World cities - London case study
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A centre of the economy
- Service industries account for 60% of total employment (banking, insurance, civil service, transportation, education, food and drink, publishing, retailing, tourism, etc).
- Greater London possesses the country’s greatest concentration of professional, technical, and administrative occupations, as well as the highest average income in Britain.
Centre of production
The Port of London, the major docks of which are located just downstream from London Bridge, provides access to raw materials and markets. London is one of Europe’s largest sea ports and handles virtually every type of commodity and cargo.