Research Briefing | Mar 31, 2021

European Cities Outlook: Only seven major cities return to pre-Covid GDP levels in 2021

We forecast that seven out of Europe’s top 30 cities will see their GDP return to pre-pandemic levels in 2021. The rest will have to wait until 2022, or in two cases, 2023. And of course, many uncertainties remain, with European governments continuing to battle to defeat the coronavirus.

To learn more about our predictions for the European cities, watch our video below. And, if you would like to learn more about this topic, complete the form to download the full report.

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