Shenzhen remains in fourth place in city competitiveness
Shenzhen retains it position among the country’s most competitive cities, after a study made by the China Institute of City Competitiveness. Shenzhen still remained in the fourth place after Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.
The institute studied 295 cities competitiveness in economy, education, technological advancement, business and financial development. Last year’s ranking of the top ten cities remained unchanged. Shenzhen dropped to second place in the competitive growth just behind Shanghai, Suzhou took the third place position from Beijing this year. Hong Kong is the most safest city in China, while Shenzhen was ranked just outside the top 30 cities for safety.
Shenzhen ranked seventh in the friendly city exchange in government, economic, trade, cultural and educational levels, followed by Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei and Macao. The city competitiveness was founded in 1998 in Hong Kong in hopes in studying the sustained development and competitiveness of Chinese cities with each other.