The Australian city attracted 62 projects in the second half of 2018, more than any other non-capital


Apac on capital cities projects

Sydney, Australia was the top non-capital city in Asia-Pacific by project number in H2, 2018, with 62 projects.

Bangalore in India was not far behind with 57 projects, ahead of Melbourne, with 45.

Mumbai, India, attracted 26 projects in the second half of the year, narrowly ahead of

Shenzen in south-eastern China, which saw 23.

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