“Dubai Rises to Global Prominence: The Third Most Influential City in the World”

In a remarkable accomplishment, Dubai has surpassed well-known cities like New York, London, Tokyo, Sydney, Johannesburg, Paris, and San Francisco to take third place among the top 10 significant worldwide cities. The UK-based journal The Economist produced the rankings.

The Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of The Executive Council, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, shared this outstanding achievement on Twitter on Friday. He emphasized that this position was made possible in part by Dubai’s success during the previous three years.

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, was credited by Sheikh Hamdan with inspiring leadership for this accomplishment. He also emphasized the lofty goals established by the Dubai Economic Agenda (D33), which were essential in fostering Dubai’s ambition to become one of the most prosperous urban economies in the world.

Sheikh Mohammed’s D33 initiative, which he unveiled in January of this year, aims to double Dubai’s economy over the course of the next ten years and secure Dubai’s place among the top three cities on the planet.

The Dubai Crown Prince expressed his appreciation to all governmental and quasi-governmental organizations as well as business associates. He praised their cooperation and camaraderie, which helped raise Dubai’s standing on the world stage in a variety of industries.

The top ten most well-known cities in the world are as follows:

Rank City Country
1 Miami United States
2 Singapore Singapore
3 Dubai United Arab Emirates
4 New York United States
5 London United Kingdom
6 Tokyo Japan
7 Sydney Australia
8 Johannesburg South Africa
9 Paris France
10 San Francisco United States
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