Abu Dhabi and Dubai rank in top 15 of a global financial attractiveness index

The capital got into the top ten of AIRINC’s latest Global 150 Cities Index

Abu Dhabi and Dubai rank in top 15 of a global financial attractiveness index

Abu Dhabi and Dubai have ranked in the top 15 cities in the world for financial attractiveness, according to a new index.

According to AIRINC’s latest Global 150 Cities Index, every GCC member has been ranked in the top 20 in financial attractiveness, with Abu Dhabi in seventh place and Dubai in 12th.

Meanwhile other Middle Eastern cities scored highly too. Bahrain’s capital Manama was named the most financially attractive city in the world, followed by Riyadh in fouth place, Kuwait City in sixth and Muscat 16th on the list.

The index ranks 150 of the top cities around the world, with data collected by AIRINC’s in-house survey team who research the costs and living conditions the cities.

The ranking is based on a combination of local salary levels, tax rates, living cost and living conditions to assess how appealing each location is to live in.

For more information, we’ve got you covered for Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat and Bahrain right here.

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