7 Cities That Will Be Ultra Rich in The Next 10 Years

1. Doha, Qatar

Doha

Forget New York, London or Hong Kong. Here are seven cities that are racing up the rankings of the world’s richest, and will be among the top 10 by 2025, according to researchers from McKinsey.

Qatar’s Doha is predicted to be one of the rising stars in terms of per capita GDP. The country is already among the richest in the world, and huge investments ahead of the 2022 Soccer World Cup are set to give it extra boost.

2.  Bergen, Norway

Bergen

Bergen is the second most populous city in Norway.

It is already at the forefront of the country’s economy, but McKinsey’s researchers predict it will rise to become one of the richest cities globally. It serves as the hub for Norway’s energy industry, shipping, and marine research.

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These Are the Biggest Reasons Why Expats Choose to Stay and Work Longer, in the Gulf

Expats Working in Gulf: In a report based on the Middle East Management Study by Invesco, one of the world’s largest independent investment managers, Western expatriates employed by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations have an average length of stay of 12.9 years.

This increase Westerner’s length of stay, three quarters of which are UK citizens, is the Gulf’s very low rates for personal taxes. On the other hand, the length of stay in the region’s Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) is 18.1 years which is attributed to the low value added tax and corporate taxes. Meanwhile, Arab expats including Lebanese and Egyptian have a length of stay of 16.9 years owing to the stability and security provide by the Gulf.

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This Insane and Satirical Depiction of World’s Police Will Make You Question Their Worth? Reactions!

Gunduz Agayev revealed a series of illustrations of police officers from different parts of the globe where there are reported cases of human rights violations including China, Great Britain, India, Iran, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey and Russia among others.

Some of them are drawn as “good police” but most of these drawings have a critical and satirical undertone.

Police in Iran

Police in Australia

Police in Netherlands

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