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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

        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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        Shanghai City Review

        Mar 2016

        Shanghai is continuing to orientate its focus towards services, especially in the areas of banking and finance, as part of its goal of becoming an international financial centre by 2020. With a population of 24.5 million in 2014, it was the most ...

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        Shenzhen City Review

        Mar 2016

        With GDP of US$258 billion in 2014, Shenzhen is the fifth-largest city in China and a major city in the south of Guangdong Province. Shenzhen is home to China's first Special Economic Zone, which has given a major boost to the city's economic ...

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        Wuhan City Review

        Mar 2016

        Wuhan is located in Central China, at the major river ways connecting the city to the country's coastal areas. The convenient geographic location has helped the city to prosper as a hub for manufacturing, logistics and education. Wuhan is striving to...

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        Beijing City Review

        Mar 2016

        Beijing is China's administrative and educational centre, while also hosting important manufacturing and research sites. In pursuit of a "headquarters economy", Beijing is aiming to attract more high value-added services into the city. At the same ...

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        Guangzhou City Review

        Mar 2016

        Guangzhou is a manufacturing-orientated city, but has over the past few years pushed to become more focused on service-based activities. Services accounted for 65% of total GVA in 2014 compared with 61% in 2009, thanks to growth in the metropolitan ...

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        City Review

        Osaka City Review

        Mar 2016

        Osaka is Japan's second metropolis by population size and economic importance. While the city ranks considerably below Tokyo in terms of overall international significance and attractiveness to multinational corporations, Osaka metropolitan region ...

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        City Review

        Salvador City Review

        Mar 2016

        Salvador lags behind Brazil's key economic centres São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Economic growth has been relatively slow, totalling just 3% in Salvador over 2009-2014, compared to 17% across the rest of Brazil. Yet the industrial structure of the ...

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        Sao Paulo City Review

        Mar 2016

        São Paulo's economic success stems from its business services sector, with the city the epicentre of the financial services industry in Brazil. The city's higher labour productivity boosts disposable household income, which was 47% greater than ...

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        Tianjin City Review

        Mar 2016

        With its total GDP nearly doubling in size over 2009-2014, Tianjin was the fastest-expanding major city among Euromonitor's key world 126 cities. The metropolitan region is characterised by dominant manufacturing and mining sectors, which generated ...

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        Tokyo City Review

        Mar 2016

        Tokyo is the world's largest metropolis, with 37.1 million people in 2014. The city continues to grow, albeit at a slower rate, thanks to incoming migrants attracted by the ample work opportunities. The city currently struggles with inflationary ...

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        City Review

        Nagoya City Review

        Mar 2016

        Nagoya is the third-largest metropolis by economic size in Japan. The city is an industrial power base of the country, home to Japan's key automotive and aircraft clusters. Yet like Japan itself the city's adverse demographic situation, characterised...

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        City Review

        Rio de Janeiro City Review

        Mar 2016

        Among key Brazilian cities, Rio de Janeiro's tertiary sector is the largest (82% of the city's GVA in 2014). Yet Rio de Janeiro experienced only a 1.9% increase in real household disposable incomes over 2009-2014, and the future looks bleak as ...

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        City Review

        Kuwait City City Review

        Jan 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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        Cities for Success

        Jun 2015

        Already the world’s population is highly urbanised and 67% of the world will live in cities by 2050. Connectivity is critical for these city economies to grow and tourism to flourish, and so governments continue to invest heavily in infrastructure. ...

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        Kiev City Review

        Mar 2015

        Kiev is a large Eastern European city with 3.6 million people, but its economic potential is yet to be tapped. Compared to its peer metropolises in the wider region, GDP per capita is relatively low in the city. Despite its poor economic standing on ...

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        Seoul City Review

        Mar 2015

        With 24 million inhabitants in 2013, Seoul is the world's fourth-largest metropolitan area. The city has its sights on becoming a leading business hub in North-east Asia. Its strengths lie in a hard-working and educated workforce and superb ...

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        City Review

        Paris City Review

        Mar 2015

        Paris metropolitan region is the undisputed economic centre of the country, despite a long-term policy of "métropoles d'équilibre" which focuses on the economic development of France's regional centres. Paris alone is responsible for 40% of France's ...

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        City Review

        Warsaw City Review

        Mar 2015

        In terms of GDP Warsaw is the largest urban economy in Poland and the third-largest in Eastern Europe (after Moscow and St. Petersburg). Warsaw's GDP per capita exceeds the rest of the country more than twice. Thanks to strong economic standing ...

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        City Review

        Rotterdam City Review

        Mar 2015

        Rotterdam is Europe's key transportation hub, relying heavily on the activities of its seaport. Unfortunately, even the record performance of Rotterdam port did not provide enough jobs, as over 2008-2013 the city faced decreasing household income and...

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