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Top 100 City Destinations Ranking – Published 2015

View the updated version of this list, released January 2016. Euromonitor International is pleased to release its annual Top City Destinations Ranking, covering 100 of the world’s leading cities in terms of international tourist arrivals. The continuing increase in arrivals to these cities illustrates their economic strength, as well as the sustained importance of urban […]
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High Income Households by City 2013

We release a 2013 update to previously published datagraphic of high income households (defined as household with annual income of at least US$100,000). Over one year, the number of high income households increased by around one million to reach 105 million in 2013, and New York overtook Tokyo as the world’s key centre of wealth (mainly […]
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City Travel Briefing: Moscow

Moscow has seen arrivals grow with increases from visitors outside former Soviet countries, particularly China. Business travel is strong in the Russian capital and supports the many luxury hotels. By contrast, accommodation options for budget travellers are limited or located outside the city centre. New low cost flights from Europe have the potential to open […]
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Does Urban Export Imply City Development?

Urban exports can be seen both as a factor in a city’s economic growth and an indicator of its stage of urban development. Generally, expanding export activities contribute to the economic advancement of urban economies. Different profiles of exported goods and services in developing and developed metropolises also affect wealth disparities of local consumer across […]
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Economic Growth Slowing in Major Latin American Cities

Throughout the 20th century, flagship Latin American metropolises were the key drivers of the region’s economic progress, production growth and increasing domestic demand. In 2012, nearly 30% of the region’s GDP derived from just 15 major cities. However, over the last decade, Latin America’s economic growth momentum has been shifting from the major metropolises towards […]
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Euromonitor International’s Top City Destination Ranking

As the global economic crisis worsened in Q4 2008, international arrivals declined worldwide as travellers felt financially constrained and decided to stay close to home. However, the top 100 cities managed to end the year with 5.2% growth. A number of cities, such as New York and São Paulo, however, enjoyed double digit growth thanks to favourable exchange rates, aggressive government stimulus, increased air links and efficient promotional campaigns.
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