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Old March 22nd, 2007, 06:04 PM   #1
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Global City GDP Rankings 2005 and by 2020

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Global City GDP Rankings by 2020

Richest cities and urban areas in 2005

Rank City/Urban area Country GDP in US$bn
1 Tokyo Japan 1191
2 New York USA 1133
3 Los Angeles USA 639
4 Chicago USA 460

5 Paris France 460
6 London UK 452
7 Osaka/Kobe Japan 341
8 Mexico City Mexico 315
9 Philadelphia USA 312
10 Washington DC USA 299
11 Boston USA 290
12 Dallas/Fort Worth USA 268

13 Buenos Aires Argentina 245
14 Hong Kong China 244
15 San Francisco/Oakland USA 242
16 Atlanta USA 236
17 Houston USA 235
18 Miami USA 231

19 Sao Paulo Brazil 225
20 Seoul South Korea 218
21 Toronto Canada 209
22 Detroit USA 203
23 Madrid Spain 188
24 Seattle USA 186
25 Moscow Russia 181
26 Sydney Australia 172
27 Phoenix USA 156
28 Minneapolis USA 155
29 San Diego USA 153
30 Rio de Janeiro Brazil 141
31 Barcelona Spain 140
32 Shanghai China 139
33 Melbourne Australia 135
34 Istanbul Turkey 133
35 Denver USA 130
36 Singapore Singapore 129
37 Mumbai India 126
38 Rome Italy 123
39 Montreal Canada 120
40 Milan Italy 115
41 Baltimore USA 110
42 Metro Manila Philippines 108
43 St Louis USA 101
44 Beijing China 99
45 Cairo Egypt 98
46 Jakarta Indonesia 98
47 Tampa/St Petersburg USA 97
48 Pusan South Korea 95
49 Kolkata India 94
50 Vienna Austria 93
51 Delhi India 93
52 Tel Aviv-Jaffa Israel 92
53 Santiago Chile 91
54 Cleveland USA 90
55 Bangkok Thailand 89
56 Tehran Iran 88
57 Portland USA 87
58 Bogotá Colombia 86
59 St Petersburg Russia 85
60 Guangzhou China 84
61 Pittsburgh USA 80
62 Riyadh Saudi Arabia 80
63 Lisbon Portugal 79
64 Vancouver Canada 79
65 Johannesburg South Africa 79
66 Monterrey Mexico 78
67 Stockholm Sweden 76
68 Cape Town South Africa 75
69 Berlin Germany 75
70 Athens Greece 73
71 Birmingham UK 72
72 Fukuoka Japan 72
73 Manchester UK 69
74 Lima Peru 67
75 Belo Horizonte Brazil 65
76 Guadalajara Mexico 60
77 Hamburg Germany 58
78 Turin Italy 58
79 Lyon France 56
80 Jiddah Saudi Arabia 55
81 Karachi Pakistan 55
82 Dhaka Bangladesh 52
83 Munich Germany 50
84 Dublin Ireland 49
85 Leeds UK 48
86 Warsaw Poland 48
87 Tianjin China 45
88 Bangalore India 45
89 Porto Alegre Brazil 44
90 Helsinki Finland 43
91 Naples Italy 43
92 Budapest India 43
93 Zurich Switzerland 42
94 Ankara Turkey 42
95 Amsterdam Netherlands 42
96 Auckland New Zealand 41
97 Copenhagen Denmark 41
98 Recife Brazil 41
99 Rotterdam Netherlands 40
100 Brussels Belgium 39
101 East Rand South Africa 39
102 Brasilia Brazil 38
103 Salvador El Salvador 38
104 Wuhan China 38
105 Chennai India 38
106 Ho Chi Min City Vietnam 38
107 Hyderabad India 38
108 Fortaleza Brazil 37
109 Prague Czech Republic 36
110 Chongqing China 35
111 Algiers Algeria 35
112 Medellin Colombia 34
113 Taegu South Korea 34
114 Curitiba Brazil 33
115 Ahmadabad India 32
116 Oslo Norway 31
117 Izmir Turkey 31
118 Lagos Nigeria 30
119 Pune India 30
120 Alexandria Egypt 30
121 Cologne Germany 29
122 Lahore Pakistan 28
123 Caracas Venezuela 28
124 Hanoi Vietnam 28
125 Shenyang China 27
126 Puebla Mexico 27
127 Lille France 27
128 Bandung Indonesia 26
129 Casablanca Morocco 24
130 Khartoum Sudan 23
131 Surat India 22
132 Baghdad Iraq 22
133 Chengdu China 21
134 Xian China 19
135 Kanpur India 17
136 Yangon Burma 16
137 Chittagong Bangladesh 16
138 Changchun China 15
139 Jaipur India 15
140 Lucknow India 14
141 Luanda Angola 12
142 Abidjan Ivory Coast 11
143 Pyongyang North Korea 10
144 Faisalabad Pakistan 10
145 Kinshasha Congo 10
146 Krakow Poland 10
147 Kabul Afghanistan 9
148 Nairobi Kenya 8
149 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 7
150 Kano Nigeria 7
151 Dar es Salaam Tanzania 5








