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Top 7 to-be-richest cities in 2025

According to researchers of Mckinsey Global institute, these cities will be the world’s richest cities among all the cities in ten years from now this research rank is based on GDP per capital.

Many of you must have thought among these cities New York, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong as many of world’s multimillionaires and billionaires live in these financial capitals but you maybe did not guess right here are the expected top richest cities.

    1. Doha, Qatar:

      Doha is one of the highly predicted city to be on the top of world’s richest city on term of GDP.
      Doha is already among the richest cities. but the huge investments that are made to welcome 2022 soccer world cup have given them extra points to top the ranking list.

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      Fig. 1: Doha, Qatar
    2. Bergen, Norway

      Is the second most promising city to be in the ranking list. it is already at the forefront of the country’s economy, but the researchers predict it will rise to become one of the richest cities globally. It serves as the hub for Norway’s energy industry, shipping and marine research.

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      Fig. 2: Bergen, Norway
    3. Trondheim, Norway

      Another Norwegian city on the ranking list, Trondheim is the birthplace of mobile tech. It is where the GSM standard was invented in the 1980s.
      Since then, the local tech scene has been flourishing, and now brags over 550 startups with more than 10,000 employees, according to officials.

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      Fig. 3: Trondheim, Norway
    4. Hwaseong, South Korea

      Hwaseong is not widely known outside South Korea, but it is a booming city South Korea
      The city is considered the home of the global research facilities of Hyundai and Samsung and now
      The city is investing heavily in new residential real estate in the super modern Dongtan district. That’s why it’s one of the cities on the list.

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      Fig. 4: Hwaseong, South Korea
    5. Asan, South Korea

      Another city in South Korea in the list, Asan is home to several large industrial complexes.
      It also benefits from being near the port of Pyeongtaek, which is the closest port to east China, and a global shipping hub.

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      Fig. 5: Asan, South Korea
    6. Rhine-Ruhr, Germany

      Rhine-Ruhr is already one of the most successful urban areas in Germany. It’s the third largest in Europe, After Paris and London.
      Many powerhouses of German industry and finance are based in the region; it is home to 12 Fortune 500 companies.

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      Fig. 6: Rhine-Ruhr, Germany

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Macau, China

Macau is to become one of the 10 richest cities in the world by 2025, already Macau is one of the world’s richest cities, and as of 2013 its GDP per capita by purchasing power parity is higher than that of any country in the world,
according to the World Bank. It became the world’s largest gambling Centre in 2006, with the economy heavily dependent on gambling and tourism, as well as manufacturing. Macau suffered a huge recession at the end of last year.
Its economy slumped 17% after an anti-corruption drive hurt Macau’s casinos
Growth is expected to return next year, but experts say Macau must find other sources of income to recover its momentum.

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Fig. 7: Macau, China