CairoMumbai
Top 65%971 points
Top 65%
Top 74%1,110 points
Top 74%
Population
Number of cities
lowmidhigh
Top 65%
17 cities
13.42 million - 15.33 million
NaN% of all citiesYes
No
population
population density
average temperature
gross domestic product (GDP)
VAT
rainy days
9.1
million
13.92
million
Shanghai
23 million
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Cairo vs Mumbai: 18 facts in comparison

1. average maximum temperature

Can get very hot but good when doing water sports. Source: Wikipedia, 2016; WMO, 2016.
27.8°C
Mecca: 38.1°C
31.7°C
176
0

2. rainy days

Source: Wikipedia, 2016; WMO, 2016.
14.2
大阪市: 1
80.6
165
0

3. number of universities

Universities as centres of higher education and research, are important contribution to city’s development. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
19
Tokyo: 185
13
155
0

4. average temperature

Source: Wikipedia, 2016; WMO, 2016.
21.8°C
Mecca: 31.3°C
26.9°C
154
0

5. population density

Population density shows how cramped or spread out inhabitants are. Cities with high population densities can be considered overpopulated, but the extent to which this is the case depends on factors like quality of housing and infrastructure and access to resources. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
17190 people/km²
Rovaniemi: 8.03 people/km²
20694 people/km²
134
0

6. unemployment rate

Low unemployment rate indicates better career opportunities and economic growth. Source: Wikipedia, 2016; city's official stats, 2016.
12%
порт-Луї: 0%
23%
133
0

7. population

Cities with bigger population usually offer better employment and entertainment opportunities. Big cities attract business, are trade and cultural centres and research hubs. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
9.1 million
Shanghai: 23 million
13.92 million
127
0

8. gross domestic product (GDP)

The level of GDP shows how rich and productive the city is. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
50.06$ billion
New York: 1280$ billion
173.8$ billion
117
0

9. sporting availability (stadiums, arenas, etc.)

With more large sport facilities (20,000 seats +), a city is able to organize more important sporting events. Source: worldstadiums.com, 2016.
3
London: 13
1
109
0

10. Big Mac Index

The Big Mac Index is published by The Economist as an informal way of measuring the purchasing power parity (PPP) between two currencies. The Big Mac PPP exchange rate between two countries is obtained by dividing the price of a Big Mac in one country (in its currency) by the price of a Big Mac in another country (in its currency). Source: Economist, 2016.
2.36$
Calcutta: 1.89$
1.89$
99
0

11. number of billionaires

Number of billionaires can indicate if the city has significant agglomerations of personal wealth. Source: Forbes, 2016.
6
Moscow: 82
23
94
0

12. annual population growth

Population growth is the change in a population over time. The higher the growth the more dynamic society feels. Growth of population can be connected with economic, cultural and social development of the city, which attracts more and more people who want to live in it. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
1.6%
Shanghai: 22.15%
0.47%
92
0

13. average minimum temperature

It can get cold in winter but good for doing winter sports, particularly if there is snow. Source: Wikipedia, 2016; WMO, 2016.
15.8°C
乌兰巴托: -7.01°C
22.1°C
83
0

14. VAT

Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
10%
拿騷: 0%
12.5%
81
0

15. has smoking ban in public places

Source: city's official website, 2016.
Cairo
Mumbai
53% have it
74
0

16. Global Cities Index

The Global Cities Index is unique in that it measures global engagement of cities across five dimensions: business activity, human capital, information exchange, cultural experience and political engagement. Source: ATKearney, 2016.
1.49
New York: 6.35
1.79
67
0

17. is a site of pilgrimage for world religion

Indicates that the city is an important religious centre. Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
Cairo
Mumbai
11% have it
66
0

18. maximum income tax

Source: Wikipedia, 2016.
20%
Нешвілл: 0%
30%
50
0
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