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- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin. The Economist Intelligence Unit has released its latest Safe Cities Index which ranks 60 cities across 57 indicators covering digital security, health security, infrastructure security and personal security. As it has in previous editions, Tokyo had the highest overall score in this year's index - 92 out of 100. The Japanese capital has a broad array of strengths such as infrastructure designed to withstand catastrophic events, low levels of violent and petty crime as well as a low risk of computer malware. The index notes that Tokyo remains one of the world's best-run cities and that safety has been a long-term and leading priority of its metropolitan government for years. Tout l'article

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