The economy of the city of London is one of the largest in the world. The city makes hundreds of billions of pounds each year and makes more money than some European countries such as Switzerland, Sweden, and Austria. The city’s success is down to several things, such as its trade (around 50 million tonnes of cargo are handled by the Port of London each year), tourism, and the fact that many major companies have their headquarters located there.
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