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Bangalore's global 'Hot-Spot' ranking

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According to a study commissioned by the Citigroup, Delhi has been named the most competitive city in India for its demonstrated ability to attract capital, business, talent and tourists by a new Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research report. Bangalore figures at 79 (behind Delhi @ 68; Mumbai @ 70). The 10 most competitive cities in the world are: New York, London, Singapore, Paris and Hong Kong (jointly fourth), Tokyo, Zurich, Washington DC, Chicago and Boston.

In terms of 'economic strength', the most highly weighted category, 15 of the top 20 cities are in Asia of which two are from India--Bangalore (16th) and Ahmedabad (19th).

For the full report in the ToI, click here.

These rankings are based on economic factors. While they very much have their significance, I would be happier for Namma Bengaluru to figure high on Liveability (check this) and Human Development Indices, more than these.

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