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SINGAPORE: Singapore has once again solidified its position as one of the world’s leading cities, securing its spot among the top five in the latest global city comprehensive strength rankings released by the Japanese think tank Mori Memorial Foundation.

The rankings, which assessed 48 cities worldwide based on 70 indicators spanning six key fields, revealed that Singapore remains a powerhouse with an unwavering commitment to excellence. The fields under consideration included the economy, housing, environment, culture and exchanges, and transportation.

In a list that saw no change in the top five cities, Singapore proudly secured the fifth position, following London in the United Kingdom, New York in the United States, Tokyo in Japan, and Paris in France. These cities, according to the think tank, represent the pinnacle of comprehensive strength on a global scale.

Singapore’s robust performance across various domains played a pivotal role in maintaining its distinguished status. Singapore’s economy emerged as a standout, securing the fourth position among all surveyed cities.

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In addition to its economic prowess, Singapore demonstrated strength in the culture and exchanges domain, emphasizing its role as a hub for international interactions. The city-state’s commitment to fostering cultural diversity and promoting global connections contributed significantly to this ranking.

Singapore’s transportation infrastructure also earned accolades, securing a spot in the top ten. The city’s efficient and well-connected transportation networks have undoubtedly played a crucial role in enhancing its comprehensive strength.

The comprehensive assessment conducted by the Mori Memorial Foundation is based on an analysis of indicators reflecting the cities’ economic vitality, living conditions, and environmental sustainability. This evaluation ensures that the rankings provide a holistic understanding of a city’s strengths and areas for improvement.