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These trillion-dollar cities are the 10 richest places in the world

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New York City, London, and Tokyo are the richest cities in the world.
Private wealth could be a better way to measure the strength of an economy than GDP, according to a new report.
The world's total private wealth amounts to $215 trillion.
Citizens of the world control about $215 trillion in private wealth , according to New World Wealth 's latest report.
In each of the top 10 richest cities, residents have combined wealth of at least $1 trillion, and as much as $3 trillion. Total private wealth includes all assets - property, cash, equities...
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