Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore – Top Cities in India

According to Brookings Global Monitor:

Economic growth data (real GDP per capita and employment change) for the largest 300 metropolitan economies worldwide for three periods: 2011 to 2012

Delhi did not experience a recession. It is outperforming India on employment change, but is lagging on GDP per capita change. Rank #13

Mumbai did not experience a recession. It is a pocket of growth in India, outperforming the country on recent changes in both employment and GDP per capita while experiencing positive growth on both measures. Rank #31

Kolkata has fully recovered from a minor recession. It is a pocket of growth in India, outperforming the country on recent changes in both employment and GDP per capita while experiencing positive growth on both measures. Rank #24

Chennai has fully recovered from a minor recession. It is outperforming India on GDP per capita change, but is lagging on employment change. Rank #49

Hyderabad did not experience a recession. It is lagging India on both employment and GDP per capita change. Rank #115

Bangalore has fully recovered from a minor recession. It is outperforming India on GDP per capita change, but is lagging on employment change. Rank #139

 

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