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NEW UPDATES Asean Affairs   29  January 2014  

Singapore is 10th most dynamic city: report

Vivien Shiao
The Business Times

SINGAPORE has emerged 10th in a global report on the world's top 20 most dynamic cities.

According to Jones Lang LaSalle's (JLL) City Momentum Index (CMI), the Republic came in behind other Asian cities, with Shanghai coming in fourth place, Wuhan in fifth and Hong Kong in eighth place.

The world's most dynamic city is San Francisco, followed by London, and Dubai is in third place. The rest of the cities that round up the top 10 include New York, Austin and San Jose.

Singapore is included because it wields clear economic might on the global stage, and contributed to the world's direct commercial real estate investment activity from 2012-2013, said the report.

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