The Chinese metropolis was the top FDI city in Asia by jobs created in the first quarter, adding 4496.


Apac jobs Q1 2017

Shanghai created 4496 in Q1, 2017, the most in Asia.

Bangalore in India came second, adding 4278, while Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam saw 3962 new posts created.

Singapore  added 3745, while Suzhou in the southeastern Jiangsu Province of East China created 2697 new FDI jobs.

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