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Strategy Briefing

Post-Brexit London: 4 EU Cities Vying to Cash in on London’s Financial Services Exodus

Dec 2017

The introduction of new travel routes, growing tourist flows and competitive pricing have led to an expanding number of travellers in Asia Pacific. Heavy investments in commercial aircraft fleets and infrastructure, in addition to cooperation with ...

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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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Madrid City Review

Nov 2017

Madrid is Spain's capital and the country's largest metropolis. With 6.4 million residents in 2016, it accounted for 14% of the Spanish population, compared with Barcelona's 12%. In terms of GDP per capita, it fared 16% above Barcelona and 31% above ...

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Barcelona City Review

Nov 2017

In 2016, Barcelona was Spain's second largest economic agglomeration, with a total GDP of USD172 billion; 26% lower than Madrid. However, with 87% of Barcelona's residents voting in favour of Catalan independence, the city's economic prospects are ...

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London City Review

Nov 2017

London is a very populous city (18 million in 2016) with a great history, cultural heritage and large economy. It is the largest European metropolis both by population (except Moscow) and GDP, and Europe's dominant financial centre, although this is ...

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Oslo City Review

Nov 2017

Despite the nation's oil riches being located outside the Norwegian capital, Oslo still stands as one of the globally leading cities in terms wealth. With the economy driven by 76,400 enterprises, Oslo's GDP per capita reached USD94,600 in 2016: 25% ...

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City Demographics 2030: Future Trends, Opportunities and Challenges

Oct 2017

Whilst the global ageing phenomenon has swamped a large majority of developed cities, this effect is increasingly manifesting itself across some key developing markets. Accordingly, urban areas are changing, employing age-friendly measures to better ...

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Dublin City Review

Oct 2017

Dublin is the engine of Ireland's economy, with 52% of the country's GDP originating in the capital, as of 2016. The city's economy is highly orientated towards services, chiefly IT, banking and other financial industries, while the rest of Ireland ...

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Milan City Review

Oct 2017

Milan is not just the "fashion capital of the world" - it is the economic centre of Italy. In 2016, Milan generated 12% of national GDP, while Rome accounted for 9%. Due to the ongoing Italian banking crisis, Milan's economy contracted by 5.1% in ...

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Rome City Review

Oct 2017

Located in the Lazio region, Rome brings thousands of tourists to its old-fashioned city every year. However, Rome's economy has not yet picked up, suffering from a weak labour market, political unrest and lack of leadership. Generally, Rome is a ...

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