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 2005 to 2016 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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Boston City Review

Sep 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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Los Angeles City Review

Sep 2017

Los Angeles in 2016 generated a total GDP of USD962 billion, second only to New York (USD1.7 trillion total GDP in 2016) in the US. Over 2011-2016, Los Angeles grew in various ways: disposable incomes per household in Los Angeles grew by 9.9% over ...

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Montreal City Review

Sep 2017

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada after Toronto, with a population of 4.1 million in 2016. Montreal generally lags behind Canada's other key cities of Toronto and Vancouver in many areas of development, featuring lower labour productivity...

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Chicago City Review

Sep 2017

Chicago is a major financial centre in the US, with a highly developed professional services industry. However, the metropolis was and remains the country's major manufacturing hub, in addition to being a transport and distribution centre. In 2016, ...

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Toronto City Review

Sep 2017

Toronto is the economic engine of Canada, generating a fifth of the country's total GDP and being the most populous city with 6.2 million people in 2016. Business services dominate the economic sphere of the city, generating 40% of local GVA in 2016....

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Santo Domingo City Review

Sep 2017

Santo Domingo enjoyed one of the strongest real GDP growth rates (+36%) in Latin America over 2011-2016. The city accounted for 34% of total country's GDP in 2016. Much of the city's economy is dependent on tertiary based categories, which accounted ...

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Berlin City Review

Sep 2017

Haunted by its communist past, Berlin fares poorly economically when compared to other key German cities. In 2016, its GDP per capita stood at USD37,200, lagging behind Munich (USD67,900), Frankfurt (USD59,800) and Hamburg (USD52,800). However, ...

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Montevideo City Review

Sep 2017

With two million inhabitants in 2016, Montevideo is among the smallest capital cities in Latin America. The city accounted for 69% of national GDP in 2016. Montevideo is a key hub of commerce, finance, culture and higher education in Uruguay. The ...

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Munich City Review

Sep 2017

Munich is nicknamed "Germany's secret capital" for a reason. Foremost, it is the biggest economic agglomeration nationwide. In 2016, Munich generated a total GDP of USD202 billion, more than Berlin (USD192 billion) and Hamburg (USD172 billion). On ...

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Birmingham City Review

Sep 2017

Birmingham is the second largest British economy, after London, with a total GDP of USD115 billion in 2016. It is the West Midlands' centre of commercial, retail, culture and leisure activities. Manufacturing plays an important role in local ...

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Abu Dhabi City Review

Aug 2017

The United Arab Emirates' capital, Abu Dhabi, is the richest in the Middle East in terms of GDP per capita (and household disposable income) thanks to its large oil reserves. However, it also challenges Dubai's position as the region's leading ...

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Ankara City Review

Aug 2017

Ankara is Turkey's capital and its second largest metropolis. The city's gross value added (GVA) is sourced primarily from commerce and business services, yet public services remains the largest employer, providing jobs to 30% of the working ...

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Dubai City Review

Aug 2017

Dubai has spent its oil reserves developing transport and tourism infrastructure since 1974., It became the world's fourth most visited city and the Middle East's main financial centre in 2016. Historically a trade hub, it has sound maritime and ...

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Istanbul City Review

Aug 2017

The business and finance capital of Turkey, Istanbul is the country's largest metropolis with 15.2 million inhabitants in 2016. The city was 19% wealthier than Ankara, yet ranked below most Western European cities, by GDP per capita, in 2016. The ...

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Frankfurt City Review

Aug 2017

Known as the financial centre of Germany, Frankfurt generated a total GDP of USD164 billion in 2016. In terms of GDP per capita, Frankfurt (USD59,800) outperforms the capital Berlin (USD37,200) and trails only Munich (USD67,900) among key cities in ...

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Buenos Aires City Review

Aug 2017

Buenos Aires is the powerhouse of Argentina's economy, making up 37% of the country's GDP in 2016. Its economic power lies in industrial, commercial and business activities. However, Buenos Aires' economic growth is plagued by Argentina's political ...

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Cape Town City Review

Aug 2017

Cape Town is South Africa's second largest economy (in terms of population and GDP), with a total GDP of USD30.8 billion in 2016. The city is mostly service-driven (77% of gross value added (GVA) in 2016), as wholesale, retail, business and IT ...

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Johannesburg City Review

Aug 2017

Johannesburg is an economically powerful city, controlling 15% of the country's GDP as of 2016. It is considered to be the most affluent metropolitan region in the country, with an average disposable household income of USD20,900. Johannesburg is ...

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Hamburg City Review

Aug 2017

Home to the third biggest port in Europe, Hamburg stands as one of the major powerhouses of the German economy. Hamburg metropolitan region generated a total GDP of USD172 billion in 2016, making it the third biggest economic agglomeration in ...

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Tehran City Review

Aug 2017

Tehran, in 2016, generated a total GDP of USD101 billion or 21% of the total national GDP. However, throughout 2011-2016, the economy of Tehran did contract by 12% in real terms, while other Middle Eastern cities like Kuwait City (11% growth of the ...

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