Singapore attracted the most projects of any city in the Asia-Pacific region in H2, 2017, with 166


Apac projects H2 2017

Singapore was the top FDI city by projects in Asia-Pacific in the second half of 2017, with 166 projects, well ahead of Shanghai, which came second with 85. Tokyo saw 55 projects in H2, narrowly ahead of Hong Kong, which attracted 53. Sydney was not far behind, with the Australian city seeing 51 projects in the second half of the year.

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