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JUL 2015

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92 J U LY 2 015 S I T E S E L E C T I O N large population with a burgeoning middle class." "Political and economic stability." "An industrious, well-educated workforce that's the envy of the region." "Willingness to invest in quality infrastructure." Tose are among the attributes identifed by Site Selection's recent Locations of the Future survey respondents when asked why they favored one location over another in the world regions provided. Te survey asked site selectors with expertise in a variety of industries to tell us where they believed new sector clusters would locate fve to 10 years down the road, and why they would likely emerge there. We asked the respondents to identify their top three areas of expertise. Next, we asked the respondents to identify — not rank — the locations within six regions they believed would be home to new clusters in those sectors in the next fve to 10 years, based on their knowledge of the sectors. We also asked them to briefy explain what made the location appealing. b y P A T T Y R A S M U S S E N p a t t y . r a s m u s s e n @ s i t e s e l e c t i o n . c o m F D I O U T L O O K "A

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