Rank City/Urban area Country Est GDP in 2020 in US$bn Est annual growth 2005-2020

1 Tokyo Japan 1602 2.0%
2 New York USA 1561 2.2%
3 Los Angeles USA 886 2.2%

4 London UK 708 3.0%
5 Chicago USA 645 2.3%
6 Paris France 611 1.9%
7 Mexico City Mexico 608 4.5%
8 Philadelphia USA 440 2.3%
9 Osaka/Kobe Japan 430 1.6%
10 Washington DC USA 426 2.4%
11 Buenos Aires Argentina 416 3.6%
12 Boston USA 413 2.4%
13 Sao Paulo Brazil 411 4.1%
14 Hong Kong China 407 3.5%
15 Dallas/Fort Worth USA 384 2.4%
16 Shanghai China 360 6.5%
17 Seoul South Korea 349 3.2%
18 Atlanta USA 347 2.6%
19 San Francisco/Oakland USA 346 2.4%
20 Houston USA 339 2.5%
21 Miami USA 331 2.4%

22 Toronto Canada 327 3.0%
23 Moscow Russia 325 4.0%
24 Mumbai India 300 6.0%
25 Madrid Spain 299 3.2%
26 Detroit USA 287 2.3%
27 Istanbul Turkey 287 5.2%
28 Seattle USA 269 2.5%
29 Beijing China 259 6.6%
30 Metro Manila Philippines 257 5.9%
31 Rio de Janeiro Brazil 256 4.1%
32 Sydney Australia 256 2.7%
33 Jakarta Indonesia 253 6.5%
34 Delhi India 229 6.2%
35 Phoenix USA 228 2.5%
36 Guangzhou China 227 6.9%
37 Minneapolis USA 224 2.5%
38 Kolkata India 224 5.9%
39 San Diego USA 220 2.4%
40 Singapore Singapore 218 3.6%
41 Cairo Egypt 212 5.3%
42 Barcelona Spain 201 2.4%
43 Melbourne Australia 200 2.6%
44 Denver USA 190 2.6%
45 Rome Italy 187 2.9%
46 Bangkok Thailand 180 4.8%
47 Montreal Canada180 180 2.8%
48 Milan Italy 174 2.8%
49 Tehran Iran 172 4.5%
50 Riyadh Saudi Arabia 167 5.0%
51 Pusan South Korea 165 3.8%
52 Bogotá Colombia 163 4.3%
53 Santiago Chile 160 3.8%
54 Monterrey Mexico 157 4.8%
55 Baltimore USA 157 2.4%
56 Tel Aviv-Jaffa Israel 153 3.5%
57 St Petersburg Russia 151 3.9%
58 St Louis USA 146 2.5%
59 Tampa/St Petersburg USA 142 2.5%
60 Johannesburg South Africa 131 3.4%
61 Lisbon Portugal 130 3.3%
62 Cleveland USA 129 2.4%
63 Belo Horizonte Brazil 129 4.6%
64 Portland USA 128 2.6%
65 Vienna Austria 127 2.1%
66 Karachi Pakistan 127 5.8%
67 Dhaka Bangladesh 126 6.1%
68 Lima Peru 123 4.2%
69 Vancouver Canada 121 2.9%
70 Cape Town South Africa 121 3.3%
71 Stockholm Sweden 121 3.2%
72 Guadalajara Mexico 119 4.6%
73 Pittsburgh USA 115 2.4%

