Money These will be the world's biggest cities in 2030

05:20  11 july  2018
05:20  11 july  2018 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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New York City is still in the top 10 ranking, with its nearly 8.5 million people. But in the next three decades, that' s going to change. While population growth in the US and Europe stagnates, the number of people living in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa is going to skyrocket. By 2030 , these will be the

These will be the world ' s biggest cities in 2030 . Urban growth is not unique to Japan. By 2030 , the United Nations predicts that the world will have 43 megacities, defined as metro areas with more than 10 million people.

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With over 37 million residents, Greater Tokyo is the most populous metro area in the world today.

Urban growth is not unique to Japan. By 2030, the United Nations predicts that the world will have 43 megacities, defined as metro areas with more than 10 million people. Most of them will be in developing regions in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.

The UN recently released its annual World Urbanisation Prospects, which estimates which metro areas will have the highest populations by 2030.

Leading up to World Population Day on Tuesday, let's take a look at the top 13:

13. Greater New York, New York — 20 million

a group of people standing in front of a crowd© Provided by Business Insider IncPopulation in 2018: 18.8 million

Note: The NY metro area includes New York City, Long Island, and the Mid and Lower Hudson Valley in New York state; Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, and Edison in New Jersey; and Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, and Danbury in Connecticut.

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12. Karachi, Pakistan — 20.4 million

Population in 2018: 15.4 million

11. Lagos State, Nigeria — 20.6 million

  These will be the world's biggest cities in 2030 © Provided by Business Insider IncPopulation in 2015: 13.5 million

Note: Lagos State includes eight local municipalities.

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New York City is still in the top 10 ranking, with its nearly 8.5 million people. But in the next three decades, that' s going to change. While population growth in the US and Europe stagnates, the number of people living in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa is going to skyrocket. By 2030 , these will be the

10. Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo — 21.9 million

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Note: Kinshasa includes four districts, which are further divide into 24 communes.

9. Greater Sao Paulo, Brazil — 23.8 million

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Note: Greater Sao Paulo includes 39 smaller municipalities.

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8. Greater Mexico City, Mexico — 24.1 million

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Note: Mexico City's metro area includes 76 municipalities.

7. Greater Beijing, China — 24.3 million

Population in 2015: 19.6 million

Note: Greater Beijing includes the Beijing and Tianjin municipalities and Hebei Province.

6. Greater Mumbai, India — 24.6 million

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Note: Greater Mumbai consists of nine local governing bodies and 15 smaller municipal councils.

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New York City is still in the top 10 ranking, with its nearly 8.5 million people. But in the next three decades, that’ s going to change. While population growth in the US and Europe stagnates, the number of people living in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa is going to skyrocket. By 2030 , these will be the

These will be the world ' s 10 biggest cities in 2030 — and none of them are in the US or Europe.

5. Greater Cairo, Egypt — 25.6 million

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Note: Greater Cairo includes the city of Cairo, as well as the surrounding districts of Giza and Qalyubia.

4. Greater Dhaka, Bangladesh — 28.1 million

Population in 2015: 19.6 million

Note: Greater Dhaka includes four districts and 11 smaller sub-units of districts.

3. Shanghai, China — 32.9 million

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2. Greater Tokyo, Japan — 36.6 million

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Note: Greater Tokyo includes 23 smaller districts. The metro area is the only one in the top 13 that the UN predicts will see a decrease in population by 2030.

1. Greater Delhi, India — 39 million

Population in 2015: 28.5 million

Note: Greater Delhi includes satellite cities including Faridabad, Gurgaon, Bahadurgarh, Noida, and Ghaziabad.

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