China's Urban Economic Might to Dominate in 2030, Says Report

A woman poses for a photograph in Flower City Square in Guangzhou, China Photograph by Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

China’s cities are going to have much larger economies and will be filled with big-spending Chinese. At the same time, per-capita incomes will lag behind those in today’s developed cities for many years to come, says a new report on trends in the top global cities, released May 8 by Oxford Economics.

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