BEIJING, Dec 1 (China Daily/ANN) - China's capital city Beijing remains top on the list for cities with "Belt and Road" potential, according to a report released by the China Academy of Urban Planning and Design.
Moscow grabbed second place, one post up from last year, followed by China's Hong Kong and Shanghai.
The report on global cities under the vision of the Belt and Road Initiative ranked over 500 sample cities for development potential in five dimensions, including "policy communication","unimpeded trade","people-to-people connectivity","infrastructure connectivity" and "financial integration".
Six other cities on the top 10 are: London (5th), Seoul (6th), Singapore (7th), Vientiane (8th), Jakarta (9th), Bangkok (10th).
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