Jonathan Oosting

London-based foreign direct investment publication fDi Magazine recently ranked Detroit as 10th in its annual list of large cities of the future.

FDi looked only at city stats (not the metro region), which dropped Detroit from the Major Cities category to the Large Cities category, where it managed to outperform the likes of Columbus, Albuquerque and Memphis.

The analysis included 128 North American cities and seven categories: economic potential, human resources, cost effectiveness, quality of life, infrastructure, business friendliness and promotion strategy.

Detroit also ranked third in large city infrastructure and fourth in economic potential.


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