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A comprehensive overview of the following cities – providing historical and forecast data on key city level metrics along with analytical coverage of the latest political, economic, social, technological, infrastructural, legal and environmental issues affecting each city. Each report contains detailed tourism, retail, construction, technology and public infrastructure data and insight into economic, social, and industry trends.

Key Findings:-

Abu Dhabi City is the most populous emirate in the UAE and has a strong economic development driven by strong growth in travel and tourism, trade, transport and logistics, and manufacturing sectors. The emirate has the highest nominal GDP per capita in the UAE surpassing Dubai emirate.

  • The service sector remains the key contributor to the regional economy – and the major employer.
  • Abu Dhabi is a key tourist destination for both domestic and international tourists and experienced healthy growth in the past five years.
  • Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions.

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid in terms of population and is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. The city is a key contributor for the national economy with strong presence of tertiary and industry sectors. The region’s economy is dominated by industries such as automotive, engineering, financial institutions, business services, banking services, wholesale and retail trade

  • The service and industry sectors remain the key contributors to the regional economy – and the major employers.
  • Barcelona is one of the key tourist destinations of Europe, for both domestic and international tourists.
  • The tourism and hospitality sectors experienced healthy growth in 2015. Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions.

Chicago is the largest and most populous city in Illinois state. The city has a significant financial influence, accounting for 3.5% of national GDP. Robust growth of the tertiary sector, improvements in professional / business services and real estate are expected to be major drivers of growth.

  • The service sectors remain the key contributors to the regional economy – and the major employers.
  • The appreciation of the US dollar coupled with a steep fall in crude oil prices is expected to have a strong impact on the area’s economy in 2016
  • Chicago is one of the key tourist destinations for both domestic and international tourists. The tourism and hospitality sectors experienced healthy growth in 2015.
  • Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions.

Shanghai is a key financial and economic hub of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is one of the most populous cities in China. Shanghai has evolved from a commercial and industrial center into an economic center, due to rapid growth in the tertiary sector, such as finance and insurance, trade, transport, communications and real estate. Improvements in professional / business services and real estate are expected to be major drivers of growth.

  • The Industry and service sectors remain the key contributor to the regional economy – and the major employers.
  • Shanghai is a key tourist destination for both domestic and international tourists and witnessed a significant growth over the past two years.

Business tourism stands a contributor to the tourism sector. Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions.

Price: $250 (Single User License)
Published: Aug-16
Publisher: MarketLine
Report Format: electronic pdf

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