74 Tianjin China 112 6.3%
75 Jiddah Saudi Arabia 111 4.8%
76 Bangalore India 110 6.2%
77 Dublin Ireland 99 4.8%
78 Ho Chi Min City Vietnam 98 6.5%
79 Birmingham UK 96 2.0%
80 Wuhan China 96 6.4%
81 Fukuoka Japan 96 2.0%
82 Manchester UK 96 2.2%
83 Hyderabad India 92 6.1%
84 Chennai India 91 6.0%
85 Athens Greece 91 1.5%
86 Berlin Germany 88 1.1%
87 Ankara Turkey 87 5.0%
88 Chongqing China 87 6.3%
89 Lyon France 85 2.8%
90 Turin Italy 84 2.5%
91 Porto Alegre Brazil 82 4.3%
92 Brasilia Brazil 82 5.1%
93 Warsaw Poland 80 3.5%
94 Ahmadabad India 78 6.2%
95 Hamburg Germany 78 2.0%
96 Recife Brazil 77 4.4%
97 Pune India 76 6.3%
98 Lagos Nigeria 76 6.2%
99 Salvador Salvador 75 4.6%
100 Munich Germany 73 2.6%
101 Fortaleza Brazil 73 4.6%
102 Algiers Algeria 73 5.0%
103 Hanoi Vietnam 73 6.6%
104 Bandung Indonesia 69 6.7%
105 Naples Italy 69 3.2%
106 Curitiba Brazil 68 4.9%
107 Shenyang China 68 6.3%
108 Leeds UK 67 2.2%
109 Lahore Pakistan 67 5.9%
110 Alexandria Egypt 66 5.4%
111 East Rand South Africa 65 3.5%
112 Medellin Colombia 65 4.4%
113 Helsinki Finland 65 2.7%
114 Izmir Turkey 62 4.9%
115 Auckland New Zealand 61 2.6%
116 Zurich Switzerland 61 2.4%
117 Amsterdam Netherlands 60 2.5%
118 Prague Czech Republic 58 3.2%
119 Surat India 57 6.5%
120 Rotterdam Netherlands 57 2.4%
121 Copenhagen Denmark 56 2.1%
122 Brussels Belgium 55 2.2%
123 Chengdu China 51 6.3%
124 Khartoum Sudan 51 5.6%
125 Caracas Venezuela 50 3.9%
126 Budapest Hungary 49 0.9%
127 Puebla Mexico 48 4.0%
128 Xian China 48 6.4%
129 Casablanca Morocco 47 4.5%
130 Taegu South Korea 45 1.9%
131 Oslo Norway 44 2.2%
132 Changchun China 42 6.9%
133 Kanpur India 41 6.3%
134 Cologne Germany 40 2.0%
135 Baghdad Iraq 39 4.0%
136 Chittagong Bangladesh 39 6.3%
137 Jaipur India 38 6.4%
138 Lille France 37 2.1%
139 Lucknow India 35 6.3%
140 Yangon Burma 33 4.8%
141 Luanda Angola 29 6.0%
142 Kinshasha Congo 25 6.4%
143 Faisalabad Pakistan 24 6.0%
144 Abidjan Ivory Coast 22 4.9%
145 Kabul Afghanistan 22 6.1%
146 Nairobi Kenya 20 6.3%
147 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 18 6.2%
148 Kano Nigeria 14 5.4%
149 Dar es Salaam Tanzania 13 6.0%
150 Krakow Poland 13 1.9%
151 Pyongyang North Korea 13 1.5%


http://www.citymayors.com/statistics...ties-2020.html
Taken off of the skybar. Apparently city GDP for American cities is based on their MSA's( Metropolitan Statistical Area) and not CSA's (Combined Statistical Area)
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for the Pelasgians, too, were a Greek nation originally from the Peloponnesus
The Roman Antiquities of Dionysius of Halicarnassus
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...assus/1B*.html

Macedonia, of course, is a part of Greece". Strabo, VII, Frg. 9
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...ragments*.html

But north of the gulf, the first inhabitants are Greeks called Epirotes....
Procopius
http://books.google.com/books?id=9m6...page&q&f=false

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Old March 22nd, 2007, 06:27 PM   #2
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is chicago's really higher than londons?
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The GDP figures are estimated and expressed in US$, using purchasing power parity exchange rates. The estimates are based on PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates and projections as well as UN urban agglomeration definitions and population estimates. The research was carried out by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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for the Pelasgians, too, were a Greek nation originally from the Peloponnesus
The Roman Antiquities of Dionysius of Halicarnassus
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...assus/1B*.html

Macedonia, of course, is a part of Greece". Strabo, VII, Frg. 9
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...ragments*.html

But north of the gulf, the first inhabitants are Greeks called Epirotes....
Procopius
http://books.google.com/books?id=9m6...page&q&f=false
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Shanghai will be much higher up. Where's Shenzhen? That's the mainland's second financial city!
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Old March 22nd, 2007, 07:07 PM   #5
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hmmm....

I found this link for 2005

http://usmayors.org/metroeconomies/0107/GMPreport.pdf

And San Jose's GDP is upwards of 90 Billion Dollars but its not on that list.
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Old March 22nd, 2007, 07:18 PM   #6
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Okay,
that first ranking was taken without the attached article by my_playground1900

London climbing up the wealth league

Larry Elliott, economics editor
Wednesday March 7, 2007
The Guardian

The wealth of the City means London has the highest incomes of any metropolis outside the United States and is on course to become the world's fourth biggest megacity by 2020, the consultants PricewaterhouseCoopers say today.

