By Dexus 22 August 2017

Sydney is now the top performing city in the Southern Hemisphere of the world.

Sydney has grown its business credentials, attracted foreign direct investment and done well in being a city for talent, students and higher education.

Leading global cities expert Prof. Greg Clark's report, Joining the Top Table? Benchmarking Sydney's Performance 2017, places Sydney on the verge of joining top global cities.

See what Sydney does well and what it needs to do to become a leading global city.

Professor Greg Clark
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