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Tel Aviv City Review

May 2017

In 2016, Tel Aviv was home to 3.8 million residents. Not officially the country's capital, it is the economic core of Israel. Well connected globally, it serves as a two-way link to the Western world that Israel is culturally and economically part ...

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Santiago City Review

May 2017

Santiago has emerged as a strong centre of business activities and commerce since the early 21st century. Thanks to its advantageous economic assets - a solid presence of international companies and start-ups, a well-educated workforce and an ...

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Athens City Review

May 2017

Athens, which plays a crucial economic role within Greece with a national GDP share of nearly 50% in 2016, expects a more successful performance over 2016-2021. The city's real GDP, household incomes and consumer expenditure are forecast to finally ...

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Manama City Review

May 2017

As of 2016, Manama made up 69% of Bahrain's GDP and was home to 70% of the population. Only 54% of GVA comes from services in Manama as the city still derives a large share of its economic wealth from petroleum-based industries, although with ...

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Jerusalem City Review

May 2017

Home to Jews, Christians and Muslims, Jerusalem has been for millennia a global metropolis disputed by imperia. Amid unresolved Israeli-Arab conflict, its statute of capital city remains disputed. With just 1.2 million inhabitants in 2016, Jerusalem ...

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San Jose City Review

May 2017

San Jose, one of the wealthiest cities in Central America, accounted for an impressive 61% of Costa Rica's total GDP in 2016. Numerous multinationals are attracted to the city for its well-educated and bilingual population. In 2016, disposable income...

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Osaka City Review

May 2017

Japan's second metropolis of 19 million people is struggling to revitalise its economic vigour. Osaka continues to lose out to Tokyo in business services' concentration, and also lacks a manufacturing edge of Nagoya, with locally-based electronics ...

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Ljubljana City Review

May 2017

With only 532,000 inhabitants in 2016, Ljubljana is tiny Eastern European city. However, it is the most important region in Slovenia, concentrating 26% of the country's population and generating 36% of its GDP. As Slovenia's financial centre and an ...

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Future Demographic

Guatemala in 2030: The Future Demographic

May 2017

In 2030, the population of Guatemala will reach 21.4 million, an increase of 31.1% from 2015. This robust growth will be driven by strong positive natural change which will greatly outweigh negative net migration. Guatemala will remain an extremely ...

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Uzbekistan in 2030: The Future Demographic

May 2017

In 2030 the population of Uzbekistan will reach 34.4 million an increase of 15.1% from 2015. Uzbekistan’s population is ageing as it grows due to falling birth rates and fertility, combined with an increase in older age groups. The country has high ...

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The United Kingdom (UK) in 2030: The Future Demographic

Apr 2017

In 2030, the population of the UK will reach 69.5 million, an increase of 7.2% from 2015. Net migration will continue to be the main driver of population growth over this period as natural change plummets. Although ageing, the UK’s median age will ...

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Karachi City Review

Apr 2017

The capital of Sindh (one of Pakistan's four provinces), Karachi is one of the most populous metropolises worldwide being home to 19.6 million people in 2016. Its population is growing quickly (at 3.6% per year over 2011-2016) amid rural-urban ...

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Bangkok City Review

Apr 2017

Bangkok, the powerhouse of Thailand's economy, made up 52% of the country's total GDP in 2016. Major infrastructure facilities, a seaport and Bangkok International Airport, are the key drivers of international trade and tourism. Bangkok's financial ...

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Cairo City Review

Apr 2017

Cairo, "the city of a thousand minarets", with a population of 23 million, is the largest metropolis in the Middle East. Cairo contributed 33% to Egypt's total GDP in 2016. However, Cairo's labour productivity (GVA per employee) of USD14,400 is one ...

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Brussels City Review

Apr 2017

Home to NATO headquarters and the European parliament, Brussels stands out as one of the most important administrative centres in the world. An array of well-paid jobs for public workers, lobbyists, lawyers and financiers led Brussels to possess a ...

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Jakarta City Review

Apr 2017

Jakarta is the world's second most populous metropolis, hosting 31.1 million inhabitants in 2016. It was Indonesia's growth engine after the country's independence in 1949, and it remains the nation's commercial, political and business hub. The ...

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Zagreb City Review

Apr 2017

Zagreb, the latest capital to become part of the EU in 2013. It is the biggest economy with of all ex-Yugoslavian cities, with a total GDP of USD19 billion, ahead of Ljubljana (USD15 billion total GDP at constant 2016 prices). With other major ...

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Santa Cruz City Review

Apr 2017

Bolivia's biggest city and the world's ninth biggest soybean producer, Santa Cruz, produces a total GDP of USD8.4 billion and accounts for a quarter of the country's total GDP. However, due to large dependency on natural resources and lack of higher ...

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Future Demographic

Turkmenistan in 2030: The Future Demographic

Apr 2017

Despite declining fertility Turkmenistan’s population will continue to grow at a relatively fast, albeit decelerating, pace in 2015-2030. In 2030, the population will reach 6.2 million, an increase of 14.6% from 2015. Although the population will be ...

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Israel in 2030: The Future Demographic

Mar 2017

In 2030, the population of Israel will reach 10.5 million, an increase of 25.8% from 2015. Population growth in 2015-2030 will be mainly driven by natural increase as a result of a high number of births due to an above replacement level of fertility ...

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