Tel Aviv ranked 50th most global city

August 17, 2010 09:43


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American magazine Foreign Policy released its Global Cities Index for 2010, ranking New York as top city, and Tel Aviv as 50, on Tuesday.

The Global Cities Index shows a shift from West to East, with five of the world's ten most global cities in Asia and the Pacific: Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Seoul. Four Middle Eastern cities can be found on the list: Tel Aviv, Dubai (27), Istanbul (41), and Cairo (43).

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