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JLL rethinks global city competitiveness for the future

Image 1: JLL Typology of World Cities
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New research from JLL challenges traditional approaches to evaluating city competitiveness by encouraging the global real estate market to rethink city performance metrics.

In World Cities: Mapping the Pathways to Success, published in conjunction with The Business of Cities, JLL delves into global cities’ performance to evaluate their strengths and opportunities for real estate investors, developers and corporate occupiers. JLL’s analysis looks beyond the standard metrics of city performance to recognise similarities among the world’s cities. The new classification of 10 global city groups, each with their own common paths, challenges and imperatives, draws on a wide range of indicators to develop a focused global map of city dynamics (see image 1).

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