PWC says the income generated by London's 8.5 million people is equivalent to the gross domestic product of small European countries such as Sweden or Switzerland.

And with growth expected to average 3% a year between 2005 and 2020 - faster than any other city in the developed world - London is expected to edge its way up the league table of richest cities from its current ranking of sixth.

In the 19th century, London's position as the capital of the world's biggest economy made it the richest and largest city in the world. But in 2005 Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Paris all had larger GDPs. By 2020 London will have overtaken Chicago and Paris, PwC says.

John Hawksworth, head of macroeconomics at PwC said: "Within the developed world, it seems likely that the most successful cities of the future will be those that have comparative advantages in intangible businesses, financial and consumer services that are not so easily emulated by the rising stars of China, India or Brazil."

The report predicts that by 2020 there will be five megacities with populations in excess of 20 million: Mumbai, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, New York and Tokyo, which will contain more than 35 million people.

The richest city in the world by per capita income adjusted for variations in the cost of living around the world is San Francisco-Oakland at $71,400 (£37,000). The next 10 wealthiest cities by average income are all American, with London the first non-US city on the list in 12th place. London currently has a GDP per capita of $53,200 (£27,600).

Although London is expected to grow briskly over the next decade and a half, its rate of expansion is expected to be only half as fast as that in Shanghai (6.5%) or Mumbai (6%).

Outside London, PwC says Birmingham, 71st in the PwC list of the world's 100 biggest cities, is expected to drop to 79th, while Manchester is projected to fall from 73rd to 82nd. PwC says this is not because their economies are stagnating, but that they are not expected to grow as quickly as cities in emerging economies.

PwC says the world's megacities are comparable in size to fully fledged national economies. Tokyo and New York currently both have GDPs in excess of $1.1tn - making them as big as Canada and Spain, the EU's fifth biggest economy.

PwC says the capitals of "old Europe" such as Vienna, Rome and Berlin, are likely to slide down the GDP rankings, but will benefit from revenues from tourists from cities in the emerging economies.

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Global cities by size of GDP in 2005 using purchasing power parities

1 Tokyo $1.2 trillion

2 New York $1.1 trillion (right)

3 Los Angeles $639bn

4 Chicago $460bn

5 Paris $460bn

6 London $452bn

7 Osaka/Kobe $341bn

8 Mexico City $315bn

9 Philadelphia $312bn

10 Washington DC $299bn

http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2028029,00.html
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The richest city in the world by per capita income adjusted for variations in the cost of living around the world is San Francisco-Oakland at $71,400 (£37,000). The next 10 wealthiest cities by average income are all American, with London the first non-US city on the list in 12th place. London currently has a GDP per capita of $53,200 (£27,600).
Go on Bay Area witcha bad self.

The 11 richest by per capita income are all in the US. Foreigners call us fat and lazy but apparently we are a nation of hard ass workers.
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is chicago's really higher than londons?
Chicago has more people that London.
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Chicago has more people that London.
Chicagoland: 9.5 million people

Greater London: 12+ million people
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wow look at Philly. I never knew........... kudos!
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Lots of US cities are missing on that list...was there a population cutoff?

Now I know that Hartford had more than 5 billion
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i thought hong kong would be higher
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And where is the Rhur Area?
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And where is the Rhur Area?
In Germany.
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Chicagoland: 9.5 million people

Greater London: 12+ million people
post link... for both cities...
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._by_population
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Chicago doing well..
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That list is incredible, WOW, most of the top tier U.S. cities are in the TOP Tier Globally. WOW go NYC, LA, CHI, Philly, DC and the USA!
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http://usmayors.org/metroeconomies/0107/GMPreport.pdf

A much more accurate report can be read there for 2005, the newest data available from the US Economic Census.

Using the CSA definition, which is the only realistic way to measure a metro's economic size (since CSAs are designated by commuter patterns - or economic activity - to begin with), here are the top economies in the US in terms of gross metropolitan product:

1. New York City CSA: $1.103 T
2. Los Angeles/Long Beach/Riverside CSA: $770.6 B
3. Washington/Baltimore CSA: $436 B
4. Chicago CSA: $429.6 B
5. Boston/Providence CSA: $364.6 B
6. San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose CSA: $357.8 B
7. Philadelphia/Reading CSA: $286.1 B
8. Dallas/Fort Worth CSA: $284.5 B
9. Houston/Beaumont CSA: $244.4 B
10. Atlanta/Sandy Springs/Marietta MSA: $212.4 B
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is chicago's really higher than londons?
I was wondering the same thing myself. Seems strange.
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