Santiago ranks among top ten cities for doing business in Latin AmericaPublished:
May 25, 2010The AméricaEconomía ranking considers a total of 48 cities, with Santiago de Chile in second place.
Santiago has once again been ranked among Latin America's top ten cities for doing business, this time in AméricaEconomía magazine's 2010 Best Cities to Do Business in Latin America Ranking.
This study coincides with the 2010 Urban Investment Attractiveness Index published last week by the Universidad del Rosario's Competitive Strategies Think Tank in Colombia and the Chilean firm Inteligencia de Negocios. The ranking considers 48 cities, with Santiago de Chile coming in second.
According to AméricaEconomía's 2010 ranking, the ten most attractive cities for doing business, from one to ten, are: Miami (United States), Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo (Brazil), Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Panama City, Bogota (Colombia), San Jose (Costa Rica) and Lima.
The study assesses whether cities have improved the quality level of their hotels, luxury office buildings and services. Santiago and the other cities listed fulfill these requirements.Source: Terra