The Indian city created 11,717 in the first half of 2017, the most in the region

Apac jobs H1 2017

Bangalore in India added 11,717 FDI jobs in H1 2017, the most in the Asia-Pacific region.

Singapore added 9809, ahead of Shanghai, which created 7459 new roles in the first half of the year.

Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam created 4557, while Hong Kong came fifth, adding 4113 jobs.

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