Report: skills and infrastructure key to long-term city success

A study into the economic fortunes of city economies from 1901 to the present day has concluded that cities which invested heavily in infrastructure and skills have flourished more than those that did not.

by Michael Donnelly
Liverpool: city's economic fortunes have slumped since 1901
Liverpool: city's economic fortunes have slumped since 1901

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