Top 10 Richest Cities in The World - Based on GDP

Author : Somasundaram R

Richest Cities in the world

Richest Cities:

The wealthiest city is mostly calculated by the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of that particular State or City. The richest cities in the world are very good in the market value of all the products and services developed on their own. with respect to this GDP, we have classified and ranked the top 10 richest cities in the world.

1. Tokyo, Japan

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GDP Value: $1,520 billion

The world's number one richest city is Tokyo, Japan. Though, the city suffered a past earthquake in 1923 and bomb runs during the Second World War. Tokyo rebuilds itself and grew into the most progressive city in the world today.

Tokyo’s leading industries are telecommunications, electronics, and publishing.

2. New York, USA

New York, USA

 

GDP Value: $1,210 billion
The New York City is the second richest city in the world, it is one of the most historically rich cities in the United States, particularly in the East Coast. This city has an attracting tourism by many places like the Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building.

3. Los Angeles, USA

Los Angeles, USA

GDP Value: $789.7 billion
Third wealthiest city in the world is Los Angeles. It was a small village evolved into a huge town. As for as GDP of the city is concerned, mainly dominated by finance and banking sectors. Los Angeles also the filmmaking hub in the United States.

4. Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea

GDP Value: $779.3 billion
One of the oldest east Asian region Seoul is the fourth wealthiest city in the world. it said to be, it was founded as early as 17BC. After world war two Seoul developed more in tourism and most attractive places are the  Korean War Memorial, Namsan Park, Changdeokgung Palace and the N Seoul Tower. Electronic, textile and iron and steel production are the most influencing business sectors in Seoul.

5. London, England

 London, England

GDP: $731.2 billion
London The Dream city is the fifth richest city in the world. Yes, London was the dream city for many people. especially people who interested in cultures, religions, climate. Buckingham Palace, the Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the world-famous Big Ben clock tower are the most visiting tourist places.

6. Paris, France

Paris, France

GDP: $669.2 billion
The fashion capital Paris is the sixth richest city in the world. Top quality clothing, fashion designers, fashion models are the attractive things in the city. every year tourist arrives to visit the world-famous Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees, the Louvre Museum and the Arc de Triomphe.

7. Osaka, Japan

Osaka, Japan

 

GDP: $654.8 billion
Osaka is the seventh richest city in the world and second in Japan. with only 223 square kilometers of its total land area can be described as an urban metro. The rest of the land is either designated as agricultural and cultural. Tourist attractions include the Osaka Castle and Universal Studios Japan.  Most industries found in the city engage in metal, textile and plastic production.

8. Chicago, USA

Chicago, USA

GDP: $524.6 billion
Chicago is the eighth richest city in the world and pertains the iconic things like the Chicago Bulls, Chicago basketball team, deep-dish pizza. money making industries in Chicago are business and publishing.

9. Moscow, Russia

Moscow, Russia

GDP: $520.1 billion

The Russian capital Moscow is the ninth richest city in the world. it was reintroduced as the capital city of Russia after the 1917 Revolution. Moscow now provides a huge fraction of the country’s supply of food, steel, minerals, and chemicals.

10. Shanghai, China

Shanghai, China

GDP: $516.5 billion
Shanghai is the tenth wealthiest county in the world. Chinese GDP Mosty depends on tourism, chemical and steel production sectors.

 

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