In picking the world's greatest city, these two global capitals are practically tied. But somebody got to be a winner ...
Hong Kong is well-positioned to withstand a sharp slowdown from its neighbor (and sorta-kinda-owner) to the north
An even-keeled metro enters the perfect economic storm
Why the nation's third-largest city is due for a manufacturing comeback
Singapore's status as a global juggernaut cuts both ways
Part III of our special report on the most important cities in the world
The nation's second-largest metro is rich, wide, and dry
The Atlantic's new special report on the past and future of the world's global capitals begins with the 10th most powerful city in the world, which resides at the center of a continent in crisis
To kick off The Atlantic's new special report on the past and future of the world's global capitals, we ask: What city rules them all?
Check back in the coming days, as we count down to one with profiles of each city on this list
The era of cheap Chinese goods is coming to a close. The era of middle class China is nearing.
What $200,000 nannies have to do with the price of tea in China
As China, India, Russia, and Brazil join the global middle class, brains and money will increasingly flow away from the United States
The top four are all in Switzerland and Japan
A new survey from the Brookings Institution ranks the world's 200 largest metropolitan economies -- which account for half of global GDP -- from 1-200. And the winners are ...
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