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Improvements in liveability that had taken place in emerging markets' cities in recent years thanks to greater stability as well as better education and healthcare are under serious threat from an increasingly adverse climate, it said.
Improvements in liveability that had taken place in emerging markets' cities in recent years - thanks to greater stability as well as better education and healthcare - 'are under serious threat from an increasingly adverse climate,' she said.
Only ten cities have registered a decline in their liveability ratings over the past six months, largely reflecting an impact on cultural and environmental indicators, the report stated.
It chose 140 cities across regions and ranked them based on its liveability indicators such as social stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructures.
Manila, along with 139 other cities included in the Global Liveability Report 2017, were assessed using over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad categories namely stability; healthcare; culture and environment; education; and infrastructure.
He is confident that liveability and flexible payment options will appeal to today's end users and investors.
The survey that takes into account a list of factors determining the liveability of each city such as threats of terrorism, infrastructure, environment, stability, healthcare and education, named conflict-ridden Damascus, Syria as the top worst city in the world, due to the unrest and insecurity it faces.
Liveability, which operated from the Austin Rawlinson Lifestyle Centre in Speke is due to end in July, after its funding was withdrawn, despite being named Liverpool's 'Best Older Persons Agency 2015'.
The Economist's new liveability report included five Middle Eastern countries in the top 10 most deteriorating liveability scores.
Adjudicator Tim Challens said Aberystwyth picked up the award for its leading work in promoting its location, economy and liveability.
The annual Global Liveability Report, released by the Economist Intelligence Unit, honoured the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary.