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This report examines the intersection of urbanization and the rise of the new creative or middle class in Southeast Asia. In particular, it assesses the connection between the rise of the creative class and urbanization in seven Southeast Asian countries and their major cities. These include Cambodia (Phnom Penh), Indonesia (Jakarta), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), the Philippines (Manila), Singapore, Thailand (Bangkok), and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City). We benchmark the development of these Southeast Asian nations and cities against others in Asia — including China (Beijing and Shanghai), Hong Kong, India (Delhi and Mumbai), Japan (Tokyo), and South Korea (Seoul), as well as other advanced nations like the Australia (Sydney), Canada (Toronto), and United States (New York).
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