50 Richest Cities by GDP in 2020

Can you name the 50 richest cities in the world in 2020.
Estimations from http://www.citymayors.com/statistics/richest-cities-2020.html
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Last updated: October 27, 2015
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Rank
Est GDP (USD$) In Billions
Country
City
1
1602
Japan
Tokyo
2
1561
USA
New York City
3
886
USA
Los Angeles
4
708
UK
London
5
645
USA
Chicago
6
611
France
Paris
7
608
Mexico
Mexico City
8
440
USA
Philadelphia
9
430
Japan
Osaka
10
426
USA
Washington DC
11
416
Argentina
Buenos Aires
12
413
USA
Boston
13
411
Brazil
Sao Paulo
14
407
China
Hong Kong
15
384
USA
Dallas
16
360
China
Shanghai
17
349
South Korea
Seoul
18
347
USA
Atlanta
19
346
USA
San Francisco
20
339
USA
Houston
21
331
USA
Miami
22
327
Canada
Toronto
23
325
Russia
Moscow
24
300
India
Mumbai
25
299
Spain
Madrid
Rank
Est GDP (USD$) In Billions
Country
City
26
287
USA
Detroit
27
287
Turkey
Istanbul
28
269
USA
Seattle
29
259
China
Beijing
30
257
The Philippines
Manila
31
256
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
32
256
Australia
Sydney
33
253
Indonesia
Jakarta
34
229
India
Delhi
35
228
USA
Phoenix
36
227
China
Guangzhou
37
224
USA
Minneapolis
38
224
India
Kolkata
39
220
USA
San Diego
40
218
Singapore
Singapore
41
212
Egypt
Cairo
42
201
Spain
Barcelona
43
200
Australia
Melbourne
44
190
USA
Denver
45
187
Italy
Rome
46
180
Thailand
Bangkok
47
180
Canada
Montreal
48
174
Italy
Milan
49
172
Iran
Tehran
50
167
Saudi Arabia
Riyadh
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Level 83
Oct 27, 2015
Unfortunately, Houston is going to be hit by a massive hurricane in 2019, and the economy won't have recovered enough by 2020 to make the list.
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Level 59
Aug 29, 2017
Hurricane Harvey!
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Level 83
Oct 27, 2015
Are these cities really "richest?" Closer to biggest... or to be completely accurate... just cities by GDP. I think GDP per capita gives a better indication of "richness" the way most people think of it. I mean... nobody in Rio de Janeiro, Manila, Jakarta, or Kolkata is going to look around and think "wow, this city is really rich!" They only get a high GDP because they are huge and full of millions of (mostly very poor) people.

Also, you should probably edit this and put it into two columns, the 3rd one gets covered up by new and popular quizzes.

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Level 32
Nov 2, 2015
I made 2 new quizzes bases on your comment (cities with highest and lowest GDP per capita) and you were right! Cities like Cairo, Jakarta and Manila all ranked very low on the lists.
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Level 69
Jan 10, 2017
The time is not enough...

OK maybe just I'm typing slowly.

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Level 38
May 6, 2018
Wait how would he know that a hurricane will be happening that will happen in a few years?
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Level 76
Jun 13, 2019
Needs slightly more time. Also, in consistency with other JetPunk quizzes, please accept 'DC' for Washington DC, 'Bombay' for Mumbai, and change 'The Philippines' to 'Philippines'.
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Level 35
Oct 10, 2019
This needs updating, especially for Asian cities. For example Beijing's is now 447bn back in 2018, a climb from 29th position to 8th. Seoul is the world's 4th richest city too, at

786 bn.

https://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201901/24/WS5c4955a3a3106c65c34e64db.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_by_GDP

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Level 26
Mar 12, 2020
Buenos Aires? At 11th? It shouldn't even be on this list! They're completely broke! This quiz was last updated in 2015 and it's trying to predict 2020?! So bad!
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Level 55
Jun 8, 2020
It's a bit controversial to label Hong Kong as located in China
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Level 71
Feb 21, 2022
Shouldn't it be GRDP not GDP? Since we're talking about regional (civic) economies not national ones...