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IESE Cities in Motion Index 2018

The fifth edition of the Cities in Motion Index (CIMI) evaluates cities’ level of development in relation to nine key areas or dimensions: Economy, Human Capital, Social Cohesion, Environment, Governance, Urban Planning, International Outreach, Technology, and Mobility and Transportation. The CIMI 2018 edition includes 165 cities, including 74 capitals, representing more than 80 countries. To …
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World’s Most Visited Cities

London has topped the list as the destination of choice for international travelers for the third time in four years, according to the annual MasterCard Global Destinations Cities Index of the 132 most traveled cities from around the world. Bangkok itself slipped to second, after political unrest in the country discouraged international visitors, followed by Paris …
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Cities of Opportunity index

London has finished top of PwC’s Cities of Opportunity index for the first time, followed by New York and Singapore, according to the Cities of Opportunity report published by PwC together with The Partnership for New York City. Now in its sixth year, the index analyzes the top 30 capitals of finance, commerce and culture. Madrid held on …
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Passenger Cars

Factiva offers a gamma of Industry Snapshots to offer readers a glimpse of the most relevant data about a particular industry and includes a comprehensive one-page summary.  “Passenger Cars” is a good example where you can find targeted news, reports, charts, analysis and financial data. The full-text of the report is available on the web …
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Transportation Management Report 2011

Capgemini Consulting has released the 2011 edition of its Transportation Management Report. The two-part study provides the latest insights into the business drivers for transportation management processes and software. The first part of the report focuses upon the challenges faced when managing transportation in the current economic climate and possible solutions. Capgemini authors from six …
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