Asia-Pacific's top FDI city by jobs created in H2 2016 was Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam


Asia-Pacific top FDI cities by jobs created

The Vietnamese city of Ho Chi Minh created 13,692 jobs throughout the second half of 2016.

Bangalore in India was in second pace, with 13,101 jobs created, followed by Shanghai with 10,419.

Australia’s Melbourne created 9,858 in the second half of the year, while Singapore added 8,864.

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