When you ask, “Where are the best cities in all the developed countries?” there’s a lot of buzz about “developing countries,” but what are the other regions of the world?
We took a closer look at each and found out what each of them has to offer.
China The city of Shanghai is known for its high quality of life and high quality housing.
Its population of over 1.6 billion people is more than twice the size of the U.S. and more than double that of the Netherlands.
The metro area is home to over 60 million people, making it the second largest city in China, after Beijing.
While Shanghai has some of the best public transportation, it also has the worst traffic congestion, as well as a lack of parking.
Shanghai is also home to one of the most polluted cities in Asia, and its pollution level is also very high.
India While Mumbai has a population of more than 8 million people and has a per capita GDP of $8,000, it’s a very small city.
India’s urban area is the second smallest of the 34 developing nations, with just over 5.5 million people living there.
Despite having more than 2 million people live in the city, it has the lowest level of air quality in the developed world.
In addition, many of the areas around Mumbai are home to poor people, many living in poverty.
Hong Kong The Hong Kong city of Shenzhen is a major international financial center, and it is home for nearly half of the Chinese population.
Shenzhen is also the world’s third largest city by population, after Shanghai and Beijing.
As a result, it is one of China’s most polluted and smog-filled cities.
United States The U.A.E., or United Arab Emirates, is home, in part, to the largest American city, New York.
New York City is a hub of commerce and business in the U: the largest city with more than 5.6 million people in the country.
However, New Yorkers living in the City of New York suffer from air pollution that is nearly twice the national average.
France The capital of France is a popular tourist destination, with the world-famous skyline and iconic landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Pyramids.
Paris, known as the “City of Light,” is home of the French Embassy, the Louvre Museum and the National Museum of Natural History.
Netherlands The Netherlands is home not only to its major cities but also the country’s other major economic hub, Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is home in large part to the city’s Dutch community, which has historically been the city with the most cultural and social ties to the country and the world.
In addition to the Netherlands’ economic growth, the Dutch have also developed a reputation as a cosmopolitan city that welcomes people from all over the world to its vibrant cities.
Germany The largest country in Europe, Germany has the largest number of inhabitants in the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) countries, with about 7.4 million.
It is home also to the University of Bremen, home of Germany’s first university.
Switzerland Switzerland is home only to about 1.3 million people.
For the most part, Switzerland’s population is concentrated in its capital city, Zurich.
The population is also highly concentrated in smaller, less developed areas.
IndiaThe country with the second highest percentage of people living in urban areas, India, has a relatively poor infrastructure.
With the most populous state, Delhi, the nation has one of most polluted air and water systems in the Asia-Pacific region.
BrazilThe second most populous country in the Americas, Brazil has the highest population density in the region.
The nation has the third highest percentage living in cities.
The state has also one of Brazil’s largest urban areas.
In terms of climate, the climate in Brazil is among the warmest in the entire region.