For the first time since 2014, Moscow entered the top of the most attractive cities for investors in the world Global Cities of the Future ranking, taking 22nd place in it. The rating was compiled by the fDi Intelligence division of the Financial Times.
The Russian capital bypassed San Francisco, Vilnius and Montreal. The first place in the list was taken by Singapore, the second - London, in the third place is located Dubai. Singapore came out on top in both economic potential and convenience for doing business.
The improvement of the city position in the rating is associated with a favorable environment for doing business, a comprehensive system of measures to support investors, including foreign ones, as well as prompt interaction with business and the availability of special mechanisms for profitable localization of production.