How sister city partnerships can play a new role in a global economy

27th May 2014 Staff

The concept of twin towns and sister cities was conceived after the Second World War to rebuild diplomatic relationships and reconcile citizens through cultural and educational exchanges. But in the modern era, Jonathan Ballantine reveals how sister city partnerships are being increasingly used to forge strategic trade and economic ties

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