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Financial District

A financial district is the central area in some large cities where banks, insurance companies and other large corporations have head offices. Financial districts are often home to skyscrapers.

List of financial districts

Notable financial districts of the world include:

Africa

Mauritius

Morocco

South Africa

Americas

Argentina

Brazil

Canada

Chile

Mexico

Paraguay

Peru

United States

Australia

Asia

Bangladesh

China

India

Israel

Japan

Lebanon

Pakistan

Philippines

Singapore

South Korea

Thailand

Turkey

Europe

Belgium

France

Germany

Greece

Netherlands

Russia

Spain

Switzerland

United Kingdom

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