Cities around the world are undergoing a massive transformation as more people leave traditional lifestyles for more connected lifestyles, including virtual communities.
Some of the cities are experiencing a resurgence in urbanisation as people migrate to cities like London and Tokyo.
The most exciting change is likely to be seen in cities like Dubai and Hong Kong, which are expected to surpass the United States in 2020 as the world’s biggest cities.
A new report from the consultancy McKinsey and Company predicts the US could have the world in 2020’s biggest urbanisation wave.
The firm’s report, titled The World in 2020, said the world will have one of the fastest growing cities in the world, with the biggest population increase in 30 years.
It is forecast that the US will have nearly half the world population by 2040.
New York, London, Seoul and Guangzhou will see the largest growth.
New Zealand is the next largest growth country, according to McKinsey.
There will also be major population growth in the US and Europe.
China is expected to be the world leader, with China’s population expected to jump by 20 million people by 2035, McKinsey said.
The report said there will also also be an influx of migrants, mainly from India, who will be able to come to the US.
McKinsey predicts that India will overtake Europe as the largest source of migrants to the USA.
The global population growth trend is expected not to slow down, with about one in six people aged 15-64 will be living in cities by 2060.
In 2018, McKinseys predicted the world would see the biggest rise in population in 25 years.
The UK is projected to have the biggest growth, with a projected growth rate of 2.2 million.
McKinseys’ global projections show the number of people living in urban areas will be greater than the population of the world at large by the year 2030.
McKinays’ global forecasts show the population will be more than seven times the size of the population living in London by 2030.
The US is expected grow by more than 3 million people, while China will grow by almost 1 million people.
McKinsters forecasts say the number will be at least 6 times the population in China, with India growing by about 200,000 people.
There are many factors behind the rapid growth of the US, which was founded in 1868.
For example, the US has seen its population growth over the last 40 years, and the birth rate is still increasing.
McKinley predicts the number could reach 7 million by 2030, and 8 million by 2045.
“The US population is expected hit a new peak of more than 7 million in 2040,” McKinsey forecasts.
“By 2040, it will be the largest in the history of the planet.
The largest growth is expected in China.”
In 2030, McKinley says the US population will hit a peak of nearly 7 million.
In 2020, the population is projected at about 7.4 million.
The McKinsey Global Institute has projected that India, the world second largest country, will be number two by 2030 and will have more than 11 million people living there by 2036.
India is predicted to overtake the United Kingdom, with Britain set to overtake France in 2028.
In 2020, McKinsters predicts India will have the largest population growth.
According to McKinseys research, China is forecast to surpass France in population by 2030 with China growing by 6 million people in the next 25 years, compared to France’s 3 million.
China’s growing population is not just about its population.
McKinys research says the country will be growing at the same pace as other developed countries.
The McKinsey report says India will surpass the US as the fastest-growing country by 2044.
There will be a global shift towards urbanisation, McKinays predicts.
In 2040 China’s urbanisation rate will be five times higher than the United Nations average.
The rise in urban population will result in a large increase in urban centres with the majority of new urbanisation happening in China and the United Arab Emirates, which have population densities of less than 3,000.
McKinions research says that urban centres will become the second-largest city in the United states by 2042, with London, Los Angeles and Tokyo second.
A major problem for cities in emerging markets is that they have not developed an infrastructure and infrastructure that can support an urban lifestyle, McKinons research says.
More and more people are living in mobile homes and shared homes, but McKinsey warns that these can lead to serious health and social problems.
One of the biggest problems is that people do not have access to clean water.
McKinons warns that people who are poor will face a high risk of diarrhoea, waterborne diseases and infection.
To get a sense of how fast people are moving around the country, McKinys predicts that by 2030 the number in the cities will be nearly 1.3 billion people. Mc