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Over the past decade the world economy has undergone significant changes with an impact not only on national economies but also on the key cities from which that world economy is largely being controlled. In this study, we use Forbes' 'Global 2000' data on the headquarter location and size of the world's leading multinational corporations in order to examine the shifting relative position of leading Asia-Pacific cities as command and control centres in this increasingly important part of thedoi:10.2478/bog-2014-0030 fatcat:obd2rv3rjzechi57xlp4qrhaam