Santiago de Chile has emerged because the main good metropolis in Latin America, securing the 91st spot globally within the IESE Cities in Movement Index (ICIM) 2024.
In line with the IESE Middle for Globalization and Technique, this achievement stems from assessing 183 cities throughout 92 nations, specializing in 114 indicators of city progress.
Santiago surpassed Latin American counterparts like Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Mexico Metropolis, and Panama, excelling in governance, mobility, transport, and economics.
Whereas Buenos Aires confirmed power in city planning and human capital, it ranked second amongst cities within the area.
The report underscores the challenges confronted by cities in Latin America, notably the excessive inhabitants density and the influence of worldwide crises and regional conflicts.
Globally, cities like London, New York, and Paris lead, with Western Europe dominating the rankings.
This 12 months’s ICIM version incorporates up to date demographic knowledge and new indicators addressing immediately’s city challenges in economic system and mobility.