Restoring city’s resilience

Think City’s programme manager Aufa Abd Rahman (left) and spatial analyst Dr Ceelia Leong browsing through the two reports during the event at the Think City office in China Street Ghaut, George Town. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

A STUDY by Think City revealed that there was a shift in long- standing economic activities such as finance and banking to transport and household services as well as hospitality and tourism.

Think City senior director Matt Benson said in the past 10 years of transformation, researchers observed push-and-pull factors such as price hikes in rental and properties, disruptive technology, new transport hubs and more.

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