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Below you will find a list of all the previous editons of Global Cities Report  

Global Cities 2017

The report highlights the exceptional times we live in. Over 490 million people reside in countries with negative interest rates. Around 60% of the world’s citizens now own a smart phone. Four billion people live in cities, up by 23% on ten years ago.

Global Cities 2016

The UN is forecasting the world's cities to increase in population in the next five years. Consequently, the planet will need to build the equivalent of five cities the size of Los Angeles every year between now and 2020 and all the supporting infrastructure. The development potential of this rapid urbanization is huge, offering considerable opportunities to firms and investors that operate globally. Real estate will play an essential part in all of this, and Global Cities: The 2016 Report aims to brief you on where the opportunities are to be found.

Global Cities 2015

This report examines why investors, occupiers and city planners are increasingly viewing skyscrapers as a preferred real estate option for the modern city, the future trends that encourage Global Cities to rise updwards along with our regular ranking of the Global Cities as skyscraper centers.

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