$21,400 in 2015. Similarly ...

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        City Review

        Douala City Review

        Aug 2016

        Douala is the economic capital of Cameroon, contributing 22% of national GDP in 2015. The city's port - one of the largest on Africa's Atlantic coast - is a focal point of local economic activity. While average household disposable income is rather ...

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        City Review

        Skopje City Review

        Aug 2016

        Skopje is a Balkan metropolis and the capital of Macedonia. Around 80% of its economy is service-based, mainly thanks to a large commercial sector and the growth of business services. The more qualified workforce in the city was twice as productive ...

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        City Review

        Bogota City Review

        Aug 2016

        Bogota is a key centre of business and commerce in Colombia. In 2015, Bogota accounted for 28% of the country's GDP and was home to 9.9 million inhabitants. Business services dominate Bogota's economy, as the city is an important business process ...

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        City Review

        Lagos City Review

        Jul 2016

        Lagos is the economic capital of Nigeria. The Lagos State Development Plan 2025 aims to address four key areas of economic growth, infrastructure development, social development and security, and sustainable environment to ensure the metropolis' ...

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        Nairobi City Review

        Jul 2016

        Home to numerous international organisations and companies, Nairobi's importance stretches far beyond Kenya's borders. The city's economy is becoming increasingly orientated towards services: The share of the tertiary sector reached 81% of local GVA ...

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        City Review

        Tbilisi City Review

        Jul 2016

        Strategically located between Europe and Asia, Tbilisi is one of the largest cities in the Caucasus. In 2015, the city had 1.3 million inhabitants and contributed 61% to the total GDP of Georgia. Tbilisi's consumer market amounted to US$4.2 billion ...

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        City Review

        Kuwait City Review

        Jun 2016

        Kuwait City is the economic backbone of Kuwait, a Gulf state that still has significant oil reserves. In 2014, 72% of Kuwait City's GVA originated in manufacturing and mining, making it one of the least diversified urban economies in the region. ...

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        City Review

        Riga City Review

        Jun 2016

        Most of Latvia's economic activities are concentrated in Riga. The city accounts for 67% of the country's total GDP and just over half of Latvia's population as of 2014. Riga's labour productivity is nearly double the rest of the country's but ...

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