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Packaged Food in Jaipur

May 2018

Jaipur is among the top 10 most populous cities in India. It is often referred to as the “Pink City”, and is noted for its historical and cultural heritage, with a number of monuments, forts and palaces. Consumers tend to have traditional lifestyles ...

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Strategy Briefing

Emerging Vs. G7 Cities 2030

Apr 2018

Growing economic power of emerging markets is no longer news. However, will their impressive development put them side by side with G7 economies by 2030? City-level analysis reveals that by the end of the next decade key cities from seven major ...

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Strategy Briefing

Global Overview of Consumer Expenditure in Cities

Mar 2018

China’s urban areas will top global growth for consumer expenditure between 2017 and 2030, backed by the country’s significant economic and social progress. Other developments which will shape future consumer spending in cities and urban areas over ...

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Strategy Briefing

What Does it Take to Build a City Index?

Mar 2018

The number of city rankings and city indices published is proliferating rapidly. This is due to growing interest by city governments, the corporate world and academics, who are happy to use them in analytical and marketing endeavours. However, ...

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Strategy Briefing

Evaluating Business Attractiveness of a City Through the Affordability Lens

Dec 2017

Life is costly in the world’s major developed cities, with closely linked outlays on housing and transport occupying a prime place in consumer incomes. How affordable a city is reveals its potential for discretionary spending, level of diversity and ...

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City Review

City Review

Budapest City Review

Dec 2017

In 2016, Budapest accounted for 48% of Hungary's GDP and was home to nearly 30% of the country's population. With GDP per capita double that elsewhere in Hungary, Budapest lags 24% behind Prague and 57% behind Vienna, in Central Europe, by wealth. ...

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City Review

City Review

Skopje City Review

Dec 2017

Skopje stands as Macedonia's economic powerhouse, generating 43% of the country's total GDP in 2016. Throughout 2011-2016 the capital's economic scene was characterised by the growth of Free Economic Zones (manufacturers such as Van Hool, Visteon, ...

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City Review

Warsaw City Review

Dec 2017

Warsaw was the largest urban economy in Poland and second largest in Eastern Europe, after Moscow, making up 17% of the country's total GDP in 2016. The foreign-friendly capital offers attractive investment and development opportunities. Warsaw's ...

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City Review

Bucharest City Review

Dec 2017

With a 17% real GDP growth rate over 2011-2016, Bucharest was the fourth fastest growing economy in Eastern Europe. The Romanian capital has seen enormous growth in FDI which boosts local labour productivity. Nevertheless, Bucharest is tipped to ...

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City Review

Bratislava City Review

Dec 2017

Bratislava's wealth level is unmatched throughout Eastern Europe. Its GDP per capita of USD41,700 stood 70%, 60% and 39% higher than Warsaw's, Prague's and Ljubljana's, respectively, in 2016. Driven by the success of its enterprises (Bratislava was ...

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City Review

Boston City Review

Nov 2017

Boston Home to two of the world's leading universities (MIT and Harvard), cradle of the American Revolution and core of Massachusetts state, the Greater Boston area is a knowledge-based economy, with a population of 4.7 million in 2016. It boasts one...

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City Review

Minsk City Review

Nov 2017

The capital of former Soviet republic Belarus, Minsk is still struggling to gain economic prosperity nearly three decades after the split from the Soviet Union. The city suffers from poor labour productivity compared with its Eastern European peers ...

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City Review

Bogota City Review

Nov 2017

As an emerging metropolis in South America, Bogota accounted for 27% of Colombia's total GDP in 2016. The city is considered to have one of the most competitive business environments in the region, thanks to competitive cost structure and government ...

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Rotterdam City Review

Nov 2017

Rotterdam stands out as vital economic motor both in the Netherlands and Europe. Rotterdam's economy is mainly driven by trade, transportation and industrial activities, which play an important role in national and regional development. Strong port ...

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City Review

Prague City Review

Nov 2017

Despite Prague standing as one of the least service-based capitals in the EU (services made up just 70% of Prague's total GVA in 2016), the city's high-tech manufacturing sector is what makes the Czech capital one of the economically-leading Central ...

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City Review

Sarajevo City Review

Nov 2017

Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is also the largest economic and cultural centre of a country still deeply divided in two entities. Culturally rich, the city lags in terms of wealth behind its peers in the former Yugoslavia and...

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City Review

Sofia City Review

Nov 2017

Generating a total GDP of USD20.8 billion in 2016 (40% of Bulgaria's total), Sofia stands as Bulgaria's largest economic centre. However, despite the capital's dynamic outsourcing industry (Sofia allocates 85% of all outsourced workers in Bulgaria, ...

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City Review

Kiev City Review

Nov 2017

Kiev is a large Eastern European city of 3.7 million people in 2016, with an economic potential that still needs to be realised. Compared to its peer metropolises in the wider region, Kiev's GDP per capita is among the lowest. However, the city's ...

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City Review

Tbilisi City Review

Nov 2017

Tbilisi is among the fastest growing Eastern European cities, with real GDP growth of 31% over 2011-2016. In 2016, the city had 1.4 million inhabitants, and accounted for almost two thirds of Georgia's total GDP. Consumer expenditure growth (+42%) ...

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Paris City Review

Nov 2017

Paris's economy accounted for 30% of total national GDP in 2016 - more than any other European capital. Paris is primarily a service economy, where most business activities, commerce, finance, R&D and real estate are conducted. Nevertheless, Paris is...

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