With more than 100 projects in Q1, 2018, Singapore was the region's leading city


Apac cities by project Q1 2018

Singapore was the top FDI city by projects in Asia-Pacific in the first quarter of 2018, with 105 projects, well ahead of Hong Kong, which came second with 58.

Shanghai saw 54 projects in Q1, While Sydney, Australia, had 39.

Tokyo attracted 34 projects in the first quarter.

The chart was produced using fDi Markets, which gives real-time crossborder greenfield investment data on all sectors and locations. For more information visit fdimarkets.com.

This article is sourced from fDi Magazine
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