Tokyo named smartest city

7th May 2014


Tokyo, London and New York are the world's "smartest cities", according to academics examining the long-term sustainability of major cities

The IESE Business School in Spain has published the results of its “cities in motion” index. It ranks 135 of the world’s largest cities in terms of their approaches over the past three years to ensuri

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