In the media | 22 May 2024

Bloomberg: New York, London Top New Ranking of 1,000 Global Cities

Our Global Cities Index 2024 has evaluated the numbers for 27 indicators to determine that New York, London and San Jose, California, are the world’s top cities, in a list whose first 50 places were dominated by the US and Europe.

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