The eternal rivalry between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo has just gained a new chapter with the release of a new ranking on the 100 best cities in the world to live, work, invest, and visit by Resonance Consultancy.
São Paulo was ranked 33rd in the world, ahead of Rio de Janeiro in 54th place.
London, Paris, and New York lead the ranking.
There was no other Brazilian representative in the top 100.
In Latin America . . .