A city rat’s musings in the country: For better or worse, our fates lie in our urban centres

From quintessentially urban Hong Kong, with just under 7,000 people per square mile … Cities have come to dominate our economies. McKinsey & Co. has estimated that 600 urban areas account for 60 per cent of the world’s gross domestic product.
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