Written by Oxford Economics
17 May 2017

Teeming with industry and services, brimming with innovation, and home to swelling and increasingly more skilled and diverse labour forces, the world's 750 biggest cities today account for some 57% of global GDP. By 2030 the 750 look set to contribute close to a staggering US$80 trillion to the world economy (61% of total world GDP) and, with it, offer vast commercial opportunity for those who can serve their needs in everything from office space to cooking oil. The Oxford Economics Global Cities 2030 study is the source to navigating those opportunities to 2030.

You can access the report here