Asian Cities with the Biggest Economies

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According to the Brookings Institute, 2014
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_or_metropolitan_areas_by_GDP
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First submittedAugust 21, 2016
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(Billions)
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$1617
Tokyo
$846
Seoul
$671
Osaka-Kobe
$594
Shanghai
$506
Beijing
$416
Hong Kong
$380
Guangzhou
$372
Tianjin
$366
Singapore
$364
Nagoya
$363
Shenzhen
$349
Istanbul
$339
Suzhou
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$327
Taipei
$321
Jakarta
$316
Chongqing
$307
Bangkok
$297
Busan
$293
Delhi
$279
Mumbai
$233
Chengdu
$232
Wuhan
$220
Hangzhou
$212
Wuxi
$209
Qingdao
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Level 58
Aug 21, 2016
Why would Guangzhou and Shenzhen be considered one city but Suzhou and Wuxi as separate cities?
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Level 72
Feb 5, 2017
They are two different cities but their economies got merged for the purpose of this quiz.
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Level 55
Feb 12, 2020
Ammended
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Level 74
Aug 21, 2016
Very surprised not to see any Middle Eastern/Gulf cities in this list.
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Level 72
Feb 5, 2017
Because there are not a lot of people living there due to the desert climate.
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Level 67
Feb 12, 2020
Yeah, there's no one living in Riyadh, only about 8 million people.
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Level 58
Feb 12, 2020
No Shanghai and Beijing?
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Level 55
Feb 12, 2020
Got them, thanks!
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Level 54
Feb 12, 2020
I don't think Istanbul is in Asia, or at least not most of it.
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Level 55
Feb 12, 2020
It is, in two places at once
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Level 56
Feb 13, 2020
I have a feeling Wuhan is going to drop a few places in the near future