Worldwide Centres Of Commerce Index

The Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index is an index of the world's cities by MasterCard. Using seven evaluative dimensions, it provides rankings for 75 leading commercial cities.[1]

2008 rankings

As of 2008, the top 75 commercial centers according to the Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index in the world are:

Countries with cities on the list by region

Continent Country Cities
 Egypt Cairo
 South Africa Johannesburg
 China Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Chongqing
 Hong Kong Hong Kong
 India Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore
 Indonesia Jakarta
 Israel Tel Aviv
 Japan Tokyo, Osaka
 Lebanon Beirut
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
 Philippines Manila
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh
 Singapore Singapore
 South Korea Seoul
 Taiwan Taipei
 Thailand Bangkok
 United Arab Emirates Dubai
 Australia Sydney, Melbourne
 Austria Vienna
 Belgium Brussels
 Czech Republic Prague
 Denmark Copenhagen
 France Paris
 Germany Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Düsseldorf
 Greece Athens
 Hungary Budapest
 Ireland Dublin
 Italy Milan, Rome
 Netherlands Amsterdam
 Poland Warsaw
 Portugal Lisbon
 Russia Moscow, Saint Petersburg
 Spain Madrid, Barcelona
 Sweden Stockholm
  Switzerland Zurich, Geneva
 Turkey Istanbul
 United Kingdom London, Edinburgh
 Canada Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver
 Mexico Mexico City
 United States New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Washington, D.C.
 Argentina Buenos Aires
 Brazil São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro
 Chile Santiago
 Venezuela Caracas

See also


External links

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