Mumbai, 11 July 2012: India's capital New Delhi has topped the list of most competitive cities in the India City Competitiveness Report 2012 released at the India-Singapore Business Forum 2012.
New Delhi is ranked first for the third year in a row with a score of 69.732, followed by Mumbai in the second spot and Chennai third.
The Highlights of the report is as follows
New Delhi made hat rick on India City competitiveness Index 2012 by attaining the highest score again
Mumbai was successful in retaining its number two spot on the index
Chennai jumped to 3rd rank and is back on its India City Competitiveness Index 2010 position
Noida entered the realm of top 10 most competitive India cities and holds the 8th position
Slight shifts were noted in the ranks of Tier 2 and 3 cities
Faridabad with its high growth rate has drastically improved in its rank and holds the 29th spot. Similarly, Guwahati recorded a wide improvement in its position
Cities such as, Gurgaon, Ludhiana, Vijayawada, Asansol were stable at their positions in India City Competitiveness 2012 ranks
50 most prosperous Indian cities were assessed on the India City Competitiveness Index 2012
(Press release: http://competitiveness.in)